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Buying and selling Civil War memory in Gilded Age America

Author: James Alan Marten; Caroline E Janney
Publisher: Athens The University of Georgia Press [2021] © 2021
Series: UnCivil wars
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Buying and Selling the Civil War is a collection of original essays about the marketing and selling of Civil War memory during the postwar economic boom known as the "Gilded Age." The editors, Marten and Janney, both renowned scholars for their studies of the Civil War, provide a new framework for examining the intersections of material culture, consumerism, and contested memory. Each essay offers a case study of a  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James Alan Marten; Caroline E Janney
ISBN: 9780820359656 0820359653 9780820359663 0820359661
OCLC Number: 1231547077
Accession No: (DE-627)1744463514 (DE-599)KXP1744463514 (OCoLC)1231547077
Description: 274 Seiten Illustrationen 23 cm
Series Title: UnCivil wars
Other Titles: Buying & selling Civil War memory in Gilded Age America
Responsibility: edited by James Marten and Caroline E. Janney.

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What can consumerism and material culture teach us about how ordinary Americans remembered their Civil War? This book explores ways in which Americans remembered the war in their everyday lives. Each  Read more...

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