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Buying and Selling Civil War Memory in Gilded Age America

Buying and Selling Civil War Memory in Gilded Age America /
Athens : University of Georgia Press, 2021.
Baltimore, Md. : Project MUSE, 2022
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Coming to tell the tale : imagining the war
Marketing the dead : the Civil War in 3-D and 2-D
Big ideas in a little box : nation building in Milton Bradley's myriopticon / Margaret Fairgrieve Milanick
"A victorious Union" : Oliver Optic sells the Civil War to northern youths, 1863-1898 / Paul Ringel
Vigorous men with something to say : Civil War lecturers in Gilded Age America / James Marten
A new and unique show : the rise and fall of Civil War cycloramas / Caroline E. Janney.
Attention company : marketing and advertising
"American originals" : the Monitor and the Merrimack as marketing machines / Anna Gibson Holloway and Jonathan W. White
"Let us have peace" : commercial representations of reunion and reconciliation after the U.S. Civil War / Amanda Brickell Bellows
Marketing the "great hero" : Duke Cigarette's short histories of Civil War generals' lives / Natalie Sweet
"The national debt may be a national blessing" : debt as an instrument of character in the Civil War era / David K. Thomson
All true soldiers : defining veteranhood
A simple business speculation : the selling of a Civil War prison / John Neff
Buying and selling health and manhood : Civil War veterans and opiate addiction "cures" / Johathan S. Jones
Premium veteranhood : Union veterans and manhood in post-Civil War America, 1879-1900 / Kevin R. Caprice
"Let every comrade lend us a hand" : George E. Lemon and the National Tribune / Crompton R. Burton
Outfitting the Lost Cause : the re-creation of southern identity through Confederate veterans' uniforms, 1865 to the 1920s
"A book that we want to hand down to posterity" : social memory by subscription in the Military Annals of Tennessee / Edward John Harcourt

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