Civil War History: A Journal of the Middle Period

by Brett Schulte on March 25, 2009 · 0 comments

Civil War History: A Journal of the Middle Period

Civil War History: A Journal of the Middle Period

Magazine Name: Civil War History: A Journal of the Middle Period

Publisher:The Kent State University Press

Web Site: http://upress.kent.edu/journals/index.htm

Description (from the web site): Civil War History is in its sixth decade as the leading scholarly journal of “the middle period”—covering not only the War Between the States but the events leading up to it and the results flowing from it. Its topics include slavery and abolition, antebellum and Reconstruction politics, diplomacy, social and cultural developments in mid–nineteenth century America, and military history.

In addition to the major articles in each issue, comprehensive book reviews assist the scholar in keeping abreast of current literature in the field.

As the outstanding forum for studies in this pivotal period in American history, Civil War History belongs in every major library collection, including those for students, historians, buffs, and the interested general reader.

Note: This is an ongoing project. All of the issues listed below have been completed. If you would like to help to complete this project, even if it is only one issue of one magazine, please use the Contact Us form in the menu at the top of this screen.

Civil War History Back Issues


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