Special issue of Pennsylvania Heritage, Pennsylvania Legacies, and Western Pennsylvania History on the Civil War in Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania Heritage, Pennsylvania Legacies, and Western Pennsylvania History have joined together to publish a special issue on the Civil War in Pennsylvania, part of the Pennsylvania's Civil War 150 commemoration. This issue, out just before the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg, focuses on Pennsylvania's roll in the conflict, both on the battlefield and on the home front. The articles included are:
John David Hoptak, "The Union's Forgotten First Defenders"
Judith Giesberg, "Waging War Their Own Way: Women and the Civil War in Pennsylvania"
Barbara J. Mitnik, "The Union League of Philadelphia and the Civil War"
Tom Powers and James Wudarczyk, "Behind the Scenes of the Allegheny Arsenal Explosion"
Richard S. Newman, "All's Fair: Philadelphia and the Sanitary Fair Movement during the Civil War"
Matt Masich, "The 'War History' of Corporal Funk"
Single copies of the issue can be purchased by contacting any of the publications. Pennsylvania Legacies can also be viewed online on JSTOR.
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