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The first book-length treatment of peace sentiment in Civil War Pennsylvania. It uses contemporary newspapers and pamphlets, legislative documents, prison records, manuscript collections, and provost marshal records to demonstrate that the copperhead movement was as active in Pennsylvania as in Ohio, Illinois, or New York.
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Issue Pennsylvania History vol. 49, no. 1, January Section Book Reviews Author: Philip L. Avillo. The Pennsylvania antiwar movement, [Arnold M Shankman] The first book-length treatment of peace sentiment in Civil War Pennsylvania.
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Shankman PDF Thomas J. Schlereth.  Arnold M. Shankman. The Pennsylvania Antiwar Movement,  Nicholas B. Wainright. eds. A Philadelphia perspective: the diary of Sidney George Fisher covering the years, Philadelphia: Historical Society of Pennsylvania, The Pennsylvania Antiwar Movement, Fairleigh Dickinson University Press.
Jean R. Soderlund. William Penn and the Founding of Pennsylvania: A Documentary History. University of Pennsylvania Press. Bonnie Stepenoff. Their Fathers' Daughters: Silk Mill Workers in Northeastern Pennsylvania, The classic work on Pennsylvania is Arnold Shankman, The Pennsylvania Antiwar Movement, (Rutherford, N.J.: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, ).
 One modern biography is Thomas S. Mach’s “Gentleman George” Hunt Pendleton: Party Politics and Ideological Identity in Nineteenth-Century America (Kent, Ohio: Kent State. Other important works that advance this t hesis include Arnold M. Shankman, The Pennsylvania Antiwar Movement, (Rutherford: Farleigh Dickinson University Press, ); James M.
McPherson, Battle Cry of Freedom: The Civil War Era (New York: Oxford University Press, ); Robert M. Sandow Deserter Country: Civil War Opposition in the.
Accordingly, I began an investigation into anti-war sentiment in Greene County and to find clues to measure the extent of disloyalty expressed by Greene County residents during the Civil War.
A Pennsylvania historian named Arnold Shank, in a book entitled The Pennsylvania Anti-war Movement,provided a good starting point for. The primary starting point to understand Democratic dissent in the state is Arnold M. Shankman, The Pennsylvania Antiwar Movement, ().
Scholarly interest in Copperheadism and the antiwar movement was spurred by two primary causes: the publication of Frank Klement's The Copperheads in the Middle West and the Vietnam War.
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It uses contemporary newspapers and pamphlets, legislative documents, prison records. Confederate soldier George Washington Miley spent the first months of exchanging letters with his future wife, Tirzah Amelia Baker.
Confined to the south bank of Virginia’s Rapidan River and facing Union soldiers across the water, Miley lamented his continued presence in the army and his absence from loved ones, especially during the just-passed Christmas season.
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This work is a study of war opposition, an “inner civil war,” in the Pennsylvania Appalachians. It pursues the basic question why some rural northerners opposed the Civil War even to the point of violence. in its conception, it combines a regional study of the northern mountains with an examination into the causes and meaning of wartime protest.
July 1st to July 3rd in ; where the fighting happened in Gettysburg, the Confederates pushed the Union soldiers through the town. and the Union army ended up on the second and third days being on the high ground; extremely one-sided victory for the Union army; the battle of Gettysburg was the high tide of the Confederacy both in where they made it North and in their realistic chance of.
On paper, the Union outweighed the Confederacy in almost every way. Nearly 21 million people lived in 23 Northern states. The South claimed just 9 million people — including million slaves — in 11 confederate states.
Despite the North's greater population, however, the South had an army almost equal in size during the first year of the war.
During the American Civil War (–), the Copperheads nominally favored the Union and strongly opposed the war, for which they blamed abolitionists and they demanded immediate peace and resisted draft wanted President Abraham Lincoln and the Republicans ousted from power, seeing the President as a tyrant destroying American republican values with despotic and arbitrary gy: Anti-abolitionism, Anti-Civil War, Jacksonianism.
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