Maryland Voices of the Civil War
The Civil War deeply divided families, friends, and communities. Each side fought to define the conflict by its own political objectives, but the war had profound effects in the border slave states that remained loyal to the Union. Letters,diaries and newspaper articles from the period illuminate the internal disputes, shifting allegiances, apprehension, and violence injected into the everyday lives of Maryland citizens.
2007, Charles W. Mitchell, ed. 568 pp. Hardbound