The Fall of the House of Dixie

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The Fall of the House of Dixie
Author : Bruce C. Levine
File Size : 46,7 Mb
Publisher : Random House Incorporated
Language : English
Release Date : 18 May 2024
ISBN : 9781400067039
Pages : 481 pages
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A revisionist history of the radical transformation of the American South during the Civil War examines the economic, social and political deconstruction and rebuilding of Southern institutions as experienced by everyday people. By the award-winning author of Confederate Emancipation.

The Fall of the House of Dixie

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