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100 1 _aNoe, Kenneth W.,
_d1957-
245 1 0 _aReluctant rebels :
_bthe Confederates who joined the Army after 1861 /
_cKenneth W. Noe.
264 1 _aChapel Hill :
_bThe University of North Carolina Press,
_c[2010]
264 4 _c©2010.
300 _axiv, 317 pages :
_billustrations ;
_c25 cm.
336 _atext
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337 _aunmediated
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338 _avolume
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380 _aBibliography
490 1 _aCivil War America
520 8 _a"Places the stories of individual soldiers in the larger context of the Confederate war effort and follows them from the initial optimism of enlistment through the weariness of battle and defeat"--Jacket.
504 _aIncludes bibliographical references (pages 289-304) and index.
505 0 _aIntroduction: What they did not fight for -- part 1. "When our rights were threatened" -- Duty, honor, country : "Patriotism is a fine word for historians" -- Slavery : "The principle cause of the war" -- pt. 2. "Fighting for the property we gained by honest toil" -- Women : "Do the best you can" -- Hatred : "Vandal hordes" -- Pay : "Fighting for money instead of their country" -- pt. 3. "We are a band of brothers and native to the soil" -- Religion : "Let us meet in heaven" -- Comrades : "All my neighbor boys" -- Weariness : "We have suffered enough" -- Battle : "The elephant" -- Appendix.
520 _aKenneth Noe examines the motives and subsequent performance of "later enlisters." He offers a nuanced view of men who have often been cast as less patriotic and less committed to the cause, rekindling the debate over who these later enlistees were, why they joined, and why they stayed and fought. --from publisher description.
610 1 0 _aConfederate States of America.
_bArmy
_xMilitary life.
610 1 0 _aConfederate States of America.
_bArmy
_xRecruiting, enlistment, etc.
650 0 _aSoldiers
_zConfederate States of America
_xHistory.
650 0 _aSoldiers
_zConfederate States of America
_xSocial conditions.
651 0 _aConfederate States of America
_xSocial conditions.
651 0 _aUnited States
_xHistory
_yCivil War, 1861-1865
_xSocial aspects.
830 0 _aCivil War America (Series)
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