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Re: Studying Civil War Trauma through the 5th New Hampshire Volunteer Infantry

Dear All,

Thanks for this great post, Hugh! As I read through it I found myself thinking about how you might organize your study. It would be tempting to do it thematically, given your many interests, although chronology is clearly key to the evolution of the unit. I'm sure managing the options will be a bit of a head scratcher as you eventually transition from research to writing.

Studying Civil War Trauma through the 5th New Hampshire Volunteer Infantry

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In this post for the H-CivWar Author's Blog, Hugh Dubrulle introduces his research on the 5th New Hampshire Volunteer Infantry and how individual soldiers in the regiment, along with the unit as a whole, dealt with trauma during the Civil War.

 

Author Interview--Michael E. Woods (Arguing until Doomsday) Part 1

Hello H-CivWar Readers:

Today we feature Michael E. Woods to talk about his new book Arguing until Doomsday: Stephen Douglas, Jefferson Davis, and the Struggle for American Democracy, which came out in April 2020 with the University of North Carolina Press. This was a joint interview conducted by Patrick J. Kelly and Niels Eichhorn.