From these honored dead [electronic resource] : historical archaeology of the American Civil War / edited by Clarence R. Geier, Douglas D. Scott, and Lawrence E. Babits
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- Introduction / Clarence R. Geier, Lawrence E. Babits, and Douglas D. Scott -- Part I: The flow of battle and battlefield landscapes -- Civil War archaeology in the Trans-Mississippi west / Douglas D. Scott -- Archaeology of the first battle of Boonville, Missouri, June 17, 1861 / Douglas D. Scott, Steven J. Dasovich, and Thomas D. Thiessen -- Massacre and battle at Centralia, Missouri, September 27, 1864: historical and archaeological perspectives / Thomas D. Thiessen, Steven J. Dasovich, and Douglas D. Scott -- An archaeological study of the battlefield of Palmito Ranch: "the last conflict of the great rebellion" / Charles M. Haecker -- Archaeological survey of two Civil War battlefields in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia / Robert L. Jolley -- "The sensation of this week": archaeology and the Battle of Fort Stevens / John Bedell and Stephen Potter -- South Carolina in the Civil War: a historical-archaeological perspective / Steven D. Smith -- Part II: Military support and the life of the common soldier -- With Sheridan in the Shenandoah Valley: Wesley Merritt at Cedar Creek, October 1864 / Clarence R. Geier and Alyson L. Wood -- Home is where the woods are: an analysis of a Civil War camp complex in Virginia / Matthew Reeves -- The fall 1863 bivouac of the 14th Connecticut Infantry: archaeological investigations of troops on active campaign / Joseph F. Balicki -- Issues of horse and mule logistics in the Civil War / Joseph W. A. Whitehorne -- Part III: Miscellaneous studies: military earthwork construction and the conservation and care of military artifacts -- Archaeology and reconstruction of Fort Putnam, Camp Nelson: a Civil War heritage park in Jessamine County, Kentucky / W. Stephen McBride, Kim A. McBride, and J. David McBride -- The application of magnetic prospecting methods on the 1863 bivouacs of the 2nd Corps, 3rd Division 2nd Brigade / Peter Leach, Kerri Holland, and Joseph F. Balicki -- Confederate river defenses during the American Civil War: a case study from the Hammock Landing Battery on the Apalachicola River, Florida / C. Brian Mabelitini -- The tale of a gun?: ix-inch Dahlgren #FP573: it's not just a cannon, it's a story / Lawrence E. Babits, Christopher F. Amer, Lynn Harris, and Joe Beatty -- Addressing the myths: recent Civil War studies at the Blountville, Tennessee, and Resaca, Georgia Battlefields / Christopher T. Espenshade -- Appendix. METT-T, KOCOA, and the principles of war: a template guiding a better understanding of battlefield behavior and detritus / Lawrence E. Babits.
- This book contains sixteen original essays that highlight the role of historical archaeology in our understanding of the American Civil War.
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- Includes bibliographical references (pages 271-304) and index.
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