Objects & Places from For Cause and Comrades: Why Men Fought in the Civil War

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Letters

These materials are the primary source for McPherson's information in the book.

The Civil War

This historical event began over the desire to keep the country united.

The United States

This is where the historical event described in McPherson's book took place.

The South

This location was made up of slave-holding states.

The North

This location was made up of non-slave states.

The Union Army

This was the invading force during the historical event described in the book.

The Confederate Army

This was the defending force during the historical event described in the book.

Christianity

Nearly all the soldiers that served as the focus for McPherson's book were dedicated members of this organization.

Slavery

This practice was one of the factors behind the historical event that is the focus of McPherson's book.

Liberty

Both sides of the historical conflict described in this book saw themselves as defenders...

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