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Jersey Blue: Civil War Politics in New Jersey, 1854–1865

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This political history of New Jersey during the Civil War and the years immediately before and after invites us to rethink New Jersey's role and in particular its relationship to the border states. William Gillette argues that there is little evidence supporting the idea that New Jersey's residents were pro-southern before the war, or even antiwar during it, although ...more
Hardcover, 389 pages
Published December 1st 1994 by Rutgers University Press
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