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Confederate War (1641–53)

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“A Woman's War: Southern Women, Civil War, and the Confederate Legacy.” Museum of the Confederacy, 1201 East Clay St., Richmond, VA 23219

Why Confederates Fought: Family & Nation in Civil War Virginia. By Aaron Sheehan-Dean (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2007. 291 pp.)

 

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(1641–53),

also known as the Irish Civil War, the War of the Confederation, and the Eleven Years War. Developing out of the rising of 1641, it was part of the ...

Subjects: European History.


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