The Resource "Old Slow Town" : Detroit during the Civil War, Paul Taylor
- "Old Slow Town" : Detroit during the Civil War, Paul Taylor
- Title remainder
- Detroit during the Civil War
- Statement of responsibility
- Paul Taylor
- Bibliography note
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 221-238) and index
- "A pleasant Protestant, no smell of Irish about her but respectable German": the ethnic and commercial development of Detroit, 1815-60 -- "Truly an old fashioned 4th of July scene": a city, state, and nation initially united for union -- "Every...day laborer...will find a rival in a Negro": fear and suspicion of "secret societies" and Blacks -- "One of the most melancholy spectacles it was ever our lot to witness": anxiety over the draft and its consequences in Detroit -- "In all the shops...everything has become so expensive": gender issues, labor strife, and economic ills confront wartime Detroit -- "There is no department of our work that has afforded more satisfaction": Detroit responds to its soldiers' needs -- "Our people are now fully warned": the war almost hits home -- "Three cheers for the ladies!": celebration and remembrance
- Control code
- 24 cm.
- x, 248 pages
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