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U.S. Civil War and Reconstruction: a Research Guide

Find books, journal articles, primary documents, and Web sites about the U.S. Civil War

Bibliography mining & citation searching

Following the sources cited in a book or article that you're reading for your research is a way to find other relevant sources. Does our library have the following items?

To find more recently published work, use Google Scholar to find out what publications cited a book or article.

For example, this book is cited by 28 sources in Google Scholar: 
Wells, Cheryl A. Civil War Time: Temporality & Identity in America, 1861-1865. University of Georgia Press, 2005.

Chicago Style

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