Terrain of Freedom: American Art and the Civil War
Vol. 27, no. 1
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Table of Contents:
Introduction Andrew Walker, Clare Kunny The Civil War and the Story of American Freedom Eric Foner Molding Emancipation: John Quincy Adams Ward’s The Freedman and the Meaning of the Civil War Kirk Savage Albert Bierstadt, Landscape Aesthetics, and the Meanings of the West in the Civil War Era Angela Miller The History in the Art: Painting the Civil War Steven Conn, Andrew Walker Race Identity/Identifying Race: Robert S. Duncanson and Nineteenth-Century American Painting Margaret Rose Vendryes Notes
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