Table of Contents for Fall of the House of Dixie : The Civil War and the Social Revolution That Transformed the South


Maps
xiii
Introduction xvii
Chapter 1 The House of Dixie
3(25)
Chapter 2 Securing the Mansion: The Slaveholder Revolt and Its Origins
28(32)
Chapter 3 Early Portents: The First Phases of War
60(47)
Chapter 4 Recognizing the "Logic of Events": Union War Policy Evolves, 1861-63
107(34)
Chapter 5 "The Clouds Are Dark over Us": The Convulsions of 1863
141(30)
Chapter 6 Bound for "A Land They Knew Not": After Slavery, What?
171(22)
Chapter 7 Cracks in the Walls Widen
193(25)
Chapter 8 A Ray of Light Shines Briefly through the Rafters
218(26)
Chapter 9 Feeling the Timbers Shudder
244(25)
Chapter 10 And the Walls Gave Way: Richmond, Appomattox, and After
269(15)
Conclusion: "We Should Rejoice" 284(17)
Acknowledgments 301(4)
Notes 305(72)
Works Cited 377(40)
Index 417