Conflicting worlds: new dimensions of the American Civil War.
Electronic reproduction. Palo Alto, Calif. : ebrary, 2013. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ebrary affiliated libraries.
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Introduction: Lee's fighting Carolinian Young Pender (1834-54) First blood (1854-58) "Unexplored country" (1858-61) A "lion" roars (March-June 1861) "My dancing days are over" (July 1861-February 1862) A presidential salute (February-June 1862) "Mrs. W. D. Pender's husband" (June-July 1862) "I know you will hate to hear this" (July-September 1862) "Drive those scoundrels out" (September-December 1862) "You must hold your ground, sir!" (January-May 1863) "I am tired of invasions" (May-July 1863) Epilogue: A "good fight" finished and remembered.
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Print version: Wills, Brian Steel. Confederate General William Dorsey Pender : the hope of glory. Baton Rouge : Louisiana State University Press,  xiii, 304 pages Conflicting worlds: new dimensions of the American Civil War