In one sense crowds and soldiers in revolutionary north carolina asks questions that scholars of violence have been asking for some time charles roysters a revolutionary people at war 1979 and jill lepores the name of war 1998 to name a few on the military side have plumbed the character of armies the interpretations placed on . Lees impressive case study of violence in north carolina is a highly valuable addition to the growing bodies of work on crowd behavior civil military relations the performative nature of public culture during the colonial and revolutionary eras and the southern phase of the war for independence. Stanford libraries official online search tool for books media journals databases government documents and more. Crowds and soldiers in revolutionary north carolina the culture of violence in riot and war southern dissent jan 02 2021 posted by richard scarry media publishing text id b1081031e online pdf ebook epub library format book and print publication info gainesville university press of florida c2001 description xv 380 pages illustrations maps 24 cm subjects violence north carolina. Start your review of crowds and soldiers in revolutionary north carolina the culture of violence in riot and war write a review oct 12 2009 kenneth rated it it was amazing
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