2-12 HIST 3013: Civil War Reconstruction
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Angie Bell on Friday February 13, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to HIST 3013: Civil War Reconstruction at Ohio State University taught by Joan Cashin in Winter2015. Since its upload, it has received 109 views. For similar materials see Civil War and Reconstruction in History at Ohio State University.
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Date Created: 02/13/15
The Southern Home Front espionage very prevalent civilians would tell of the armies ahead including sizes and commanders sometimes the civilians would intentionally lie and give misinformation to trick the other side court marshals are reserved primarily for soldiers and not civilians sometimes civilians were court marshaled for helping the other side Sam Watkins wrote a Confederate memoir he knew that many men who were pro Confederate were drafted to the Union army because of where they lived in Union territory he wrote of when he saw two young boys spying for the Union who were instantly executed many civilians were taken as hostages Franz Lieber previously southern slave owning man moved to the north and became proUnion makes a Lieber Code about hostage treatment in the Union deep class divisions in the south yeoman farmers planters and coffmen people who were starving would brea into food storage places for the Confederate armies and grocery stores food riots in Richmond Savannah and many other places Nelson Tift was approached for free access to use bridges because it would help the war effort but he wouldn t stop charging tolls provost marshall rank of captain similar to a sheriff bring back men who didn t volunteer for service large refugee populations grow in Confederate cities Reverend George Junkin father of George Wallace believed that secession was ungodly so he moved from the south to Pennsylvania James Andrews Virginia native born in 1829 moved to Kentucky as a young man had several jobs was prounion when the war broke out but didn t join the army started a smuggling business of getting medicine to the Confederacy
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