Table of contents for Love amid the turmoil : the Civil War letters of William and Mary Vermilion / edited by Donald C. Elder, III.


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1  "Still I Am Proud of My Gallant Soldier Husband"
2  "You Are in Danger Now, Every Day, I Know" 31
3  "I Want to Know Whether Our Government Is
   Really Worth Dying For" 62
4  "Since I Came Home I Am Entirely
   Satisfied with Iowa" 88
5  "I Knew Somebody Had Lost Friends,
    and I Feared It Was I" 130
6  "I Will Never Forget All the Bitter
    Experiences of the Last Year" 181
7  "I Listen Every Hour to Hear of a Decisive Battle" 228
8  "Our War Can't Last Much Longer
    As It Is Now Carried On" 266
9  "The Days Are Long and Dreary
    till You Come Home" 333

Epilogue 331
Notes 337
Bibliographical Note 369
Index 375





Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Vermilion, William, 1830-1894 Correspondence, United States, Army, Iowa Infantry Regiment, 36th (1862-1865)Vermilion, Mary, 1831-1883 Correspondence, Married people Iowa Correspondence, Soldiers Iowa Correspondence, Iowa History Civil War, 1861-1865 Personal narratives, United States History Civil War, 1861-1865 Personal narratives, Iowa History Civil War, 1861-1865 Social aspects, Indiana History Civil War, 1861-1865 Social aspects, United States History Civil War, 1861-1865 Social aspects