Rutgers Launches New Digital Project on NJ and the Civil War

From H-NJ:

The Special Collections and University Archives at the Rutgers University Libraries announced last week that it has launched a new digital exhibition, Struggle Without End: New Jersey and the Civil War.  The project explores the political and social context of the Civil War in New Jersey through a variety of primary documents and images.  The exhibit is online at  Explore the catalogue online at

Struggle WIthout End was curated by  Fernanda Perrone and was supported by the New Jersey Council for the Humanities.

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