Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Heather Lehr Wagner.|
|Series||Milestones in American history|
|LC Classifications||E468.9 .W25 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008024153|
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The Scribners History of the Civil War () This history of the outbreak of the Civil War is unique in presenting it from the perspective of Lincoln's personal secretary. The man was a participant, and on the legal aspects gives some very clear headed arguments/5(3). Dread Nation is a book that's been in the back of my mind and I am really glad I read it, especially because there's another book coming out. Dread Nation is about a young woman named Jane about 15+ years after the Civil War. The twist is, the Civil War ended in this world because all the dead rose up and became "shamblers" or basically,/5. Stowe was an abolitionist who wrote this book to show the evils of slavery. The book became a best-seller and had a huge impact on the way that Northerners viewed slavery. It helped further the cause of abolition, and even Abraham Lincoln recognized that this book's publication was one of the events that led to the outbreak of the Civil War. Outbreak of the Civil War () Even as Lincoln took office in March , Confederate forces threatened the federal-held Fort Sumter in Charleston, South Carolina. On Ap after Lincoln ordered a fleet to resupply Sumter, Confederate artillery fired the first shots of .
The Outbreak of the English Civil War. The Outbreak of the English Civil War. Excerpt. The seventh of November was the fifth day of a new parliament, the second to be held that year, a parliament which, though no one would have believed it if they had been told, was to sit for more than 12 years. For nearly four years, the conflict that divided the United States into North and South would engulf more than 3 million Americans and claim , lives. The war marked a defining point in American history, and its effects are still felt today. ""The Outbreak of the Civil War"" examines the factors that led the nation to war.4/5(1). Beginning in and continuing until , the United States engaged in a brutal Civil War that claimed the lives of over , soldiers. By , the conflict had become not only a war to save the Union, but also a war to end slavery in the United States. Only after four years of fighting did the North prevail. Summary Outbreak of the Civil War Grant carefully followed the deepening rift slavery caused in the United States over the s. His friends remember often finding him in his office or his store lost in thought with a newspaper in his hand.