Years of turmoil : Civil War and Reconstruction : interpretive articles and documentary sources / edited by John Niven.


Reading, Massachusetts ; Menlo Park, California ; London ; Don Mills, Ontario : Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, [1969] .

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Other Authors Niven, John,
Subjects Reconstruction (U.S. history, 1865-1877)
United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Sources.
United States.
Series American history in focus series.
Description 241 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 22 cm.
Copyright Date [1969]
©1969.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents General Introduction -- Part 1-Escalation -- Introduction -- Interpretation/David Potter, Preface to Lincoln and His Party in Secession Crisis -- 1.1-A Prophecy/John Murray Forbes, letter to J. Hamilton Cowper -- 1.2-Cabinet Consensus/Abraham Lincoln, Memorandum on Fort Sumter -- 1.3-Washingto on the Eve/William H. Russell, My Diary North and South -- 1.4-Pickens Versus Sumter/Excerpts from Diary of Gideon Welles -- 1.5-Washington, Sumter, Charleston, and Montgomery/Dialogue during the Sumter Crisis -- 1.6-War Fever South/William H. Russell, My Diary North and South -- 1.7-Last Attempt/Abraham Lincoln, Reply to a Committee of the Virginia Convention -- 1.8-The Provisional Confederacy/William H. Russell, My Diary North and South -- 1.9-War Fever North/William H. Russell, My Diary North and South.
Part 2: Organization -- Introduction -- Interpretation: Trial by Battle/Thomas C. Cochran and William Miller/ The Age of Enterprise -- 2.1-Speculation/Jeremiah Best, Wall Street in War Time -- 2.2-Confederatre Munitions Maker/Joseph Gorge, -- Notes on the Ordnance Department of the Confederate Government -- 2.4-Organization in Iron and Steel/Andrew Carnegie, Autobiography -- 2.5-The Erie Prince/ Willoughby Jones, James Fisk, Jr., The Life of a Green Mountain Boy -- 2.5-Labor in Wartime/George McNeill, The Labor Movement: The Problem today -- 2.6-Postwar Labor Movement/Samuel Gompers, Seventy Years of Life and Labor.
Part 3: Politics, Racism, and Reconstruction -- A. Lincoln and His Critics -- Introduction -- Interpretations/Thomas Pressley, Racial Attitudes, Scholarship, and Reconstruction: A Review -- 3.1-A Prayer and an Answer -- 3.3-Ours is a Case of Rellion.
Part B: Congressional Reconstruction: Design by Committee -- Introduction -- B.1-The Freedmen Speak/A Conversation between Edwin M. Stanton, Lincoln's Secretary of War and a Group of Negro Ministers -- B.2-The President a Nullity/John Bigelow, Retrospections of an Active Life -- B.3-Land Reform in the South?/Thaddeus Stevens, Speech of March 19, 1867 -- B.4-Freedom and Civil rights/The 13th, 14th and 15th Amendments -- B.5-ImpeachmentJohn Bigelow, Retrospection of an Active Life -- B.6-Poor Whites, Poor Blacks/John W . DeForest, Drawing Bureau Rations and the Man and Brother -- B.7-Justic Recognizes No Color/Speeches of William H. Gray at the Arkansas Constitutional Convention, January-February, 1868 -- Some Accomplishments, Some Failures/George F. Hoard, Autobiography of Seventy Years.
Genre History.
Sources.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)74906
(OCoLC)ocm00074906
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat

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