Free but not equal : the Midwest and the Negro during the Civil War / V. Jacque Voegeli.


Chicago : University of Chicago Press [1967] .
ISBN 0226859266, 9780226859255, 9780226859262, 0226859258

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Other Title Midwest and the Negro during the Civil War
Subjects African Americans -- Middle West.
African Americans.
États-Unis -- 1861-1865 (Guerre de Sécession)
Middle West.
Mittlerer Westen.
Schwarze.
Sezessionskrieg (1861-1865)
Description vii, 215 pages ; 22 cm
Copyright Date [1967]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Summary "Mr. Voegeli's ... study is the first comprehensive analysis of midwestern attitudes toward the Negro during the Civil War. It shows how racialism generated opposition to emancipation and the war, helped to delay enlistment of Negro soldiers, provided the Democratic party with a continuing source of strength, and strongly influenced the policies of Congress and even President Lincoln"--Jacket.
Contents Background for conflict -- Emancipation, race, and politics -- Toward a solution -- The elections of 1862 -- The crusade proclaimed -- A solution -- The turning point -- Victory of a limited crusade -- The equalitarian paradox.
Geographic Area Middle West
Network Numbers (OCoLC)178810
(OCoLC)ocm00178810
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Voegeli, V. Jacque.
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