7 edition of New perspectives on the Civil War found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by John Y. Simon & Michael E. Stevens.|
|Contributions||Simon, John Y., Stevens, Michael E.|
|LC Classifications||E468.9 .N48 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 179 p. :|
|Number of Pages||179|
|LC Control Number||98018909|
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Edited by Gary Gallagher and Elizabeth Varon, two of the most prominent nineteenth-century American historians in the nation, New Perspectives on the Union War provides a more nuanced understanding of what “Union” meant in the Civil War North by exploring how various groups of northerners conceived of the term.
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The War Within: New Perspectives on the Civil War in Mozambique, Eric Morier-Genoud the authors uncover alternative dimensions of the civil war. The book thus enables a deeper understanding of the conflict and its actors as well as offering an explanatory framework for understanding peacemaking, the nature of contemporary politics.
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Differentiating itself a bit from the UT Press's venerable and military focused Voices of the Civil War, it's "dedicated to the publication of primary sources of the Civil War era from a wide diversity of perspectives—respecting the soldier’s.
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The author of the Pulitzer Prize-winning Battle Cry of Freedom and the New York Times bestsellers Crossroads of Freedom and Tried by War, among many other award-winning books, James M. New perspectives on the Civil War book McPherson is America's preeminent Civil War historian. In this collection of provocative and illuminating essays, McPherson offers fresh insight into many of the enduring questions about one of 4/5(6).
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The essays in this volume demonstrate that while there was a broad consensus. With My Face to the Enemy is a provocative and wide-ranging anthology of essays on the Civil War-our nation's defining struggle and the first modern war in history.
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As the American Civil War recedes into the past, popular fascination continues to rise. Once a matter that chiefly concerned veterans, separately organized North and South, who gathered to refight old battles and to memorialize the heroes and victims of war, the Civil.
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