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American History Told by Contemporaries: Welding of the Nation 1845 - 1900

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The ground covered by this volume includes many stirring events. It begins with the Mexican War and the consequent renewal of the slavery contest, and it leads through the exciting "Fifties." Then comes the Civil War which is treated in detail; on the causes, conditions, and progress of that titanic struggle, the participants, both civil and military, speak with directness ...more
Paperback, 692 pages
Published July 1st 2002 by University Press of the Pacific
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Professor of History, Harvard University, 1883-1926.
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