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The American conflict : a history of the Great Rebellion in the United States of America, 1860-64: its causes, incidents, and results: intended to exhibit especially its moral and political phases, with the drift and progress of American opinion respecting human slavery from 1776 to the close of the war for the Union

Author: Horace Greeley
Publisher: Hartford : O.D. Case and Co., 1864, 1866.
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Genre/Form: History
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Greeley, Horace, 1811-1872.
American conflict.
Hartford : O.D. Case and Company, 1864,1866
(OCoLC)756458023
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Horace Greeley
OCLC Number: 15994764
Description: 2 volumes : illustrations ; 27 cm
Contents: Vol. I: 1860-1862 --
Vol. II: 1862-1865 (from spine). Vol. I: Our country in 1782 and 1860 --
Slavery in America, prior to 1776 --
Slavery in the American Revolution --
Slavery under the Confederation --
The Convention of 1787 and the Federal Constitution --
Slavery after 1787 --
Missouri: the struggle for restriction --
State rights: Resolutions of '98 --
Abolition: its rise and progress --
The churches on Slv'y and abolition --
The pro-slavery reaction: riots --
Texas and her annexation to the U.S. --
The mission of Samuel Hoar to S.C. --
War with Mexico: Wilmot Proviso --
The struggle for Compromise in 1850 --
The era of slave-hunting, 1850-60 --
The Nebraska-Kansas struggle --
Case of Dred Scott in Supreme Court --
Our foreign policy: Monroe, Cuba --
John Brown and his raid --
The presidential canvass of 1860 --
Secession inaugurated in S.C. --
The press and people of the North deprecate Civil War --
Attempts at 'conciliation' in Congress --
Peace democracy at the North, and the Peace Conference at Washington --
The Union versus the Confederacy --
The pause before the shock --
Siege and reduction of Ft. Sumter --
The nation called to arms, and responds --
Secession resumes its march --
The opposing forces in conflict --
West Virginia clings to the Union --
The war in Old Virginia --
First session of the 37th Congress --
Rebellion and war in Missouri --
War on the seaboard and the ocean --
Kentucky adheres to the Union --
The Potomac: Ball's BLuff. Vol. II: Texas and New Mexico in 1862 --
Missouri and Arkansas in 1862 --
Kentucky, Tennessee, and Alabama in 1862--Forts Henry and Donelson--Pittsburg Landing --
Burnside's expedition to N. Carolina --
Butler's expedition to the Gulf: capture of New Orleans --
Virginia in '62: McClellan's advance --
McClellan before Richmond --
Gen. Pope's Virginia Campaign --
Lee's invasion of Maryland in 1862 --
Tenn., KY, MS: Bragg's invasion, Corinth --
Slavery in the war: emancipation --
Slavery and emancipation in Congress --
Rosencrans's winter campaign, 1862-3 --Siege and capture of Vicksburg --
Texas and OA in 1863: capture of Port Hudson --
Army of the Potomac under Burnside and Hooker: Fredericksburg to Chancellorsville --
Lee's army on free soil: Gettysburg --
The Chattanooga Campaign --
The war in MO and AR in 1863 --
The Carolinas, Georgia, and Florida in 1862-63 to the siege of Charleston --
The political history of 1863 --
Negro soldiery --
The war along the coast in 1864 --
The war beyond the Mississippi in 1864 --
Gen. Grant's advance on Richmond --
WV and North of the Rapidan in 1864 --
Btw VA and the MS, 1863-4 --
Sherman's Atlanta Campaign --
The war on the ocean: Mobile Bay --
Political mutations and results: Presidential Canvass of 1864 --
Hood's TN Campaign --
Sherman's Great March --
The repossession of Alabama --
Fall of Richmond, end of the War --
Death of President Lincoln: Peace.
Responsibility: by Horace Greeley.

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