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James M McPherson
|Description:||ix, 474 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm|
|Contents:||Preface to the 1995 Edition Ch. IThe Election of 1860 Ch. IISecession and the Coming of War Ch. IIIThe Emancipation Issue: 1861 Ch. IVEmancipation and Public Opinion: 1861-1862 Ch. VThe Emancipation Proclamation and the Thirteenth Amendment Ch. VIThe Negro: Innately Inferior or Equal? Ch. VIIFreedmen's Education: 1861-1865 Ch. VIIIThe Creation of the Freedmen's Bureau Ch. IXMen of Color, to Arms! Ch. XThe Quest for Equal Rights in the North Ch. XIThe Ballot and Land for the Freedmen: 1861-1865 Ch. XIIThe Reelection of Lincoln Ch. XIIISchism in the Ranks: 1864-1865 Ch. XIVAndrew Johnson and Reconstruction: 1865 Ch. XVThe Fourteenth Amendment and the Election of 1866 Ch. XVIMilitary Reconstruction and Impeachment Ch. XVIIEducation and Confiscation: 1865-1870 Ch. XVIIIThe Climax of the Crusade: the Fifteenth Amendment Bibliographical Essay Index|
|Responsibility:||by James M. McPherson.|
Winner of the Warren F. Kuehl Prize, Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations "Must surely be assigned an important place in the literature of the history of ideas and of race relations