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A Civil War sampler.

Author: Donald J Sobol
Publisher: New York, F. Watts [1961]
Edition/Format:   Print book : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Treasury of Civil War speeches, anecdotes, etc., including John Brown's last speech.
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Genre/Form: History
Poetry
Sources
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Sobol, Donald J., 1924-
Civil War sampler.
New York, F. Watts [1961]
(OCoLC)609464127
Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Donald J Sobol
OCLC Number: 1562656
Description: 202 pages illustrations 25 cm
Contents: The Union in danger / Winston S. Churchill --
Prelude to war / Henry Steele Commager --
Lincoln repudiates a "house divided" --
John Brown's last speech --
The Secession Ordinance of South Carolina --
The South Carolina Declaration of Causes for Secession --
The Fort Sumter correspondence --
Anderson reports his withdrawal --
Dixie / Daniel Decatur Emmett --
A Farm boy tries to enlist / Theodore Upson --
The Federal government defied / Frank Moore --
The North loses Lee --
Cornelius Vanderbilt offers his yacht --
John Brown's body --
Grant applies for a commission --
Beauregard decries "Beauty and Booty" --
General Butler's temperance order --
The Battle hymn of the republic / Julia Ward Howe --
McClellan takes command --
Grant demands unconditional surrender --
Monitor vs. Merrimack --
Halleck whines about Grant --
Shiloh / Herman Melville --
The Drummer boy of Shiloh / William Shakespeare Hays --
Surgery in the field / Belle Reynolds --
Hunter frees the slaves --
The "Harrison's Bar" letter --
General Pope greets his troops --
Lincoln explains his position on slavery --
Maryland! My Maryland! / James Ryder Randall --
Lee's message to the people of Maryland --
Barbara Frietchie / John Greenleaf Whittier --
Lee's lost order --
Lincoln suspends the writ of habeas corpus --
Lee evaluates his generals --
Burnside reports the battle of Fredericksburg --
The Emancipation Proclamation --
The Emancipation Proclamation denounced --
John Pelham / James Ryder Randall --
A Southern lady's home life / Victoria V. Clayton --
The Story of Jim and his friend in a box / Levi Coffin --
The Death of Stonewall Jackson / Rev. James Power Smith --
General Meade greets his troops --
Pickett's charge --
Vicksburg bill of fare, Hotel de Vicksburg --
Governor Seymour addresses the rioters --
In the hands of the rebels / Henry Hernbaker, Jr. --
Lincoln warns the South on Negro prisoners --
Walt Whitman sees Lincoln --
The Charge of the mule brigade --
Sherman on the death of his young son --
An Appeal to Southern matrons --
The Gettysburg Address --
Grant takes over --
The Wilderness / Warren Goss --
The Battle cry of freedom / George F. Root --
Grant doesn't quit / George Cary Eggleston --
Grant stands firm --
The Death of Stuart --
Grant and hunger weaken the Confederates / George Cary Eggleston --
Fraternizing at Petersburg --
Destruction of the Alabama --
The Deerhound aids the Confederates / John Winslow --
Atlanta policy approved --
Sheridan's ride / Thomas Buchanan Read --
Lincoln consoles Mrs. Bixby --
Sherman's march to the sea --
Marching through Georgia / Henry C. Work --
Lee takes over-all command --
Lincoln's second inaugural address --
Davis promises to fight on --
The Surrender notes --
Surrender at Appomattox / Ulysses S. Grant --
Lee's farewell to his army --
The Death of Lincoln / Gideon Welles --
O captain! My captain! / Walt Whitman --
The Capture of Jefferson Davis / Frank Moore --
Grant announces the end of the war --
Article XIII (The thirteenth amendment to the Constitution).
Responsibility: Illustrated by Henry S. Gillette.

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Treasury of Civil War speeches, anecdotes, etc., including John Brown's last speech.

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