Books On The American Civil War

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19 Sep 2011. America Aflame: How the Civil War Created a Nation By David Goldfield Bloomsbury Press, $35.00, 640 pages. One hundred and fifty years ago the young American nation suffered its greatest failure. “The political system.

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“What are the best American Civil War Books?” We looked at 17 lists and 416 different books to answer this very question. 55 of the 416 books appeared multiple times, so we aggregated them into the best-of list that can be found below.

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The Arts and Culture of the American Civil War: 1st Edition (Hardback) book. It is hardly surprising that art influenced the perception and interpretation of the war given the intrinsic role that the arts played in the lives of antebellum Americans.

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14 Aug 2017. Anxiety over deepening schisms and new conflict has an outlet in popular culture : in April, Amazon selected the dystopian novel “American War”—which centers on a second U.S. civil war—as one of its best books of the.

9 Jan 2008. Historian Drew Gilpin Faust writes that Civil War deaths — both their number and their manner — transformed America. Her new book is This Republic of Suffering: Death and the American Civil War.

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6 Nov 2008. With the formation of the Confederacy at the beginning of the American Civil War (1861–1865), the Southern literary. Instead, he predicted, the region would enjoy "Southern books, written by Southern gentlemen, printed on.

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Secret History Of The White House 3 Mar 2018. Though the nation's first Commander chose the site of the presidential mansion, he left office in 1797 and died in 1799, a year before construction was completed, according to the White House Historical Association. 17 Dec 2003. We hear a Democracy Now! interview from last year with global economics correspondent Alan Friedman

26 Oct 2009. In this his latest book, John Keegan has attempted the impossible. The subtitle gives his game away. Instead of adding to the pile of chronicles of the American Civil War, he has written a critique of them, from the point of view.