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Author: Henry Steele Commager
ISBN: 0451622758
Subcategory: Americas
Publisher Signet (December 1, 1973)
Language English
Category: History
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eBook The Blue and the Gray: Volume 1: From the Nomination of Lincoln to the Eve of Gettysburg (Mentor Series) download

by Henry Steele Commager


Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read Henry Steele Commager was an American historian who helped define Modern liberalism in the United States for two generations through his 40 books and 700 essays.

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Volume 1 covers the period from Lincoln's nomination in the Wigwam, to the cloaked agitations of English aristocrats seeking to aid .

Volume 1 covers the period from Lincoln's nomination in the Wigwam, to the cloaked agitations of English aristocrats seeking to aid the. A native of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, who was educated at the University of Chicago, Henry Steele Commager taught history first at New York University and then at Columbia University. Upon his retirement from Columbia in 1956, he moved on to Amherst College. In addition to lecturing at many universities throughout the world, he has been Harmsworth Professor at Oxford University and Pitt Professor at Cambridge University, where he is also an honorary fellow at Peterhouse College.

Includes bibliographical references and index. V. 1. The Nomination of Lincoln to the Eve of Gettysburg - v. 2. The Battle of Gettysburg to Appomattox. Donor challenge: For only a few more days, your donation will be matched 2-to-1. Triple your impact! To the Internet Archive Community, Time is running out: please help the Internet Archive today.

Professor of History Henry Steele Commager. Scholarly Publishing Office, U of Mi. Book Format.

Henry Steele Commager. Defeat Of America - Presidential Power and National Character

Henry Steele Commager. Defeat Of America - Presidential Power and National Character. Henry Steele Commager. This one is a two Volume Set - with Volume 1 starting with the nomination of Abraham Lincoln as President of the US and follows the events to the bloody three-day battle of Gettysburg, the highwater mark of the Confederacy. The best collection of Civil War primary documents. com User, February 18, 2001. There are over 400 articles and over two-dozen illustrations reproduced in this notable collection which is subtitled "The Story of the Civil War as Told By Participants.

by Henry Steele Commager. Volume 1 covers the period from Lincoln's nomination in the Wigwam, to the cloaked agitations of English aristocrats seeking to aid the South while England's liberals and Unions offered support to Lincoln. Immediately upon the election of Lincoln, the legislature of South Carolina met, and on December 20, 1860, unanimously declared its dissolution from the Union.

Henry Steele Commager’s The Blue and the Gray (2 volumes), 1973, and James M. McPherson’s The Battle-Cry of. . McPherson’s The Battle-Cry of Freedom, New York, 1988, were sources of detail and overview. Thomas Keneally, Abraham Lincoln. Series: ) Thank you for reading books on BookFrom.

Henry Steele Commager (October 25, 1902 – March 2, 1998) was an American historian

Henry Steele Commager (October 25, 1902 – March 2, 1998) was an American historian. In the 1940s and 1950s, Commager was noted for his campaigns against McCarthyism and other abuses of government power.

The Blue and the Gray (miniseries). Set during the American Civil War, the series starred John Hammond, Stacy Keach, Lloyd Bridges, and Gregory Peck as President Abraham Lincoln. It was executive produced by Larry White and Lou Reda, in association with Columbia Pictures Television.