Civil War and Reconstruction
R 973.8 ClaTraces the history of the United States from 1865 to 1901 through such primary sources as memoirs, diaries, letters, contemporary journalism, and official documents.
Primary source materials present different aspects of the civil war from figures such as Harriet Beecher Stowe, Frederick Douglass, and Abraham Lincoln.
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From the Library of Congress
Uses contemporary documents to explore the history of the first ten amendments to the U.S. Constitution, the British traditions on which they were based, and their impact on American society.
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Potrays the American Civil War and its aftermath through such primary sources as memoirs, diaries, letters, contemporary journalism, and official documents.
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an electronic archive of documents about the causes, conduct, and consequences of the US Civil War. From the University of Pennsylvania, Department of History.
Primary source materials present different aspects of the Civil War, including the debate over slavery, secession of the Confederate States, the war itself, and life for the slaves after emancipation.
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Primary source materials present life on the Western frontier, urbanization, immigration, social reformers, and contemporary technology
JR 973.8 Broalso in Adult Non-Fiction
Letters, diaries, memoirs, interviews, ballads, newspaper articles, and speeches depict life and events during the four years of the Civil War.
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A collection of annotated documents relating to Westward Expansion including journals, narratives, and congressional testimony.