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The Resource The New York times complete Civil War, 1861-1865, edited by Harold Holzer and Craig L. Symonds ; foreword by Bill Clinton

The New York times complete Civil War, 1861-1865, edited by Harold Holzer and Craig L. Symonds ; foreword by Bill Clinton

Label
The New York times complete Civil War, 1861-1865
Title
The New York times complete Civil War, 1861-1865
Statement of responsibility
edited by Harold Holzer and Craig L. Symonds ; foreword by Bill Clinton
Title variation
  • Complete Civil War, 1861-1865
  • Civil War, 1861-1865
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
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New York times
Dewey number
973.7
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
LC call number
E464
LC item number
.N49 2010
Literary form
non fiction
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  • Holzer, Harold
  • Symonds, Craig L
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  • United States
  • United States
  • United States
  • New York (N.Y.)
Label
The New York times complete Civil War, 1861-1865, edited by Harold Holzer and Craig L. Symonds ; foreword by Bill Clinton
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Accompanying CD includes all of the New York Times articles published during the Civil War
  • System requirements: PC, Windows 2000/XP or later ; Mac, OSX 10.3 or later
  • Includes index
Accompanying material
1 CD (4 3/4 in.)
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • "The question of freedom or slavery: the coming of the Civil War", 1850-1860 -- "The approaching triumph of Mr. Lincoln": May-November 1860 -- "The momentous issue of Civil War": December 1860-March 1861 -- "The excitement has been intense": April-May 1861 -- "The greatest battle ever fought on this continent": June-July 1861 -- "What we are fighting for": August-October, 1861 -- "The darkest and gloomiest year": November 1861-January 1862 -- "The iron gunboats have settled the question": February-March 1862 -- "Operations seem everywhere to have come almost to a dead halt": April-May 1862 --"In front of Richmond": June-July 1862 -- "Removing that dreadful evil": August-October 1862 -- "A people suffering fearfully": November 1862-January 1863 -- "If we win a battle": February-April 1863 -- A terrific crash of musketry": May-June 1863 -- "An action of gigantic magnitude": July 1863 -- "A desparate engagement": August-September 1863 -- "The shock of battle": October-Novembrer 1863
  • "By renouncing their treason": December 1863-February 1864 -- "Gen. Grant and staff arrived here to-day": March-April 1864 -- "We are going on to Richmond, depend upon it": May 1864 -- "Fighting has been going on nearly all day": June-July 1864 -- "There is no security from danger": August-September 1864 -- "The very life of the nation is at stake": October-December 1864 -- "No such thing as compromise": January-February 1865 -- "The great struggle is over": March-April 1865 -- "This hour of mourning and of gloom": April-May 1865 -- "What is to be done with the negro?": the era of Reconstruction, 1865-1877
Control code
ocn526083897
Dimensions
31 cm. +
Extent
510 p.
Isbn
9781579128456
Lccn
2010027208
Other physical details
ill., maps
System control number
(OCoLC)526083897
Label
The New York times complete Civil War, 1861-1865, edited by Harold Holzer and Craig L. Symonds ; foreword by Bill Clinton
Publication
Note
  • Accompanying CD includes all of the New York Times articles published during the Civil War
  • System requirements: PC, Windows 2000/XP or later ; Mac, OSX 10.3 or later
  • Includes index
Accompanying material
1 CD (4 3/4 in.)
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • "The question of freedom or slavery: the coming of the Civil War", 1850-1860 -- "The approaching triumph of Mr. Lincoln": May-November 1860 -- "The momentous issue of Civil War": December 1860-March 1861 -- "The excitement has been intense": April-May 1861 -- "The greatest battle ever fought on this continent": June-July 1861 -- "What we are fighting for": August-October, 1861 -- "The darkest and gloomiest year": November 1861-January 1862 -- "The iron gunboats have settled the question": February-March 1862 -- "Operations seem everywhere to have come almost to a dead halt": April-May 1862 --"In front of Richmond": June-July 1862 -- "Removing that dreadful evil": August-October 1862 -- "A people suffering fearfully": November 1862-January 1863 -- "If we win a battle": February-April 1863 -- A terrific crash of musketry": May-June 1863 -- "An action of gigantic magnitude": July 1863 -- "A desparate engagement": August-September 1863 -- "The shock of battle": October-Novembrer 1863
  • "By renouncing their treason": December 1863-February 1864 -- "Gen. Grant and staff arrived here to-day": March-April 1864 -- "We are going on to Richmond, depend upon it": May 1864 -- "Fighting has been going on nearly all day": June-July 1864 -- "There is no security from danger": August-September 1864 -- "The very life of the nation is at stake": October-December 1864 -- "No such thing as compromise": January-February 1865 -- "The great struggle is over": March-April 1865 -- "This hour of mourning and of gloom": April-May 1865 -- "What is to be done with the negro?": the era of Reconstruction, 1865-1877
Control code
ocn526083897
Dimensions
31 cm. +
Extent
510 p.
Isbn
9781579128456
Lccn
2010027208
Other physical details
ill., maps
System control number
(OCoLC)526083897

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