6 edition of Confederate Reader found in the catalog.
by Dorset House Publishing Co Inc
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||415|
"An excellent anthology, worthy of the imitations it will engender it will go a long way toward illuminating Confederate history." — The New York Times For any student of the War Between the States, this treasury of contemporary documents—all but a few written by Southerners — offers a wealth of insight and perspectives on life in the South during the conflict, how newspapers and. The Confederate Reader: How the South Saw the War (Civil War Ser.) View larger image. how you want to read your book, and 2) compatibility with your reading tool. To learn more about using Bookshare with your device, visit the Help Center. Assembled in this inexpensive paperback edition of The Confederate Reader, they will bring new Pages:
Welcome to Confederate Truths. The Confederate Truths' web site, in association with the Winter Institute, is an Internet extension of the book, "The Confederate and Neo-Confederate Reader: 'The Great Truth' about The 'Lost Cause,'" edited by James W. Loewen and Edward H. Sebesta, and published by the University Press of Mississippi. Genre/Form: History Sources: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Harwell, Richard Barksdale. Confederate reader. New York: McKay, , ©
Confederate Alamo book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Robert E. Lee faced the most monumental crisis of his military car /5. Also, Project Canterbury has online a History of the Church in the Confederate States, which, among many other things, describes the various Confederate Prayer Books in detail. At the end of the Civil War, Dioceses in the South again became part of the Episcopal Church, and resumed using the Book of Common Prayer.
Mothers and their sons
Confessions of a Happy Christian
... The sewerage of Memphis.
Social security and education ; Indian affairs
Grammar of Ornament
Four great encyclicals
Making Miranda work for you
The Man in the Black Coat
The Sanchez Family
State and regional development plans in Appalachia, 1968.
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It deals with crucial events in this nation's history--and it /5(66). The Civil Confederate Reader book Reader: The Union Reader, the Confederate Reader (Civil War Library) Hardcover – March 1, Author: Richard Barksdale Harwell.
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It deals with crucial events in this nation's history—and it is as current as today's news. —John Dittmer, author of Local People: The Struggle for Civil Rights in Mississippi and The Good Doctors: The Medical Committee for Human Rights Brand: University Press of Mississippi.
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This is The Confederate Reader. This is the story of the Confederacy as the Confederates themselves (and a few foreign sympathizers with the Confederates) wrote it for one another. It is a roughly chronological selection from the writings of the times, the writings that were, theoretically at least, available to the Confederate reading public.
From the Back Cover. Rod Gragg's Confederate Goliath is the first comprehensive account of the battle for Fort Fisher. Drawing from his thoroughgoing research in official records as well as numerous first-person accounts in diaries, memoirs, and letters, Gragg has constructed a powerful, fast-paced narrative that describes in detail Cited by: The Confederate Reader is a chronological selection from the southern writing of the time, writings that were available to the Confederate reading public.
These writings, which recreate the entire era of the Confederacy will give the modern reader fresh insight into that bloody time. Unique in the historiography of the War Between the States, The Illustrated Confederate Reader is a handsomely designed, freshly researched study of the epic Southern struggle for independence.
It will enthrall and delight Civil War buffs, fascinate partisans of the South, and captivate anyone interested in real-life stories from American history.5/5(1). ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Includes index. Reprint. Originally published: New York: Longmans, Green, Description.
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The Confederate and Neo-Confederate Reader: The “Great Truth” about the “Lost Cause” Book – Non-fiction. Edited by James W.
Loewen and Edward H. Sebesta. pages. Loewen and Sebesta’s exceptional new text The Confederate and Neo-Confederate Reader is the first collection of primary sources focused exclusively on such documents, as the authors note, that have somehow remained hidden “in plain sight” since the end of the Civil War.
The book provides teachers and researchers alike with an invaluable archive of speeches, images, political papers, and memoirs that graphically reveal what the Confederacy. This book has one & ONLY one reason for existence: to denigrate the Confederate States of America & Southern people for not being Yankees & for refusing to become Yankees (the purpose of the "Reconstruction").
The North knew they couldn't wipe us out, so /5. The Confederate reader. [Richard Barksdale Harwell;] -- The Confederate and Union Readers are indispensable companions to anyone interested in the Civil War. Here the participants describe in their own words the bitterness of the conflict, battle scenes.Confederate books, southern literature, southern Generals, southern view, Crossroads Country Store.-- The Confederate Reader documents the saga of the Civil War through the words of the soldier themselves, in their private dairies and letters, their poetry and company songs.
-- Engaging documentation lends an insider's look into the lives and times of these soldiers, and rouses America's bloodiest conflict from the annals of history to bring it Price Range: $ - $