Civil War America: Making a Nation, 1848-1877
Routledge, 2014 M06 6 - 402 pages
The American Civil War was without doubt the defining event in the history of the United States. This up-to-date analyisis of a critical period goes beyond the origins, course and consequences of the Civil War to bring in other important themes such as racial conflict, gender relations, religion, the popular memory and state formation.
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