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Introduction Table of Contents Part One: The Decade of the 1850¿s and the Coming of the War [NL] 1) A Single Issue? [NL] 2) Expansion and State¿s Rights [NL] 3) It Wasn¿t All Slavery (Issue of Slavery) [NL] 4) The Tragedy of Human Cargo [NL] 5) The Nat Turner Rebellion [NL] 6) The Fugitive Slave Act [NL] 7) John C. Calhoun [NL] 8) William Garrison [NL] 9) John Brown [NL] 10) Frederick Douglass [NL] 11) The Dred Scott Decision [NL] 12) The Many Voices of Abolition [NL] 13) Bleeding Kansas [NL] 14) Secession [NL] 15) The Mason-Dixon Line [NL] 16) The Union [NL] 17) Union Politics [NL] 18) The Confederate States [NL] 19) The Border States [NL] 20) Making Armies and Officers [NL] 21) Union and Confederate Cabinet Officers [NL] 22) European Reactions and the Embargoes [NL] 23) The Lincoln-Douglas Debates [NL] 24) Stephen Douglas [NL] 25) Jefferson Davis [NL] 26) Hannibal Hamlin [NL] 27) Alexander H. Stephens [NL] 28) Mary Todd Lincoln [NL] 29) Varina Howell Davis [NL] 30) Politics and Generals [NL] 31) Ulysses S. Grant [NL] 32) Robert E. Lee [NL] 33) Other Important Military Figures Part Two: The Major Battles [NL] 34) Soldiers [NL] 35) Changing Face of Warfare [NL] 36) The Funding of the War [NL] 37) The Fall of Ft. Sumter, 1861 [NL] 38) The 1st Battle of Bull Run [NL] 39) The Battle of Shiloh [NL] 40) The Battle of Antietam [NL] 41) The Battle of Chancellorsville [NL] 42) The Battle of Gettysburg [NL] 43) The Battle of Chickamauga [NL] 44) The Battle of Chattanooga [NL] 45) The Battle of the Wilderness [NL] 46) The Battle of Spotsylvania [NL] 47) The Campaign and Siege of Atlanta [NL] 48) The Battle of Nashville [NL] 49) The Siege of Petersburg [NL] 50) Naval Warfare [NL] 51) The Battle of New Orleans [NL] 52) The Battle of Memphis [NL] 53) The Battle of Mobile Bay [NL] 54) The Monitor vs. the Merrimack Part Three: The Weapons of War [NL] 55) Small Arms [NL] 56) Muskets and Rifles [NL] 57) Handguns [NL] 58) Swords and Sabers [NL] 59) Artillery [NL] 60) The Ironclads [NL] 61) Uniforms [NL] 62) The Average Soldier¿s Clothes [NL] 63) Flags of the North and South [NL] 64) Music on the Battlefield Part Four: The Horrors of War [NL] 65) Camp Life [NL] 66) Battlefield Conditions [NL] 67) Casualties [NL] 68) POWs [NL] 69) Andersonville [NL] 70) Battlefield Medicine [NL] 71) Angels on the Battlefield: Clara Barton and Dorothea Dix [NL] 72) War Doctors [NL] 73) African American Soldiers [NL] 74) The Massachusetts 54th [NL] 75) Ethnic Makeup of the Civil War [NL] 76) Chronicling the Civil War [NL] 77) Mathew Brady and Press Coverage [NL] 78) Espionage During the War [NL] 79) Women and Children on the Battlefield Part Five: The Homefront [NL] 80) Effects on the Civilian Population [NL] 81) America on the Eve of Destruction [NL] 82) Family Life [NL] 83) Families Divided [NL] 84) City Life [NL] 85) Farm Life [NL] 86) Plantation Life [NL] 87) Religion Part Six: The End of the Conflict, Reconstruction, and the War¿s Legacy [NL] 88) An End in Sight [NL] 89) The Final Battles [NL] 90) The Hampton Roads Conference [NL] 91) The Surrender of Lee [NL] 92) Lee¿s Final Order [NL] 93) The Lingering War [NL] 94) Arlington National Cemetery [NL] 95) The Plot Against Lincoln [NL] 96) The Capture of Jefferson Davis [NL] 97) The 13th Amendment [NL] 98) Reconstruction [NL] 99) The Freedman¿s Bureau [NL] 100) Black Codes [NL] 101) Johnson Takes Over: Rejoining the Union
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United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Miscellanea.