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  • Secessionist Observers at Bombardment of Fort Sumter (April 12, 1861)
  • Industrial Work
  • The Irrepressible Conflict
  • The New York Draft Riot
  • A Harvest of Death Gettysburg, July 1863
  • Assault of the Second Louisiana (Colored) Regiment
  • Richmond in Ruins
  • Sowing and Reaping
  • Ulysses S. Grant Picture (Wikimedia)
  • Contrabands Accompanying the Line of Sherman's March Through Georgia
  • http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/8/89/Robert_Edward_Lee.jpg
  • Jefferson Davis as an Unprotected Female
  • Hist1301 Week 12

    1. 1. The Civil War: America’s Second Revolution 1861–1865
    2. 2. HIST 1301 Exam 2 Review on YouTube Exam Covers Chapters 1-10
    3. 3. HIST 1301 Mini-Lectures on YouTube Click Here for the Wk 12 Mini-Lecture Playlist
    4. 4. The Nation Disintegrates
    5. 5. Just Before the Battle Mother Music and Words by GEORGE F. ROOT Just before the battle, mother, I am thinking most of you, While upon the field we're watching, With the enemy in view. Comrades brave are 'round me lying, Fill'd with thoughts of home and God; For well they know that on the morrow, Some will sleep beneath the sod. Chorus: Farewell, mother, you may never Press me to your heart again, But, oh, you'll not forget me mother, If I'm number'd with the slain. Hark! I hear the bugles sounding, 'Tis the signal for the fight, Now, may God protect us, Mother, As he ever does the right. Hear the "Battle Cry of Freedom," How it swells upon the air, Oh, yes, we'll rally 'round the standard, Or we'll perish nobly there.
    6. 6. The Timeline to War
    7. 7. The Forces Driving Secession
    8. 8. Lincoln in Border States
    9. 9. Southerners Consider Secession
    10. 10. The North Assesses the Price of Peace
    11. 11. The Civil War Begins
    12. 12. The War for the Union and Against Slavery
    13. 13. Comparing Military Resources
    14. 14. African Americans Open the Door to Freedom
    15. 15. Book TV: Andrew Ward "The Slaves' War: The Civil War in the Words of Former Slaves"
    16. 16. The “Peculiar Institution” Begins to Unravel
    17. 17. Union Officials Consider Emancipation
    18. 18. The Confederacy and the Abolition of Slavery
    19. 19. The Confederacy and the Abolition of Slavery
    20. 20. The Cold Realities of War
    21. 21. Soldiers’ Lives
    22. 22. Ailing in Body and Soul
    23. 23. Civil War Glory Trailer
    24. 24. Freedom and American Identity
    25. 25. Questioning Freedom: Interviews with Eric Foner
    26. 26. “The Battle Cry of Freedom” Podcast from GLI
    27. 27. War Transforms the North
    28. 28. David Blight on Frederick Douglass and Abraham Lincoln
    29. 29. The Northern Economic Boom
    30. 30. Women Expand the Wartime Workforce Take your gun and go, John, Take your gun and go, For Ruth can drive the oxen, And I can use the hoe.
    31. 31. Dissent and Protest in the Union States
    32. 32. Dissent and Protest in the Union States (Cont.)
    33. 33. Building Consensus Through Military Victory
    34. 34. African Americans Battle Confederates and Prejudice
    35. 35. African Americans Battle Confederates and Prejudice
    36. 36. “Mississippi Sawyer” Podcasts from GLI
    37. 37. War Transforms the South
    38. 38. Ed Ayers on the Civil War and the South
    39. 39. Urbanization and Industrialization
    40. 40. Dissent and Protest in the Confederate States
    41. 41. Tried by War: Abraham Lincoln as Commander-in-Chief C-SPAN Archive Lincoln and His Generals 36:22 - 41:00
    42. 42. Ulysses S. Grant
    43. 43. Military Victory Assured
    44. 44. Ed Ayers on Grant and Lee
    45. 45. Robert E. Lee
    46. 46. The South Surrenders
    47. 47. James McPherson on Battle Cry of Freedom C-SPAN Archive First 5 Minutes
    48. 48. Additional Resources: David Bight's Lectures Civil War and Reconstruction Course Yale University
    49. 49. 1. Introductions: Why Does the Civil War Era Have a Hold on American Historical
    50. 50. 10. The Election of 1860 and the Secession Crisis
    51. 51. 11. Slavery and State Rights, Economies and Ways of Life: What Caused the Civil War?
    52. 52. 12. "And the War Came," 1861: The Sumter Crisis, Comparative Strategies
    53. 53. 13. Terrible Swift Sword: The Period of Confederate Ascendency, 1861-1862
    54. 54. 14. Never Call Retreat: Military and Political Turning Points in 1863
    55. 55. 15. Lincoln, Leadership, and Race: Emancipation as Policy
    56. 56. 16. Days of Jubilee: The Meanings of Emancipation and Total War
    57. 57. 17. Homefronts and Battlefronts: "Hard War" and the Social Impact of the Civil War
    58. 58. 18. "War So Terrible": Why the Union Won and the Confederacy Lost at Home and Abroad
    59. 59. 19. To Appomattox and Beyond: The End of the War and a Search for Meanings

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