By Jonathan Daniel Wells
Consolidating essentially the most complicated and multi-faceted eras in American background, this new version of Jonathan Wells’s A condominium Divided unifies the wide and sundry scholarship at the American Civil struggle. collecting quite a few learn, this obtainable and readable textual content introduces readers to both the warfare and the Reconstruction interval, and the way american citizens lived in this time of significant upheaval within the country's heritage. Designed for various matters and educating kinds, this article not just seems on the Civil battle from a historic point of view, but additionally analyzes its ramifications at the usa and American identities in the course of the modern day. This moment version has been up-to-date all through, incorporating new scholarship from contemporary reports at the Civil battle period, and contains extra photos and maps (now integrated in the course of the text), up to date bibliographies, and a supplementary significant other website.
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A House Divided: The Civil War and Nineteenth-Century America by Jonathan Daniel Wells