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The Resource 101 things you didn't know about the Civil War : places, battles, generals-- essential facts about the war that divided America, Thomas Turner

101 things you didn't know about the Civil War : places, battles, generals-- essential facts about the war that divided America, Thomas Turner

Label
101 things you didn't know about the Civil War : places, battles, generals-- essential facts about the war that divided America
Title
101 things you didn't know about the Civil War
Title remainder
places, battles, generals-- essential facts about the war that divided America
Statement of responsibility
Thomas Turner
Title variation
  • One hundred and one things you didn't know about the Civil War
  • One hundred one things you didn't know about the Civil War
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
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1941-
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Turner, Thomas Reed
Dewey number
973.7
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
E468.9
LC item number
.T87 2007
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
United States
Target audience
adult
Label
101 things you didn't know about the Civil War : places, battles, generals-- essential facts about the war that divided America, Thomas Turner
Link
http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0710/2007002719.html
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Publication
Copyright
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Includes index
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volume
Carrier category code
nc
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rdacarrier
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text
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txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 3
  • 33
  • A Company of Commanders
  • 74
  • Part 2
  • Engagements of Wartime
  • 34
  • A War of Amateurs
  • 78
  • 35
  • Changing Face of Warfare
  • Insist, Resist
  • 81
  • 36
  • Funding of the War
  • 83
  • 37
  • Fort Sumter Falls
  • 85
  • 38
  • Bull Run, Part 1
  • 87
  • 8
  • 39
  • Shiloh, Bloody Shiloh
  • 91
  • 40
  • Antietam, the Single Bloodiest Day
  • 94
  • 41
  • Lee's Greatest Victory: Chancellorsville
  • 96
  • 42
  • 4
  • Blood Bath at Gettysburg
  • 99
  • 43
  • Rock of Chickamauga
  • 101
  • 44
  • Chattanooga, One More Nail in the Coffin
  • 104
  • 45
  • Lee and Grant Meet in the Wilderness
  • Voyage to Hell
  • 107
  • 46
  • Countercharge at Spotsylvania
  • 110
  • 47
  • Atlanta Burns
  • 112
  • 48
  • Battle of Nashville Closes the Western Front
  • 115
  • 10
  • 49
  • Cat and Mouse in Petersburg
  • 117
  • 50
  • Warfare on the Water
  • 120
  • 51
  • Farragut Sails into New Orleans
  • 122
  • 52
  • 5
  • Naval Showdown in Memphis
  • 125
  • 53
  • Battle of Mobile Bay, "Damn the torpedoes, full speed ahead"
  • 127
  • 54
  • Monitor vs the Merrimack
  • 129
  • Part 3
  • Weapons of War
  • Confessions of Nat Turner
  • 55
  • Things They Carried
  • 132
  • 56
  • Muskets and Rifles
  • 134
  • 57
  • Handguns
  • 136
  • 58
  • 12
  • Swords and Sabers
  • 138
  • 59
  • Artillery Fire
  • 140
  • 60
  • Ironclads
  • 142
  • 61
  • Non-Uniform Uniforms
  • 6
  • 144
  • 62
  • Soldier's Clothes
  • 146
  • 63
  • Flags of the North and South
  • 149
  • 64
  • Music on the Battlefield
  • 151
  • Part 1
  • Flack over the Fugitive Slave Act
  • Part 4
  • Horrors of War
  • 65
  • Camp Life
  • 154
  • 66
  • Chaos on the Battlefield
  • 156
  • 67
  • A Legendary Loss
  • 14
  • 157
  • 68
  • Prisoner Exchange Rate
  • 159
  • 69
  • Andersonville Horror
  • 161
  • 70
  • Battlefield Medicine under Par
  • 163
  • 7
  • 71
  • Angels on the Battlefield: Clara Barton and Dorothea Dix
  • 165
  • 72
  • War Doctors: Little Training, Tough Job
  • 167
  • 73
  • African American Participation as Soldiers
  • 169
  • 74
  • Calhoun's Doctrine of Nullification
  • Famous Massachusetts 54th Regiment
  • 171
  • 75
  • Ethnic Makeup of the Civil War
  • 173
  • 76
  • Chronicling the Civil War
  • 175
  • 77
  • Mathew Brady, the Father of Contemporary Photojournalism
  • 15
  • 177
  • 78
  • Espionage During the War
  • 179
  • 79
  • Women and Children in the Line of Fire?
  • 181
  • Part 5
  • Homefront
  • 80
  • 8
  • Effects, for Every American
  • 186
  • 81
  • America on the Eve of Destruction
  • 188
  • 82
  • Changing Roles, Family Life
  • 190
  • 83
  • Ideological Rift Divides Families
  • William Lloyd Garrison, the Liberator
  • 193
  • 84
  • City Life, Far from the Battlefield
  • 194
  • 85
  • Surviving on the Farm
  • 196
  • 86
  • Lifestyle of the Landed Gentry, Plantation Life
  • 198
  • 17
  • 87
  • Slavery in the Bible?
  • 200
  • Part 6
  • End of the Conflict, Reconstruction, and the War's Legacy
  • 88
  • An End in Sight
  • 204
  • 89
  • Final Battles
  • 9
  • 207
  • 90
  • Hampton Roads Conference Calls for Peace
  • 210
  • 91
  • Surrender of Robert E. Lee
  • 211
  • 92
  • Lee's Final Order
  • 216
  • John Brown's Soul Marches On
  • 93
  • Lingering War
  • 217
  • 94
  • Arlington National Cemetery, a Final Resting Place
  • 219
  • 95
  • Plot Against Lincoln
  • 220
  • 96
  • Coming of the War
  • 18
  • Capture of Jefferson Davis
  • 222
  • 97
  • 13th, Abolishing, Amendment
  • 225
  • 98
  • Reconstructing the South
  • 227
  • 99
  • Freedman's Bureau Helps Former Slaves Adapt
  • 10
  • 229
  • 100
  • Black Codes Slow True Sovereignty
  • 231
  • 101
  • Johnson Takes Over: Rejoining the Union
  • 232
  • Frederick Douglass Follows the North Star
  • 20
  • 11
  • Dred Scott Ruling
  • 22
  • 12
  • Many Voices of Abolition
  • 24
  • 1
  • 13
  • Bleeding Kansas
  • 27
  • 14
  • Secession Surprise the North
  • 29
  • 15
  • Making of the Mason-Dixon Line
  • 32
  • 16
  • It's Not Just About Slavery
  • Shrinking Union
  • 33
  • 17
  • Elephant Stampede
  • 34
  • 18
  • Underdog States
  • 37
  • 19
  • Teetering on the Line
  • 2
  • 38
  • 20
  • Call to Arms
  • 39
  • 21
  • Cabinet Players
  • 42
  • 22
  • Europe Chooses Sides
  • 45
  • 2
  • 23
  • Lincoln-Douglas Debates
  • 48
  • 24
  • Stephen Douglas, the Short Giant
  • 50
  • 25
  • Jefferson Davis, Leader by Default
  • 52
  • 26
  • Minifest Your Destiny
  • Lincoln's First VP, Hannibal Hamlin
  • 55
  • 27
  • Davis's VP, Alexander Hamilton Stephens
  • 57
  • 28
  • Tough Times for Mary Todd
  • 59
  • 29
  • Belle of the Confederacy, Varina Howell Davis
  • 4
  • 62
  • 30
  • Gods and Generals
  • 64
  • 31
  • Fighting General Grant
  • 66
  • 32
  • (Un)Lucky Lee
  • 70
Control code
ocm82673533
Dimensions
16 cm
Extent
xii, 243 pages
Isbn
9781598693201
Lccn
2007002719
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
973.7 T858 ; P ; XX-N ; C0708BT4(AN).
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 82673533
  • (Sirsi) 82673533
  • (OCoLC)82673533
Label
101 things you didn't know about the Civil War : places, battles, generals-- essential facts about the war that divided America, Thomas Turner
Link
http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0710/2007002719.html
Publication
Copyright
Note
Includes index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 3
  • 33
  • A Company of Commanders
  • 74
  • Part 2
  • Engagements of Wartime
  • 34
  • A War of Amateurs
  • 78
  • 35
  • Changing Face of Warfare
  • Insist, Resist
  • 81
  • 36
  • Funding of the War
  • 83
  • 37
  • Fort Sumter Falls
  • 85
  • 38
  • Bull Run, Part 1
  • 87
  • 8
  • 39
  • Shiloh, Bloody Shiloh
  • 91
  • 40
  • Antietam, the Single Bloodiest Day
  • 94
  • 41
  • Lee's Greatest Victory: Chancellorsville
  • 96
  • 42
  • 4
  • Blood Bath at Gettysburg
  • 99
  • 43
  • Rock of Chickamauga
  • 101
  • 44
  • Chattanooga, One More Nail in the Coffin
  • 104
  • 45
  • Lee and Grant Meet in the Wilderness
  • Voyage to Hell
  • 107
  • 46
  • Countercharge at Spotsylvania
  • 110
  • 47
  • Atlanta Burns
  • 112
  • 48
  • Battle of Nashville Closes the Western Front
  • 115
  • 10
  • 49
  • Cat and Mouse in Petersburg
  • 117
  • 50
  • Warfare on the Water
  • 120
  • 51
  • Farragut Sails into New Orleans
  • 122
  • 52
  • 5
  • Naval Showdown in Memphis
  • 125
  • 53
  • Battle of Mobile Bay, "Damn the torpedoes, full speed ahead"
  • 127
  • 54
  • Monitor vs the Merrimack
  • 129
  • Part 3
  • Weapons of War
  • Confessions of Nat Turner
  • 55
  • Things They Carried
  • 132
  • 56
  • Muskets and Rifles
  • 134
  • 57
  • Handguns
  • 136
  • 58
  • 12
  • Swords and Sabers
  • 138
  • 59
  • Artillery Fire
  • 140
  • 60
  • Ironclads
  • 142
  • 61
  • Non-Uniform Uniforms
  • 6
  • 144
  • 62
  • Soldier's Clothes
  • 146
  • 63
  • Flags of the North and South
  • 149
  • 64
  • Music on the Battlefield
  • 151
  • Part 1
  • Flack over the Fugitive Slave Act
  • Part 4
  • Horrors of War
  • 65
  • Camp Life
  • 154
  • 66
  • Chaos on the Battlefield
  • 156
  • 67
  • A Legendary Loss
  • 14
  • 157
  • 68
  • Prisoner Exchange Rate
  • 159
  • 69
  • Andersonville Horror
  • 161
  • 70
  • Battlefield Medicine under Par
  • 163
  • 7
  • 71
  • Angels on the Battlefield: Clara Barton and Dorothea Dix
  • 165
  • 72
  • War Doctors: Little Training, Tough Job
  • 167
  • 73
  • African American Participation as Soldiers
  • 169
  • 74
  • Calhoun's Doctrine of Nullification
  • Famous Massachusetts 54th Regiment
  • 171
  • 75
  • Ethnic Makeup of the Civil War
  • 173
  • 76
  • Chronicling the Civil War
  • 175
  • 77
  • Mathew Brady, the Father of Contemporary Photojournalism
  • 15
  • 177
  • 78
  • Espionage During the War
  • 179
  • 79
  • Women and Children in the Line of Fire?
  • 181
  • Part 5
  • Homefront
  • 80
  • 8
  • Effects, for Every American
  • 186
  • 81
  • America on the Eve of Destruction
  • 188
  • 82
  • Changing Roles, Family Life
  • 190
  • 83
  • Ideological Rift Divides Families
  • William Lloyd Garrison, the Liberator
  • 193
  • 84
  • City Life, Far from the Battlefield
  • 194
  • 85
  • Surviving on the Farm
  • 196
  • 86
  • Lifestyle of the Landed Gentry, Plantation Life
  • 198
  • 17
  • 87
  • Slavery in the Bible?
  • 200
  • Part 6
  • End of the Conflict, Reconstruction, and the War's Legacy
  • 88
  • An End in Sight
  • 204
  • 89
  • Final Battles
  • 9
  • 207
  • 90
  • Hampton Roads Conference Calls for Peace
  • 210
  • 91
  • Surrender of Robert E. Lee
  • 211
  • 92
  • Lee's Final Order
  • 216
  • John Brown's Soul Marches On
  • 93
  • Lingering War
  • 217
  • 94
  • Arlington National Cemetery, a Final Resting Place
  • 219
  • 95
  • Plot Against Lincoln
  • 220
  • 96
  • Coming of the War
  • 18
  • Capture of Jefferson Davis
  • 222
  • 97
  • 13th, Abolishing, Amendment
  • 225
  • 98
  • Reconstructing the South
  • 227
  • 99
  • Freedman's Bureau Helps Former Slaves Adapt
  • 10
  • 229
  • 100
  • Black Codes Slow True Sovereignty
  • 231
  • 101
  • Johnson Takes Over: Rejoining the Union
  • 232
  • Frederick Douglass Follows the North Star
  • 20
  • 11
  • Dred Scott Ruling
  • 22
  • 12
  • Many Voices of Abolition
  • 24
  • 1
  • 13
  • Bleeding Kansas
  • 27
  • 14
  • Secession Surprise the North
  • 29
  • 15
  • Making of the Mason-Dixon Line
  • 32
  • 16
  • It's Not Just About Slavery
  • Shrinking Union
  • 33
  • 17
  • Elephant Stampede
  • 34
  • 18
  • Underdog States
  • 37
  • 19
  • Teetering on the Line
  • 2
  • 38
  • 20
  • Call to Arms
  • 39
  • 21
  • Cabinet Players
  • 42
  • 22
  • Europe Chooses Sides
  • 45
  • 2
  • 23
  • Lincoln-Douglas Debates
  • 48
  • 24
  • Stephen Douglas, the Short Giant
  • 50
  • 25
  • Jefferson Davis, Leader by Default
  • 52
  • 26
  • Minifest Your Destiny
  • Lincoln's First VP, Hannibal Hamlin
  • 55
  • 27
  • Davis's VP, Alexander Hamilton Stephens
  • 57
  • 28
  • Tough Times for Mary Todd
  • 59
  • 29
  • Belle of the Confederacy, Varina Howell Davis
  • 4
  • 62
  • 30
  • Gods and Generals
  • 64
  • 31
  • Fighting General Grant
  • 66
  • 32
  • (Un)Lucky Lee
  • 70
Control code
ocm82673533
Dimensions
16 cm
Extent
xii, 243 pages
Isbn
9781598693201
Lccn
2007002719
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
973.7 T858 ; P ; XX-N ; C0708BT4(AN).
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 82673533
  • (Sirsi) 82673533
  • (OCoLC)82673533

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