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  1. says:

    Very interesting work The premise of this volume is simple Publish newspaper articles from The New York Times depicting the progress of the Civil War from 1861 1865 The book contains about 600 newspaper articles; there is also a CD that has many thousands of additional articles The volume also includes items from the 1850s that set the con

  2. says:

    This was not what I expected Clearly to expect a true full recounting of 5 years of war in a single volume is to

  3. says:

    Just received this book and it's exactly what I was hoping it would be There's an extensive compilation of articles chronicling events as they were witnessed by reporters on or near the front lines The reports from First Bull RunManassas are a nice sampler with some of the early dispatches trumpeting a great Union victory but then later reports documenting stories told by soldiers stragging into Washington that it had been a disas

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    Amazing look at the Civil War as it unfolded It is incredibly interesting watching the NY Times spin the war even portions that we today recognize as tragedies and draws if not defeats At times the stories proved eerily prophetic especially on the matter of Reconstruction Above all else this book is tragic you watch as victory is tainted fi

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    I would recommend this book to anyone who wants to get a kind of back door take on the Civil War It has most of the articles about the war as it happened from the New York Times I found particularly interesting the descriptions by embedded reporters There was definitely a lack of impartiality but I found some of the ualities such as sarcasm entertaining It is a very large book with very tiny print so it takes a while to

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    The New York Times has done an amazing job compiling this book A great book for research history student or fan

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Summary ´ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Harold Holzer

The Civil War as you've never experienced it before through original first hand reportage of The New York Times the country's newspaper of record  Available for the first time in a uniue bookDVD package The New York Times established in 1851 was one of the few newspapers with correspondents on the front lines throughout the Civil War The Complete Civil War collects every article written about the war from 1861 to 1865 plus select pieces before and after the war and is filled with the action politics and personal stories of this monumental event From the first shot fired at Fort Sumter to the surrender at Appomattox and from the Battle of Antietam to the Battle of Atlanta as well as articles on slavery states rights the role of women and profiles of noted heroes such as Ulysses S Grant and Robert E Lee the era comes alive through these daily first hand accounts More than 600 of the most crucial and interesting articles in the book Typeset and designed for easy reading Commentary by Editors and Civil War. Very interesting work The premise of this volume is simple Publish newspaper articles from The New York Times depicting the progress of the Civil War from 1861 1865 The book contains about 600 newspaper articles there is also a CD that has many thousands of additional articles The volume also includes items from the 1850s that set the context for the Civil War such as stories about slavery as well as the years after the Civil War covering Reconstruction For those interested in primary sources this will be fascinating readingOn the other hand if you want to know details of battles and campaigns one will not be so satisfied but that is not what this book is about The coverage of the fighting at Forts Henry and Donelson for instance is rather brief and sketchy On the other hand the reader gets a sense of the sometimes confusing and contradictory stories from the front that Americans were reading in this newspaperThe CD helps supplement the book At one point a Times story refers to the Union victory at Pea Ridge There is no reference in the book to that strange battle but there are a series of newspaper articles from March 12 March 23 1862 that provide many details of the engagementIt is interesting to get the Times take on the status and conduct of the war its judgment of generals politicians and the issues of the day The reader develops a greater sensitivity to the context in which the war took place It is also interesting to observe that reporters did not write stories objectively but would often express their own views on mattersAll in all a valuable historical resource Detective Wanda Wolfe experienced it before through original first hand reportage of The New York Times the country's newspaper of record  Available for the first time in a uniue bookDVD package The New York Times Riverside. 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The New York Times

Scholars Harold Holzer and Craig Symonds More than 104000 additional articles on the DVD ROM every article the Times published during the war A detailed chronology highlights articles and events of interest that can be found on the disk Strikingly designed and illustrated with hundreds of maps historical photographs and engravings this book is a treasure for Civil War and history buffs everywhere This is a fascinating and riveting look at the most important event in American history as seen through the eyes of an institution that was emerging as the most important newspaper in American history   In these pages the Civil War seems new and fresh unfolding day after anxious day as the fate of the republic hangs in the balance   Ken Burns Serious historians and casual readers alike will find this extraordinary collection of 600 articles and editorials about the Civil War published in The New York Times before and during the war of great value and interest enough to keep the most assiduous student busy. This was not what I expected Clearly to expect a true full recounting of 5 years of war in a single volume is too much but this selection of articles op eds and letters feels like a lot is missing This could be a good tool for someone to get a decent historical overview of the war I will say that the attempt to provide documentation on most every general from both sides was impressive Dragons Bride (The Dragon and the Scholar every article the Times published during the war A detailed chronology highlights articles and Absolute Banking English events of interest that can be found on the disk Strikingly designed and illustrated with hundreds of maps historical photographs and Jewish Life event in American history as seen through the Sex Toys 101 eyes of an institution that was The Joy in Business emerging as the most important newspaper in American history   In these pages the Civil War seems new and fresh unfolding day after anxious day as the fate of the republic hangs in the balance   Ken Burns Serious historians and casual readers alike will find this Stuffed extraordinary collection of 600 articles and Cotas Claim editorials about the Civil War published in The New York Times before and during the war of great value and interest The Captured Princess (Taken by Vikings, enough to keep the most assiduous student busy. This was not what I Pamięć - brzemię i uwolnienie. Niemcy wobec nazistowskiej przeszłości (1945-2010) expected Clearly to Fakers, Forgers Phoneys expect a true full recounting of 5 years of war in a single volume is too much but this selection of articles op Hearing the Voice of People with Dementia eds and letters feels like a lot is missing This could be a good tool for someone to get a decent historical overview of the war I will say that the attempt to provide documentation on most

Summary ´ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Harold Holzer

For the next four years of the war's sesuicentennial observations   James McPherson This fascinating work catapults readers back in time allowing us to live through the Civil War as daily readers of The New York Times worrying about the outcome of battles wondering about our generals debating what to do about slavery hearing the words that Lincoln spoke feeling passionate about our politics  Symonds and Holzer have found an ingenious new way to experience the most dramatic event in our nation's history Doris Kearns Goodwin Harold Holzer and Craig Symonds have included not only every pertinent article from the pages of The Times but enhanced and illuminated them with editorial commentary that adds context and perspective making the articles informative and useful here than they were in the original issues  Nowhere else can readers of today get such an understanding of how readers of 1861 1865 learned of and understood their war William C Davis The DVD runs on Windows 2000XP or Mac OS X 103 or late. Just received this book and it s exactly what I was hoping it would be There s an extensive compilation of articles chronicling events as they were witnessed by reporters on or near the front lines The reports from First Bull RunManassas are a nice sampler with some of the early dispatches trumpeting a great Union victory but then later reports documenting stories told by soldiers stragging into Washington that it had been a disaster Then comes the inevitable analysis and spin doctoring with some saying it was a fluke and others that the South had shot its wad on this one victory and could never muster the force for another such fight again Beyond reports of battles there are lots of editorials and letters to the editor discussing the larger issues of politics and slavery as well as nice little snippets like a letter from a physician saying why it would be better to issue mittens to soldiers than gloves This looks like a great resource for primary source study Four stars