The South since the war as shown by fourteen weeks of travel and observation in Georgia and the Carolinas. by Sidney Andrews

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Published by Ticknor and Fields in Boston .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Reconstruction,
  • African Americans -- History -- 1863-1877,
  • Southern States -- Description and travel

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SeriesLibrary of American civilization -- LAC 10232.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationviii, 400 p.
Number of Pages400
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13553634M
OCLC/WorldCa10944987

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Five months after the end of the Civil War, northern journalist Sidney Andrews toured the former Confederacy to report on the political, economic, and social conditions in the aftermath of the South's defeat. His book The South and America since World War II focuses on the years after This book takes a detailed look at the American South’s segregation in the way that it affected blacks.

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James C. Cobb. Publication Date - October ISBN: pages Paperback /2 x /4 inches. The Civil War: A Narrative by Shelby Foote. This epic three-volume masterpiece is to war what Gibbon’s Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire was to history.

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In this widely heralded book first published infour historians consider the popularly held explanations for southern defeat--state-rights disputes, inadequate military supply and strategy, and the Union blockade--undergirding their discussion with a chronological account of the war's progress.

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The South still lies about the Civil War of its propaganda effort is detailed by James Cobb in his book "Away Down South: A History of. How the South Won the Civil War. Jr., in his new book, now it has brought to power the most overtly racist President since Woodrow Wilson, openly catering to a white revanchist base.

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For example, 7, miles of railroad track were laid in the South between and In the rest of the country, 45, miles were laid. Before the war, the South’s economy had been based almost strictly on agriculture, mainly cotton, tobacco, and sugar, and all these industries suffered, especially cotton.

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The North, by contrast, was well on its way toward a commercial and manufacturing economy, which would have a direct impact on its war making ability. By90 percent of the nation's manufacturing output came from northern states.

The North produced 17 times more cotton and woolen textiles than the South, 30 times more leather goods, Civil War Book Review: Where The South Lost The War: An Analysis of the Fort Henry-Fort Donelson Campaign, February by Brett Schulte on Febru 1 comment Editor’s Note: I realized yesterday while putting together a post on Fort Donelson Civil War books that I never actually posted this review and summary of a key book in the.

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