1850-1877: The Civil War
1850-1877: Chapter Four: The Civil War
by ROBERT ZALIMAS
TOPICS IN THE NEWS
Adjusting Expectations 96
The Blue and The Gray 97
Fighting in the West, Waiting in the East 98
The Monitor and the Virginia 98
International Context of the War 99
Mobilization of the Confederacy 101
Confederate Daredevil 104
Mobilization of the Union 104
The Louisiana Native Guards 107
The New War of Attrition 107
Soldiers in Camp 108
Pmeners of War 110
Triumph of the North 111
Clara Barton 112
Thomas J. “Stonewall” Jackson 114
William T. Sherman 115
Robert Smalls 116
Sidebars and tabks are listed in italics.
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