Dixie & the Dominion: Canada, the Confederacy, and the War for the Union

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DIXIE & THE
DOMINION
Canada,
the Confederacy
and the
War for the Union

ADAM MAYERS

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  • Title Page 3
  • Table of Contents 9
  • Prologue - No Silence from Canada 11
  • Chapter 1 - The Celebrated Stranger 17
  • Chapter 2 - Spring Summons 21
  • Chapter 3 - Arrival 33
  • Chapter 4 - Northwestern Conspiracy 39
  • Chapter 5 - The Irish Lord 45
  • Chapter 6 - Failed Rebellion 55
  • Chapter 7 - Peace Plans 63
  • Chapter 8 - Canadian Coalition 71
  • Chapter 9 - The Lake Erie Raid 79
  • Chapter 10 - Confederates in Charlottetown 91
  • Chapter 11 - The St. Albans Raid 105
  • Chapter 12 - Nation Builders at Quebec 117
  • Chapter 13 - Diplomatic Crisis 127
  • Chapter 14 - Firebombing New York 137
  • Chapter 15 - The Confederation Road Show 147
  • Chapter 16 - John Wilkes Booth 153
  • Chapter 17 - That Stupid Judge 165
  • Chapter 18 - Soldier of Empire 179
  • Chapter 19 - Winter Debates 189
  • Chapter 20 - Assassination 201
  • Epilogue - The Dominion of Canada 211
  • A Note on Sources 227
  • Bibliography 231
  • Notes 239
  • Index 251
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