Abraham Lincoln and a New Birth of Freedom: The Union and Slavery in the Diplomacy of the Civil War

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Index
abolition: and Britain, 129; and colonization, 91; and dissolution of the Union, 50; and the Emancipation Proclamation, 145; and equal rights for blacks, 38; and evangelical Christianity, 14; and gradual emancipation, 65; opposed by northerners, 38, and the purpose of the Civil War, 15, 83; viewed by Clay, 27; viewed by Lincoln, 14, 12, 23, 38, 83, 149, 150, 151, 187; without compensation, 14, 21, 38, 90
abolitionists: Emancipation Proclamation criticized by, 115-16; Lincoln viewed by, 189; viewed by Napoleon III, 180-81
Adams, Charles Francis: and British intervention, 70, 82, 108, 125, 137; and diplomatic recognition of the Confederacy, 46, 64, 124, 125; and emancipation, 39, 64; mentioned, 54, 63, 66, 67, 81, 85, 88, 177; and the sanctity of the Union, 38; and the Second Battle of Bull Run, 98; and slavery, 38, 39, 49, 50, 64, 80, 82.
Adams, Charles Francis, Jr., 8, 88
Adams, Henry, 88, 165
Alabama, 163
Alexandra, 163
American Colonization Society, 22
American Revolution. See Revolutionary War
Antietam, Battle of, 105-6; and foreign intervention, 4, 84, 106, 108-9, 110, 116, 156; and Lincoln, 108, 113- 14; mentioned, 107, 111, 112, 118, 122; and Union victory in the war, 120
Anti-Slavery Society, 63
Appomattox Courthouse, 17
Argyll, Duke of. and diplomatic recognition of the Confederacy, 48; and intervention in the American Civil War, 57, 92, 94-95, 129; and mediation, 107; slavery opposed by, 95, 154
Arizona, 24
Army of the Potomac, 4, 117
Austria, 70, 165; and diplomatic recognition of the Confederacy, 98, 181; and intervention in the American Civil War, 3, 102; and mediation, 130
Banks, Nathaniel, 179
Bates, Edward, 98
Belgium, 148, 165, 182
Belmont, August, 88
Benjamin, Judah P., 44, 79, 133, 143, 148; and French diplomatic recognition of the Confederacy, 184; and the French presence in Mexico, 182-83;

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