The American Conflict: A History of the Great Rebellion in the United States of America, 1860-'64 : It's Causes, Incidents, and Results : Intended to Exhibit Especially Its Moral and Political Phases : with the Drift and Progress of American Opinion Respecting Human Slavery : from 1776 to the Close of the War for the Union - Vol. 2

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THE
AMERICAN CONFLICT:
A HISTORY
OF
THE GREAT REBELLION
IN THE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
1860-’65.

ITS
CAUSES, INCIDENTS, AND RESULTS:

INTENDED TO EXHIBIT ESPECIALLY ITS MORAL AND POLITICAL PHASES,
WITH THE

DRIFT AND PROGRESS OF AMERICAN OPINION
RESPECTING

HUMAN SLAVERY

From 1776 to the Close of the War for the Union.

BY HORACE GREELEY.

ILLUSTRATED BY PORTRAITS ON STEEL OF GENERALS, STATESMEN, AND OTHER EMINENT MEN: VIEWS OF
PLACES OF HISTORIC INTEREST: MAPS, DIAGRAMS OF BATTLE-FIELDS, NAVAL
ACTIONS, ETC.: FROM OFFICIAL SOURCES.

VOL. II.

HARTFORD:
PUBLISHED BY O. D. CASE & COMPANY.
1866.

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