7 edition of Civil War Boston found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 287-296) and index.
|Statement||Thomas H. O"Connor.|
|LC Classifications||F73.44 .O25 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 313 p. :|
|Number of Pages||313|
|LC Control Number||97015747|
Discussing the effect of the turbulent war years on the city's civilian population, O'Connor examines the unique role that Boston and its inhabitants played in the Civil War. He follows the experiences of four distinctive groups of people who formed antebellum Boston: businessmen, Irish Catholic immigrants, African Americans, and women. In this informative microcosmic study of a city during four crucial years, O'Connor (The Boston Irish, ) describes how the Civil War's battlefield upheavals were matched by quieter revolutions in metropolitan society, commerce, and politics. One part of O'Connor's narrative—the progress of the Hub's soldiers through four unexpected years of agonyis enlivened by excerpts from.
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Civil War Boston Learn about Boston's central role in the Civil War -- the war that many call the nation's "second revolution." Boston was the Hub of Abolitionism: anti-slavery Bostonians, inspired by the legacy of liberty of the American Revolution, were determined to honor and extend that legacy to include freedom for slaves.
“This is the best book on the history of Boston to be written in decades ranking in readerly charm and narrative grip with the books of Barbara Tuchman and Doris Kearns Goodwin.”—Jack Beatty, Boston magazine “This is an indispensable book for any serious student of the Civil War.”—David Herbert DonaldCited by: 2.
This book gives us a truer understanding of the Boston and Massachusetts involvement in the build up to the Civil War. Well laid out and documented. I am buying additional copies for my Civil War Round table/5(18).
Boston and the Civil War book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Boston's black and white abolitionists forged a second Amer /5. Barbara Berenson presented an illustrated talk last night at the Framingham Public Library about her new book, “Boston and the Civil War” and it was outstanding.
Barbara’s talk focused on the events that led up to the Civil War and the role that Boston played in the abolition of slavery. The [Civil War] Soldiers and Sailors Monument is on the hill in Boston Common near the Frog Pond.
It was designed by Martin Milmore, and dedicated on September 17th,when the entire militia force of the State paraded in Boston, and Civil War Boston book reviewed by the President of the United States. Massachusetts played a major role in the causes of the American Civil War, particularly with regard to the political ramifications of the antislavery abolitionist movement.
Antislavery activists in Massachusetts sought to influence public opinion and applied moral and political pressure on the United States Congress to abolish slavery. William Lloyd Garrison (), of Boston began. The American Civil War () was a civil war in the United States of America.
Eleven Southern slave states declared their secession from the United States and formed the Confederate States of America, also known as "the Confederacy".
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in the Trustees' Room, unless otherwise specified at the Security Desk. The group meets to discuss themes of the war broadly, such as leadership; battles; military matters; civilian and home front people and events; slavery; and pre-war and post-war politics.
Interweaving vivid portraits of the Boston community with major political and military events of the Civil War, O’Connor relates how the war forever changed lives, disrupted homes, altered work habits, reshaped political allegiances, and transformed by: Civil War Round Table of Greater Boston, Waltham, Ma.
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Since colonial days, people held as slaves embraced American principles of liberty and equality as their own best hope for freedom and better treatment.
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Charles Carleton Coffin (J – March 2, ) was an American journalist, American Civil War correspondent, author and politician. Coffin was one of the best-known newspaper correspondents of the American Civil has been called "the Ernie Pyle of his era," and a biographer, W.E. Griffis, referred to him as "a soldier of the pen and knight of the truth."Alma mater: Pembroke Academy.
We made a special trip to Boston to visit the Robert Gould Shaw Memorial located right across the street from the MA State House. It was worth all the effort to see this monument honoring the brave Colonel Shaw and the 54th Volunteer Infantry Regiment.5/5(8). Get this from a library. Civil War Boston: home front and battlefield.
[Thomas H O'Connor; Frank and Virginia Williams Collection of Lincolniana (Mississippi State University. Libraries)] -- Thomas H. O'Connor examines the dramatic ways in which the Civil War affected Bostonians on the home front, and discusses how they in turn contributed to the Union cause.
I learned this by reading “After Lincoln: How the North Won the Civil War and Lost the Peace” (Simon and Schuster, ) by A.J. Langguth. It tells the story of Reconstruction via vivid. State Records [edit | edit source]. During the Civil War overmen from Massachusetts served in the Union Army.
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Two of the most notable were Georges and Gallops Islands.