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The New York Times disunion

Edward L. Widmer

The New York Times disunion

a history of the Civil War

by Edward L. Widmer

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • History

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Other titlesNew York times.
    Statementedited by Ted Widmer, with Clay Risen and George Kalogerakis
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE468 .N493 2016
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 374 pages
    Number of Pages374
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27220645M
    ISBN 100190621834
    ISBN 109780190621834
    LC Control Number2016015114
    OCLC/WorldCa945719078

      New York Times (Hardcover) Disunion: Modern Historians Revisit and Reconsider the Civil War from Lincoln's Election to the Emancipation Proclamation. By The New York Times, Ted Widmer (Editor), Clay Risen, George Kalogerakis. Black Dog & Leventhal, , pp. Publication Date:   A major new collection of modern commentary - from scholars, historians, and Civil War buffs - on the significant events of the Civil War, culled from The New York Times' popular Disunion online journal.. Since its debut on November 6, , Disunion, The New York Times' acclaimed journal about the Civil War, has published hundreds of original articles and .

      In Disunion, Edward L. Widmer, George Kalogerakis, and Clay Risen bring together the best essays of the celebrated New York Times blog to offer a unique and unforgettable history of The Civil War, from Fort Sumter to :   There have been books, articles and blog posts. The New York Times started Disunion in October and its columns have detailed events large and small; people famous and obscure; and causes won, lost, remembered and forgotten between and

      A major new collection of modern commentary? from scholars, historians, and Civil War buffs?on the significant events of the Civil War, culled from The New York Times' popular Disunion on-line journal Since its debut on November 6, , Disunion, The New York Times' acclaimed journal about the Civil War, has published hundreds of original articles and /5(). New York Times | A major collection of modern commentary from scholars, historians, and Civil War buffs on the significant events of the Civil War, culled from The New York Times' popular Disunion on-line journal.


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Noted academics, scholars, editors, and historians contribute to a collection of fresh, provocative essays on the Civil War, first published in digital form by the New York Times. Times’ editors Risen (American Whiskey, Bourbon & Rye: A Guide to the Nation's Favorite Spirit,etc.) and Kalogerakis team up with Widmer (Director, John Carter Brown Library/Brown Univ.; Brown:.

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