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CIVIL WAR HISTORY Index to Volume XXXI (1985) Abbott, Richard H., 144, 146, 148 Abolitionists and Working-Class Problems in the Age of Industrialization, rev'd., 85-86 Above the Battle: War Making m America From Appomattox to Vfersailles , rev'd., 181-82 Abraham Lincoln: The Man Behind the Myths, rev'd., 284-85 Abraham Lincoln Illustrated Envelopes and Letter Paper, 1860-1865, rev'd., 287-88 Adams, Charles Francis, 146, 155 Adams, James Truslow, 172 Adams, John Quincy: on land as equalizer , 72; position in antislavery movement , 156; Seward's mentor, 206 "Aftermath at Appomattox: Federal Military Occupation ofAppomattox County , May-November 1865," 5-23 American Anti-Slavery Society, 153, 157, 324 American Colonization Society, 156 American Freedmen's Inquiry Commission , 70 American Historical Association, 171, 172 American Historical Review, 171 Americans Interpret Their ChHl War, 144 Amos, Harriet E., rev, 91-92 Andrew, John A., Gov. Mass., 233 Andrews, Charles M., 172 Antislavery proponents. See Bailey, Gamaliel; Birney, James G. ; Douglass, Frederick; Garrison, William Lloyd: Leavitt, Joshua; Pillsbury, Parker; Smith, Gerrit; Stanton, Henry B. Tappan, Lewis; Tilton, Theodore Weld, Theodore Armstrong, J. F., 30 Ashley, John, 67 Bailey, Gamaliel, 156 Bailyn, Bernard, 57 Baker, Eugene, Maj. USA, 329, 343 Baker, L. D., 115-16 Baldwin, John B., 50-51 Bancroft, George, 146, 153 Barnes, John S., Lt. USN, 27 Bassett, John Spencer, 176 Bates, Edward, Arty. Gen., 235 Battle-Pieces and Aspects of the War by Herman Melville, 138-40, 141 Battles: Campbells Station, 107, 108, 109; Chickamauga, 101, 103; Elk Horn Tavern, 163; Gettysburg, 101, 102, 109, 299, 304-5; Knoxville Campaign , 106-8; Lookout Mountain, 107; Lookout Valley, 105-6, 108, 109; Manassas, 167; Missionary Ridge, 107; Vicksburg Campaign, 135, 136; Wauhatchie, 106 Baugher, Rev. Henry L., 305 Baum, Dale, The Civil War Party System : The Case of Massachusetts, 1848-1876, rev'd., 77-78 Bayard, James A., Sen. Del., 216 Beale, Howard K., 174, 175, 176, 177 Beard, Charles A., 172 Beecher, Henry Ward, 153, 323 Beeson, John, 335 Bell, John, 6, 44, 215 Bell, Robert, Maj. USA, 8, 9, 10 BeIz, Herman, "Twentieth-Century American Historians and the Old South: A Review Essay," 171-80 Benjamin, Judah E, 216, 251, 252 Bennett, Augustus G., Lt. Col. USA, 224, 226, 227, 228, 229 Bennett, John W, 30 376 CIVIL WAR HISTORY Benning, Henry, Gen. CSA, 103 Bercovitch, Sacvan, 327 Berkeley, Kathleen, rev., 182-84 Berthoff, Rowland, rev., 280-81 Bigler, William, Sen. Penn., 199 Bimey, James G. , 156 Black, Jeremiah Sullivan, 153-54 Black Ketde, 337, 339 Black Labor in the South: Richmond, Virginia, 1865-1890, rev'd., 91-92 Black Liberation in Kentucky: Emancipation and Freedom, 1862-1884, rev'd., 191-92 Black Masters: A Free Family ofColor in the Old South, rev'd., 285-87 Blair, Henry W, 147 Blight, David W, "Frederick Douglass and tiie American Apocalypse," 309-28 Board ofIndian Commissioners, 331-36, 337, 341, 342, 344, 349, 350 Bogue, Allan G., rev, 77-78 Boker, George H., 128 Books reviewed: Abolitionists and Working -Class Problems in the Age of Industrialization , 85-86; Above the Battle : Wir Making in America From Appomattox to Versailles, 181-82; Abraham Lincoln: The Man Behind the Myths, 284-85; Abraham Lincoln Illustrated Envelopes and Letter Paper, 1860-1865, 287-88; Black Labor in the South: Richmond, Virginio, 1865-1890, 91-92; Black Liberation in Kentucky: Emancipation and Freedom , 1862-1884, 191-92; Black Masters: A Free Family ofColor in the Old South, 285-87; Cannoneers in Cray: The FieldArtillery ofthe Army of Tennessee, 1861-1865, 365-66; Chattanooga—A Death Grip on the Confederacy, 74-76; Chinese in the Post Civil War South: A People Without a History, 371-72; CMl War Party System, The: The Case of Massachusetts , 1848-1876, 77-78; Crucible of Race, The: Black-White Relations in the American South Since Emancipation , 368-70; Crusaders and Compromisers : Essays on the Relationship of the Antisfovery Struggle to the Antebellum Party System, 84-85; Death at Cross Pfoins: An Alabama Reconstruction Tragedy, 93-94; Dictionary of American Military Biography, 277-80; End of an Era, The: Volume Six of the Image of Wir, 1861-1865, 187-88; Essays on Lincolns Faith and Politics...

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1533-6271
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0009-8078
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pp. 375-388
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2012-01-04
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