The American Civil War at Troynovant:
clashes in The War of the Rebellion, 1860-1865
(or The War Between the States),
as well as debates on freedom & slavery, etc.;
listed by Title

Note that here we extend the duration beyond the years 1860-1865, to include the antecedent debates and conflicts, and Reconstruction afterwards. We also extend the topical breadth beyond the campaigns and battles of the Civil War proper, to history and biography of the era, issues of freedom and slavery, the extension of slavery into the Territories, the Free Soil movement, diplomacy, and so on.

We do not index here works whose subjects are concurrent but not really involved, such as Clarence Budington Kelland's novel Arizona; or partially inspired by the American Civil War, such as Joss Whedon's Firefly dvd series. Incidental references to the Civil War or its principals, ideas, and so on, also are not included here.
  


  
Civil War Day by Day, The
  An Almanac, 1861-1865
E. B. Long RW Franson
Cultural Literacy
  What Every American Needs to Know
E. D. Hirsch, Jr. RW Franson

Free-Soil Movement, The W McElroy

General, The Buster Keaton RW Franson

If Lee Had Not Won the Battle of Gettysburg Winston S. Churchill  RW Franson
Impending Crisis, The
  1848-1861
David M. Potter RW Franson

Lincoln and the Tools of War Robert V. Bruce RW Franson
Lincoln at Cooper Union
  The Speech That Made
  Abraham Lincoln President
Harold Holzer RW Franson
Lincoln Hunters, The Wilson Tucker RW Franson

Outlaw Josey Wales, The Clint Eastwood RW Franson,
DH Franson

Prelude to Greatness
  Lincoln in the 1850s
Don E. Fehrenbacher RW Franson

Swords and Swordsmen Mike Loades S Farrell
  

  
[In the fields near York.]

King Henry:

O piteous spectacle! O bloody times!

Whiles lions war and battle for their dens,
Poor harmless lambs abide their enmity.

Weep, wretched man, I'll aid thee tear for tear;
And let our hearts and eyes, like civil war,
Be blind with tears, and break o'ercharged with grief.

William Shakespeare
3 Henry VI, 2.5.73-78

  


  
Warfare at Troynovant
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weapons, martial arts; gun rights, freedom of self-defense
  

  
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Concerning Passes to Richmond

No pass is necessary now to authorize any one to go to & return from Petersburg & Richmond. People go & return just as they did before the war.
Abraham Lincoln
Washington, D.C.; 13 or 14 April 1865
The Collected Works of Abraham Lincoln, Volume VIII: 1864-1865
Speeches and Writings: 1859-1865
  

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