The New York Times, established in 1851, was one of the few newspapers with correspondents on the front lines throughout the Civil War.Read more...
The New York Times, established in 1851, was one of the few newspapers with correspondents on the front lines throughout the Civil War. "The Complete Civil War" collects every article written about the war from 1861 to 1865, plus select pieces before and after the war and is filled with the action, politics, and personal stories of this monumental event. From the first shot fired at Fort Sumter to the surrender at Appomattox, and from the Battle of Antietam to the Battle of Atlanta, as well as articles on slavery, states rights, the role of women, and profiles of noted heroes such as Ulysses S. Grant and Robert E. Lee, the era comes alive through these daily first-hand accounts.
--More than 600 of the most crucial and interesting articles in the book-typeset and designed for easy reading
--Commentary by Editors and Civil War scholars Harold Holzer and Craig Symonds
--More than 139,000 additional articles on the DVD-ROM--every article the "Times" published during the war.
--A detailed chronology highlights articles and events of interest that can be found on the disk.
Strikingly designed and illustrated with hundreds of maps, historical photographs, and engravings, this book is a treasure for Civil War and history buffs everywhere.