Books at Greenley that contain Primary Sources
Antebellum Women: private, public, partisan.
Carol Lesser & Stacey Robertson.
|HQ1418 .L37 2010||
The book includes a selection of primary documents that encompasses both well-known works and previously unpublished texts representing a variety of genres, making Antebellum Women a unique volume work that will introduce readers to the documentary record as well as to the vibrant body of historical work on gender in the early nineteenth century.
|The Civil War, 1860-1865. Editor: James M. McPherson||REF E464 .C4384 2014||Defining Documents in American History: Civil War (1860-1865) "surveys key documents produced during the Civil War with special attention devoted to the war-time policies of President Abraham Lincoln and the 37th US Congress.|
|The emergence of Modern America (1874-1917)||REF E661 .E447 2014|
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