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The book includes a selection of primary documents that encompasses both well-known works and previously unpublished texts representing a variety of genres, making Antebellum Women a unique volume work that will introduce readers to the documentary record as well as to the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  
Thomas D. Greenley

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