The US Civil War
The Official Records of the United States Government on what is alternatively known as The American Civil War, started to be compiled in 1864, began publication in 1881, and finished publication in 1901.
The Compilation consists of 128 books totaling 138,579 pages and is called: The Official Records of the War of the Rebellion. During the prewar (or Antebellum) period the United States Government functioned quite differently from how it does today, and the American South existed as an entirely different culture.
The fundamental questions of Republics, Confederations, Democracies, and Freedom itself were all put to the test, and the resulting consolidation of federal power was a critical watershed moment in the development of the United States of America as the world power it eventually became.
Class Information[edit | edit source]
This comprehensive course on the War of the Rebellion will be available in several sections each containing several review quizzes and an exit exam, all students and contributors are encouraged to register and render assistance to each other in on the discussion pages of the lessons.
Class Registration[edit | edit source]
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Class Contributors[edit | edit source]
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Class Syllabus[edit | edit source]
Lessons[edit | edit source]
- Week 1 (Civil War Overview)
- Week 2 (Prelude to a War)
- Week 3 (Fort Sumter)
- Week 4 (The Gentleman's War)
- Week 5 (1861)
- Week 6 (1862)
- Week 7 (Battle of Antietam)
- Week 8 (1863)
- Week 9 (Battle of Gettyburgs)
- Week 10 (1864)
- Week 11 (1865)
- Week 12 (Appomattox Court House)
- Week 13 (Reconstruction)
Quiz[edit | edit source]
Important People[edit | edit source]
Master Time line[edit | edit source]
Selected Bibliography[edit | edit source]
External Links[edit | edit source]
- Google Map of the American Civil War: Southern Assertiveness (1861-1863): Zoom in close on the battlefields and forts of the American Civil War.
- Google Map of the American Civil War: Divide & Conquer (1863-1865): Zoom in close on the battlefields and forts of the American Civil War.