Beyond North and South: Putting the West in the Civil War and Reconstruction

  title={Beyond North and South: Putting the West in the Civil War and Reconstruction},
  author={Stacey L. Smith},
  journal={The Journal of the Civil War Era},
  pages={566 - 591}
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How California Was Won: Race, Citizenship, And The Colonial Roots Of California, 1846 – 1879
The construction of California as an American state was a colonial project premised upon Indigenous removal, state-supported land dispossession, the perpetuation of unfree labor systems and legal,Expand
The Compromise of 1850 and the Search for a Usable Past
  • M. Woods
  • History
  • The Journal of the Civil War Era
  • 2019
Abstract:Generations of scholars have searched the Compromise of 1850 for insight into contemporary problems, but history’s lessons are never crystal clear. This historio-graphical essay surveys aExpand
War in Indian Country
  • Kevin Waite
  • History
  • The Cambridge History of the American Civil War
  • 2019
“Our ice-islands”: Images of Alaska in the Reconstruction Era
Author(s): Charlton, Ryan | Abstract: Abstract: Over the last two decades, scholars of Reconstruction have expanded their focus beyond the traditional regional and temporal boundaries of the campaignExpand
Women, Gender, and the Boundaries of Reconstruction
Abstract:This essay surveys Reconstruction scholarship centrally concerned with women and gender published since the 1990s. By drawing on gender theory, particularly the insights of intersectionalExpand


Empire and Liberty: The Civil War and the West
Read more and get great! That's what the book enPDFd empire and liberty the civil war and the west will give for every reader to read this book. This is an on-line book provided in this website. EvenExpand
The Significance of the Frontier in American History
I had intended to begin my review of this book of essays by recommending that every subscriber to the Journal of the Early Republic read and ponder it. That was before I noticed the list price. GivenExpand
A Misplaced Massacre: Struggling over the Memory of Sand Creek
In the early morning of November 29, 1864, with the fate of the Union still uncertain, part of the First Colorado and nearly all of the Third Colorado volunteer regiments, commanded by Colonel JohnExpand
After Appomattox: Military Occupation and the Ends of War
On April 8, 1865, after four years of civil war, General Robert E. Lee wrote to General Ulysses S. Grant asking for peace. Peace was beyond his authority to negotiate, Grant replied, but surrenderExpand