The Union Is Dissolved!: Charleston and Fort Sumter in the Civil War

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  • Copyright: 2009-08-30
  • Publisher: History Pr
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Join Charleston historian Dougs Bostick as he traces the political turmoil of 1860 and early 1861, when the firebrands of secession in Charleston were pushing the South to act together in a decisive way. The Union Is Dissolved! chronicles the face-off between professor and student-Robert Anderson and Pierre G.T. Beauregard-and the firing on Fort Sumter, signaling the beginning of the American Civil War. Featuring many historical images and first-person accounts found in period newspapers and family papers, this fascinating volume offers a concise introduction to our nation's greatest struggle. Book jacket.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgementsp. 9
The Principles of Self-Determinationp. 11
The Fathers of Secessionp. 13
Lincoln Is Electedp. 17
A Southerner in Chargep. 31
"The Spirit Has Departed"p. 37
In the Dark of the Nightp. 47
Big Redp. 55
Horses and Spiesp. 67
The Confederate Statesp. 75
The Student Arrivesp. 79
A New Presidentp. 85
Friends to Charlestonp. 89
"A Sheep Tied"p. 95
The First Shotp. 101
Bloodless Victoryp. 113
Epiloguep. 121
Bibliographyp. 125
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