5 edition of Lincoln and the tools of war found in the catalog.
|Statement||Robert V. Bruce ; foreword by Benjamin P. Thomas.|
|LC Classifications||E491 .B7 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 368 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||368|
|ISBN 10||0252016653, 0252060903|
|LC Control Number||89004830|
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Out of 5 stars Lincoln Lincoln and the tools of war book the Tools of War. Reviewed in the United States on Septem This book examines President Abraham Lincoln's Lincoln and the tools of war book to encourage the Union military to be open to new technology that could give the Union military an advantage on the battlefield during the Civil War/5.
I recommend this book for anyone: (1) interested in the history of military technology and weapons; (2) looking for a book that examines a different aspect of the Civil War; (3) studying the human element in the success or failure of military innovation; or Lincoln and the tools of war book seeking a different perspective on /5(8).
Lincoln and the Tools of War book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Fascinated by mechanical gadgetry and technology /5. Fascinated by mechanical gadgetry and technology, Lincoln introduced breechloaders and machine guns into warfare and promoted the use of incendiary weapons, ironclad warships, breechloading cannons, and aerial reconnaissance.
Robert Bruce chronicles the President's struggle against bureaucratic red tape and his dealings with the colorful parade of inventors, ordinance experts, bureaucrats. Read the full-text online edition of Lincoln and the Tools of War ().
Home» Browse» Books» Book details, Lincoln and the Tools of War. Lincoln and the Tools of War. By Robert V. Bruce. No cover image. Lincoln and the Tools of War The war came, and Lincoln the President, in whatever time he could spare from other duties, turned.
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Synopsis First published inthis is an account of the arming of the Union forces in the Civil War, and of Lincoln’s part in it. a proposed poison gas, and so on down to the book is a big American story of Washington in wartime, and it.
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Fascinated by mechanical gadgetry and technology, Lincoln introduced breechloaders and machine guns into warfare and promoted the use of incendiary weapons, ironclad warships, breechloading cannons, and aerial reconnaissance.
Lincoln and the Tools of War, first published inis the masterful account by Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Lincoln and the tools of war book V. Bruce () of Abraham Lincoln's efforts to equip the Union Army during the Civil ated by mechanical gadgetry and technology, Lincoln introduced breechloaders and machine guns into warfare and promoted the use of incendiary weapons, ironclad Brand: Papamoa Press.
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Full text of "Lincoln. The legend of the Lincoln County War and its most romantic figure, Billy the Kid, holds a special place in the history of the American West. Fueled by greed, propelled by religious and racial prejudice, inflamed by liquor and firearms, the war was a struggle to the death for the economic domination of a region where both sides saw enormous opportunity for acquiring wealth/5(20).
Lincoln: A Novel is a historical novel, part of the Narratives of Empire series by Gore Vidal. Set during the American Civil War, the novel describes the presidency of Abraham Lincoln through the eyes of several historical figures, including presidential secretary John Hay, First Lady Mary Todd Lincoln, Secretary of State William H.
Seward, Secretary of the Treasury Salmon Chase, his daughter Author: Gore Vidal. Read this book on Questia. In Abraham Lincoln and Civil War America, historian William Gienapp provides a remarkably concise, up-to-date, and vibrant biography of the most revered figure in. Lincoln and the tools of war by Robert V.
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Lincoln and the Power of the Press: The War for Public Opinion is a book by Harold Holzer, which was published by Simon & Schuster in Awards [ edit ] It received the Lincoln Prize in Author: Harold Holzer. "Ted Widmer's Lincoln On the Verge is an impressively vivid and intimate portrait of Abraham Lincoln on his historic train journey from Illinois to Washington D.C.
(where he was sworn-in as America's 16th president). With a deft blend of textured storytelling and fresh research Widmer recounts the widespread uncertainty and fear that Released on: Ap Book is in Very Good Condition. Text will be unmarked. May show some signs of use or wear.
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Grant, the succession of Northern generals during the Civil War receives a thorough scouring in this massive, elegant t Civil War historian Sears (Gettysburg,etc.) sifts through the archives to track how the Army of President Abraham Lincoln took some years and Brand: HMH Books.
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Simply print this Civil War for Kids Mini Book. But on the day it was delivered, March 4,with the Union on the brink of victory in the Civil War, Lincoln had trouble placating his own party, much less his political opponents. In Abraham Lincoln and Civil War America, historian William Gienapp provides a remarkably concise, up-to-date, and vibrant biography of the most revered figure in United States history.
While the heart of the book focuses on the Civil War, Gienapp begins with a finely etched portrait of Lincoln's early life, from pioneer farm boy to politician and lawyer in Springfield, to his stunning 3/5(1). Lincoln’s oversight of military strategy consumes most of the book.
When Gen. de Beauregard fired on Fort Sumter in AprilLincoln was as green as any : Jean Edward Smith. Lincoln used the tools the Constitution gave him to confront three intertwined issues of the Civil War—the secession of Southern states, slavery and wartime civil liberties.
Secession: By the time Lincoln took the constitutional oath of office as president, seven states had already seceded from the Union.
Both of these newspapers have a history of criticizing the Lincoln administration and were blamed by Republicans (Lincoln’s party) for starting the Draft Riots by publishing anti-war editorials.
Government and military officials are alarmed by this fake proclamation, fearing it could provoke unrest. This newly published book is a collection of the research of the late Nora True Henn. Henn arrived in new Mexico in and started researching the Lincoln County Wars meticulously.
Her works remained unpublished at the time of her death in ALA > Tools, Publications & Resources > Programming & Exhibitions > Lincoln: The Constitution and the Civil War > Lincoln: The Constitution and the Civil War Tools, Publications & Resources ALA Research & Library Topics.
John Fabian Witt, Lincoln’s Code: The Laws of War in American History (New York: Free Press, ) Review by David Luban. Yale legal historian John Fabian Witt has written a superb, illuminating, and startling history of U.S. involvement with the laws of war, from the Revolution to.
Get the essential Lincoln in a brief and accessible format. From famous documents like the Lincoln-Douglas debates to crucial memoranda and letters, Abraham Lincoln, Slavery, and the Civil War reveals the development of his views on all the critical issues of the day, including free labor, antebellum politics and the Republican party, slavery, secession, the Civil War, and : Michael P.
Johnson. One of the world’s foremost Lincoln scholars offers a selection of the president’s writings and remarks on war, its conduct, trials, horror and meaning. From his inauguration to his assassination, Lincoln fulfilled the role of commander in chief so skillfully as to become a model for succeeding presidents—reason enough, Holzer (Lincoln Author: Harold Holzer.
Lincoln and Civil Liberties. Mark E. Neely Jr., The Fate of Liberty: Abraham Lincoln and Civil Liberties (Oxford University Press).
This is not really a Lincoln book so much as it is a complex analysis of civil liberties in wartime. Neely is yet another author who could.
Abraham Lincoln and Civil War America: A Biography by William E. Gienapp. Specifically, it will discuss the most interesting and surprising thing discovered after reading this book. The most surprising aspect of the book was he was only 56 when he died, because he appears much older in the portraits and images Americans are familiar with, and.
Abraham Lincoln and Men of War-Times Some Personal Recollections of War and Politics During The Lincoln Administrat by McClure, A. K., LL.D., (Intro., Dr. Lambdin) and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Sandburg, however, did not end his relationship with Lincoln at the publishing of The War Years.
He continued to work with Lincoln even after he moved to North Carolina in ,and in Sandburg published an abridged (or “distilled” as Sandburg referred to it) one-volume edition of Abraham Lincoln: The Prairie Years and The War Years.
My favorite Lincoln book so far -- and one that seems to be overlooked by most people -- is Father Abraham: Lincoln's Relentless Struggle to End Slavery, by Richard Striner. Striner's book is real history.
But I'm also a sucker for memoirs or other recollections by people who actually knew Lincoln and have lots of wonderful anecdotes about him to share. The book opens with the story of how the young George Washington “became for a short while the world’s most notorious violator of the laws and usages of war” (because of a claim that his troops murdered a prisoner of war), and it ends with the astonishing history behind the U.S.
Rules of Land Warfare—written by Army Colonel Edwin. A book I thoroughly enjoyed, another book by a woman that didn't get much press, although very good reviews is:The Case of Abraham Lincoln, by Julie M.
Fenster. Just when (as she says) you thought everything was found out about Lincoln she found the transcripts of a major murder trial where Lincoln was the defense attorney. Abraham Lincoln has consistently been hailed as the greatest US president, by the public and historians alike.
His achievements lie at the heart of the nation’s identity, not least his preservation of the Union in the face of a bloody war, and his firmly held view that the Declaration of Independence applied to all men in its dispensation of human rights. America Makes War and Peace in Lincoln's Final Year Harold Holzer Book Description In Americans faced some of the most important issues in the nation's history: the final battles of the Civil War, the struggle to pass the Thirteenth Amendment, the peace process, reconstruction, the role of freed slaves, the tragedy of Abraham Lincoln's assassination, and the trials of the conspirators.
A fascinating study of the intersection of war and economic conditions, Pdf Mercenaries shows how economic pressures played a role during the Civil War and continued to play one even after the conclusion of the war when relative poverty among Union recruits helped fuel the demand for veterans’ pensions.
Lincoln is known for the Civil War victory and abolition of slavery. Kevin Peraino says he should also be remembered for foreign policy. Why Lincoln’s "one war at .In the weeks following the September publication of Yale Law School Ebook John Ebook Witt’s Lincoln’s Code, reviewers praised the book for providing rich, yet readable historical context to the debate over the role of the laws of war in American foreign policy.
Witt’s detailed narrative offers a middle ground between the idea.