4 edition of Indiana politics during the Civil War found in the catalog.
Indiana politics during the Civil War
Kenneth M. Stampp
|Statement||by Kenneth M. Stampp.|
|Series||Indiana historical collections ;, v. 31.|
|LC Classifications||F526 .S84 1978|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 300 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||300|
|LC Control Number||77023629|
2 days ago Voter suppression has been a part of the United States political scene since the nation's inception. From Jim Crow laws to the gutting of the Voting Rights Act of , citizens of the United. During the American Civil War, Indianapolis, the state capital of Indiana, was a major base of supplies for the Union. Governor Oliver P. Morton, a major supporter of President Abraham Lincoln, quickly made Indianapolis a gathering place to organize and train troops for the Union city became a major railroad hub for troop transport to Confederate lands, and therefore had military.
Hoosier Soldiers in the Civil War. Thomas E. Rodgers University of Southern Indiana. Introduction. According to official reports, , Hoosier men served in the Navy and Army during the Civil War. Of this number, 1, served in the Navy, 1, were African-Americans serving in black army units, and , were white males who served in the. Add a gift card to your order! Choose your denomination.
Hancock County, Indiana: Civil War Soldiers Plus Related Facts by Sue Baker Book Description: The purpose of this volume is to document as many soldiers as possible who resided in Hancock Co., IN, before, during or after the Civil War. More than names have been compiled from primary military sources, official Hancock Co. records. THE POLITICS OF IOWA DURING THE CIVIL WAR AND RECONSTRUCTION Download The Politics Of Iowa During The Civil War And Reconstruction ebook PDF or Read Online books in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to The Politics Of Iowa During The Civil War And Reconstruction book pdf for free now.
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Indiana Politics During the Civil War Hardcover – January 1, by Kenneth M. Stampp (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ — Hardcover, January 1, $ Cited by: Indiana is one of the few states whose role in the Civil War has not been the subject of a book-length study.
Yet of the states which participated in that great conflict perhaps none is more deserving of such attention. In a sense Indiana provides a case study in how the war affected a typical commonwealth of the Old Northwest. Excerpt from Indiana Politics During the Civil War This study is focused upon the political aspects of Indiana's war experience, but it is hoped that politics has been interpreted in its broadest sense.
It was in politics that the discords of that era found expression; it was through local politicians, close to the grass roots, that popular Author: Kenneth M. Stampp. "The Politics of Faith During the Civil War is an excellent book Indiana politics during the Civil War book the influence of home-front ministers during the Civil War era, every bit as interesting a subject as the oft-covered role of ministers as chaplains to the opposing armies Highly recommended."--Civil War Medicine and WritingCited by: 4.
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In the United States, this concept was most prominent during the American Civil War. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Stampp, Kenneth M. (Kenneth Milton). Indiana politics during the Civil War. Indianapolis, Indiana Historical Bureau, Indiana politics during the Civil War. Bloomington: Indiana University Press,  c (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Kenneth M Stampp; Frank and Virginia Williams Collection of Lincolniana (Mississippi State University.
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The War Begins. Issues related to economics and power, race and slavery dominated Indiana politics during the Civil War. At the center of it all stood Governor Oliver P. Morton, whose strong personality, skillful leadership, and sometimes ruthless policies made him the most prominent figure in the state’s political.
Party Politics after the Civil War Republicans who had achieved power in Indiana because of wartime issues struggled to maintain it after the war. Republican advocacy of black rights alienated many Hoosiers, but Republicans invoked the alleged disloyalty of Democrats during the Civil War to secure voters’ allegiance.
List of military units raised by the state of Indiana during the American Civil War. Artillery units. Half of the 20th Indiana Battery outside Chattanooga, TN, 1st Indiana Heavy Artillery Regiment: 9th Independent Battery Indiana Light Artillery: 18th Independent. "The Politics of Faith during the Civil War is an excellent analysis of political motivations of religious leaders of every sect, north and south." — The Advocate “[Wesley] delivers an engaging book-length study that details and examines the rhetorical practices of the clergy, their national organizations, and their congregations.
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Published inthis book is considered one of the best books ever written about the Civil War. The book discusses the political, social and military events of the Civil War era, starting with the events that led up to the war, such as the Dred Scott case and John Brown’s raid on Harper’s Ferry, and ties them all together to explain why.