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Papers On U.S. History (19th Century)
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Civilian Life During the Civil War
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A 10 page paper covering the lives of housewives, children, and others during the 1860's while America was at war with itself. Disease, dropout rates, civilian volunteer efforts, and the changing role of women are among the many issues discussed. Some insight is also provided as to how life inherently differed in the South. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
Filename: Civilciv.wps

Confederate Partisan Ranger Activity
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A 27 page paper discussing the guerrilla warfare tactics employed by the Confederacy during the Civil War. Independent of stringent military control, most were led by men of integrity but other units used the war to indulge in theft and murder. In the end, some historians believe that partisan ranger activity prolonged the war; others believe that it could have prolonged the war to the extent that the South could have won. Whether viewed favorably or not, whether militarily effective or not, those Confederate rangers of integrity and constancy of purpose performed incalculable service for those left at home for the duration of the war. Their stories give a human touch to the history that so easily could be reduced these 130 years later to a listing of statistics and of the dates at which irrefutable changes were made in the course of the country. Bibliography lists 27 sources.
Filename: Cwranger.wps

General P.G.T. Beauregard & The Civil War
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A 10 page research paper that investigates P.G.T. Beauregard. A brief overview of his life is offered but the main focus is on his activities during the Civil War. Historically considered to be a poor commander, one expert said that he was becoming more competent when he was defeated at Shiloh, which resulted in very minor future assignments. He was very successful as a private citizen after the war. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: Beaugard.wps

Henry Wirz / Scapegoat For Civil War Crimes At Andersonville
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Confederate Major Henry Wirz has had his name soiled throughout history as the man responsible for some horrendous war crimes (mostly at Andersonville) during the conflict between North and South. In fact, he was the only Southern official to be executed for such crimes at the conclusion of the Civil War. In this 40 page thesis, the writer argues that Wirz was not as guilty as historians make him out to be;-- Through an in-depth analysis of Civil War history, the point is made that Wirz was actually only a scapegoat--and not genuinely responsible for the crimes that were committed. Bibliography lists approximately 30 sources.
Filename: Wirzthe.doc

Impact of American Civil War & Reconstruction On Federal vs. States Rights & Racial Equality Analyzed
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This 6 page research paper examines whether or not the American Civil War and the Reconstruction (1861-1877) adequately resolved the two central conflicts facing the fledgling nation -- the power of the federal government in relation to the states and the meaning of racial equality. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: Civlwrec.doc


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