2 edition of diplomatic history of the Southern Confederacy. found in the catalog.
diplomatic history of the Southern Confederacy.
James Morton Callahan
|Statement||By James Morton Callahan, PH. D.|
|Series||The Albert Shaw lectures on diplomatic history,, 1900|
|LC Classifications||JX1429 .C2|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||304|
|LC Control Number||01006036|
Confederate diplomatic efforts In researching the U.S. Civil War, I located some information about Confederate overtures to the Lincoln Administration at the start of the Civil War. Apparently, Confederate President Jefferson Davis sent representatives to meet with Mr. Lincoln at the start of the war, but he refused to meet with them. The United Daughters of the Confederacy, a women’s group that was formed in , led the effort to revise Confederate history at the turn of the .
A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Confederacy Including the Diplomatic Correspondence (Paperback) by James D Richardson and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Confederate States of America, the government of 11 Southern states that seceded from the Union in –61, following the election of Abraham Lincoln as U.S. president, prompting the American Civil War (–65). The Confederacy acted as a separate government until defeated in the spring of
Confederate opinion, led by President Jefferson Davis, was dominated by "King Cotton," the idea that British dependence on cotton for its large textile industry would lead to diplomatic recognition and mediation or military intervention. The Confederates had not sent out agents ahead of time to ascertain if the King Cotton policy would be effective. – The Civil War and International Diplomacy. In , eleven states seceded from the United States to form the Confederate States of America and, over the course of the next four years, the U.S. fought to bring the Confederate States back under control. The Battle of Gettysburg, by Currier and Ives. () During the Civil War the Confederacy repeatedly sought international support for its .
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Springfield, Mass., Walden Press, The diplomatic history of the Southern Confederacy. [James Morton Callahan] -- "This volume is a study of the efforts of the Confederate authorities to secure foreign recognition and support.
It considers also the forces which controlled the European powers and defeated the. A History of the Southern Confederacy. Clement Eaton. Rating details 17 ratings 3 reviews. A study of the social, political, and military history of the Confederacy, looking at how the morale of the people and the army affected the outcome of the war, analyzing the operation of the Confederate government, and delineating the changes which occurred in the society of the Old South /5(3).
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The diplomatic history of the southern Confederacy Item Preview remove-circle The diplomatic history of the southern Confederacy by Callahan, James Morton, Publication date Pages: First published in the New York "Citizen" inthe reminiscences of Edwin C.
DeLeon - a Confederate foreign agent in France - sank out of sight until its recent reprint () by William C. Davis. This book is an event because for the first time it discloses the attitudes and the intrigues of the Confederate diplomats in s: 1.
On Apfollowing diplomatic bickering over Lincoln’s pledge to get supplies to Union troops at Fort Sumter, Confederate forces fired shots at the fort and Union troops surrendered. Dowdey's History of the Confederacy is a well-written, engaging work in the great, if flawed, Lost Cause tradition of Civil War interpretation.
Written in the early s, Dowdey was writing in the long shadow of Douglas Southall Freeman, with whom he shares a passion for the Confederate cause, people and s: The Confederate Reprint Company specializes in providing primary source literature relating to the Antebellum, War Between the States, and Reconstruction periods of American history.
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[James Morton Callahan]. Southern diplomats abroad encouraged this interpretation and most of Europe acquiesced. While there have been some fine books about the diplomatic history of the era, none have dealt with the informal aspects of s: One of the Souths most urgent priorities in the Civil War was obtaining the recognition of foreign governments.
Edwin De Leon, a Confederate propagandist charged with wooing Britain and France, opens up this vital dimension of the war in the earliest known account by a Confederate foreign agent. First published in the New York Citizen in –68, De Leons memoir subsequently sank out of sight.
The Southern Victory series and Timeline are fan names given to a series of eleven alternate history novels by author Harry Turtledove, beginning with How Few Remain and published over a decade.
The period addressed in the series begins during the Civil War and spans nine decades, up to the mids. In the series, the Confederate States defeats the United States of America in. The Confederate States of America (CSA), commonly referred to as the Confederate States or the Confederacy, was an unrecognized breakaway state in existence from February 8, to May 9,that fought against the United States of America during the American Civil War.
The Confederacy was formed on February 8,by the seven secessionist slave states: South Carolina, Mississippi. One curious aspect of the book is its faltering attempt at psychohistory. Dowdey often lunges at psychological explanations for events and behaviour.
For instance, in An interesting older () popular history of the Civil War, told from the Southern perspective, and as such useful counterpoint to the customary Northern triumphalism/5(2). Faced with the horrific murders in South Carolina and the ensuing debate over the appropriateness of the Confederate flag, it’s even clearer than usual that history is not a dusty book on a shelf.
There has been more written about the Civil War than you could read in a lifetime, or a hundred lifetimes. But for those interested in learning. The United Daughters of the Confederacy (UDC) is an American hereditary association of Southern women established in in Nashville, has been labeled neo-Confederate by the Southern Poverty Law Center, which monitors hate groups and extremists.
The stated purposes of the organization include the commemoration of Confederate States Army soldiers and the funding of the .France and the United States: Their Diplomatic Relations () Case, Lynn M., and Warren E. Spencer. The United States and France: Civil War Diplomacy (); the standard scholarly study.
Doyle, Don H. The cause of all nations: An international history of the American civil war (Basic Books, ). Hanna, Alfred Jackson, and Kathryn Abbey Hanna. A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Confederacy Including the Diplomatic Correspondence - Primary Source Edition [RICHARDSON, JAMES D.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Confederacy Including the Diplomatic Correspondence - Primary Source EditionAuthor: JAMES D. RICHARDSON.