Reconstruction and Reform
Oxford University Press, 1994 - 192 Seiten
After the Civil War, there was great devastation but also great expansion & accomplishment. The opening chapters of this book look at the many issues faced by Andrew Johnson, including impeachment. Other chapters examine westward exploration & settlement, the experiences of native peoples, immigration, & the ongoing difficulties faced by African Americans. A period of about 30 years is covered. Students will be fascinated by the many events that are presented. Chronology, bibliography, & index. Part of the History of US series.
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