Lincoln's Darkest Year: The War in 1862 by William Marvel

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Lincoln's Darkest Year: The War in 1862
Lincoln's Darkest Year: The War in 1862 by William Marvel
English | 2008 | ISBN: 0618858695 | 480 pages | PDF | 10 MB


A revealing look at Lincolns actions in 1862”and a nation in the midst of war

Lincolns Darkest Year offers a gripping narrative of 1862, a pivotal year in our countrys Civil War. Marvel continues the story he began in Mr. Lincoln Goes to War, which focused on Lincolns first year in office, again relying on recently unearthed primary sources and little-known accounts to paint a picture of this critical year in newfound detail. Lincolns Darkest Year highlights not just the actions but also the deeper motivations of the major figures, including General Ulysses S. Grant, Jefferson Davis, George McClellan, Stonewall Jackson, and, most notably, Lincoln himself. As the action darts from the White House to the battlefields and back, Marvel sheds new light on the hardships endured by everyday citizens and the substantial and sustained public opposition to the war.

The second in a planned four-part series on the Civil War, and the first major reexamination in over fifty years, Lincolns Darkest Year stands apart from traditional assumptions and narratives about the early years of the Civil War. Marvel combines fluid prose and scholarship with the skills of an investigative historical detective to unearth the true story of our nations greatest crisis.

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