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  • ISBN: 9781565855878
  • ISBN: 1565855876
  • Physical Description: 8 videodiscs (ca. 1440 min.) in 1 container : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 course guidebook (viii, 241 p. ; 20 cm.)
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  • Publisher: Chantilly, VA : Teaching Co., c2000.

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General Note: "Course no. 885."
The Course guidebook contains an outline of each of the 48 lectures; each lecture is 30 minutes.
Bibliography, etc.:
Includes bibliographical references (Course guidebook, p. 226-241).
Contents:
lecture 1. Prelude to war -- lecture 2. The election of 1860 -- lecture 3. The lower South secedes -- lecture 4. The crisis at Fort Sumter -- lecture 5. The opposing sides, I -- lecture 6. The opposing sides, II -- lecture 7. The common soldier -- lecture 8. First Manassas or Bull Run -- lecture 9. Contending for the border states -- lecture 10. Early Union triumphs in the west -- lecture 11. Shiloh and Corinth -- lecture 12. The Peninsula Campaign.
lecture 13. The Seven Days' battles -- lecture 14. The Kentucky campaign of 1862 -- lecture 15. Antietam -- lecture 16. The background to emancipation -- lecture 17. Emancipation completed -- lecture 18. Filling the ranks -- lecture 19. Sinews of war-finance and supply -- lecture 20. The war in the west, winter 1862-63 -- lecture 21. The war in Virginia, winter and spring 1862-63 -- lecture 22. Gettysburg -- lecture 23. Vicksburg, Port Hudson, and Tullahoma -- lecture 24. A season of uncertainty, summer and fall 1863.
lecture 25. Grant at Chattanooga -- lecture 26. The diplomatic front -- lecture 27. African-Americans in wartime, I -- lecture 28. African-Americans in wartime, II -- lecture 29. Wartime reconstruction -- lecture 30. The naval war -- lecture 31. The river war & Confederate commerce raiders -- lecture 32. Women at war, I -- lecture 33. Women at war, II -- lecture 34. Stalemate in 1864 -- lecture 35. Sherman versus Johnston in Georgia -- lecture 36. The wilderness to Spotsylvania.
lecture 37. Cold Harbor to Petersburg -- lecture 38. The Confederate home front, I -- lecture 39. The Confederate home front, II -- lecture 40. The Northern home front, I -- lecture 41. The Northern home front, II -- lecture 42. Prisoners of war -- lecture 43. Mobile Bay and Atlanta -- lecture 44. Petersburg, the Crater, and the Valley -- lecture 45. The final campaigns -- lecture 46. Petersburg to Appomattox -- lecture 47. Closing scenes and reckonings -- lecture 48. Remembering the war.
Participant or Performer: Lecturer: Professor Gary W. Gallagher, University of Virginia.
Summary, etc.: Examines the causes of the American Civil War, why the North won, how military campaigns unfolded, and how the war affected various elements of American society.
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Subject: United States History Civil War, 1861-1865
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