Great Britain and the American Civil War

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Ephraim Douglass Adams

Series: Political Science and History
BISAC: HIS015000, HIS036050

Great Britain and the American Civil War is the telling of what the American Civil War meant to Great Britain; how she regarded it and how she reacted to it. This book is primarily a study in British history in the belief that the American drama had a world significance, and peculiarly a British one.
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List of Illustrations
Preface
Chapter I. BACKGROUNDS
Chapter II. FIRST KNOWLEDGE OF IMPENDING CONFLICT, 1860-61
Chapter III. THE DEVELOPMENT OF A POLICY, MAY, 1861
Chapter IV. BRITISH SUSPICION OF SEWARD
Chapter V. THE DECLARATION OF PARIS NEGOTIATION
Chapter VI. BULL RUN; CONSUL BUNCH; COTTON, AND MERCIER
Chapter VII. THE “TRENT”
Chapter VIII. THE BLOCKADE
Chapter IX. ENTER MR. LINDSAY
Chapter X. KING COTTON
Chapter XI. RUSSELL’S MEDIATION PLAN
Chapter XII. THE EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION
Chapter XIII. THE LAIRD RAMS
Chapter XIV. ROEBUCK’S MOTION
Chapter XV. THE SOUTHERN INDEPENDENCE ASSOCIATION
Chapter XVI. BRITISH CONFIDENCE IN THE SOUTH
Chapter XVII. THE END OF THE WAR
Chapter XVIII. THE KEY-NOTE OF BRITISH ATTITUDE
INDEX

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