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The Draft in the Civil War
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A 5 page outline of the history of the draft or conscription in the American Civil War. Concludes that the effectiveness of the draft declined in both the North and the South as the war raged on. This was due to different factors. The South simply didnít have the manpower to continue to supply draft requirements and the poor Northerners began to rebel against the draft because it targeted them more so than the wealthy and because they began to understand the full socio-economic implications of emancipation. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Post Civil War Reconstruction Policies
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A 12 page review of the years following the Civil War and the Reconstruction policies which were in place. Contrasts the goals and policies of Congress with those of Presidents Lincoln and his successor President Andrew Johnson. Emphasizes the impacts of these policies on the reentry of the Southern states to the Union and to the blacks who have been freed by the War. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Grant's Civil War Strategy
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A 10 page paper that describes Grant's strategies in the Civil War. The writer presents the theory that Grant's denial of prisoner of war exchange did not result in the outcomes he expected. Rather than decreasing the Confederate forces by keeping their soldiers in Northern prisons and work camps, this strategy resulted in decreases in the Union forces and could have cost the Union victory. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
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General P.G.T. Beauregard & The Civil War
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A 10 page research paper that investigates P.G.T. Beauregard. A brief overview of his life is offered but the main focus is on his activities during the Civil War. Historically considered to be a poor commander, one expert said that he was becoming more competent when he was defeated at Shiloh, which resulted in very minor future assignments. He was very successful as a private citizen after the war. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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Ohio History: Civil War Through the 1960s
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An 11 page discussion of Ohioís political and economic history since the civil war. Traces the evolution of Cincinnati to an industrial giant, her involvement in the Progressive era and the many hardships faced by Ohio citizens, as well as her involvement in World War II. Provides information on the Cincinnati mayoral administrations of Tony Celebrezze, Ralph S. Locher,Carl B. Stokes and Ralph J. Perk as well. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: PPohio.wps

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