Recommended OS 4.2 or better. Now you can study the American Civil War from first-hand perspective. This essential app includes 65 primary source accounts ...
Recommended OS 4.2 or better. Now you can study the American Civil War from first-hand perspective. This essential app includes 65 primary source accounts of Americaâ€™s biggest struggle. No source is better than the original. It is untainted and tells the history as it happened. The content in this app is included in our colossal â€œFirst-hand History of Americaâ€ app with nearly 700 primary source accounts. *This App includes 65 First-hand Accounts: - Lincoln and Reconstruction - Edward Baker's Reply to Breckenridge - Lincoln's Inauguration - Secession as a Constitutional Right - Beauregard Reports the Fall of Fort Sumter - Grant Asks for a Commission in the Army - The First Battle of Bull Run - Bull Run as Seen Through Critical English Eyes - The Trent Affair - Jefferson Davis' Farewell Address to the Senate - Inaugural Address of Jefferson Davis - Toombs on Resigning from the Senate - Lincoln's Farewell Words in Springfield - The Siege and Capture of Fort Sumter - Lincoln and His Cabinet - The Capture of Fort Donelson - The Monitor and the Merrimac in Action - The Battle of Shiloh - The Capture of New Orleans - The Peninsular Campaign - The Second Battle of Bull Run - Antietam - How the Emancipation Proclamation was Drafted - Hooker Placed in Command of the Army of the Potomac - The Battle of Chancellorsville - The Death of Stonewall Jackson - Pickett's Charge at Gettysburg - The Siege of Vicksburg - The Battle of Chickamauga - Lookout Mountain and Missionary Ridge - The Emancipation Proclamation, 1863 - The Battle of Gettysburg - Lincoln's Gettysburg Address, 1863 - Proclamation of Amnesty - Lee and Grant in the Wilderness - The Sinking of the "Alabama" - Sheridan's Ride from Winchester - Sherman's March to the Sea - Farragut in Mobile Bay - Lincoln Reelected President - The Battle of Fredericksburg - Lincoln's Letter to Mrs. Bixby, 1864 - Lincoln's Second Inaugural Address, March 4, 1865 - Lincoln's Last Words in Public - Lincoln's Presentiment on the Day of His Assassination - Assassination of Lincolnâ€â€Stanton's Official Announcement - The Assassination of Lincoln - The Death of Lincoln - The Funeral of Lincoln - The Pursuit, Capture, Death and Burial of Booth - Thomas Defeats Hood at Nashville - The Hampton Roads Conference - The Evacuation and Fall of Richmond - The Last Stand of Lee's Army - The Surrender of Lee at Appomattox - Davis's Flight from Richmond and Capture in Georgia - The Disbanding of the Federal Army - Terms of Lee's Surrender at Appomattox - Lee's Farewell to His Army, 1865 - General Grant Reviews Post-War Conditions in the South - Robert E. Lee's Attitude After the War - General Carl Schurz's Conclusion - Beecher's Speech in Liverpool - The Kansas-Nebraska Bill, 1866 - Proclamation Declaring the Insurrection at an End Main Features: - Create multiple tabs (study/compare several documents simultaneously) - Auto-scrolling (variable speed, portrait/landscape) - Adjustable font size - Double-tap to toggle full screen - Night mode - black background with white text - Highlighting (individual words, phrases, paragraphs; includes 12 colors, bold, underline, and italics) - Bookmarks - Personal Notes - Document Select Rolodex (quick navigation tool for finding/selecting a document) - Full Search - Return to where you left off reading when you open the program
Size: 7.75 MB
Price: $ 0.00
Day of release: 0000-00-0