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The American Civil War

v1.1.6 / TOC (93 chapters) / 01 jul 17 / greg goebel

* This document provides an extended, chronological history of the American Civil War.

Abraham Lincoln


[1.0] Origins: A House Divided

[2.0] War Is A Terrible Thing

[3.0] Spring 1861: You Will Wantonly Strike A Hornet's Nest

[4.0] Spring 1861: I'll Fight Them On The Ice

[5.0] July 1861: We Will Give Them The Bayonet

[6.0] July-August 1861: The Presid't Is An Idiot

[7.0] August-September 1861: A Mighty Mean-Fowt Fight

[8.0] September-October 1861: I Can Do It All

[9.0] November-December 1861: Expect To Receive Aid From No One

[10.0] January-February 1862: Infernal, Unmitigated Cowardice

[11.0] February 1862: Unconditional And Immediate Surrender

[12.0] March 1862 (1): A Very Ugly Matter

[13.0] March 1862 (2): The Same Lonely Graves

[14.0] April 1862 (1): I Shall Ever Be An Advocate Of Peace

[15.0] April 1862 (2): An Infinite Deal Of Mischief

[16.0] April 1862 (3): He Fights

[17.0] May 1862 (1): Richmond Must Not Be Given Up

[18.0] May 1862 (2): General Jackson Is Crazy

[19.0] May 1862 (3): You'll Find Lovely Fighting Along The Whole Line

[20.0] June 1862 (1): Kill Them All

[21.0] June 1862 (2): That Living Specimen Of Gall And Hatred

[22.0] June 1862 (3): You Have Done Your Best To Sacrifice This Army

[23.0] June 1862 (4): Save Your Army At All Events

[24.0] July 1862 (1): I Expect To Maintain This Contest

[25.0] July 1862 (2): Headquarters In The Saddle

[26.0] August 1862 (1): I Call It Flat Treason

[27.0] August 1862 (2): He Will Suddenly Appear Where Least Expected

[28.0] August 1862 (3): Oh My God! Lay Me Down!

[29.0] August 1862 (4): It's Another Bull Run, Sir

[30.0] September 1862 (1): Will Send You Trophies

[31.0] September 1862 (2): Terrible As An Army With Banners

[32.0] September 1862 (3): Dead On The Field

[33.0] September 1862 (4): Forever Free

[34.0] October 1862: The Men Fell Like Grass

[35.0] November 1862: He Has Got The Slows

[36.0] December 1862 (1): Your Plan Will Be Murder

[37.0] December 1862 (2): We Are Now On The Brink Of Destruction

[38.0] December 1862 (3): I Want Those Fellows Caught

[39.0] December 1862 (4): Things Is Workin'

[40.0] January 1863 (1): The Auspicious Moment Has Arrived

[41.0] January 1863 (2): The Last One Of Them Should Be Killed

[42.0] February 1863: Deluded People, Cave In

[43.0] March 1863: The Most Infernal Expedition I Was Ever On

[44.0] April 1863: We'll Have Dispatches From Hell Before Breakfast

[45.0] May 1863 (1): I Have Got Lee Just Where I Want Him

[46.0] May 1863 (2): We Are Whipped

[47.0] June 1863 (1): I Consider Saving Vicksburg Hopeless

[48.0] June 1863 (2): You Will Have To Fight Like The Devil

[49.0] July 1863 (1): I Am Not Glad To See You

[50.0] July 1863 (2): We Might As Well Fight It Out Here

[51.0] July 1863 (3): Don't Forget Today That You Are From Old Virginia

[52.0] July 1863 (4): Oh, Too Bad

[53.0] July 1863 (5): They Cry Aloud For Mercy

[54.0] July 1863 (6): You Will Be Fired On

[55.0] August-September 1863: An Act Of Inexcusable Barbarity

[56.0] September 1863: A Mad, Irregular Battle

[57.0] October 1863: I Would Make This War As Severe As Possible

[58.0] November 1863 (1): A Gateway Torn Asunder

[59.0] November 1863 (2): And So Some Of Us Are

[60.0] December 1863 / January 1864: That Miserable & Contemptible Despot

[61.0] February 1864 (1): You Might As Well Get Killed There As Here

[62.0] February 1864 (2): That Means You, Mr. Benjamin

[63.0] March 1864: That Man Will Fight Us Every Day & Every Hour

[64.0] April 1864 (1): Lee's Army Will Be Your Objective

[65.0] April 1864 (2): The Next News ... Will Be Of A Defeat

[66.0] May 1864 (1): It's All A Damned Mess

[67.0] May 1864 (2): Oh God! Such Suffering!

[68.0] May 1864 (3): A Bottle Strongly Corked

[69.0] May 1864 (4): All That Has Gone Before Is Mere Skirmishing

[70.0] May 1864 (5): What Won't The Yankees Do Next

[71.0] June 1864 (1): It Seemed Almost Like Murder To Fire On You

[72.0] June 1864 (2): We Are Not Going To Charge

[73.0] June 1864 (3): Hell Has Broke Loose In Georgia

[74.0] June 1864 (4): Forrest Is A More Dangerous Man

[75.0] July 1864 (1): We Have Scared Abe Lincoln Like Hell

[76.0] July 1864 (2): He'll Hit You Like Hell

[77.0] August 1864 (1): Hold On With A Bulldog Grip

[78.0] August 1864 (2): Damn The Torpedoes! Full Speed Ahead!

[79.0] September 1864: War Is Cruelty, And You Cannot Refine It

[80.0] October 1864: I'll Give Him The Worst Licking He's Ever Had

[81.0] November 1864: It's All Hollow Inside

[82.0] December 1864: Didn't I Tell You We Could Lick 'Em?

[83.0] January 1865: Died Of A Theory

[84.0] February 1865: The Condition Of The South Is Pitiable

[85.0] March 1865 (1): With Malice Towards None

[86.0] March 1865 (2): They Will Repent

[87.0] April 1865 (1): I Would Rather Die A Thousand Deaths

[88.0] April 1865 (2): Useless, Useless

[89.0] The Aftermath, 1865:1867: You May Not Be Subdued, But I Am

[90.0] Postwar (1): It Was A Fool's Errand

[91.0] Postwar (2): Strike The Tent

[92.0] Civil War Notes

[93.0] Afterword


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