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First chairman of the Confederate states of America; also a Mississippi senator and representative, and U.S. Secretary of battle under chairman Franklin Pierce. Davis to be born in Christian County, Kentucky, in 1808; died at new Orleans, Louisiana, in 1889; buried at Richmond, Virginia. Southern icon.Lochlainn Seabrook is a world acclaimed award-winning Civil war scholar, one unreconstructed southern historian, and a saturday generation Kentuckian. The most prolific and well respected living pro-South writer, he is the leading popularizer of polite War background and the neo-Victorian author and editor that 70 educational and also enlightening books ranging from Confederate history, civilization slavery, natural history, and American politics, come biography, genealogy, the paranormal, and also religion. Well-known by literary doubters as \"the new Shelby Foote\" and by his fans together \"the Voice of the timeless South,\" he has actually introduced hundreds of thousands come the truth about the war for southern Independence and the really teachings that Jesus. For much more information or to purchase Colonel Seabrook\"s books, visit our Webstore: www.SeaRavenPress.com


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Table the Contents

TABLE OF contents FOR SEA raven PRESS\" JEFFERSON DAVIS REPRINT A SHORT background OF THE CONFEDERATE says OF AMERICA:

Notes to the leader - 13

Preface, by Lochlainn Seabrook - 19

Editor\"s Introduction, by Lochlainn Seabrook - 21

Introduction, by Jefferson Davis - 37

PART 1: prior to SECESSION

CHAPTER 1: causes OF THE WAR in between THE states - 47

CHAPTER 2: NEGRO enslavement & THE SLAVE-TRADE - 50

CHAPTER 3: THE expansion OF enslavement - 52

CHAPTER 4: THE MISSOURI compromise - 54

CHAPTER 5: THE COMPROMISE actions - 57

CHAPTER 6: national politics IN MISSISSIPPI - 59

CHAPTER 7: THE KANSAS- NEBRASKA problem - 61

CHAPTER 8: THE ABOLITION activity - 64

CHAPTER 9: THE john BROWN RAID - 67

CHAPTER 10: A RETROSPECT - 69

CHAPTER 11: PRELIMINARY PREPARATIONS because that DEFENCE - 73

CHAPTER 12: THE near OF 1860 - 76

CHAPTER 13: SECESSION OF southern CAROLINA - 78

CHAPTER 14: GENERAL ethics - 85

CHAPTER 15: THE appropriate OF SECESSION - 87

PART 2: SECESSION & CONFEDERATION

CHAPTER 16: early on DAYS the SECESSION - 93

CHAPTER 17: ft SUMTER - 96

CHAPTER 18: progression OF SECESSION - 99

CHAPTER 19: THE CONFEDERATE cabinet & congress - 101

CHAPTER 20: SOME northern PROTESTS - 104

CHAPTER 21: THE CONFEDERATE constitution - 105

CHAPTER 22: NEGOTIATIONS through THE FEDERAL federal government - 108

CHAPTER 23: BOMBARDMENT OF ft SUMTER - 111

PART 3: THE WAR

CHAPTER 24: south CAROLINA, MARYLAND, & VIRGINIA - 115

CHAPTER 25: CONFEDERATE PREPARATIONS for DEFENCE - 117

CHAPTER 26: organization OF OUR resources - 119

CHAPTER 27: federal OPPRESSIONS IN MARYLAND - 122

CHAPTER 28: THE battle OF MANASSAS - 127

CHAPTER 29: NEUTRALITY the KENTUCKY - 131

CHAPTER 30: THE contest IN MISSOURI - 134

CHAPTER 31: basic ALBERT SIDNEY JOHNSTON - 136

CHAPTER 32: federal OUTRAGES IN MISSOURI - 138

CHAPTER 33: MISSOURI DISARMED - 141

CHAPTER 34: armed forces OPERATIONS IN MISSOURI - 144

CHAPTER 35: CONFEDERATE aid TO MISSOURI - 147

CHAPTER 36: operations OF GENERALS WISE, FLOYD & LEE - 150

CHAPTER 37: ARREST of MASON & SLIDELL - 154

CHAPTER 38: ours DEFICIENT ORDNANCE offers - 157

CHAPTER 39: THE CONFEDERATE FINANCIAL mechanism - 167

CHAPTER 40: reforms IN THE MILITARY regulation - 170

CHAPTER 41: commonwealth HOSTILITIES & USURPATIONS - 172

CHAPTER 42: FORTS HENRY & DONELSON SURRENDERED - 177

CHAPTER 43: TRANS-MISSISSIPPI army OPERATIONS - 185

CHAPTER 44: THE battle OF SHILOH - 189

CHAPTER 45: more MILITARY events IN THE WEST - 194

CHAPTER 46: navy OPERATIONS IN THE eastern - 197

CHAPTER 47: opening OF THE PENINSULAR campaign - 200

CHAPTER 48: JACKSON\"S SHENANDOAH campaign - 207

CHAPTER 49: THE battle OF 7 PINES - 216

CHAPTER 50: THE battle OF new COLD harbor - 221

CHAPTER 51: THE battles OF FRAZER\"S farm yard & MALVERN HILL - 229

CHAPTER 52: federal LEGISLATIVE USURPATIONS - 239

CHAPTER 53: federal EXECUTIVE USURPATIONS - 242

CHAPTER 54: CONFEDERATE naval OPERATIONS - 247

CHAPTER 55: CONFEDERATE navy OPERATIONS IN THE WEST - 260

CHAPTER 56: marine AFFAIRS IN THE WEST - 270

CHAPTER 57: THE CONFEDERATE marine ON THE HIGH SEAS - 281

CHAPTER 58: commonwealth APPEALS to EUROPE not TO help \"PIRATES\" - 299

CHAPTER 59: THE MILITARY federal government OF claims - 306

CHAPTER 60: progress OF CENTRALIZATION - 311

CHAPTER 61: army OPERATIONS IN VIRGINIA - 316

CHAPTER 62: WAR transferred TO THE FRONTIER - 326

CHAPTER 63: THE battle OF ANTIETAM - 330

Due to an are limitations us cannot list the remaining 48 chapters here. SEA raven PRESS


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