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Autobiography of Andrew Dickson White, vol 1

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Published: 1911
Language: English
Wordcount: 209,061 / 604 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 52.2
LoC Category: CT
Downloads: 922
mnybks.net#: 7395
Genre: Biography
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ilization in Russia''; its political bearing; attacks upon it and vindications of it. Its later history.

CHAPTER V

. THE CIVIL WAR PERIOD--1857-1864.

My arrival at the University of Michigan. Political side of professorial life. General purpose of my lectures in the university and throughout the State. My articles in the ``Atlantic Monthly.'' President Buchanan, John Brown Stephen A. Douglas, and others. The Chicago Convention. Nomination of Lincoln. Disappointment of my New York friends. Speeches by Carl Schurz. Election of Lincoln. Beginnings of Civil War. My advice to students. Reverses; Bull Run. George Sumner's view. Preparation for the conflict. Depth of feeling. Pouring out of my students into the army. Kirby Smith. Conduct of the British Government. Break in my health. Thurlow Weed's advice to me. My work in London. Discouragements there. My published answer to Dr. Russell. Experiences in Ireland and France. My horror of the French Emperor. Effort to influence opinion in Germany. Willi

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