The South as it is 1865-1866

by Joseph Cardinale

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The South as it is 1865-1866 by Joseph Cardinale

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Dennett's dispatches are examples of masterly journalism. They bring to life the people he met and talked with, and they re-create the temper of the times. -New York Times The book was intensely interesting; vivid, honest, warm, full of concrete instances. . . . No American historian can do without it; no novelist of the period should; certainly no future analyst of the mind and emotions of the South can overlook it. -Chicago Tribune The book was intensely interesting; vivid, honest, warm, full of concrete instances. . . . No American historian can do without it; no novelist of the period should; certainly no future analyst of the mind and emotions of the South can overlook it. --Chicago Tribune Dennett's dispatches are examples of masterly journalism. They bring to life the people he met and talked with, and they re-create the temper of the times. --New York Times The book was intensely interesting; vivid, honest, warm, full of concrete instances. . . . No American historian can do without it; no novelist of the period should; certainly no future analyst of the mind and emotions of the South can overlook it. --Chicago Tribune Dennett's dispatches are examples of masterly journalism. They bring to life the people he met and talked with, and they re-create the temper of the times. --New York Times The book was intensely interesting; vivid, honest, warm, full of concrete instances. . . . No American historian can do without it; no novelist of the period should; certainly no future analyst of the mind and emotions of the South can overlook it. Chicago Tribune Dennett s dispatches are examples of masterly journalism. They bring to life the people he met and talked with, and they re-create the temper of the times. New York Times The book was intensely interesting; vivid, honest, warm, full of concrete instances. . . . No American historian can do without it; no novelist of the period should; certainly no future analyst of the mind and emotions of the South can overlook it. Chicago Tribune Dennett s dispatches are examples of masterly journalism. They bring to life the people he met and talked with, and they re-create the temper of the times. New York Times The book was intensely interesting; vivid, honest, warm, full of concrete instances. . . . No American historian can do without it; no novelist of the period should; certainly no future analyst of the mind and emotions of the South can overlook it. --Chicago Tribune Dennett's dispatches are examples of masterly journalism. They bring to life the people he met and talked with, and they re-create the temper of the times. --New York Times

Book Information

ISBN: 9780817356309
Publication date: 15th July 2010
Author: Joseph Cardinale
Publisher: The University of Alabama Press
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 400 pages
Categories: American Civil War,

About Joseph Cardinale

Caroline E. Janney is Assistant Professor of History at Purdue University and author of Burying the Dead but Not the Past: Ladies' Memorial Associations and the Lost Cause.

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