By Albert A. Nofi
A Civil battle Treasury provides a deeper figuring out of the human aspect of the battle and its extra technical elements to boot. the decisions are prepared in a approximately chronological order and there's a short advent to every bankruptcy which outlines the imperative advancements of every yr of the battle.
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The fundamental issue was individual freedom, and despite constitutional sanction, slavery was inherently incompatible with the promise of America. Despite the acrimony, the generation before the Civil War was one of expansion, as the increasingly divided United States grew and prospered on an unprecedented scale, finding time to expand into the sparsely inhabited West and to wage a successful war on Mexico which added greatly to the national territory. But even these achievements were tainted with the quarrel over slavery.
But while Zachary Taylor's bloody though indecisive victories secured for him the White House, Scott's political ambitions were frustrated when he was decisively defeated by Franklin Pierce in 1852, though by way of consolation he was made a lieutenant general by brevet in 1855, the only man in American history to hold that rank. In the years between the Mexican War and the Civil War, Scott continued to command the army, most often from New York City, about as far from the War Department bureaucracy as he could conveniently get.
Jacob Brown, one of the nation's finestand least rememberedfield commanders. Scott's brigade fought well at Chippewa (5 July) and with particular distinction at Lundy's Lane, (25 July), during which Scott was severely wounded. For his performance at Lundy's Lane Scott became a national hero and was breveted a major general. With the coming of peace, Scott proved to be as able an administrative soldier as he was a combat soldier. In the immediate aftermath of the war, Scott was placed in charge of the selection board which oversaw the reduction of the Regular Army, revised the standard drill manual and had the pleasure of heading the board of inquiry investigating James Wilkinson's disgraceful performance during Page 23 the late war; true to his reputation, and through no fault of Scott's, Wilkinson got off on a technicality.
A Civil War treasury: being a miscellany of arms and artillery, facts and figures, legends and lore, muses and minstrels, personalities and people by Albert A. Nofi