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The Union


1.  Mobilization and finance

2.  Civil liberties

3.  Election of 1864


Resources:

Colonial City: Revolutionary Battleground
Resource Type: E-Seminar

Relevant transcripts:
A Free and Independent City
Slavery: A Business Necessity
New York Fights to Protect Its Business

Relevant interactive tools:
The Draft Riots
The Draft Riots

Urban Crisis: Disease, Crime, and Space
Resource Type: E-Seminar

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Summer of 1863

The Civil War
Resource Type: E-Seminar

Relevant pages:
Features of the Civil War: North and South Compared
Black Soldiers: Northern Sentiments

Relevant texts:
A Kentucky slave's account of joining the Union army

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The Civil War and the service of black soldiers did not eliminate racism in the North, but there were also indications that in some quarters attitudes were changing.
The Civil War and the service of black soldiers did not eliminate racism in the North, but there were also indications that in some quarters attitudes were changing.

The End of Slavery
Resource Type: Primary Source
General Sherman's troops march through Washington, D.C., during the grand review of the national armies (May 1865).

The Draft Riots
Resource Type: Primary Source
Recruiting station for the Union Army, in City Hall Park (1864).

Recruiting Poster
Resource Type: Primary Source
President Abraham Lincoln did not endorse the active recruitment of free African Americans into the Union army until 1863.


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