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Ordeal of the Union: Selected Chapters by Allan Nevinsexcerpts
Ordeal of the Union, Volume I: Fruits of Manifest Destiny, 1847-1852 by A. Nevins1
Ordeal of the Union: Complete by Allan Nevins3 sets, 8 volumes
Ordeal of the Union, Volume II: A House Dividing, 1852-1857 by A. Nevins2
Ordeal of the Union, Vols. 1-2 by Allan NevinsVolumes 1-2
The Emergence of Lincoln, Vol. 1: Douglas, Buchanan, and Party Chaos, 1857-1859 by Allan NevinsVolume 3
The Emergence of Lincoln, Vol. 2: Prologue to Civil War, 1859-1861 by Allan NevinsVolume 4
Ordeal of the Union, Vols. 3-4: The Emergence of Lincoln by Allan NevinsVolumes 3-4
The War for the Union, Vol. 1: The Improvised War, 1861-1862 by Allan NevinsVolume 5
The War for the Union, Vol. 2: War Becomes Revolution, 1862-1863 by Allan NevinsVolume 6
Ordeal of the Union, Vols. 5-6: The War For The Union, Part I by Allan NevinsVolumes 5-6
The War for the Union, Vol. 3: The Organized War, 1863-1864 by Allan NevinsVolume 7
The War for the Union, Vol. 4: The Organized War to Victory, 1864-1865 by Allan NevinsVolume 8
Ordeal of the Union, Vols. 7-8: The War For The Union, Part II by Allan NevinsVolumes 7-8
Ordeal of the Union, Vols. 5-8: The War For The Union, Parts I & II by Allan NevinsVolumes 5-8

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