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Campaigns of the Civil War, Vol 1: The Outbreak of Rebellion
A landmark of Civil War History, The Campaigns of the Civil War series was originally published in 1881, and has often been reprinted in facsimile editions.  The series still remains of interest to historians for its eye-witness accounts of political and military events, as well as its portrayals of the soldiers and statesmen who waged the conflict.
 
The Outbreak of Rebellion is the first of twelve volumes in this series to be produced in audiobook format by Audio Americana.
 
John G. Nicolay was private secretary to Abraham Lincoln in Illinois and followed the president-elect to Washington D.C. where he continued to serve President Lincoln throughout the war. While modern historians may find Nicolay's objectivity occasionally wanting, especially in his vociferous condemnation of the southern "conspiracy," his contemporary account of the secession of South Carolina, the surrender of Fort Sumter, and the retreat from Bull Run provide the sort of vivid, first-person recollections that make The Outbreak of Rebellion an enduring classic, and the Campaigns of the Civil War series a cornerstone of Civil War literature.
Campaigns of the Civil War, Vol 2 by M.F. Force

The Campaigns of the Civil War series was originally published by Charles Scribner's Sons in 1881-1883. A landmark of Civil War history, the series remains of keen interest to historians, re-enactors, and other Civil War enthusiasts for its detailed accounts of military and political affairs, as well as its portrayals of the soldiers and statesmen who waged the conflict. From Fort Henry to Corinth by M. F. Force is the second of twelve volumes in this series.

Author, soldier and later Medal of Honor recipient Force offers a meticulously rendered accounting of several major battles that took place during the first months of 1862, describing in minute detail the strength and positioning of forces under Union and Confederate commanders and the tactics and strategies employed on the battlefield by Generals Grant, Johnston, Beauregard, Buell, Wallace, and others.

Among the battles described in From Fort Henry to Corinth are the siege of Fort Donelson in Tennessee, where a then relatively obscure Brigadier General Ulysses S. Grant earned the sobriquet "Unconditional Surrender" Grant, and the bloody carnage of Shiloh, where the south suffered the loss of General Albert Sidney Johnston and an ultimately devastating military defeat.

Landmark Decisions of the Supreme Court: Select Cases Pertaining to Abortion, Birth Control and Reproductive Rights

Landmark Decisions of the Supreme Court: Select Cases Pertaining to Abortion, Birth Control and Reproductive Rights contains a fully narrated audio edition of five landmark Supreme Court cases, including Griswold v. Connecticut [1965], United States v. Vuitch [1971], Eisenstadt v. Baird [1972], Roe v. Wade [1973], and the companion case to Roe, Doe v. Bolton [1973]. The text for this audio edition is derived from the United States Reports, published by the United States Government Printing Office

Listeners please note: while every effort has been made to assure the accuracy of this audio edition, it should not be considered authoritative, nor should it be cited in legal proceedings. Only the printed, bound volumes of the United States Reports, published by the United States Government Printing Office, contain the full, final and official record of the Supreme Court of the United States.

Landmark Decisions of the Supreme Court: John Marshall

Landmark Decisions of the Supreme Court: Select Opinions of Chief Justice John Marshall contains a fully narrated audio edition of five historic decisions written by Chief Justice John Marshall, including Marbury v. Madison, Fletcher v. Peck, Dartmouth College v. Woodward, McCulloch v. Maryland, and Cohens v. Virginia.

The text for this audio edition is derived from the United States Reports, published by the United States Government Printing Office.

Listeners please note: while every effort has been made to assure the accuracy of this audio edition, it should not be considered authoritative, nor should it be cited in legal proceedings. Only the printed, bound volumes of the United States Reports, published by the United States Government Printing Office, contain the full, final and official record of the Supreme Court of the United States.