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Related Readings and Media

Books at the Schurz Library (call numbers in parenthesis, please check IUCAT for availability):

  • America's Constitution: a Biography by Akhil Reed Amar (KF4541.A87)
  • Abraham Lincoln: Constitutionalism and Equal Rights in the Civil War Era by Herman Belz (E457.2.B38)
  • Race and Reunion: The Civil War in American Memory by David Blight (E468.9.B58)
  • Lincoln: A Life of Purpose and Power by Richard Cawardine (E457.C43)
  • Lincoln and Black Freedom by Lawanda C. Fenalson Cox. (E457.2.C84)
  • Lincoln's Constitution by Daniel Farber (E457.2.F216)
  • Our Secret Constitution: How Lincoln Redefined American Democracy by George Fletcher (E457.2.F57)
  • Free soil, free labor, free men: the ideology of the Republican Party before the Civil War by Eric Foner (E 436.F6)
  • The Fiery Trial: Abraham Lincoln and American slavery by Eric Foner (E457.2 .F66 2010)
  • Team of Rivals by Doris Kearns Goodwin (E457.45.G66)
  • Abraham Lincoln: Redeemer President by Allen G. Guelzo (E457.2.G88)
  • Lincoln on War by Harold Holzer (E457.92)
  • The Lincoln-Douglas Debates by Harold Holzer (E457.4.L776)
  • The Lincoln Image by Harold Holzer and Mark Neely (E457.6.H65)
  • A New Birth of Freedom by Harry Jaffa (E459.J34)
  • Abraham Lincoln and the Road to Emancipation by William Kingaman (E457.2.K57)
  • Against Slavery: An Abolitionist Reader by Mason Lowance (E449.A29)
  • Abraham Lincoln and the Second American Revolution by James McPherson (E457.2.M4758)
  • Battle Cry of Freedom by James McPherson (E173.094 v. 6)
  • Arguing About Slavery by William Lee Miller (E338.M65)
  • The Fate of Liberty by Mark E. Neely, Jr. (E457.2.N46)
  • The Presidency of Abraham Lincoln by Philip Shaw Paludan (E457.P18)
  • Great Lincoln Documents by Douglas Wilson (E457.92 2009)


Films at the Schurz Library (call numbers in parenthesis, please ask for films at the Circulation desk)

  • The Civil War (E468.C62): Ken Burns' 1990 PBS documentary
  • The Red Badge of Courage (PN1997.R43): John Huston's 1951 adaptation of Stephen Crane's novel

Works by Dr. Robert May

  • The Southern Dream of a Caribbean Empire, 1854-1861 (F2178.U6 M39)

Lincoln image © Alsuv, Inc.



Last Reviewed: 03/2014