Selected Bibliography

  1. Blum, John M., The National Experience: Part I, New York, Harcourt, Brace & Jovanovich, Seventh Edition, 1989 (pp. 297-308).

  2. Fehrenbacher, Don E., The Dred Scott Case - Its Significance In American Law and Politics,New York, Oxford University Press, 1979.

  3. Goldston, Robert, The Coming Of The Civil War, New York, McMillan and Company, 1972.

  4. Tindall, George B., America: A Narrative History (Volume I), New York, W.W. Norton and Company, Second Edition, 1988 (pp. 601-622; pp. 626-628).

All wording and phrasing in the document I submitted are my own words. The above were consulted for verification of dates, places and names of participants (e.g.standard accepted textbook facts). I cross-checked several facts using multiple sources, hence the total of four texts.

Stephen R. Demkin