15 edition of Bleeding Kansas found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||PS3566.A647 B56 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 431 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||431|
|LC Control Number||2007035962|
About the Book Bleeding Kansas. by Sara Paretsky. Set in the Kaw River Valley where Paretsky grew up, Bleeding Kansas is the story of the Schapens and the Grelliers, two farm families whose histories have been entwined since the s, when their ancestors settled the valley as antislavery emigrants. The book deserves a wide readership.” —Missouri Historical Review “A lively political history highly recommended for all libraries with collections in U.S. history.” —Choice “Prodigiously researched and boldly written, Etcheson’s study reopens the important story of Bleeding Kansas in a thought provoking and compelling way.”.
Bleeding Kansas was a border war on the Kansas-Missouri began with the Kansas–Nebraska Act of and lasted into the American Civil War (–). It was an ugly war between groups of people who held strong opinions both for and against slavery. The term was first coined by Horace Greeley of the New York Tribune. He used it to describe the violence happening in the Kansas. Summary and Definition of Bleeding Kansas Definition and Summary: 'Bleeding Kansas' was the name given to a series of violent confrontations in Kansas, and the neighboring border towns of Missouri, following the passing of the Kansas-Nebraska conflict known as 'Bleeding Kansas' involved conflicts between Anti-slavery and Pro-slavery militant activists from - that reached.
Few people would have expected bloodshed in Kansas Territory. After all, it had few slaves and showed few signs that slavery would even flourish. But civil war tore this territory apart in the s and 60s, and "Bleeding Kansas" became a forbidding symbol for the nationwide clash over slavery that followed. Many free-state Kansans seemed to care little about slaves, and many proslavery /5(2). Between and , the struggle between pro-and anti-slavery factions over Kansas Territory captivated Americans nationwide and contributed directly to the Civil War. Combining political, social, and military history, Bleeding Kansas contextualizes and analyzes prewar and wartime clashes in Kans.
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Bleeding Kansas is a gripping account of events and people-rabble-rousing Jim Lane, zealot John Brown, Sheriff Sam Jones, and others-that examines the social milieu of the settlers along with the political ideas they developed. Covering the period from the Kansas-Nebraska Act to the Exoduster Migration, it traces the complex Cited by: Bleeding Kansas is a good story.
Many elements besides de center: a family and the usual problems that appear when children grow. I prefer Sara Paretsky when she writes about Chicago in first person.
I am waiting for her next book, and I hope it appears soon. I like her opinions and her sense of /5(89). Bleeding Kansas book.
Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In Kansas, on land that once saw some of America's bloodiest antis /5. Bleeding Kansas, Bleeding Missouri blends political, military, social, and intellectual history to explain why the regions divisiveness was so bitter and persisted for so long.
Providing a more nuanced understanding of the conflict, it defines both what united and divided the men and women who lived there and how various political disagreements ultimately disintegrated into violence. Etcheson's major contribution in Bleeding Kansas is a keen demonstration of the absolute bankruptcy of popular sovereignty in determining the status of slavery in Kansas.
A book more of detail and narrative than theory or broad argument it demonstrates the movement of free soil advocates from pacifist and free soil to more violent and also /5. The information about Bleeding Kansas shown above was first featured in "The BookBrowse Review" - BookBrowse's online-magazine that keeps our members abreast of notable and high-profile books publishing in the coming weeks.
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Reading Group Guide. INTRODUCTION Set in the Kaw River Valley where Paretsky grew up, Bleeding Kansas is the story of the Schapens and the Grelliers, two farm families whose histories have been entwined since the s, when their ancestors settled the valley as antislavery emigrants/5(39).
This title examines an important historic event - bleeding Kansas. Easy-to-read, compelling text explores the history of America during this violent time period as territories entered the Union as free or slave states.
Readers will learn about the Missouri Compromise, the Kansas-Nebraska Act and. Bleeding Kansas is the term used to describe the period of violence during the settling of the Kansas territory. In the Kansas-Nebraksa Act overturned the.
BLEEDING KANSAS is the story of three families whose roots are deep in the Jayhawk State. The Grellier family has been farming in Kansas for generations.
The father, Jim, his wife Susan, and children Lara and Chip seem to be the ideal American farm family, combining solid traditional values with a contemporary 21st-century view of life.
Bleeding Kansas. Bleeding Kansas is about how the lives of ordinary people are affected by events over which they have little control. The book centers on the Grelliers and the Schapens, two families who have been farming in the Kaw River Valley for over a hundred-fifty years, and how their lives are affected by war and by the changing sexual and religious mores of the day.
This title examines an important historic event - bleeding Kansas. Easy-to-read, compelling text explores the history of America during this violent time period as territories entered the Union as free or slave states. Readers will learn about the Missouri Compromise, the Kansas-Nebraska Act and the man behind it, Illinois Senator Stephen A.
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Bleeding Kansas was a violent clash over slavery in a place that had few slaves. From the passage of the Kansas-Nebraska Act, the settlement of Kansas Territory had less to do with whether slavery was viable economically in that locale than with the balance of political power between the North and the South, between free labor and slave labor systems.
Bleeding Kansas deals with the years leading up to the actual start of the Civil War, during a time when the Kansas Missouri border burned in the forefront of the news. This lesson will teach students about the guerilla warfare that took place, the important people involved.
Bleeding Kansas APUSH: KC‑ (KC), PCE (Theme), Unit 5: Learning Objective G The Kansas-Nebraska Act incited a violent struggle between pro- and anti-slavery advocates in Kansas, on the Senate floor, and eventually throughout the country.
Bleeding Kansas, (–59), small civil war in the United States, fought between proslavery and antislavery advocates for control of the new territory of Kansas under the doctrine of popular sovereignty (q.v.).Sponsors of the Kansas–Nebraska Act ( ) expected its provisions for territorial self-government to arrest the “torrent of fanaticism” that had been dividing the nation.
The Kansas-Nebraska Act of led to Bleeding Kansas as it allowed the territory of Kansas to decide for itself whether it would be free or slave-owned, a situation known as popular the passage of the act, thousands of pro- and anti-slavery supporters flooded the state.
Free-state proponents from the North came into Kansas to sway the decision, while "border ruffians. But Kansas was next to the slave state of Missouri. In an era that would come to be known as "Bleeding Kansas," the territory would become a battleground over the slavery question.
The reaction. What I think is going with the reviews is that Ms. Paretsky's V.I. fans rushed to read her new book, and to many, it just felt different and it wasn't just the new characters and setting, and for them, "Bleeding Kansas" suffers in comparison.
In another era, an author might have used pen names to. The creator of V.I. Warshawski (Fire Sale,etc.) tells the story of three deep-rooted farm families in Lawrence, Kan., whose troubled interactions seem to recapitulate the state’s violent families include the fundamentalist Schapens, in this generation represented by matriarch Myra, her deputy-sheriff son, Arnie, and his boys Junior, a football bully, and Robbie, his.Bleeding Kansas Contested Liberty in the Civil War Era (Book): Etcheson, Nicole: Few people would have expected bloodshed in Kansas Territory.
After all, it had few slaves and showed few signs that slavery would even flourish. But civil war tore this territory apart in the s and 60s, and Bleeding Kansas became a forbidding symbol for the nationwide clash over slavery that followed.The book, published inincludes many portraits of prominent figures of the time and residents of Lawrence, two maps of the early town, and other illustrations.
Personal Memoirs of Watson Stewart. Watson Stewart emigrated to Kansas in the Bleeding Kansas days, and ended up serving in the Territorial Legislature.