5 edition of The Southern Confederacy arithmetic found in the catalog.
Crandall, M.L. Confederate imprints, 4063
|Statement||By Rev. Charles E. Leverett.|
|Genre||Early works to 1900.|
|Contributions||Confederate States of America Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||QA103 .L66|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 218 p.|
|Number of Pages||218|
|LC Control Number||04026447|
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Here is an interesting piece of mathematical Americana: The Southern Confederacy Arithmetic by the Reverend Charles E. Leverett, published by J. Patterson & Co., Augusta, Georgia, Probably not too many Northern mathematics texts had questions about bales of cotton (p.
): Example 1. — A factor sells 25 bales of cotton at $ per bale: what is his commission at. Full text of "The Southern Confederacy arithmetic, for common schools and academies, with a practical system of bookkeeping by single entry" See other formats.
This really was a great book for somebody who already is an intermediate level student of the Civil War and who wants to know not just what happened in the Confederacy, but why it happened. The author tends to emphasizes the impact of specific individuals on the course of the CSA as opposed to mass movements, but he does so by: The Southern Confederacy arithmetic: for common schools and academies, with a practical system of book-keeping by single entry.
Reading, Writing, and (Confederate) Arithmetic Posted on Ap by Keith Harris “Vanessa the Intern” holding an math book printed in the Confederacy. There are few words to describe what is printed inside – maybe “****”. This is a history of the Southern Confederacy that is atypical in that it does not concern itself with The Southern Confederacy arithmetic book battles or play by play decisions of the leaders.
Eaton focuses primarily on the temperment and behavior of the southerners, the confederacies diplomatic endeavors and it's logistical anatomy/5. The Southern Confederacy arithmetic, for common schools and academies, with a practical system of bookkeeping by single entry by Leverett, Charles E. (Charles Edward)Pages: About.
James P. Hambleton established the Southern Confederacy in At the outbreak of the Civil War, Hambleton joined the Confederate Army and sold the paper in to C. Hanleiter and G. Adair, who were the owners of the Gate-City new owners merged their paper with Southern Confederacy and took the title of their new acquisition.
“The southern states were demanding a break from the Union for the second time in the history of the country. They wanted fences and walls put up to keep the virus in the north.
Some were calling it karma for the American Civil War and for the removal of certain historic statues depicting Confederate heroes of the south.
WAR SONGS AND POEMS OF THE SOUTHERN CONFEDERACY A Collection of the Most Popular and Impressive Songs and Poems of War Times, Dear to Every Southern Heart. Wharton, H. M., D. Published by Castle Books, Edison NJ (). The Confederate States of America (CSA or C.S.), commonly referred to as the Confederacy, was an unrecognized republic in North America that existed from to The Confederacy was originally formed by seven secessionist slave-holding states—South Carolina, Mississippi, Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, and Texas—in the Lower South region of the United States, Capital: Montgomery, Alabama (until ).
Geddings, of Charleston, has a Spelling Book ready for the press. Bruns, L. D., of Charleston, has ready for the press, The Southern High School Algebra, containing the most useful parts of that science, explained and illustrated by numerous examples.
Confederate citizens also registered numerous copyrights for grammars, spellers, readers, arithmetics, "definers", and catechisms. For example, The Reverend Charles E. Leverett wrote the Southern Confederacy Arithmetic for Common Schools & Academies.
He was also the author of Southern Confederacy Class Reader. Scientific works included. A broad history of the Confederacy, encompassing the Civil War and the periods just before and after, discusses the South in its many aspects from statesmanship and military tactics to social and economic effects, with scholarly acumen and a command of its dramatic elements.
Jefferson Davis was never loved by his fellow Confederates. He presided over the defeat, humiliation, and destruction of the Southern Confederacy, and he finally bore most of the blame from his countrymen.
Davis does not fare much better in William C. Davis’ new book, but author Davis is not so much concerned with rendering a verdict on President Davis as he is. Selected Special Collections Confederate States of America Collection Publications issued in the South during the Civil War.
T he Confederate State of America Collection brings together publications selected from the Library's general collections and books received from such sources as the Rebel Archives of the War Department.
The 1,volume collection is particularly rich. "SOUTHERN CONFEDERACY ARITxiMETIC, b'on Common ISCIDOLS and Academies.
'VVI'IH A ARITHMETIC FOB Common Schools and Academies, WITH A PRACTICAL SYSTEM OF BOOK-KEEPING BY SINQLE ENTRY. This book. The Atlanta Southern Confederacy was a strongly Democratic Southern newspaper during the American Civil War.
The first issue was Februby Dr. James P. Hambleton. Historian Franklin Garrett explains its quick impact in that Hambleton was a "Fire-eater and his editorials were highly intemperate in tone." But he joined the Confederate Army in May and sold. The Southern Confederacy arithmetic, for common schools and academies, with a practical system of bookkeeping by single entry - Leverett, Charles The Southern school arithmetic adapted to the easy and regular instruction of youth, for the use of schools, &c.
-- The structure of the Southern Confederacy has been tottering and tumbling ever since first it was reared by rebel hands.
Its original cornerstone of slavery was a. "The Southern Confederacy Arithmetic," by which it is proved that a colored person is equal to less than a white one.
If you think about it, this may have been the beginning of the New Math. I like "The Elementary Spelling Book, Revised and Adapted to the Youth of the Southern Confederacy, Interspersed with Bible Readings on Domestic Slavery," too.The Elementary Spelling Book, Revised and Adapted to the Youth of the Southern Confederacy, Interspersed with Bible Readings on Domestic Slavery.
Atlanta: J. J. Toon, This is a book that belongs in your personal library since it is a major step in revealing the life these Southern belles led during the war. Civil War News - George Khoury Victoria Ott’s Confederate Daughters is a thoughtful and well-written study that fills in a piece of the puzzle of southern women’s experiences during the Civil War :