Essays on 1860 Election
About Journal DividedThe Journal Divided is a production of the House Divided Project at Dickinson College that offers a new type of interactive online essay format. Essays within this journal include clickable sidenotes that allow readers to see the sources behind the scholarship. They also incorporate other tools designed to help improve the teaching experience, such as audio and video files, and printable PDF handouts. We post both original work from students and younger scholars and also excerpted work from published scholars, such as Lincoln experts Michael Burlingame and Matthew Pinsker. All essays have a comment function activated. Please feel free to leave your questions and suggestions as we try to build a new format for modern scholarship. Those interested in submitting their work to the journal should contact Don Sailer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Category Archives: Civil War (1861-1865)
|This essay was adapted from a paper written for Professor John Osborne’s History 204 class in Spring 2010. Brenna McKelvey is a history major at Dickinson College.|
|This essay was adapted from two pieces published on Their Own Words, Dickinson College. John Osborne is an Associate Professor of History at Dickinson College and the co-director of the House Divided project.|