Civil War

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Dk Pub, Oct 1, 2000 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 64 pages
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Examines many aspects of the Civil War, including the issue of slavery, secession, the raising of armies, individual battles, the commanders, Northern life, Confederate culture, the surrender of the South, and the aftermath.

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Review: Civil War (Eyewitness, #117)

User Review  - Wendy Daniel - Goodreads

We cannot get enough of the Eyewitness books in our house. Every subject seems to be interesting when paired with good writing, fabulous images, and good facts. The Civil War is especially good ... Read full review

Review: Civil War (Eyewitness, #117)

User Review  - Wendy Daniel - Goodreads

We cannot get enough of the Eyewitness books in our house. Every subject seems to be interesting when paired with good writing, fabulous images, and good facts. The Civil War is especially good ... Read full review

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Stanchak is a respected historical writer. He was editor of Civil War Times for almost 15 years and maintains a steady involvement with American History magazines. He was founding editor of Historic Traveler magazine, and oversaw its creation as a cable television series.

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