The Civil War Treasury

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Da Capo Press, Oct 2, 2007 - History - 300 pages
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A Civil War Treasury gives a deeper understanding of the human side of the war and its more technical aspects as well. The selections are arranged in a roughly chronological order and there is a brief introduction to each chapter which outlines the principal developments of each year of the war.
  

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Contents

I
9
II
11
III
13
IV
19
V
22
VI
32
VII
33
VIII
36
XXXVII
238
XXXVIII
243
XXXIX
246
XL
256
XLI
262
XLII
265
XLIII
271
XLIV
276

IX
39
X
47
XI
48
XII
51
XIII
56
XIV
69
XV
86
XVI
87
XVII
94
XVIII
101
XIX
117
XX
122
XXI
129
XXII
136
XXIII
144
XXIV
160
XXV
161
XXVI
163
XXVII
169
XXVIII
172
XXIX
183
XXX
190
XXXI
193
XXXII
201
XXXIII
206
XXXIV
215
XXXV
232
XXXVI
234
XLV
290
XLVI
294
XLVII
297
XLVIII
302
XLIX
306
L
316
LI
322
LII
326
LIII
333
LIV
337
LV
340
LVI
355
LVII
361
LVIII
365
LIX
368
LX
375
LXI
381
LXII
385
LXIII
389
LXIV
394
LXV
400
LXVI
402
LXVII
411
LXVIII
416
LXIX
419
LXX
425
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Albert A. Nofi is a prolific author and has served as a defense and military affairs consultant to CNBC, CNN, and the MacNeil-Lehrer News Hour. He lives in Austin, TX and New York City.

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