The Civil War Treasury
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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A Confederate Chronicle: The Life of a Civil War Survivor
Pamela Chase Hain
Limited preview - 2005