A concise encyclopedia of the Civil War

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A.S. Barnes, 1965 - United States - 221 pages
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From John Brown's Raid at Harper's Ferry to the final surrender at appomattox Courthouse, A Concise Encyclopedia of the Civil War is a comprehensive guide to the issues, events, figures, and military engagements that comprised the greatest conflict ever fought on North American soil. Subjects include the well known, such as Abraham Lincoln and Gettysburg, and the not so well known, such as Peace Societies, Island No. 10, and Mrs. MarySurratt. This volume will be a complete and handy A-to-Z reference for both laymen and historians-above and below the Mason Dixon line.

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Contents

Section 1
13
Section 2
48
Section 3
65

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