The Story of the Confederacy

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Da Capo Press, 1989 - History - 514 pages
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A magic reference book for witches, Wiccans and all devotees of the magical arts, this book also contains a brief history of and basic precepts of magic, plus material about the tools of witchcraft. It is the magical equivalent of an inspirational cookbook: nothing is too basic to be explained and yet sophisticated tastes as well as emergency situations are catered for. The book goes beyond merely the Wiccan tradition to include a multitude of eastern and western magical traditions whilst fulfilling the archetypal fantasy of the grand grimoire (master spell book).

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User Review  - Shawn - Goodreads

This was really a great book. Very good battle details, and a excellent introduction on the cause of the War. Recommended! Read full review

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User Review  - Jerry - Goodreads

Good overall view of the history of the Confederacy. Read full review

Contents

Rebellion and Revolution
11
From Secession to Sumter
17
A Nation with Nothing
34
Copyright

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About the author (1989)

Robert Selph Henry was the author of several important and popular books on the Civil War, its prelude and aftermath, including The Story of the Mexican War.

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