Billy Yank And Johnny Reb

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Millbrook Press, Oct 1, 2000 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 96 pages
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A stirring account of what it was like to be a soldier for the Union or the Confederacy in the Civil War. Beller once again weaves first person accounts, mostly from diaries and letters, into an in-depth history that covers numerous aspects of the war, including camp life, drills and marching, conditions on the front lines, and prisoners of war.

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There are many wars. Friends and family miss their loved ones. One war is the war of 1812. The author told you how it was like to be in a war. The book Billy Yank and Johnny Reb was good because there ... Read full review

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The book Billy Yank and Johnny Reb was a great book to read it had action, stories and a lot of info from both South and the North. The book Billy Yank and Johnny Reb was published in Minneapolis, NM ... Read full review

Contents

Prologue
7
V_liapter Z Becoming a Soldier
16
Life in Camp
22
Copyright

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About the author (2000)

Beller lives in Charlotte, Vermont, and is a former school librarian and auth of ten nonfiction books for young adults. She is an avid history buff and often writes about genealogy and American history.