Famous Union Generals and Leaders of the North
Author Pat McCarthy describes the Union's most influential generals and leaders of the Civil War, including President Abraham Lincoln, Ulysses S. Grant, and George McClellan. This book, part of THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR series, also presents an overview of the North's hopes for preservation of the Union. Their efforts and their legacy are also discussed.
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