The Complete Civil War Road Trip Guide: More Than 400 Civil War Sites, from Antietam to Zagonyi's Charge

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The Countryman Press, Jun 1, 2009 - Travel - 504 pages
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The Complete Civil War Road Trip Guide is the definitive guidebook for Civil War tourists, from the novice historian to the die-hard Civil War buff.

The book outlines ten suggested itineraries for short road trips that cover every major battle of the war that will enable a traveler to experience this definitive period of American history. For those who can’t resist trying to see it all, the book contains complete information on and reviews of almost 450 historical sites across the United States related to the Civil War, including all 384 of the principal battlefields listed by the Civil War Sites Advisory Commission, as well as lodging and other travel information.

The Complete Civil War Road Trip Guide will enable the historical traveler of any level to experience the Civil War like no other book has done.
 

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This book will be helpful to anyone interested in visiting various Civil War battlefields it is divided into areas so that if you are visiting a specific state or part thereof you can do a lot of ... Read full review

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Michael Weeks is an amateur historian with a passion for the road. He has driven tens of thousands of miles across America in order to experience first-hand the amazing stories and experiences that U.S. history has to offer. Michael lives in the South Loop area of Chicago, Illinois with his wife, Charlotte, and works as an occupational health and safety consultant. He is a graduate of Purdue University. His books include The Complete Civil War Road Trip Guide and Civil War Road Trip: A Guide to Northern Virginia, Maryland & Pennsylvania.

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