True Tales of the Civil War: A Treasury of Unusual Stories During America's Most Turbulent Era
With over 90 black and white photographs accompanying the text, this book contains 52 true stories of what ordinary people-not just soldiers-did in the conflict between the North and South, providing historical, informative, and often entertaining accounts of events during that time.
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