A Civil War Treasury

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Da Capo Press, Incorporated, Oct 2, 2007 - History - 300 pages
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A Civil War Treasury gives a deeper understanding of the human side of the war and its more technical aspects as well. The selections are arranged in a roughly chronological order and there is a brief introduction to each chapter which outlines the principal developments of each year of the war.

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A Civil War treasury: being a miscellany of arms and artillery, facts and figures, legends and lore, muses and minstrels, personalities and people

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This is a collection of stories and miscellany from a number of sources about various aspects of the Civil War. It attempts to cover facets of the Civil War that may have eluded more popular works ... Read full review

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Having many other Civil War references this provided interesting general and somewhat unrecognized information, an easy read. Read full review

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Albert A. Nofi is a prolific author and has served as a defense and military affairs consultant to CNBC, CNN, and the MacNeil-Lehrer News Hour. He lives in Austin, TX and New York City.

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