American History Stories, Volume 4
Stories of the great conflict from the time Lincoln became president and the southern states seceded, through the battles of Bull Run, Shiloh, Antietam, Vicksburg, Gettysburg, Chickamauga, until the close of the war. Includes poems, songs, and illustrations commemorating the events. Suitable for ages 8 and up.
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LINCOLN IS MADE PRESIDENT
THE FIRST BLOODSHED
THE CONFEDERATE STATES
Abraham Lincoln Atlanta attack BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG BATTLE OF SHILOH began Bragg brave burning Burnside Butler called camp cannon Carolina Charleston cheers cheese-box Colonel command Confeder Confederate dark dead defeat DONELSON Eddy Ellsworth enemy fell fight fire forces FORT SUMTER forts Grant guns harbor heard heart JENNY WADE JOHN BROWN’S BODY Johnny join knew Lee’s army Lew Wallace LIBBY PRISON little girl look marched McClellan Merrimac morning mountain negroes night North Northern numbers o’clock o’er officer once Orleans Potomac President prisoners ready regiment remember retreat Richmond river Rosecrans seemed sent Sheridan Sherman shot side SIEGE OF VICKSBURG slaves songs South Southern Stars and Stripes Stonewall Jackson stood story streets SUMTER sure surrender tell Tennessee thing thought thousand town TRAMP Union army Union flag Union soldiers Union troops Unionists vessels Vicksburg Washington women wounded Yankees