Behind the Lines: A Sourcebook on the Civil War

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C. Carter Smith
Millbrook Press, 1993 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 95 pages
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An illustrated history that analyzes the impact of the Civil War on American life examines changes in the roles of women, assesses the political scene, and chronicles life on the homefront and in the military camps.

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Carter Smith has written and edited numerous works on American and World history, including The African-American Experience On File (Facts On File), the five-volume Daily Life in 20th Century America (Greenwood) and Mapping Epidemics: A Historical Atlas of Disease (Scholastic). He is currently working on an atlas of U.S. History.

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