Storm Over the Land: A Profile of the Civil War Taken Mainly from Abraham Lincoln: The War Years
Drawn from Carl Sandburg's magisterial biography of the sixteenth US president, this volume focuses in on the War Between the States, bringing the author's trademark clarity and vivid style to this dark and dramatic period in the nation's history. Moving from Sumter to Shiloh, Antietam to Gettysburg, Storm Over the Land is a classic chronicle of this bloody conflict, richly illustrated with halftones and drawings. -- Amazon.com.
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