Abraham's Battle: A Novel of Gettysburg

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Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing, Feb 1, 2001 - Juvenile Fiction - 96 pages
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In 1863, as the Civil War approaches his home in Gettysburg and he realizes that a big battle is about to begin, a freed slave named Abraham decides to join the ambulance corps of the Union Army.

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User Review  - jen.redmini - LibraryThing

Abraham, a black slave, and Lamar, a white soldier meet up on a path and start a conversation. Both realize that they miss their home. Each goes his seperate way and they meet up once again at that ... Read full review

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Abraham escapted to the north on the Underground Railroad. He was a paid freeman who worked on a farm/orchard in Gettysburg. The war found Abraham and he made a decision to help the north. This ... Read full review


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