Interpreting America's Civil War: Organizing and Interpreting Information in Outlines, Graphs, Timelines, Maps, and Charts
Through text and skill exercises, readers gain knowledge of the seeds of the conflict that became the American Civil War, including the practice of slavery; its abolition; the 1860 presidential election; secession of the southern states; key battles; and the final year of the war.
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