|Every Drop of Blood: The Momentous Second Inauguration of Abraham Lincoln||Edward Achorn||
EVERY DROP OF BLOOD is a spellbinding account of Lincoln's second and final inaguration, which...
VARINA brings Charles Frazier's readers back to the devastation of Cold Mountain, but with a meticulously researched and beautifully written inside look at the wife of Jefferson Davis, and how she was forced to cope with a life she never imaged after meeting the wealthy planter as a teenager.
|The Civil War in 50 Objects||Harold Holzer||
THE CIVIL WAR IN FIFTY OBJECTS gives a dramatic and unique account of the war. Each object was hand selected by Harold Holzer and comes from the collection of the New York Historical Society - with military and civilian items representing Union and Confederate sides.
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|Capital Dames: The Civil War and the Women of Washington 1848 - 1868||Cokie Roberts||
CAPITAL DAMES: THE CIVIL WAR AND THE WOMEN OF WASHINGTON 1848 - 1868 includes never-before-published stories that show the women of Washington, DC and their Southern sisters forever changed the role of women in America....
|The Civil War: The Second Year Told by Those Who Lived It||Stephen Sears||
THE CIVIL WAR: THE SECOND YEAR TOLD BY THOSE WHO LIVED IT begins with Fredeick Douglass' vision of an end to slavery in January 1862 and closes in January, 1863. It is a first-hand narrative from ninety participants and edited by one of the country's finest Civil War historians.
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|Robert E. Lee and Me: A Southerner's Reckoning with the Myth of the Lost Cause||Ty Seidule||
ROBERT E. LEE AND ME: A SOUTHERNER'S RECKONING WITH THE MYTH OF THE LOST CAUSE is the definitive, plain-words truth about one of the most important subjects in our nation - told by the best crendentialed living American. This Son-of-the-South idolized Robert E. Lee throughout his youth and early military service. Today...
|The Fateful Lightning: A Novel of the Civil War||Jeff Shaara||
THE FATEFUL LIGHTNING: A NOVEL OF THE CIVIL WAR takes readers through the last eight months of the hellish war. Stories are told from the perspectives of the commanders as well as he ordinary foot soldiers. This title has been selected as a Booksmith Timeless Classic, meaning it is among the best of the best...
|The Civil War: The Third Year Told by Those Who Lived It||Brooks Simpson||
THE CIVIL WAR: THE THIRD YEAR TOLD BY THOSE WHO LIVED IT begins in January, 1863 and ends with U.S. Grant's appointment as general-in-chief in March, 1864. It is a first-hand narrative from eighty participants and edited by three of the country's finest Civil War historians.
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