The Civil War State By State

The Civil War State By State Civil War literature abounds matched always by the continuing hunger for new material on the subject Civil War State by State is a comprehensive review that carefully studies the involvement of each

  • Title: The Civil War State By State
  • Author: Paul Brewer
  • ISBN: 9781592230549
  • Page: 325
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Civil War literature abounds, matched always by the continuing hunger for new material on the subject Civil War State by State is a comprehensive review that carefully studies the involvement of each state represented on the 34 star pre war flag Dedicated entries by historian Paul Brewer feature text and 250 illustrations that bring to life the famous military leaders, pCivil War literature abounds, matched always by the continuing hunger for new material on the subject Civil War State by State is a comprehensive review that carefully studies the involvement of each state represented on the 34 star pre war flag Dedicated entries by historian Paul Brewer feature text and 250 illustrations that bring to life the famous military leaders, politicians, regiments, ships, battle sites, and buildings connected with each state Using a mixture of historical photographs, artifact imagery, and color artworks from both the Confederate and Union sides, this is a new look at the Civil War, and a must have for all history buffs.

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    379 thoughts on “The Civil War State By State

    • MehParts of it were interesting. Parts of it read like a military history textbook. The thing that bothered me the most were that there were some things he said in there that seemed somewhat questionable to me and others were flat out wrong. For example, when he talked about Johnson, he said that Johnson was nearly impeached. He was actually impeached, he just wasn't removed from office. It's fairly minor, I guess, but bugged me nonetheless.


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