The Civil War : Gettysburg and other Eastern battles, 1863-1865
|Item type||Current location||Collection||Call number||Status||Date due||Barcode|
|Regular||East Grand Rapids High School Non-fiction||Non-fiction||973.7 ONE (Browse shelf)||Available||094002375|
|Regular||East Grand Rapids High School Non-fiction||Non-fiction||973.7 ONE (Browse shelf)||Available||093007638|
Includes bibliographical references (p. 92-94) and index.
Warring sides : from innocents to warriors -- The fighting : the war without Jackson to Lee's last stand -- Portrait of a soldier : McHenry Howard's war -- The world around war : "This horrid and senseless war" -- Portrait of a civilian : Ella Washington and the federal army -- How the war ended : from Appomattox to Liverpool -- Conclusion and consequences : recovery and Reconstruction.
Recounts the events that occurred at Gettysburg and at other eastern battles of the Civil War that were fought between 1863 and 1865, highlighting influential people and their actions.
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