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These firsthand accounts allow the modern reader to more fully understand the culture of both the Union and Confederacy, the politics that governed the escalation and end of the war, the personal experience of life during the Civil War, and the most difficult and polarizing question in the history of the United States: slavery. Condition: Used; good w/slight damage to the top edge of the spine; Hardcover: 368 pages; Dimensions: 8 x 5 inches; Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Co.; First Edition (1900)

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    The Mississippi Valley in the Civil War John Fiske

    Auction ended on Wed, May 9, 2018
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