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Books with title The Civil War

  • The Civil War

    Bruce Catton

    Paperback (Mariner Books, Dec. 14, 2004)
    Infinitely readable and absorbing, Bruce Catton’s The Civil War is one of the most widely read general histories of the war available in a single volume. Introduced by the critically acclaimed Civil War historian James M. McPherson, The Civil War vividly traces one of the most moving chapters in American history, from the early division between the North and the South to the final surrender of Confederate troops. Catton's account of battles is a must-read for anyone interested in the war that divided America, carefully weaving details about the political activities of the Union and Confederate armies and diplomatic efforts overseas.
  • The Civil War

    Bruce Catton, Barrett Whitener, Blackstone Audio, Inc.

    Audible Audiobook (Blackstone Audio, Inc., Dec. 15, 1999)
    For a person seeking a single volume to serve as a captivating introduction and a dependable guide through all the maze of battles and issues of the Civil War, this is an audiobook without parallel. Bruce Catton understood the Civil War - its participants and battles - and he unfolds it with skill and simplicity. Of all historians past and present, Bruce Catton ranks among the best.
  • The Civil War

    Matt Doeden

    eBook (Capstone Press, Aug. 1, 2016)
    It’s 1863, and the Civil War has torn apart the United States. For two years, the Confederacy and the Union have battled over slavery and states’ rights. Will you: Fight for the Union at the Battle of Gettysburg? OR Serve with Stonewall Jackson as a Confederate soldier at the Battle of Chancellorsville? OR Try to survive the siege of Vicksburg, Mississippi, as a civilian?
  • The Civil War

    Peter Benoit

    Paperback (Children's Press, Sept. 8, 2011)
    An introduction the civil war for young readers.This book introduces readers (Grades 3-5) to the American Civil War, detailing the war's causes, key battles, notable generals and other persons involved in the war, and how the end of the war affected life in the United States.
  • The Civil War

    Publications International Ltd.

    Hardcover (Publications International, Ltd., Oct. 1, 2018)
    Fascinating look at the many aspects of the U.S. Civil War.Sobering anecdotes, colorful facts, interesting quotations, and remarkable stories that focus on the history and lore of the era.Attractively illustrated with black-and-white and full-color photos and images of historical people and places.Terrific conversation piece that will enlighten and amaze Civil War buffs and novices alike.Hardcover, 320 pages
  • Civil War

    Mike Evans, Eric A. Shelman

    eBook (, June 30, 2016)
    Orphans Civil War Vol VBook five begins almost one year from the fateful release of the drug that started it all. Wage war alongside Shaun and Ellie with the rest of the group as the threats increase and the threatened fight back! Lives will be lost but those that refuse to back down will have to fight harder than ever before to see one more day.If you enjoy books by Mark Tufo with Zombie Fallout, or Nicholas Sansbury Smith & Extinction Cycle than this is a series for you. The dead are walking, they can rip your car door or arm off, they are stronger than imaginable with more surprises down the road filled with the dead in the streets.
  • The Civil War

    Robert Paul Jordan

    Hardcover (National Geographic Society, Aug. 16, 1983)
    The National Geographic Society presents an intimate glimpse in to the lives of the men and women who suffered through the Civil War. This legacy is stripped of the romanticism and focuses on providing an account that is factual told from the letters, photographs, diaries and newspapers of the era. Beautifully illustrated, this book will engage the entire family. D-4
  • The Civil War

    Timothy L. Biel

    Library Binding (Lucent Books, Oct. 1, 1991)
    Examines the political, cultural, and military aspects of the conflict that tragically divided the United States in the mid-nineteenth century
  • The Civil War

    Steven Otfinoski

    Paperback (Children's Press, Feb. 1, 2017)
    A Step Into History series takes a step into some of the most important moments in history, and discovers how these moments helped shape the world we live in today.In 1860, the United States was split in two as several southern states seceded from the Union to form their own nation, the Confederate States of America. As President Abraham Lincoln attempted to hold the country together, war broke out between the Union and the Confederates. Readers will discover why the southern states seceded, how the war affected the people of the United States, and what lasting effect the conflict had.
  • The Civil War

    Nancy Ohlin, Adam Larkum

    Paperback (little bee books, May 31, 2016)
    Get ready to blast back to the American Civil War and discover what life was like during that time!When people talk about the American Civil War, things like slavery and battles may come to mind. But what was it really like during this time? This engaging nonfiction book, complete with black and white interior illustrations, will make readers feel like they've traveled back in time. It covers everything from how the war started to what life was like in the North and South, and more. Find out interesting, little-known facts such as what the code language of the Underground Railroad meant and how soldiers spent their free time. The unique details along with the clever and humorous interior illustrations make this series stand out from the competition.
  • Ghosts of the Civil War

    Cheryl Harness

    Paperback (Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, May 1, 2004)
    Lindsey thinks the Civil War is just another dull moment in our nation's history -- until she meets the ghost of Willie Lincoln. He takes her back in time to witness the war firsthand. Lindsey watches in awe as the Yankee and the Rebels battle at Fort Sumter and as General Lee surrenders at the Appomattox. And just as the war is ending, the tragic assassination of President Lincoln occurs before her eyes. When she returns to present, Lindsey realizes "the Civil War is a whole lot more than cannons and flags and stuff." With Harness's vivid illustrations, compelling dialogue, and detailed timelines, any young reader will realize it too.
  • The Civil War

    Christopher Collier, James Lincoln Collier

    eBook (Blackstone Publishing, Dec. 1, 2012)
    History is dramatic -- and the renowned, award-winning authors Christopher Collier and James Lincoln Collier demonstrate this in this compelling series aimed at young readers.Covering American history from the founding of Jamestown through present day, these volumes explore far beyond the dates and events of a historical chronicle to present a moving illumination of the ideas, opinions, attitudes and tribulations that led to the birth of this great nation.