The Civil War Era: 1851-1865 (Discovering U.S. History) By Tim McNeese, Richard Jensen
2010 | 145 Pages | ISBN: 160413352X | PDF | 8 MB
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For four years, the people of the United States fought against one another in a civil war that left 620,000 men dead. More Americans died during this bloody 19th-century conflict than in all other American wars combined. The soldiers who fought, as well as those who supported them, did so for reasons that were often personal and individualistic.
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