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    Vehicles of the Civil War
    Author: Delmar, Pete
    ISBN: 9781429699129
    Summary: At the start of the Civil War, horses were the main mode of transportation. But advances in technology soon allowed soldiers to begin using new vehicles on the battlefield. Read all about military wagons, trains, ironclad ships, and other war vehicle...

    A Primary Source History of the US Civil War
    Author: Micklos, Jr., John
    ISBN: 9781491484890
    Copyright: 2016
    Summary: What was it like to be part of the U.S. Civil War? Personal accounts, newspaper stories, and other primary sources give students an opportunity to see what it was like to live during this amazing time in history.

    Spies of the Civil War: An Interactive Espionage Adventure
    Author: Burgan, Michael
    ISBN: 9781491458594
    Copyright: 2016
    Summary: The United States has been torn in half by the war between North and South. It is vital for an army to know what the enemy is doing—and perhaps spread false information as well. Spying is risky if you are caught. Still, it is worth it to help win the...

    The Civil War by the Numbers
    Author: Lanser, Amanda
    ISBN: 9781491442951
    Copyright: 2016
    Summary: How many African-American soldiers fought on each side of the U.S. Civil War? How many soldiers died from disease rather than in battle? Numbers, high-impact stats, and a unique infographic format combine to present the gripping story of the Civil Wa...

    The U.S. Civil War: Why They Fought
    Author: Grayson, Robert
    ISBN: 9780756551681
    Copyright: 2016
    Summary: How did a country once so united split in two? Why did the South feel that the North threatened their traditions and livelihood? Why did the North only want to fight in the South's territory? From the campaign for emancipation to the brutal battlefie...

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