Civil War A to Z by Norman Bolotin
A Young Person's Guide to Over 100 People, Places, and Points of Importance

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Containing more than 130 entries of the most important people, places, and events of the Civil War, this handy reference book is great for browsing and is also a compact introduction to the Civil War and to mid-nineteenth-century America. Designed especially for children in upper-elementary and early junior-high grades, each cogent entry is self-contained and full of vivid lore. Organized alphabetically, the entries cover many facets of the war-including slavery, Abraham Lincoln's role as president, nursing, generals, battles, and the home front. Chock-full of historical photographs, drawings, and maps, this entertaining guide is an invaluable companion to any study of the Civil War.
 

About Norman Bolotin

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Bolotin is president and partner of The History Band, where he is involved in book publishing, museum consulting and selling american historical objects. He has written award winning books on the Civil War and developed the Young readers' History of the Civil War series. He has been working with historical artifacts and other collectibles for over three decades.
 
Published August 5, 2002 by Dutton Juvenile. 160 pages
Genres: History, Education & Reference, Travel, War, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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