The War Between the States book

War Between the States Book

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Few events in America’s history have been as influential – or as complicated – as the bloody war between the Southern and Northern states. No other event has so vividly underscored our strengths and weaknesses as a people and as a nation, and no other event has so changed our citizenry and our government.

In order to more clearly explain this conflict, John J. Dwyer has compiled documents on the development of social and religious ideas that preceded secession and war. The battles are described in detail and strategic context, depicting their effect on soldiers and civilians alike. At the war’s conclusion, there were further changes to our society, attitudes, and even Constitutional legislation, all of which are carefully explained in this groundbreaking work.

Featuring nearly 500 photographs, paintings, maps and other illustrations, as well as dozens of biographies of politicians, theologians, writers, soldiers, inventors, spies, nurses, and journalists, The War Between the States tells the amazing stories behind this war, and what they mean.

668 pages (hardcover)

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