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Battles of the Civil War by Thomas Elbert Vineyard

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Battles of the Civil War
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Publisher: Spencer, W. Va.
ISBN/ASIN: B00086RMY8
Number of pages: 182

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In all history of this American Republic, or perhaps any other nation, there was no conflict that was so terrible as our Civil war. I have endeavored in this book to describe in detail the chief points that were enacted on the most important battlefields of that War.

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