Hidden History of Civil War Savannah (Civil War Series)

Union general William T. Sherman cemented Savannah’s most notable Civil War connection when he ended his “March to the Sea” there in December 1864. However, more fascinating stories from the era lurk behind the city’s ancient, moss-draped live oaks. A full-scale naval battle raged between ironclad warships just offshore. More than seven thousand prisoners were confined in the area surrounding…

Hidden History Of Civil War Savannah

ISBN 10 : 9781625851802
ISBN 13 : 1625851804

Union general William T. Sherman cemented Savannah’s most notable Civil War connection when he ended his “March to the Sea” there in December 1864. However, more fascinating ..

Hidden History Of Civil War Oregon

ISBN 10 : 1609494245
ISBN 13 : 9781609494247

Many Oregonians think of the Civil War as a faraway event or something that happens when the Ducks and the Beavers tangle. Few know that the state raised two Union regiments or tha..

California And The Civil War

ISBN 10 : 9781625858245
ISBN 13 : 1625858248

In the long and bitter prelude to war, southern transplants dominated California government, keeping the state aligned with Dixie. However, a murderous duel in 1859 killed "Free So..

Civil War Savannah Savannah Immortal City

ISBN 10 : 9781934572702
ISBN 13 : 1934572705

An epic iv volume history : a city & people that forged a living link between America, past & present...

Hidden History Of Civil War Charleston

ISBN 10 : 9781614236177
ISBN 13 : 1614236178

So many amazing Charleston Civil War stories have faded over time. Most people don't know of the elite 1860 Association that conspired to push South Carolina toward secession. Or a..

Hidden History Profiles Of Black Americans

ISBN 10 : 9780787705961
ISBN 13 : 0787705969

Ever wonder who spied for the Union army during the Civil War; who planted the American flag on the North Pole; who was the first female stunt pilot; and who invented refrigerated ..

Breaking The Heartland

ISBN 10 : 9780881462401
ISBN 13 : 0881462403

The Civil War was arguably the watershed event in the history of the United States, forever changing the nature of the Republic and the relationship of individuals to their governm..

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