Civil War America: Making a Nation, 1848-1877 (Longman by Robert Cook

By Robert Cook

the yank Civil warfare was once definitely the defining occasion within the historical past of the U.S.. This up to date analyisis of a severe interval is going past the origins, direction and results of the Civil battle to herald different very important issues comparable to racial clash, gender kin, faith, the preferred reminiscence and country formation.

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