Politics of the War: 1861–1865

Politics of the War: 1861–1865

Author - Tim Cooke

Politics of the War: 1861–1865
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In an alphabetical almanac format, describes the various actions taken in the Union and in the Confederacy to support the war effort.

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Government in the Ancient World
America Enters The Industrial Revolution
World Trade Center
The Causes of World War II
Knights and Castles
The Emancipation Proclamation
Fierce Fighters
The Dropping of the Atomic Bombs
Tools of Combat
A History of Voting Rights
The End of the Cold War
Your Guide to the Islamic Golden Age
The Internal Revenue Service
John Brown: Putting Actions Above Words
Frederick Douglass: From Slavery to Statesman
The Genius of the Maya
The Genius of the Ancient Egyptians
The Old Fort At St. Augustine
The Aztecs
Belle and Bob La Follette: Partners in Politics
Ancient Maya Inside Out
What Caused the War of 1812?
SPOOKED! How a Radio Broadcast and The War of the Worlds Sparked the 1938 Invasion of America
Buffy Sainte-Marie: Musician, Indigenous Icon, and Social Activist
A History of the Democratic Party
The Underground Railroad
Mystery of the Nazca Lines
Because I Am a Girl I Can Change the World
William Williams Documents Ellis Island Immigrants
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