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English Composition 105: Expository Writing (Topic: Cold Mountain)   Tags: civil war, composition, english, english composition, expository writing, history, primary sources, writing  

J. Ronsman - Guide to Library Resources & Research Help
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Atlas of the Civil War - Steve E. Woodworth
Call Number: Reference E468 .W754 2004
ISBN: 0195221311
Offering the clearest and most comprehensive examination of the conflict that transformed the United States, the Atlas of the Civil War reveals the full dimensions of this historic confrontation. Surpassing the scope of any previously published single-volume work, this atlas pairs expert scholarship with bold mapping to vividly depict the ebb and flow of destruction and reconstruction.

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Encyclopedia of the American Civil War - James W. McPherson
Call Number: Reference E468 .E53 2000
ISBN: 1576070662
The most comprehensive reference work, offering more than 1,600 signed entries, over 300 contributors, more than 500 illustrations and 75 maps, and over 250 primary source documents. The encyclopedia provides information on the war's strategic aims, diplomatic and political maneuvering, key military actions, key participants, and impact on American society and history.

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Historical Dictionary of the Civil War - Terry L. Jones
Call Number: Reference E468 .J777 2002
ISBN: 0810841126
This two-volume set is a well-written read about the military aspects of the civil war, covering the issues that started the war; the military personnel who strategized, commanded, and fought the war; and the many battles, engagements, and skirmishes that comprised the war.

 

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