Author: Civil War Preservation Trust
Publisher: Globe Pequot
Keywords: civil, war, discovery, trail, official, sites, guide
Number of Pages: 352
Published: 2007-11-01
List price: $17.95
ISBN-10: 0762744359
ISBN-13: 9780762744350

This guide is the perfect Civil War buff travel companion, with exact directions and brief descriptions of all the important battle sites of the era.

Author: William E. Butler
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
Keywords: civil, code, amp, series, vol, cis, parts, legislation, russian
Number of Pages: 752
Published: 1999-09-01
List price: $351.00
ISBN-10: 9041194924
ISBN-13: 9789041194923

This volume contains the revisions up to August 15, 1999 to Parts One and Two, often referred to as the `General Part’, of the Russian Civil Code. William E. Butler’s expert translation presents a clear interpretation of this vital text for all involved in Russian legal and commercial matters. As the Russian Civil Code is often the standard model for the other CIS states, amendments to this legislation are important to monitor.

Author: John V. Quarstein
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
Keywords: war, civil, virginia, history, series, peninsula
Number of Pages: 128
Published: 1997-11-01
List price: $19.99
ISBN-10: 0738544388
ISBN-13: 9780738544380

The Civil War on the Virginia Peninsula is the first comprehensive pictorial history interpreting the events that occurred on the Virginia Peninsula during the war that forever changed our nation. This volume offers over 200 fascinating images from museums, archives, and private collections throughout America; together they tell powerful stories of valor, leadership, technology, and strategy. Photographers and famous artists alike vividly portrayed soldiers, leaders, and innovations in a compelling manner that brings alive the glory and sadness of the American Civil War. This enthralling visua

Author: Past President of the Institution of Civil Enginee
Publisher: Thomas Telford Publishing
Keywords: context, engineering, civil
Number of Pages: 256
Published: 2004-01-01
List price: $39.90
ISBN-10: 0727732579
ISBN-13: 9780727732576

In Civil Engineering in Context, Sir Alan Muir Wood draws from his long career to place as he says civil engineering in context. The book contains many personal reminiscences of his life as an engineer from early days as a wartime marine engineer in the Royal Navy, through his more than 25 year career as a Partner and Senior Partner with Halcrow and as a tunnelling engineer of world renown.

Author: Judith Peacock
Publisher: Bridgestone Books
Keywords: war, civil, ring, freedom, rebuilding, reconstruction
Number of Pages: 48
Published: 2002-07
List price: $23.93
ISBN-10: 0736813411
ISBN-13: 9780736813419

A history of Reconstruction, the period after the Civil War during which programs were implemented to bring the Confederate States back to the Union.

Authors:H.S. Commager, Erik Bruun,
Publisher: Black Dog & Leventhal Publishers
Keywords: civil, war, documents, archive, history
Number of Pages: 864
Published: 2000-05-01
List price: $29.95
ISBN-10: 1579121101
ISBN-13: 9781579121105

In the same successful format as Our Nation’s Archive (1-57912-067-9), The Civil War Archive presents the full story of the war between the states in documents direct from the minds, pens and hearts of the men and women who experienced it. Hundreds of papers, letters, memoirs -- culled from family records, private correspondences, public archives and a variety of other sources -- trace the war from the nomination of Abraham Lincoln, through violent battles at Bull Run, to the surrender of Lee at Appomattox, Reconstruction and beyond. Messages from lonely mothers at home, stories f

Author: James Marten
Publisher: The University of North Carolina Press
Keywords: war, civil, america, children
Number of Pages: 380
Published: 2000-10-02
List price: $20.95
ISBN-10: 0807849049
ISBN-13: 9780807849040

Children--white and black, northern and southern--endured a vast and varied range of experiences during the Civil War. Children celebrated victories and mourned defeats, tightened their belts and widened their responsibilities, took part in patriotic displays and suffered shortages and hardships, fled their homes to escape enemy invaders and snatched opportunities to run toward the promise of freedom. Offering a fascinating look at how children were affected by our nation’s greatest crisis, James Marten examines their toys and games, their literature and schoolbooks, the letters they
  
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