Voices from the Civil War
By Tom Head
Published by Gale Group, Blackbirch Press
U.S. president Abraham Lincoln summoned the greatest military minds available to assemble and command an army that could successfully preserve the Union. Here, the personal and candid viewpoints of some of those men--including Ulysses S. Grant, William T. Sherman, and Philip Sheridan-offer great insight into the leaders that took up the cause.
Library | 32 pages | May 30, 2003