Commanding the Storm: Civil War Battles in the Words of the

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The Confederacy's last remaining blockade-running port, Wilmington, North Carolina, was lost. But Obama’s America would also reject the romantic reimagining of the Civil War, and thus, the myriad totems to the Confederacy and its leaders that pockmark the South, most of which don’t share the Pettus bridge’s incidental association with the struggle for civil rights. Instead of Missouri, they chose Florida, settling in Sanford.

Pages: 336

Publisher: Lyons Press (October 7, 2014)

ISBN: 0762787902

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