1862, Fredericksburg : a new look at a bitter Civil War battle
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Washington, D.C. : National Geographic, c2011.
Physical Desc
48 pages : col. ill., col. maps ; 29 cm.
Rating
5.8.
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Rawlings Branch - YOUTH  1 available
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Book
Language
English
ISBN
9781426308352, 1426308353, 9781426308369 (lib. bdg.)
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Level 7.1, 1 Points

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Bibliography
Includes bibliographical references (p. 47) and index.
Citation/References
School Library Journal, October 2011
Description
Examines the battle of Fredericksburg, considered General Robert E. Lee's most one-sided victory of the Civil War, and draws from a variety of sources, including a slave diary, to discuss what the war meant to non-combatants. Features reenactment photographs.
Target Audience
5.8.
Target Audience
3-6,Follett Library Resources.
Study Program Information
Accelerated Reader AR,MG,7.1,1.0,146254.

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APA Citation (style guide)

Kostyal, K. M., & Epstein, L. (2011). 1862, Fredericksburg: a new look at a bitter Civil War battle . National Geographic.

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Kostyal, K. M., 1951- and Lori. Epstein. 2011. 1862, Fredericksburg: A New Look At a Bitter Civil War Battle. Washington, D.C.: National Geographic.

Chicago / Turabian - Humanities Citation (style guide)

Kostyal, K. M., 1951- and Lori. Epstein. 1862, Fredericksburg: A New Look At a Bitter Civil War Battle Washington, D.C.: National Geographic, 2011.

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Kostyal, K. M., and Lori Epstein. 1862, Fredericksburg: A New Look At a Bitter Civil War Battle National Geographic, 2011.

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