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Civil War Battlefields and Landmarks: A…

Civil War Battlefields and Landmarks: A Photographic Tour

by Carol Highsmith, Ted Landphair

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With over 100 full color photographs and 11 black and white historical images, Civil War Battlefields and Landmarks takes you on a unique chronological tour of all of the major Civil War battle sites. Beginning with the shots fired at Fort Sumter, to the hollow fields of Silo, Antitax, and Gettysburg and finally ending at the solemn events of Appomattox Court House, this lavishly photographed keepsake album presents the modern beauty of the sites in stark contrast to the horrors that occurred there. The closing pages document the nation's tragedy on April 14th, 1865 at Ford's Theater.

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