Red Dawn on the Potomac: An Illustrated History of the Civil War
by Junkelmann, Marcus
In 1858 William Seward, soon to be Secretary of State under Abraham Lincoln, foresaw what he described as an irrepressible conflict. The events of the decade leading up to the outbreak of war justified that gloomy assessment. Sectional interests pitted one side against the other, but above all the area of contention was the newly opening West. Would the new states joining the Union be slave states or free?
Keywords: CIVIL WAR MILITARY HISTORY
Large tear on rear jacket edge. Konecky & Konecky, 2013. Very Good/Good. (Inventory #: 2187402)
Literature, American & Military History, General Antiquarian
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