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The U.S. Civil War: Why They Fought
The U.S. Civil War: Why They Fought
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The U.S. Civil War: Why They Fought

How did a country once so united split in two? Why did the South feel that the North threatened their traditions and livelihood? Why did the North only want to fight in the South's territory? From the campaign for emancipation to the brutal battlefield, The U.S. Civil War: Why They Fought reveals the motivations behind the U.S. Civil War from all sides. Go beyond names and dates and ask: what were they fight for?

 
ISBN978-0-7565-6951-8
GRLV
Lexile Level960L
Page Count64
Copyright2016
SeriesWhat Were They Fighting For?
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Capstone Interactive eBook
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Robert Grayson

Robert Grayson

Robert Grayson is an award-winning former daily newspaper reporter and the author of books for children and young adults. Among his awards was a first-place prize for news writing, presented by the North Jersey Pica Club. Throughout his journalism career, Grayson has written stories on law enforcement, sports figures, arts & entertainment, business, politics, and pets, which have appeared in national and regional publications, including the New York Yankees magazine and NBA Hoop. He has written books about animals in the military and animal performers as well as law enforcement, the environment, and professional sports. Grayson lives in the Northeast.

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