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The Civil War Lover's Guide to New York City


Veteran author Bill Morgan created this book because sadly few Americans associate New York City with the Civil War, however as one of the most populated areas in the nation, then and now, it is filled with over a hundred historical sites and monuments directly related to those four turbulent years. Bill Morgan's book takes readers on a journey throughout New York City to uncover theses overlooked and often forgotten gems. This is not your typical guidebook, it is filled with full color photos, gives general information about each site it presents (days of business, if their is an admission charge, etc.) and gives readers a real historical perspective.
New York City has always been full of surprises.Not only was it largely sympathetic to the South,but its citizens twice voted overwhelmingly against Abraham Lincoln and the mayor refused to fly the American flag over city hall on the day o his inauguration. The USS Monitor, the country’s first ironclad, was designed and built here, and General Meade sent troops to the city straight from the Gettysburg battlefield to put down the bloodiest civil rebellion in our history. By the time the war ended, New York had provided more men, equipment, and supplies for the Union than any other city in the North. 7 x 10 paperback, 204 full-color photos and illustrations, 208 pages

This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 20 November, 2013.
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