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Benazir Bhutto: From Prison to Prime Minister Study Guide By
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Benazir Bhutto: From Prison to Prime Minister Study Guide consists of approx. 31 pages of summaries and analysis on Benazir Bhutto: From Prison to Prime Minister by Libby Hughes.
A Fine Day - The Civil War Diary of Captain Emanuel D. Roath, 107th PA Volunteers, 1864 By John P. Mulcahy
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The 1864 Civil War diary of Captain Emanuel D. Roath of the 107th Pennsylvania Regiment with details of combat actions and life in confederate prisons. A vivid, personal record of his role in the... More > 1864 campaign in Virginia with the Army of the Potomac under General U. S. Grant and his months in southern prisons.< Less
The Dawning Of The Heir By Charlotte Drobnicki
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There is Victory in the North! The Civil War is over. Union Army Surgeon Blake Beaumont is promoted to U.S. Marshal and ordered to protect U.S. government officials in the wake of President... More > Lincoln’s assassination. General Ulysses S. Grant asks Blake to investigate an attempt made on Brigadier General Abel Pond’s life the same hour as the Richmond Libby Prison break! Blake faces the wrath of his family due to his twin brother Charles’ death. Meanwhile, people are talking about Blake’s diaries: Journals about his exploits during the War. And when the newspapers publicize fabrications around about him, people start calling Blake a traitor! Will he save his reputation? Fine out in this riveting Second Book in the author's exciting Civil War series: The Heir: Heritage< Less
May God in his Mercy Spare our Lives By Sylvia Hasenkopf
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May God in His Mercy Spare our Lives, the Civil War Letters and Diary of Eseck G. Wilber, 120th NYSV, captures the Civil War exploits of Eseck G. Wilber, who was just 21 when he volunteered for the... More > Union Army in August of 1862. He was full of youthful arrogance and pride which slowly eroded as disease, hunger and death surrounded him. Eseck was at the battles of Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville and Gettysburg before he was captured by the Rebels at James City, Va and sent to Libby Prison. Moved to Pemberton, then Belle Isle and finally Andersonville, GA, Eseck saw first hand the deprivations of his fellow soldiers. Eseck's 80 letters home and his diary tell the tale of his military exploits and his incarceration by the South.< Less