Blood, Tears, and Glory: How Ohioans Won the Civil War

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It's the greatest untold story of the Civil War, ?and one of the newest. For 150 years, the battlefields of Virginia, Gettysburg, and Antietam were what Americans thought of first when they thought of the Civil War. Wrong. While Easterners were battling to a bloody stalemate, Midwestern farmers, shopkeepers, and country lawyers fighting elsewhere were shaping the war's outcome. Dismissed by haughty Easterners as ?armed rabble or ?drunkards, ? these citizen-soldiers, white and black, often were poorly trained and poorly ...

Blood, Tears, and Glory: How Ohioans Won the Civil War 2007, Orange Frazer Press

ISBN-13: 9781933197050

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