Reveals Lincoln as our nations first hands-on Commander-in-Chief, whose appreciation for the power of technology played a critical role in the Norths Civil War victory over the less developed South.Reveals Lincoln as our nations first hands-on Commander-in-Chief, whose appreciation for the power of technology played a critical role in the Norths Civil War victory over the less developed South.Read Less
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I was surprised to find that this book was published by National Geographic. It is easy to read, illustrated, and would make a wonderful book for middle school and older students to study. It certainly points the way how the new technology of the 1860s has been upgraded to the advanced technology used in the 21st century.
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