On the cusp of the immanent collapse of the Confederacy, Union forces penetrate deeper into the South splintering a world once full of gentlemen and ladies, stability and prominence, now into a land of uncertainty. As the war draws to a close, the winter months thaw away to the spring of April 1865. The following two weeks will prove to be the most pivotal and significant two weeks in America's delicate history. In the midst of the frail South, a young Confederate soldier, Abel, returns home from war to find his plantation ...

Willow 2014, Tate Publishing & Enterprises

ISBN-13: 9781629022604

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