10 of the Best Civil War Short Stories [NOOK Book]

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10 of the Best Civil War Short Stories

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Overview

Here's Ten of the Best Civil War short stories written some of the finest authors of the time:


THE AFFAIR AT COULTER'S NOTCH By Ambrose Bierce
CHICKAMAUGA By Ambrose Bierce
KILLED AT RESACA By Ambrose Bierce
AN OCCURRENCE AT OWL CREEK BRIDGE By Ambrose Bierce
ONE OF THE MISSING By Ambrose Bierce
THE LOST GUIDON By Charles Egbert Craddock
THE RAID OF THE GUERILLA By Charles Egbert Craddock
THE BRIGADE COMMANDER By J. W. Deforest
THE BURIAL OF THE GUNS By Thomas Nelson Page
THE PRIVATE HISTORY OF A CAMPAIGN THAT FAILED By Mark Twain

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012184818
  • Publisher: Cherry Lane Ebooks
  • Publication date: 3/9/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 385,319
  • File size: 332 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 26, 2011

    Wonderful Collection

    It's a Wonderful Collection!

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 23, 2012

    Civil War Shorts

    Some interesting, some cofusing. Loved "The Burial of the Guns".

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 23, 2012

    All Pokemon 6

    101. Remoraid- the squirt Pokemon. Remoraid cling to Mantine to feed on their food scraps. It can shoot down flying prey with forceful squirts from its mouth. 102. Rhyhorn- the spiked rhino Pokemon. Coveredin thick hide and able to take down buildings, this Pokemon is not known for its smarts. Rhyhorn use the horn on its head to barrel through thick rock. 103. Sandslash- the armadillo Pokemon. Sandslash uses the sharp spines on its back to damage foes. It curls into a ball and rolls into them when attacked. 104. Scyther- the mantis Pokemon. Scyther is almost impossible to avoid because it moves like a ninja. Its scythes are razor sharp. 105. Seadra- the spray Pokemon. Located on its fins and bones are ingredients used to make medicine. Seadra's spine is purely for protection. 106. Seaking- the goldfish Pokemon. Seaking lives in boulders that it hollows out using its horn. It will protect its eggs with its life. 107. Seel- the baby sea lion Pokemon. The point on Seel's head it used to break ice while swimming below icebergs. It sticks with its mother for its first few weeks. 108. Serviper- the fang snake Pokemon. Serviper uses rocks to sharpen its tail for battle. It is very venimous. 109. Sharpedo- the brutal shark Pokemon. Sharpedo can swim at seventy five miles per hour, and their fangs can rip through sheet iron. This Pokemon is known as the Bully of the Sea. 110. Shellos- the sea slug Pokemon. Shellos looks different depending on where it lives. If from the east, they are blue and green. The west, pink and white. 111. Shinx- the flash Pokemon. This Pokemon can temporarily blind its foes when threatened. Shinx creates a dazzling light show with its electrified fur. 112. Silcoon- the cocoon Pokemon. Silcoon will stay motionless until it evolves. It anchors itself by using silk from its body to wrap itself up in twigs. 113. Skitty- the kitten Pokemon. Skitty will run in circles chasing its own tail. It will look for any excuse to chase moving objects. It is a favorite pet among children. 114. Skorupi- the scorpian Pokemon. Skorupi will bury itself in sand to surprise its prey. Once its prey is in its claws, it will inject it with poison. 115. Skuntank- the skunk Pokemon. Skuntank is able to spray its stench hundreds of feet away. The longer the smell lingers, the worse it will smell. 116. Slaking- the lazy Pokemon. Although dubbed The World's Laziest Pokemon, Slaking is actually storing energy for attacks. 117. Slakoth- the sloth Pokemon. Just looking at Slakoth will make you sleepy. It spends all day lounging around. 118. Slugma- the lava Pokemon. This Pokemon needs to move constantly or the magma in its body will cool and harden. Slugma lives in volcanos. 119. Snubbull- the pitbull puppy Pokemon. Although considered cute by some women, most small creatures flee from Snubbull's scary face. 120. Spearow- the tiny bird Pokemon. Fast and furious, Spearow can spot prey in the grass and use its strong beak to pick it out. Their attitude makes up for their size.

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