Civil War 101: The TextVook by Dr. Vook Ph.D and Charles River Editors
Understand the details and scope of the bloodiest war in America's history with this eBook. "Civil War 101: The TextVook," presents the history of the Civil War in an easy-to-digest and entertaining format. This TextVook contains 4,000 words written and curated by Ivy League graduates, and stars Dr. Vook Ph.D., a smart professor who explains everything about Bull Run to Sherman's March to the Sea.
Find out about The Battle of Gettysburg, how Stonewall Jackson got his name and other informative historical facts. Whether you're interested in studying the Civil War, brushing up on a history course you took years ago, or just fascinated about how America has evolved, you will advance your knowledge with this eBook.
Understand the Civil War like a history professor by reading these insightful chapters:
- The Slow March to War
- 1860-1861: The South Secedes
- 1861: Costly Battles
- 1862: Both Sides Taste Success
- 1863: The Tide Turns
- 1864: The North Presses its Advantage
- 1865: The End of the Confederacy
- A Divided Legacy