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U.S. Civil War
How do I approach the way in which literature, historical research and art help us understand the...
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Why was the Civil War considered the second American Revolution?
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In Lee's "Letter to His Son," what words does Lee use to describe war?
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How did controversy over the Constitution lead to the American Civil War?
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What three political issues led to conflicts between the north and south in the early 1800s?
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Fun facts about the U.S. Civil War?What was a spcial event that not many people know about that...
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What were the major provisions of the Compromise of 1850?
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