The Civil War Calendar, Daily Boxed, Andrews McMeel
On April 12, 1861, a signal mortar shell was fired from Fort Johnson over Fort Sumter and one of the most significant events in American history began: the Civil War. Now, more than fourteen decades later, fascination with the war that divided the nation continues as evidenced by the continuing volume of published works and films as well as by the thousands of Civil War reenactments done worldwide on a regular basis. This calendar captures the triumphs and tragedies of the Civil War with excerpts from actual letters written from the front, lingo, trivia, fascinating facts, snippets from Civil War literature and songs, interesting information about key people, and monumental events and battles noted on the actual dates that they occurred. Civil War buffs, historians, and military personnel will be awed with this intriguing and informative calendar. This 2006 Daily Boxed calendar was published by Andrews McMeel.
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