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The last days of the Civil War

"It was the gravest crisis in American history. For four bitter years, Union and Confederate troops battled to determine the fate of a divided nation, with the outcome unclear until the very end. THE LAST DAYS OF THE CIVIL WAR explores this critical period through five original programs. April 1865: The Month That Saved America, based on Jay Winik's bestselling book, chronicles the remarkable succession of events leading from the fall of Richmond to Appomattox. Civil War Combat: The Tragedy at Cold Harbor details the brutal, 10-month battle many feel was the war's turning point. And in-depth profiles--two from the award-winning BIOGRAPHY series--illuminate the personalities at the heart of the conflict: Abraham Lincoln, Jefferson Davis, and Robert E. Lee. Explore the forces, figures and events that defined the end of a tragic era-and shaped the nation that emerged."--P. [4] of cover
Table Of Contents
Volume 1: April 1865, the month that saved America -- Civil War combat, the tragedy of Cold Harbor -- Volume 2: Biography, Abraham Lincoln -- Civil War journal, Jefferson Davis -- Biography, Robert E. Lee
Physical Description
2 videodiscs (ca. 350 min.), sd., col., 4 3/4 in.
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  • Princeton Public Library

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