Lincoln, Antietam and a Northern Lost Cause

Book Lincoln, Antietam and a Northern Lost Cause

Author / Director
Gene Schmiel - @geneofva
Publish / Release Date
Mar 28, 2019
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  1. Non-Fiction
Publisher / Studio
Independently published
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Lincoln, Antietam and a Northern Lost Cause:
What If a Union Victory Did Not End Slavery?


by Gene Schmiel - @geneofva

Published March 28, 2019
Belatedly Launched on CWT on 8/22/2019


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1090698488
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978-1090698483
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