Guilford County and the Civil War Guilford County and the Civil War
Civil War Series

Guilford County and the Civil War

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Publisher Description

Guilford County residents felt the brutal impact of the Civil War on both the homefront and the battlefield. From the plight of antislavery Quakers to the strength of women, the county was awash in political turmoil. Intriguing abolitionists, fire-breathing secessionists, peacemakers, valiant soldiers and carpetbaggers are some of the figures who contributed to the chaotic time. General Joseph E. Johnston's parole of the Army of Tennessee at Greensboro, as well as the birth of a free black community following the Confederate defeat, brought amazing changes. Local author and historian Carol Moore traces the romantic days in the lead-up to war, the horrors of war itself and the decades of aftermath that followed.

GENRE
History
RELEASED
2015
April 27
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
144
Pages
PUBLISHER
The History Press
SELLER
INscribe Digital
SIZE
3.2
MB

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