Technology of the American Civil War (A True Book (Relaunch)) (Paperback)

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Technology of the American Civil War (A True Book (Relaunch)) (Paperback)


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A fascinating series that examines the causes and consequences of one of the deadliest conflicts in our country's history.

Photography, railroads, telegraphs, advanced weaponry . . . many of these technologies existed before the Civil War, but their use in the conflict played a huge role in changing the course of history. Some other advances, like the medical treatment given to wounded soldiers, were developed during the war. Learn about all the methods and machines that turned the tide of history in Technology of the American Civil War.

About This Series:

The Civil War took place in America between April 1861 and April 1865. During the four-year struggle between the North and the South, approximately 10,000 battles were fought on land and sea, leaving 620,000 dead. As a result of the war, more than three million enslaved people gained their freedom. The four books in the "Exploring the Civil War" series examine the war's key people, places, and events, and its causes and consequences, making them the perfect tools to introduce children to one of the defining events in American history.

Felicia Brower is a writer living in Denver, Colorado, who is passionate about sustainability and green living. She studied Environmental Policy and Planning at Virginia Tech and loves learning about and sharing ways to protect the environment.
Product Details ISBN: 9781546136293
ISBN-10: 1546136290
Publisher: Children's Press
Publication Date: January 7th, 2025
Pages: 48
Language: English
Series: A True Book (Relaunch)