Even though they fought on opposing sides, most soldiers in the Civil War were similarly educated, came from rural backgrounds, spoke the same language, and knew the same songs. They also suffered the same hazards and hardships of an enlisted man's life. In this informative coloring book, artist Peter Copeland dramatically captures the danger, tedium, and even lighter moments of a soldier's life-from initial recruitment to the Grand Review in Washington at war's end.
This coloring book features 45 realistic black-and-white illustrations complete with informative captions. Paperback; 48 pages.
This item proudly printed in the USA!