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Micklos, John Jr.
Series: Artifacts from the American Past
The bloody Battle of Spotsylvania Court House took place in May 1864. How did the bullet-riddled stump of a once-mighty oak tree there become a symbol of the conflict? What can its story tell us about that day’s battle and the broader history of the Civil War?
Character 2: -
Size: 9 x 7
Interest Grade: Grades 4-5
Penworthy Release: 08-2021
Item #: 50057
Onhand Quantity : 46
Capstone Press, U.S. History, Civil War, Smithsonian, Slavery, Spotsylvania Court House, 1864, Primary Source, Informational Nonfiction, History
Reader, Nonfiction, Capstone Press