Get this from a library blood on the water the great lakes during the civil war frederick stonehouse. Blood on the water the great lakes during the civil war 1795 in stock quantity add to cart sku 1018 category books description reviews 0 description stonehouse all during the later part of the civil war the great lakes states were under continuous secret attack by the confederacy blood on the water is a fascinating look at . The civil war on the great lakes posted 2 10 2014 by john grady when president jefferson davis refused to sanction a plot to take the american civil war to the great lakes in the winter of 1863 confederate navy lieutenant robert d minor reluctantly returned to his mundane duties as director of ordnance and hydrography in richmond. However it can be argued that the war brought about the transition of british north america canada east canada west into the nation now known as canada in his book blood and daring how canada fought the american civil war and forged a nation author john boyko details the political forces that brought about that change. During the civil war the souths use of enslaved labor gave it c the fort was far from water which made it difficult to reach the fort was only approachable from one direction by land the great lakes and the columbia river
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