Presidents, Battles, and Must-See Civil War Destinations: Exploring a Kentucky Divided

Presidents, Battles, and Must-See Civil War Destinations: Exploring a Kentucky Divided

As a border state and strategic territory, Kentucky was fiercely contested by the Union and the Confederacy and had ties to both Abraham Lincoln and Jefferson Davis. Kentucky natives and adventure aficionados Cameron Ludwick and Blair Thomas Hess plot the course for a fun-filled road trip through history and across the Bluegrass State in Presidents, Battles, and Must-See C...

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Title:Presidents, Battles, and Must-See Civil War Destinations: Exploring a Kentucky Divided
Author:Cameron Ludwick
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Presidents, Battles, and Must-See Civil War Destinations: Exploring a Kentucky Divided Reviews

  • Barbara

    I loved this book, I am a huge history lover and learned so much about the battles in Kentucky!

  • Amanda Walker

    This would be a great guide to have on hand when touring this area and site seeing in these locations.

  • Fran

    Doesn't give much information on when places are open or when tours are given but it does give contact information for some of the sites. Some contacts are very general and might not be that helpful. I didn't research them all.

  • Kath

    Thank You, Good Reads! Good Reads introduces me to books that I find interesting but would not pick up on my own. I was very pleased with this book and was glad to be a giveaway winner. This book was comprehensive, interesting, and I left wanting to visit some of the sites mentioned in the book.

    I have never participated in a civil war reenactment. However, I acknowledge it's popularity. In an effort to learn more about the civil war/sites that were crucial to the time period, I thought learning

    Thank You, Good Reads! Good Reads introduces me to books that I find interesting but would not pick up on my own. I was very pleased with this book and was glad to be a giveaway winner. This book was comprehensive, interesting, and I left wanting to visit some of the sites mentioned in the book.

    I have never participated in a civil war reenactment. However, I acknowledge it's popularity. In an effort to learn more about the civil war/sites that were crucial to the time period, I thought learning about sites and destinations of the civil war would be a good start. I enjoyed the segment of the book that explained how best to approach a civil war reenactment if you ever wanted to join one.

    The book gives us some background on the importance of Kentucky. The books includes history (especially on Abraham Lincoln) and places to visit to learn more about specific battles of the Civil War. I enjoyed the content. The illustrations added to the book.

    If I ever visit Kentucky, I will consider going to some of those sites.

  • Crystal

    This was a really interesting read.

    As a history buff I thoroughly enjoyed this book and look forward to hopefully checking out some of these places.

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