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Jack the cat that went to war : Fort Sumter's cat

Author: Russell Horres; Kate Sherrill
Publisher: Charleston, South Carolina : High Battery Press, [2011].
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : Juvenile audience : English : Fort Sumter, South Carolina Sesquicentennial anniversary ed
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"Jack was indeed a most unusual cat. His story will lead young readers back to a time when America was at war with itself. It was a time when all people were not treated as equal, and the question of whether the United States would stand as one nation had not been decided ... Beautiful color illustrations bring the story of life with historical accuracy, and children of all ages will delight in learning history  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Fiction
History
Juvenile works
Juvenile fiction
Material Type: Fiction, Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Russell Horres; Kate Sherrill
ISBN: 9780615436043 0615436048
OCLC Number: 768343943
Notes: Edition statement from book cover.
Description: 1 volume : color illustrations ; 29 cm
Other Titles: Fort Sumter's cat :
Responsibility: written by Russell Horres, Jr. ; illustrated by Kate Sherrill.

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"Jack was indeed a most unusual cat. His story will lead young readers back to a time when America was at war with itself. It was a time when all people were not treated as equal, and the question of whether the United States would stand as one nation had not been decided ... Beautiful color illustrations bring the story of life with historical accuracy, and children of all ages will delight in learning history through the eyes of Jack."--Book jacket flyleaf.

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