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  • Patrice LeBlanc

    One of my favorite books :)

  • Sara Forrest

    Awesome Historical Fiction!!!

  • Jan Seifert

    Great historical fiction series

  • LaDawna Celestine

    Love the entire trilogy!

  • Beth Holloway

    North and South - by John Jakes First book of the trilogy spanning generations and two wars - one of them the Civil War. Not only is it full of romance, it's also chock full of history. Great way to learn about our nation's history during the mid to late 1800's.

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From the first Union rout in Virginia to the last tragic moments of surrender, here is a gigantic five-year panorama of the Civil War! Hostilities divide the Hazards and the Mains, testing them with loyalties more powerful than family ties. While soldiers from both families clash on the battlefields, strong-willed men and beautiful women defend their principles with their lives ... or satisfy illicit cravings with schemes that could destroy friends and enemies alike

North and South by John Jakes

If you like Civil War dramas, inspired storytelling, and epic romances, there is none better than John Jakes' NORTH AND SOUTH...

Kinship & Courage series, Jane Kirkpatrick. 'Based on an 1852 diary entry made on the Oregon Trail.  “Today we met eleven wagons headed back east, all driven by women their men having died and been buried on the trail.”  Three novels that explore the lives of these women as they deal with the wilderness places of their lives.'

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North and South - Great Miniseries.

North and South - definitely one of the best miniseries out there...

Daughter of Fortune, Isabel Allende. I'm glad I have this book, so I can read it again. On every level, Allende writes a gritty love story — for the people, for the history and the places.

Orry and George's graduation ceremony from the Military Academy at West Point, 1846.