An Undivided Union (Illustrated): The Blue and Gray on Land by Oliver Optic

An Undivided Union (Illustrated): The Blue and Gray on Land

byOliver Optic, Edward Stratemeyer, A. Burnham Shute, Illustrator

Kobo ebook | February 14, 2016

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The outline and incomplete material of An Undivided Union were left among the papers of the late William T. Adams ("Oliver Optic"), and the same notes that were to complete the "Blue and Gray On Land" series also closed the life-work of one of America's best-known writer of boys' stories. The book was completed by Edward Stratemeyer.

An Undivided Union is the sixth and last volume of the Blue and Gray — on Land series. Like its predecessors, the book follows the adventures of the Riverlawn Cavalry, a Union regiment, raised in Kentucky and participating in the daring campaigns undertaken by the Army of the Cumberland. As in the previous tales of this series, Deck Lyon again comes to the front as the boldest hero, but his achievements come in second to his foster brother. This is a story about people on opposite sides of the war who are not willing to yield each other.

Included in this Illustrated Edition of the 1899 version of "An Undivided Union" are all seven original illustrations, rejuvenated, and 10 additional, relevant illustrations that are unique to this edition of the book.

William Taylor Adams (1822 – 1897), pseudonym Oliver Optic, was a famous academic, author, and a member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives. Adams wrote over 100 books and most of them for a boy audience.

Title:An Undivided Union (Illustrated): The Blue and Gray on LandFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:February 14, 2016Publisher:Steve GabanyLanguage:English

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