BACW

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BACWBlack Administrators in Child Welfare
BACWBlank Alternate Code Word (computing)
BACWBay Area Career Women (San Francisco, CA)
BACWBattles of the American Civil War (book)
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Confederate Waterloo: The Battle of Five Forks, April 1, 1865 and the Controversy that Brought Down a General is a detailed, scholarly analysis of one of the final battles of the American Civil War. Although The Battle of Five Forks ended in victory for the Union, its ramifications lasted long after Civil War's end.
Author Meg Groeling presents an examination of the handling of the dead in the aftermath of battles of the American Civil War. The author has organized the main body of her text in eighteen chapters devoted to the counting of the Civil War dead, the processing of bodies on Civil War battlefields, the transport of remains back home from Civil War battlefields and hospitals, and a wide variety of other related subjects.
Synopsis: The momentous Battle of First Bull Run was one of the largest land battles of the American Civil War, so it is not surprising that this is among the most haunted battlefields in our nation.
Sir - Steffan Rhys implies ("Words of the Welshmen who fought in the bloody battles of the American Civil War," Aug 9) that most first, second and third generation Welsh in America at the time of the American Civil War fought almost exclusively for the Union.
That's the way Shelby Foote liked it, a folksy man, who made vivid the battles of the American Civil War to a TV audience of millions.