The president of the Confederate States of America, Jefferson Davis, was reluctant to take office. He had a military background and would have rather have taken a post on the battlefield. In this compelling biography, readers are introduced to Davis as a historical figure to learn from, rather than simply a character on the losing side of the Civil War. From his family life to his political career, the story of Davis's life is included in age-appropriate detail with historical context. The engaging content gives readers a chance to see the divided nation through another lens, encouraging further research of a complex time in U.S. history.
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