The town that started the Civil War

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full_title town that started the civil war
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author Brandt, Nat
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publishDate 1990
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subject_facet Fugitive slaves -- Ohio, Oberlin (Ohio) -- History, Underground railroad -- Ohio, United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Causes, Wellington (Ohio) -- History
title_display The town that started the Civil War
title_full The town that started the Civil War / Nat Brandt
title_short The town that started the Civil War
topic_facet Causes, Fugitive slaves, History, Underground railroad