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Civil War Quotes, Notes, and Facts 1.0

Quotes, notes, and facts of the Civil War. Text-To-Speech, this software talks.

Developer:
NELLA_WARE
License:
Shareware
OS:
Windows 98 / ME / XP
Requirements:
IE3.02+, 128 RAM, 25MB disk space, Windows compatible sound card and speakers.
Price:
$22.99
Price is subject to change at any time by the company
Date added:
12/20/2004
Last Update:
6/19/2012
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Download free trial ( Free Trial |9.99 MB ) Civil War Quotes, Notes, and Facts 1.0 Publisher's description
Full of quotes, notes, and facts of the Civil War. Has Text-To-Speech technology, this software talks and will read the Civil War information to you in a human-sounding computer generated voice. Learn about the Civil War. View Civil War pictures. Has three entire books about the Civil War. Easily transfer the Civil War information to documents in other software. You can read, listen to, or print out the Civil War quotes, notes, facts, and library books. Read and listen to information about Abraham Lincoln, U.S. Grant, Robert E. Lee, Jefferson Davis, William Tecumseh Sherman, Thomas Jonathan "Stonewall" Jackson, Frederick Douglass, the common soldiers, the citizens, Billy Yank, Johnny Reb, the generals and officers, the politicians, Gettysburg, Antietam, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, First and Second Bull Run, Alexander Stephens, the Confederacy, African-American Union soldiers, slaves, Civil War equipment, and lots, lots more. This software will help you to learn about this amazing time in United States history. Civil War pictures are shown along with the quotes, or notes and facts. Something for everybody is included, whether you are a Civil War buff and student of many battles, or a new recruit starting out on your first Civil War learning campaign. Find out what the people of the Civil War said and did. Read about the concerns, fears, experiences, and problems of the every-day Yankee or Rebel. Read about the famous battles from the words of those who fought in them. Uses Microsoft Agent Technology. Through an animated character (Merlin - the Civil War Reading Wizard) who speaks to you in a human-sounding computer generated voice, you can listen as the text of the Civil War quotes, notes and facts, or Library books is read to you.