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Rifles for Watie

Rifles for Watie by Harold Keith
Harold Keith
Crowell
Release Date:Sep-25-1987

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Rifles for Watie is a Civil War adventure story about a boy in the Union Army who goes to spy on the Confederate Army. While among the Confederates he learns to like them a lot and realizes that they are not what he had thought. Their views abo


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Rifles for Watie Study Guide consists of approx. 106 pages of summaries and analysis on Rifles for Watie by Harold Keith.
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Study Guide
Rifles for Watie Study Guide consists of approx. 106 pages of summaries and analysis on Rifles for Watie by Harold Keith.
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Study Guide
Rifles for Watie Study Guide consists of approx. 106 pages of summaries and analysis on Rifles for Watie by Harold Keith.
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Study Guide
Rifles for Watie Study Guide consists of approx. 106 pages of summaries and analysis on Rifles for Watie by Harold Keith.
link to study material
 
 
Study Guide
Rifles for Watie Study Guide consists of approx. 106 pages of summaries and analysis on Rifles for Watie by Harold Keith.
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Study Guide, Questions, Discussion
Jeff Bussey, the main character of Rifles for Watie, learns about the cruelty, destructiveness, and waste that war creates. Few readers realize the intensity of the Civil War battles waged west of the Mississippi River, and this novel examines the issues, weapons, and strategies involved in the western campaigns. All the characters, whether admirable or evil, are believable, and Jeff Bussey's courage, perseverance, loyalty, and consideration for others make him an inspiring role model for readers of all ages. (The entire page is 83 words.)
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Study Guide, Questions, Discussion
Jeff Bussey, the main character of Rifles for Watie, learns about the cruelty, destructiveness, and waste that war creates. Few readers realize the intensity of the Civil War battles waged west of the Mississippi River, and this novel examines the issues, weapons, and strategies involved in the western campaigns. All the characters, whether admirable or evil, are believable, and Jeff Bussey's courage, perseverance, loyalty, and consideration for others make him an inspiring role model for readers of all ages. (The entire page is 83 words.)
link to study material
 
 
Study Guide, Questions, Discussion
Jeff Bussey, the main character of Rifles for Watie, learns about the cruelty, destructiveness, and waste that war creates. Few readers realize the intensity of the Civil War battles waged west of the Mississippi River, and this novel examines the issues, weapons, and strategies involved in the western campaigns. All the characters, whether admirable or evil, are believable, and Jeff Bussey's courage, perseverance, loyalty, and consideration for others make him an inspiring role model for readers of all ages. (The entire page is 83 words.)
link to study material
 
 
Study Guide, Questions, Discussion
Jeff Bussey, the main character of Rifles for Watie, learns about the cruelty, destructiveness, and waste that war creates. Few readers realize the intensity of the Civil War battles waged west of the Mississippi River, and this novel examines the issues, weapons, and strategies involved in the western campaigns. All the characters, whether admirable or evil, are believable, and Jeff Bussey's courage, perseverance, loyalty, and consideration for others make him an inspiring role model for readers of all ages. (The entire page is 83 words.)
link to study material
 
 
Study Guide, Questions, Discussion
Jeff Bussey, the main character of Rifles for Watie, learns about the cruelty, destructiveness, and waste that war creates. Few readers realize the intensity of the Civil War battles waged west of the Mississippi River, and this novel examines the issues, weapons, and strategies involved in the western campaigns. All the characters, whether admirable or evil, are believable, and Jeff Bussey's courage, perseverance, loyalty, and consideration for others make him an inspiring role model for readers of all ages. (The entire page is 83 words.)
link to study material
 
 
Study Guide, Questions, Discussion
Jeff Bussey, the main character of Rifles for Watie, learns about the cruelty, destructiveness, and waste that war creates. Few readers realize the intensity of the Civil War battles waged west of the Mississippi River, and this novel examines the issues, weapons, and strategies involved in the western campaigns. All the characters, whether admirable or evil, are believable, and Jeff Bussey's courage, perseverance, loyalty, and consideration for others make him an inspiring role model for readers of all ages. (The entire page is 83 words.)
link to study material
 
 
Study Guide, Questions, Discussion
Jeff Bussey, the main character of Rifles for Watie, learns about the cruelty, destructiveness, and waste that war creates. Few readers realize the intensity of the Civil War battles waged west of the Mississippi River, and this novel examines the issues, weapons, and strategies involved in the western campaigns. All the characters, whether admirable or evil, are believable, and Jeff Bussey's courage, perseverance, loyalty, and consideration for others make him an inspiring role model for readers of all ages. (The entire page is 83 words.)
link to study material
 
 
Study Guide, Questions, Discussion
Jeff Bussey, the main character of Rifles for Watie, learns about the cruelty, destructiveness, and waste that war creates. Few readers realize the intensity of the Civil War battles waged west of the Mississippi River, and this novel examines the issues, weapons, and strategies involved in the western campaigns. All the characters, whether admirable or evil, are believable, and Jeff Bussey's courage, perseverance, loyalty, and consideration for others make him an inspiring role model for readers of all ages. (The entire page is 83 words.)
link to study material
 
 
Study Guide, Questions, Discussion
Jeff Bussey, the main character of Rifles for Watie, learns about the cruelty, destructiveness, and waste that war creates. Few readers realize the intensity of the Civil War battles waged west of the Mississippi River, and this novel examines the issues, weapons, and strategies involved in the western campaigns. All the characters, whether admirable or evil, are believable, and Jeff Bussey's courage, perseverance, loyalty, and consideration for others make him an inspiring role model for readers of all ages. (The entire page is 83 words.)
link to study material
 
 
Study Guide, Questions, Discussion
Jeff Bussey, the main character of Rifles for Watie, learns about the cruelty, destructiveness, and waste that war creates. Few readers realize the intensity of the Civil War battles waged west of the Mississippi River, and this novel examines the issues, weapons, and strategies involved in the western campaigns. All the characters, whether admirable or evil, are believable, and Jeff Bussey's courage, perseverance, loyalty, and consideration for others make him an inspiring role model for readers of all ages. (The entire page is 83 words.)
link to study material
 
 
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