The Civil War: A Very Bloody Affair – 1862
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APA Citation, 7th Edition (style guide)

Ken Burns., & Ken Burns|PRODUCER. (1990). The Civil War: A Very Bloody Affair – 1862 . PBS.

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Ken Burns and Ken Burns|PRODUCER. 1990. The Civil War: A Very Bloody Affair – 1862. PBS.

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Ken Burns and Ken Burns|PRODUCER. The Civil War: A Very Bloody Affair – 1862 PBS, 1990.

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Ken Burns, and Ken Burns|PRODUCER. The Civil War: A Very Bloody Affair – 1862 PBS, 1990.

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