Everyday Life During the Civil War
Writer's Digest Books, Nov 1, 1999 - 292 pages
This exceptional book will be applauded by writers, students, historians and casual readers alike. From soldiers and statesmen to farmers and firing lines, Everyday Life During the Civil War offers an in-depth exploration of this fascinating era. Using dozens of illustrations, timelines and maps, Michael J. Varhola illuminates the details of Northern and Southern economy; town and country living; food and the impact of the war on diet; popular entertainment; clothing; military life; tools and weapons; slang and much more!
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Review: Everyday Life During The Civil WarUser Review - Geoff Sebesta - Goodreads
The "roleplaying game sourcebook" model is clearly one of the finest information-transmitting methods that we've yet invented. I have no problem with books like these, that give you all the most ... Read full review
Review: Everyday Life During The Civil WarUser Review - Mickie - Goodreads
Although this book offered a very shallow and cursory overview of the Civil War period, it was very interesting to read. For an author who needs just the bare bones of the period--it may be a decent source. For reenactors or historians? Skip it. Read full review