Everyday Life During the Civil War
Writer's Digest Books, Nov 1, 1999 - 292 pages
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, Varhola illuminates the details of both Northern and Southern life.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - hadden - LibraryThing
I wrote the preface. This work examines everyday life, so that writers of period fiction and non-fiction will be able to give period reality to their works. For example, the work examines everyday ... Read full review