216 pp., 9 x 9, 37 halftones, notes, index
Hardcover ISBN: 978-1-4696-4953-5
Published: March 2019
eBook ISBN: 978-1-4696-4954-2
Published: February 2019
Buy this Book
Free E-Exam Copies
In addition to the editors, contributors include Edward L. Ayers, Stephen Berry, William A. Blair, David W. Blight, Peter S. Carmichael, Frances M. Clarke, Catherine Clinton, Stephen Cushman, Stephen D. Engle, Drew Gilpin Faust, Sarah E. Gardner, Judith Giesberg, Lesley J. Gordon, A. Wilson Greene, Caroline E. Janney, Jacqueline Jones, Ari Kelman, James Marten, Carol Reardon, Aaron Sheehan-Dean, Brenda E. Stevenson, Elizabeth R. Varon, and Joan Waugh.
About the Authors
Gary W. Gallagher is the John L. Nau III Professor of History Emeritus at the University of Virginia.
For more information about Gary W. Gallagher, visit the Author Page.
J. Matthew Gallman is professor of history at the University of Florida.
For more information about J. Matthew Gallman, visit the Author Page.
Will Gallagher is a commercial photographer based in Austin, Texas.
For more information about Will Gallagher, visit the Author Page.
"Hopefully, [Civil War Places] will . . . spark increased visitation at the many lesser-known Civil War sites examined in it."--Andrew Wagenhoffer, Civil War Books and Authors
"Of the hundreds of Civil War books I have read over the years, this one is now one of my favorites. The authors' personal and often emotional connections to places associated with the war and its memorialization come alive in moving prose and in Will Gallagher's haunting photographs. I have visited most of these places myself, but I came away from reading the essays with a greater understanding and appreciation of their meaning than ever before."--James M. McPherson, author of The War That Forged a Nation: Why the Civil War Still Matters
"Imagine a group called Civil War Supremes and an album of their greatest hits. That's the treat in store for readers of this book. The very best voices, telling their best stories about places that stir them, and us, to reflect on the war and its memory."--Tony Horwitz, author of Confederates in the Attic
Multimedia & Links
Watch the book trailer: