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The Civil War in Georgia
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Georgians, like all Americans, experienced the Civil War in a variety of ways. Through selected articles drawn from the New Georgia Encyclopedia, this collection chronicles the diversity of Georgia's Civil War experience and reflects the most current scholarship in terms of how the Civil War has come to be studied, documented, and analysed.
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John C. Inscoe is Albert B. Saye Professor of History and University Professor at the University of Georgia. His nine books include "Writing the South through the Self: Explorations in Southern Autobiography" and "Enemies of the Country: New Perspectives on Unionists in the Civil War South" (both Georgia). Inscoe is the editor of the New Georgia Encyclopedia and secretary-treasurer of the Southern Historical Association.

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"An excellent book for anyone interested in the home front during the war."--"NYMAS Reviews" "John C. Inscoe has skillfully edited and arranged seventy-three topics into three sections: 'Prelude to War, ' 'The War Years, ' and 'The War's Legacy.' The result is a valuable resource that provides concise information on major social, political, and military events from the antebellum era through Reconstruction in the 'Empire State of the South.'"--Brett J. Derbes, "Journal of Southern History" John C. Inscoe has skillfully edited and arranged seventy-three topics into three sections: 'Prelude to War, ' 'The War Years, ' and 'The War's Legacy.' The result is a valuable resource that provides concise information on major social, political, and military events from the antebellum era through Reconstruction in the 'Empire State of the South.' --Brett J. Derbes "Journal of Southern History " An excellent book for anyone interested in the home front during the war. --NYMAS Reviews That the text is so seamless is a tribute to the strong hand of project editor John C. Inscoe, Professor of History at the University of Georgia and onetime editor of the Georgia Historical Quarterly. . . . Those looking for a sophisticated, concise overview of Georgia's role in the American Civil War. . .would do well to begin here. --The Civil War Monitor The Civil War in Georgia uses selected articles drawn from the New Georgia Encyclopedia to cover the Georgia Civil War experience and provide the latest scholarship discussing how the Civil War affected individual states. . . .A fine guide, this is a pick for any Civil War or Southern history holding. --Midwest Book Review John C. Inscoe has skillfully edited and arranged seventy-three topics into three sections: 'Prelude to War, ' 'The War Years, ' and 'The War's Legacy.' The result is a valuable resource that provides concise information on major social, political, and military events from the antebellum era through Reconstruction in the 'Empire State of the South.'--Brett J. Derbes ""Journal of Southern History" " An excellent book for anyone interested in the home front during the war.--"NYMAS Reviews" That the text is so seamless is a tribute to the strong hand of project editor John C. Inscoe, Professor of History at the University of Georgia and onetime editor of the "Georgia Historical Quarterly." . . . Those looking for a sophisticated, concise overview of Georgia's role in the American Civil War. . .would do well to begin here.--The Civil War Monitor "The Civil War in Georgia" uses selected articles drawn from the New Georgia Encyclopedia to cover the Georgia Civil War experience and provide the latest scholarship discussing how the Civil War affected individual states. . . .A fine guide, this is a pick for any Civil War or Southern history holding.--Midwest Book Review "That the text is so seamless is a tribute to the strong hand of project editor John C. Inscoe, Professor of History at the University of Georgia and onetime editor of the "Georgia Historical Quarterly". . . . Those looking for a sophisticated, concise overview of Georgia's role in the American Civil War. . .would do well to begin here."--Keith Muchowsky, "The Civil War Monitor " ""The Civil War in Georgia" uses selected articles drawn from the New Georgia Encyclopedia to cover the Georgia Civil War experience and provide the latest scholarship discussing how the Civil War affected individual states. . . .A fine guide, this is a pick for any Civil War or Southern history holding." --"Midwest Book Review"

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