The Civil War in the Great Interior

About The Civil War in the Great Interior

The Civil War in the Great Interior is a series of short documentary histories on the Civil War in the midwestern states. Each volume presents fresh primary sources that will aid professors and students, as well as the informed general reader, in exploring the social, political, and military impact of the Civil War.

In 2011, the sesquicentennial of the Civil War renewed interest in this complicated, defining period of American history. The Civil War in the Great Interior series—now with four established titles—has been called "remarkable" by the Missouri Historical Review. Individual books in the series have been lauded for the "chorus of diverse voices" (Ohio Valley History) they include and praised widely for the usefulness they offer students at any level.


Acquisitions Editor
Inquiries about submissions or submission guidelines should be directed to the acquisitions editor, Ricky S. Huard.

huard@ohio.edu
(740) 593 1157

Editor(s)

Martin J. Hershock
Christine Dee

Featured Title

Cover of Illinois’s War


All Titles

Cover of Illinois’s War
Cover of Kansas’s War

Cover of Indiana’s War
Cover of Missouri’s War

Cover of Ohio’s War