Portraits of Conflict
A Photographic History of Alabama in the Civil War

Ben H. Severance

Portraits of Conflict: A Photographic History of Alabama in the Civil War is the tenth volume in this acclaimed series showing the human side of the country’s great national conflict. Over 230 photographs of soldiers and civilians from Alabama, many never seen before, are accompanied by their personal stories and woven into the larger narrative of the war both on the battlefield and the home front.

2012, 500 pages
$65.00 cloth, 978-1-55728-989-6

 
 

Portraits of Conflict
A Photographic History of Missouri in the Civil War

Edited by William Garrett Piston and Thomas P. Sweeney

This volume, the ninth in the series, includes hundreds of photographs, many of them never before published. The authors provide text and commentary, organizing the photographs into chapters covering the origins of the war, its conventional and guerrilla phases, the war on the rivers, medicine, the experiences of Missourians who served out of state, and the process of reunion in the postwar years.

2009, 300 pages
$65.00 cloth, 978-1-55728-913-1

 
 

Portraits of Conflict
A Photographic History of Tennessee in the Civil War

Richard B. McCaslin

It’s one thing to understand that over twenty-thousand Confederate and Union soldiers died at the Battle of Murfreesboro. It’s quite another to study an ambrotype portrait of twenty-year-old private Frank B. Crosthwait, dressed in his Sunday best, looking somberly at the camera. In a tragically short time, he’ll be found on the battlefield, mortally wounded, still clutching the knotted pieces of handkerchief he used in a hopeless attempt to stop the bleeding from his injuries.

2007, 430 pages
$75.00 cloth, 978-1-55728-831-8

 

Portraits of Conflict
A Photographic History of Texas in the Civil War
Carl Moneyhon and Bobby Roberts

Texans fought in every theater of the Civil War, from Gettysburg to Shiloh to Pea Ridge and Glorieta Pass. Still on the developing frontier, they struggled with multiple threats to their way of life—Indians to the West, dissidents within, Yankees from the North. This volume tells the tale of the common soldiers who helped preserve their state from Federal invasion.

1998, 344 pages
$75.00 cloth (s), 1-55728-533-0

OUT OF STOCK
 

Portraits of Conflict
A Photographic History of Georgia in the Civil War
Anne J. Bailey and Walter J. Fraser Jr.

From the first Georgians to march north to fight under Robert E. Lee, through Chickamauga, the Atlanta Campaign, and the awful conditions of Andersonville, these 260 photographs bring to light the common soldiers and civilians whose lives were changed forever by the nation's great drama.

1996, 448 pages
$75.00 cloth (s), 1-55728-421-0

OUT OF STOCK
 

Portraits of Conflict
A Photographic History of South Carolina in the Civil War
Richard B. McCaslin

With over 240 photographs, maps, and related documents, McCaslin details the physical and spiritual suffering of the ordinary recruit in his fight for his country, its land, and his family's way of life.

1994, 416 pages
$75.00 cloth (s), 1-55728-363-X

 

Portraits of Conflict
A Photographic History of Mississippi in the Civil War
Bobby Roberts and Carl Moneyhon

This largest volume yet in the University of Arkansas Press's award-winning series on the Civil War deepens our understanding of the nation's costliest human conflict. It tells the stories of the ordinary soldiers—their heroism and fear, the boredom and the misery—in the midst of war.

1993, 424 pages
$75.00 cloth (s), 1-55728-260-9

 

Portraits of Conflict
A Photographic History of Arkansas in the Civil War
Bobby Roberts and Carl Moneyhon

". . . admirably combines text and more than two hundred images to bring into sharper focus the people and places of wartime Arkansas. The authors and publisher did a superb job with this handsome book."Civil War Magazine

1988 Chicago Book Clinic Design Award
1988 AAUP Design Award
1989 Arkansiana Award

1987, 250 pages
$37.50 paper (s), 0-938626-84-1

OUT OF STOCK
 

Portraits of Conflict
A Photographic History of Louisiana in the Civil War
Carl Moneyhon and Bobby Roberts

"By drawing from available written records and painstakingly matching those passages with 350 age-old photographs, the co-authors have created a photojournalistic record of the war in Louisiana like none that has come before it."Louisiana Life

1990, 370 pages
$37.50 paper (s), 1-55728-159-9

 

Portraits of Conflict
A Photographic History of North Carolina in the Civil War
Richard B. McCaslin

These 250 photographs tell the entire saga of North Carolinians in the Civil War—first at Big Bethel, at Gettysburg with Lee, in defense of their home state, and last at Durham with the surrender of Johnston's army to Sherman.

1997, 432 pages
$75.00 cloth, 1-55728-454-7

OUT OF STOCK
 

 

The University of Arkansas Press • McIlroy House • 105 N.McIlroy Avenue • Fayetteville, Arkansas 72701
800-626-0090 • 479-575-3246 • FAX 479-575-6044

 

The University of Arkansas