University of Georgia Press
"This superb collection of essays builds on the central observation that the Civil War was 'a household war.' Households, Lisa Tendrich Frank and LeeAnn Whites explain, were both a “physical place and an ideological construct” that became 'the guiding principle behind many of the war’s causes as well as the impetus for wartime strategies.' In sum, the Civil War was 'a conflict rooted in, fought by, and waged against households.'"
Gallman, J. Matthew
"Household War: How Americans Lived and Fought the Civil War,"
Civil War Book Review: Vol. 23
Available at: https://digitalcommons.lsu.edu/cwbr/vol23/iss4/8