Home House Press 1/1/2011. New paperback. Stephen G. Hoffius co-author.
A chronicle that covers the entire Civil War timeframe, from the Secession Convention to the skirmishes outside Greenville that followed the official surrenders,
The Civil War in South Carolina: Selections from the South Carolina Historical Magazine is edited by noted Beaufort historian Lawrence S. Rowland and editor/author Stephen G. Hoffius.
Articles provide both Confederate and Union views of the attack on Fort Sumter and Sherman's March, including studies of technological breakthroughs and recipes on how to substitute for foods unavailable because of the Union blockade.
Every corner of South Carolina is featured in these selections because the war touched the lives of everyone, rich and poor, black and white, Union and Confederate supporters.
Contributors include some of the state's leading historians, including J. Tracy Power, Sam Stoney, J. H. Easterby, John Hammond Moore, Leah Townsend, Harlan Greene, and W. Eric Emerson.