John S. Carbone
From the drama of blockade-running to graphic descriptions of battles on the state's islands and sounds, this book portrays the explosive events that took place in the state's coastal region during the Civil War. The author discusses the strategic importance of coastal North Carolina, Federal occupation of coastal areas, blockade-running, and the impact of the war on civilians. Illustrated with 85 photographs, engravings, drawings, and maps.
Paperbound. Pp. xxvi, 175. Illus. Index. (2nd printing, 2006) (t)