The Old North State at War: The North Carolina Civil War Atlas
By Mark A. Moore, Jessica A. Bandel, and Michael Hill
A comprehensive study that highlights every significant military engagement in North Carolina and analyzes the war’s social, economic, and political consequences through maps, tables, charts, and text. In addition to researching and creating the book’s 99 maps, Moore wrote the main narrative for Chapters 5 and 6 covering Fort Fisher, the Wilmington Campaign, Sherman’s Carolinas Campaign of 1865, and the end of the war. Foreword by Craig Symonds. Hardbound 11″ x 17″. 190 pp. 99 maps. 47 color images. 60 halftones.
Distributed by the University of North Carolina Press
Leadership in History, Award of Merit (American Association for State and Local History, 2016) — The Leadership in History award is give to establish and encourage standards of excellence in the collection, preservation, and interpretation of state and local history in order to make the past more meaningful to all people.
The North Caroliniana Book Award (North Caroliniana Society, Chapel Hill, N.C., 2015) — The North Caroliniana Book Award is given annually to a publication that captures the essence of North Carolina by contributing powerfully to an understanding of the state.
Book of the Year (2016): Civil War Books and Authors