A deeply persuasive argument for increased partnership in Civil War studies between archaeologists and practitioners of traditional documentary history.
--Civil War Books and Authors
From These Honored Dead is an important addition to the growing field of conflict archaeology. Despite the thousands of histories of the Civil War, it aptly illustrates that archaeologists have much to contribute before the whole story is told.--
Armed with physical evidence and the methodologies of their field, the archaeologists test and expand upon the work of historians.--
--Missouri Historical Review
Shed[s] light on a complex and. . .largely unknown theater of the war between the states.--
Professional archaeologists, avocational archaeologists (especially metal detectorists), Civil War historians, and reenactors can all benefit from careful reading of this volume. It is highly recommended.--
--Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology
Any Civil War park managers or historians will want this book as a reference.
--Journal of America’s Military Past
From These Honored Dead exhibits a high state of academic methodology and scholarship.--
--Journal of Southern History