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Coffee in the American Civil War (article)

David A. Norris, "Strong Enough to Float an Iron Wedge," American Heritage 58/3 (Winter 2008): 10. The Union blockade made coffee scarce for Confederate soldiers, while Union troops had a better chance of getting a hot cup of coffee.

Posted by David Fahey on April 26, 2008 at 03:43 PM in Coffee, United States | Permalink