The Civil War as seen through the diaries of a brother and sister-one who had to fight it, and one who had to stay home and live it. Volume 1 - Sarah Fowler Morgan A Confederate Girl's Diary Volume 2 - James Morris Morgan Recollections of a Rebel Reefer Born into Baton Rouge society, Sarah Fowler Morgan grew up with all the privileges that wealth and southern social class could afford. That idyllic life, however, was soon shattered by the Civil War. Between March 1862 and April 1865, Miss. Morgan kept a diary of her experiences. It is the story of both unbelievable heroism and craven cowardice, as the citizens of an entire nation adjust and endure during the worst time they will ever kw. Blanketing it all was a pervasive climate of fear-the personal fears of day to day living, and the long-term fears of what would happen to their beloved Confederacy. In the span of just three years, Sarah Morgan lost her father, three brothers, her home and her country. She records it all in: MORGAN'S WAR One of the most riveting Civil War reads you will ever have-made all the more compelling by the fact that every bit of it actually happened.