(University Press of Kentucky) Although bound to each other and to the South by their common culture, economy, and values, the people of Kentucky and Tennessee found themselves on opposing sides during the Civil War. In this book, historians examine the social, political, and economic impact of that war on the people of these two states, including disenfranchised groups such as women, refugees, and African Americans. Kent T. Dollar is an assistant professor of history at Tennessee Technological University. Larry H. Whiteaker is a professor emeritus of history at Tennessee Technological University and author of The Individual and Society in America. W. Calvin Dickinson is a professor emeritus of history at Tennessee Technological University.