Food in the Civil War Era, The North is part of a series of books on the history American food from the Michigan State University Press. Other books in the series highlight topics such as Civil War food in the south, food during the Great Depression, Eating Ethnic in the Age of Globalization, and Food and Health Fads, among other topics.
- Mary Hooker Cornelius. The Young Housekeeper’s Friend. Boston: Taggard & Thompson, 1863.
- Mrs. S.G. Knight. Tit-Bits; Or, How to Prepare a Nice Dish at a Moderate Expense. Boston: Crosby and Nichols, 1864.
- P.K.S.What to Do with the Cold Mutton: A Book of Réchauffés, Together with Many Other Approved Recipets for the Kitchen of a Gentleman of Moderate Income. New York: Bunce and Huntington, Publishers, 1865
- Ann Howe. The American Kitchen Directory and Housewife. Cincinnati: Howe’s Subscription Book Concern, 1868.
- What Shall We Eat? A Manual for Housekeepers, Comprising a Bill of Fare for Breakfast, Dinner, and Tea, for Every Day in the Year. New York: G.P. Putnam & Son, 1868.