6 edition of Union Army camp cooking found in the catalog.
Union Army camp cooking
Includes bibliographical references (p. 36-37).
|Statement||Patricia B. Mitchell.|
|Series||Patricia B. Mitchell foodways publications|
|LC Classifications||UC723 .M58 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||37 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||37|
|LC Control Number||90169498|
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This description and many other excerpts from diaries, journals, and letters of Union Army soldiers in the American Civil War make Union Army Camp Cooking by Patricia B.
Mitchell an especially informative and fascinating-to-read book. Confederate Camp Cooking by Patricia B. Mitchell revision of the first edition (), describing the rations and culinary Union Army camp cooking book of the Southern soldier. 33 authentic and commemorative recipes. 52 research notes, 37 pages.
x inches. – Union Officer, October The following Union army recipe comes from Camp Fires and Camp Cooking; or Culinary Hints for the Soldier by Captain Sanderson. It s. The Union Army in the American Civil War had a standard ration: roughly three-quarters of a pound of meat, a pound of flour or cornmeal, some.
A private in the Union army made $13 a month, while a three star general made over $ a month. Soldiers in the Confederate army made less with privates earning $11 a month.
Payments were slow and irregular, however, with soldiers sometimes waiting over 6 months to get paid. The full Union marching ration consisted of one pound of hard bread (the infamous hardtack), three-quarters of a pound of salted pork or one-and-a-quarter pound of fresh meat, along with coffee, sugar and salt allotments.
At the beginning of the war, the Confederacy adopted the Union. Civil War Food Hardtack. Union soldiers also received a hard, unsavory cracker-like biscuit that the soldiers dubbed hardtack while Confederate soldiers were lucky if they received a good supply of cornmeal.
During battles and when food was scarce a Union soldier’s primary source of substance often came from hardtack.
Hardtack is basically bread, it’s three inches long and half an inch. The staple ration for Union soldiers was hardtack, a rock-hard biscuit. But other simple Civil War recipes, like soups, stews and hash, could be.
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As a camp follower, Corbin supported the Army by providing basic logistics functions, such as washing, sewing, cooking and cleaning. During the British-Hessian attack on Fort Washington, Nov. Then Adjutant Thomas Sturgis, while a member of a Union regiment on guard detail at Camp Morton, describes the conditions in the camp during the summer and autumn of “At the time of which I write the cooking at Camp Morton was done by my details.
Northern rations. According to Hardee's Rifle and Light Infantry Tactics, written by a U.S. Army officer from the South before the war, the rations for a soldier during this time usually included. 20 oz. pork or beef (Beef was either fresh or salted, and pork was always salted.); 12 oz.
hard bread in camp or garrison or 16 oz. of hard bread at sea, on campaign, or on the march. Camp Douglas, in Chicago, Illinois, sometimes described as "The North's Andersonville," was one of the largest Union Army prisoner-of-war camps for Confederate soldiers taken prisoner during the American Civil south of the city on the prairie, it was also used as a training and detention camp for Union soldiers.
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The wedge tent also saw use in the South, but when canvas became scarce, many soldiers were forced to make "open-air" beds by piling leaves or straw between two logs. By far, the food soldiers received has been the source of more stories than any other aspect of army life. The Union soldier received a variety of edibles.
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