North and South, the Brothers War, an essay in photographs from the acclaimed Americana photographer Kristoffersen, contains a pictorial story of the American Civil War seen through the eyes of Kristoffersen and recreated by a huge cast of Civil War re-enactors.

As they say, every picture tells a story. This could not be a truer statement for this exciting visual thrill ride through the marching, marshaling, drilling, acrid smoke filled battlefields, line upon line of muskets afire, the aftermath, and the haunting ghost like figures. All is captured here in this tome to America’s War of Brothers.

You can almost smell the gunpowder... Now that’s good photography. - Lois Riggins-Ezzell, Exec. Director Tennessee State Museum

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North and South The Brothers War - An essay in photographs by Kristoffersen
North and South The Brothers War - An essay in photographs by Kristoffersen
North and South The Brothers War - An essay in photographs by Kristoffersen
North and South The Brothers War - An essay in photographs by Kristoffersen
North and South The Brothers War - An essay in photographs by Kristoffersen
North and South The Brothers War - An essay in photographs by Kristoffersen
North and South The Brothers War - An essay in photographs by Kristoffersen
North and South The Brothers War - An essay in photographs by Kristoffersen
North and South The Brothers War - An essay in photographs by Kristoffersen
North and South The Brothers War - An essay in photographs by Kristoffersen
North and South The Brothers War - An essay in photographs by Kristoffersen