Journal of Military History
"Krick's book is a valuable reference work that fills a gap in [the] literature and could potentially inspire research into the environmental history of the waran area wide open for investigation."
Journal of Southern History
"Any historian working on the operations of armies in the eastern theater will have to consult Krick's book. [...] In short, Krick has provided a crucial reference for those working on military operations in Virginia."
Southern Historian: A Journal of Southern History
"Readers looking for precise information pertaining to the weather in the Washington-to-Richmond corridor during the Civil War will find what they are looking for."
Civil War History Journal
“[Krick is] the greatest secret weapon for Civil War battlefield preservation we’ve ever had.”
Former New York Representative Robert J. Mrazek
“Students of the Civil War will find the book an extremely useful reference work. The tables and additional commentary from widely scattered sources offer indispensable information for anyone interested in military campaigns in Virginia. To have all of this information for the entire war readily available in one place is the single most significant contribution of this work.”
George C. Rable, President, Society of Civil War Historians
“The quotations included are very vivid.”
David Laskin, author of Braving the Elements: The Stormy History of American Weather