Civil War Novels with Imaginary Settings
Most Civil War novels are set in historic places and follow actual campaigns, even if they fictionalize these settings. An occasional novel, however, creates a wholly fictional setting for part or all of its action.
- De Forest, John W. Miss Ravenel's Conversion from Secession to Loyalty. 1867. [The state of "Barataria" is a generic New England setting.]
- Fowler, Robert H. The Battle of Milroy Station. 2003. ["Milroy Station" is an imaginary battle in an unnamed state.]