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Retail food price comparisons between the North and South during the Civil War are complicated because they had different money and inflation rates at different points during the War. Most of the American Civil War was fought on Southern soil.

Historians confirm Union forces specifically targeted Confederate food supply to gain physical advantage. Wheat-In good demand at 1.25 Corn.--New corn is selling at 75 cents Oats.--But few in market quoted at 60-65 cents shelled Rye.--1.25/bushel barley.--Barley brings 1.50/bushel Peas.--In great demand.

Go to: Historical Abstracts of the US Colonial Times to 1970, select Part 1 (zip). Tavern keepers were even required in some areas to distinguish between a "good" meal and a "common" one.

Select CT1970p1-08Chapter G: "Consumer Income & Expenditures." Skip to page 302 "Consumer Expenditure Patterns," where you find definitions and sources. See also Cummings [1817-1930] [1890-1970] Basic commodities (go to page 213): average retail prices of flour, bread, round steak, pork chops, bacon, butter, eggs, milk (delivered), oranges, potatoes, tomatoes (canned), Navy beans, coffee, margarine & sugar, reported by the federal government. However, whatever the quality of the food served, the proprietor was allowed to charge a predetermined price...

Congressman Samuel Read wrote his wife in 1775: We sit in Congress generally till half-past three o'clock, and once till five o'clock, and then I dine at City Tavern, where a few of us have established a table for each day in the week, save Saturday when there is a general dinner....

American Civil War: prices & fluxuations In all places and periods, supply and demand dictate market prices.

Rice for Fraunces Tavern Museum [Regnery Gateway: Chicago] 1983 (p.

85-93) Sample New Jersey prices: [1772: Mercer Country] "Princeton, 30th September 1772, 60 Dinners @2 s(hillings) each" ---"History of the Nassau Inn at Princeton," Prof. Lansing Collins, Proceedings of the New Jersey Historical Society, New Series, January 1930, Volume XV, No. 52) [1784: Burlington County NJ] Breakfast, 1 shilling; breakfast extraordinary, 1 shilling 3 pence; Dinner, 1 shilling 3 pence; Dinner extraordinary, 2 shillings; Supper, 1 shilling; Supper extraordinary, 2 shillings." ---Old Inns and Taverns in West Jersey, Camden County Historical Society, 1962) [1801: Middlesex County] In May, 1801 [Vernon Tavern, New Brunswick NJ] prices were fixed by Council were for a good breakfast 40 cents, a good dinner 50 cents, a good supper 40 cents, lodging 12 cents, making

American Civil War: prices & fluxuations In all places and periods, supply and demand dictate market prices.

Rice for Fraunces Tavern Museum [Regnery Gateway: Chicago] 1983 (p.

85-93) Sample New Jersey prices: [1772: Mercer Country] "Princeton, 30th September 1772, 60 Dinners @2 s(hillings) each" ---"History of the Nassau Inn at Princeton," Prof. Lansing Collins, Proceedings of the New Jersey Historical Society, New Series, January 1930, Volume XV, No. 52) [1784: Burlington County NJ] Breakfast, 1 shilling; breakfast extraordinary, 1 shilling 3 pence; Dinner, 1 shilling 3 pence; Dinner extraordinary, 2 shillings; Supper, 1 shilling; Supper extraordinary, 2 shillings." ---Old Inns and Taverns in West Jersey, Camden County Historical Society, 1962) [1801: Middlesex County] In May, 1801 [Vernon Tavern, New Brunswick NJ] prices were fixed by Council were for a good breakfast 40 cents, a good dinner 50 cents, a good supper 40 cents, lodging 12 cents, making $1.42 per day; while a common breakfast, dinner, and supper cost each 10 cents less or $1.12 per day, for the less particular customers.

it would be interesting to know just in what the bill of fare differed.'" ---"Early Taverns in New Brunswick," Wm. Benedict, Proceedings of the New Jersey Historical Society, New Series 1918, Volume III, No. 137) [1806: Salem County] Best dinner with pint of good beer or cider 37.5 cents Best breakfast, of tea, coffee or chocolate, loaf sugar 31 cents Ditto of cold meat with a pint of good beer or cider 25cents ---Old Inns and Taverns in West Jersey Alternative payment plans? "In the course of examining the [Elizabethtown NJ] tavern ledger we find some unusual mediums of exchange accepted in lieu of money.

Among those more frequently met with are labor, shoes, butter, provisions, wine--doubtless 'home brew'--bottles, hay and other commodities of nature.

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American Civil War: prices & fluxuations In all places and periods, supply and demand dictate market prices.Rice for Fraunces Tavern Museum [Regnery Gateway: Chicago] 1983 (p.85-93) Sample New Jersey prices: [1772: Mercer Country] "Princeton, 30th September 1772, 60 Dinners @2 s(hillings) each" ---"History of the Nassau Inn at Princeton," Prof. Lansing Collins, Proceedings of the New Jersey Historical Society, New Series, January 1930, Volume XV, No. 52) [1784: Burlington County NJ] Breakfast, 1 shilling; breakfast extraordinary, 1 shilling 3 pence; Dinner, 1 shilling 3 pence; Dinner extraordinary, 2 shillings; Supper, 1 shilling; Supper extraordinary, 2 shillings." ---Old Inns and Taverns in West Jersey, Camden County Historical Society, 1962) [1801: Middlesex County] In May, 1801 [Vernon Tavern, New Brunswick NJ] prices were fixed by Council were for a good breakfast 40 cents, a good dinner 50 cents, a good supper 40 cents, lodging 12 cents, making $1.42 per day; while a common breakfast, dinner, and supper cost each 10 cents less or $1.12 per day, for the less particular customers.it would be interesting to know just in what the bill of fare differed.'" ---"Early Taverns in New Brunswick," Wm. Benedict, Proceedings of the New Jersey Historical Society, New Series 1918, Volume III, No. 137) [1806: Salem County] Best dinner with pint of good beer or cider 37.5 cents Best breakfast, of tea, coffee or chocolate, loaf sugar 31 cents Ditto of cold meat with a pint of good beer or cider 25cents ---Old Inns and Taverns in West Jersey Alternative payment plans? "In the course of examining the [Elizabethtown NJ] tavern ledger we find some unusual mediums of exchange accepted in lieu of money.Among those more frequently met with are labor, shoes, butter, provisions, wine--doubtless 'home brew'--bottles, hay and other commodities of nature.The effects of these losses were felt as far east as Macon, Georgia, where beef prices went from ten to twenty cents a pound in a few days... 32-33) "When food became unaffordable for many Southerns, the Confederate government stepped in and tried to place price controls on various commodities in the hope of keeping prices down. It was especially viable during periods of hardship and war.

.42 per day; while a common breakfast, dinner, and supper cost each 10 cents less or

American Civil War: prices & fluxuations In all places and periods, supply and demand dictate market prices.

Rice for Fraunces Tavern Museum [Regnery Gateway: Chicago] 1983 (p.

85-93) Sample New Jersey prices: [1772: Mercer Country] "Princeton, 30th September 1772, 60 Dinners @2 s(hillings) each" ---"History of the Nassau Inn at Princeton," Prof. Lansing Collins, Proceedings of the New Jersey Historical Society, New Series, January 1930, Volume XV, No. 52) [1784: Burlington County NJ] Breakfast, 1 shilling; breakfast extraordinary, 1 shilling 3 pence; Dinner, 1 shilling 3 pence; Dinner extraordinary, 2 shillings; Supper, 1 shilling; Supper extraordinary, 2 shillings." ---Old Inns and Taverns in West Jersey, Camden County Historical Society, 1962) [1801: Middlesex County] In May, 1801 [Vernon Tavern, New Brunswick NJ] prices were fixed by Council were for a good breakfast 40 cents, a good dinner 50 cents, a good supper 40 cents, lodging 12 cents, making $1.42 per day; while a common breakfast, dinner, and supper cost each 10 cents less or $1.12 per day, for the less particular customers.

it would be interesting to know just in what the bill of fare differed.'" ---"Early Taverns in New Brunswick," Wm. Benedict, Proceedings of the New Jersey Historical Society, New Series 1918, Volume III, No. 137) [1806: Salem County] Best dinner with pint of good beer or cider 37.5 cents Best breakfast, of tea, coffee or chocolate, loaf sugar 31 cents Ditto of cold meat with a pint of good beer or cider 25cents ---Old Inns and Taverns in West Jersey Alternative payment plans? "In the course of examining the [Elizabethtown NJ] tavern ledger we find some unusual mediums of exchange accepted in lieu of money.

Among those more frequently met with are labor, shoes, butter, provisions, wine--doubtless 'home brew'--bottles, hay and other commodities of nature.

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American Civil War: prices & fluxuations In all places and periods, supply and demand dictate market prices.Rice for Fraunces Tavern Museum [Regnery Gateway: Chicago] 1983 (p.85-93) Sample New Jersey prices: [1772: Mercer Country] "Princeton, 30th September 1772, 60 Dinners @2 s(hillings) each" ---"History of the Nassau Inn at Princeton," Prof. Lansing Collins, Proceedings of the New Jersey Historical Society, New Series, January 1930, Volume XV, No. 52) [1784: Burlington County NJ] Breakfast, 1 shilling; breakfast extraordinary, 1 shilling 3 pence; Dinner, 1 shilling 3 pence; Dinner extraordinary, 2 shillings; Supper, 1 shilling; Supper extraordinary, 2 shillings." ---Old Inns and Taverns in West Jersey, Camden County Historical Society, 1962) [1801: Middlesex County] In May, 1801 [Vernon Tavern, New Brunswick NJ] prices were fixed by Council were for a good breakfast 40 cents, a good dinner 50 cents, a good supper 40 cents, lodging 12 cents, making $1.42 per day; while a common breakfast, dinner, and supper cost each 10 cents less or $1.12 per day, for the less particular customers.it would be interesting to know just in what the bill of fare differed.'" ---"Early Taverns in New Brunswick," Wm. Benedict, Proceedings of the New Jersey Historical Society, New Series 1918, Volume III, No. 137) [1806: Salem County] Best dinner with pint of good beer or cider 37.5 cents Best breakfast, of tea, coffee or chocolate, loaf sugar 31 cents Ditto of cold meat with a pint of good beer or cider 25cents ---Old Inns and Taverns in West Jersey Alternative payment plans? "In the course of examining the [Elizabethtown NJ] tavern ledger we find some unusual mediums of exchange accepted in lieu of money.Among those more frequently met with are labor, shoes, butter, provisions, wine--doubtless 'home brew'--bottles, hay and other commodities of nature.The effects of these losses were felt as far east as Macon, Georgia, where beef prices went from ten to twenty cents a pound in a few days... 32-33) "When food became unaffordable for many Southerns, the Confederate government stepped in and tried to place price controls on various commodities in the hope of keeping prices down. It was especially viable during periods of hardship and war.

.12 per day, for the less particular customers.

it would be interesting to know just in what the bill of fare differed.'" ---"Early Taverns in New Brunswick," Wm. Benedict, Proceedings of the New Jersey Historical Society, New Series 1918, Volume III, No. 137) [1806: Salem County] Best dinner with pint of good beer or cider 37.5 cents Best breakfast, of tea, coffee or chocolate, loaf sugar 31 cents Ditto of cold meat with a pint of good beer or cider 25cents ---Old Inns and Taverns in West Jersey Alternative payment plans? "In the course of examining the [Elizabethtown NJ] tavern ledger we find some unusual mediums of exchange accepted in lieu of money.

Among those more frequently met with are labor, shoes, butter, provisions, wine--doubtless 'home brew'--bottles, hay and other commodities of nature.