5 edition of The women of the Confederacy found in the catalog.
The women of the Confederacy
Simkins, Francis Butler
Bibliography: p. 291-298.
|Statement||by Francis Butler Simkins and James Welch Patton. Richmond, Garrett and Massie.|
|Contributions||Patton, James Welch, 1900- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||E628 .S56 1971|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 306 p.|
|Number of Pages||306|
|LC Control Number||70145300|
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This is a fresh, up close and personal look at the women of the Confederacy, and is fascinating, not only for its historical perspective, but its human and family perspective.
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Southern women tell how they survived the desperate last days of the Confederacy in the Civil War. Entries from over 50 diaries of southern women, and slave women.
As starvation stalked the land, they hid food and heirlooms in wells and swamps. They outwitted Yankee soldiers. They watched cities burn and fed hungry children/5().
JONES, Secretary and Superintendent, Confederate Memorial Association, N. 29th Street. Richmond, Va., Janu I have carefully examined the manuscript of Mr. Underwood on “The Women of the Confederacy” and I take great pleasure in saying that in my judgment it is a book of very great interest and value, and if properly published and pushed I have no doubt that.
The United Daughters of the Confederacy (UDC) is an American hereditary association of Southern women established in in Nashville, stated purposes of the organization includes the commemoration of Confederate soldiers and the funding of the erection of memorials to these men.
Many historians have described the organization's treatment of the Confederacy, along with its Founded at: Nashville, Tennessee, U.S. Despite the limited opportunities for them at the time, women made a significant impact during the American Civil War. Some chose to serve as nurses, helping wounded soldiers.
Others worked secretly as spies or disguised themselves as men and enlisted in the Confederate Army. Enslaved women eagerly awaited their freedom, but didn't know what the future held.
Women in Gray is perfect for Civil War museum stores and gift shops, historic homes, or any tourist hot spot connected to the War or American history. Makes a great personal gift as well. For the serious Civil War buff, scholar, and historian the book includes endnotes, a bibliography, and an index.
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