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The women of the South in war times,

Author: Matthew Page Andrews
Publisher: Baltimore, The Norman, Remington Co., 1920.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Document   Computer File : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Includes narratives, reminiscences, and diary excerpts of Elizabeth Waring Duckett, Judith Brockenbrough McGuire, Bettie Taylor Phillips, Mrs. Ella K. Trader, Mrs. C.C. Oppenheim, and Mrs. A.H. Gay.
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Genre/Form: Personal narratives
History
Personal narratives, Confederate
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Andrews, Matthew Page, 1879-1947.
Women of the South in war times.
Baltimore, Norman, Remington Co., 1920
(OCoLC)563149269
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Computer File, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Matthew Page Andrews
OCLC Number: 1295253
Description: xvii pages, 2 leaves, 3-466 pages frontispiece, plates, portraits 20 cm
Contents: Genius of the southern woman --
Wartime experiences of Elizabeth Waring Duckett; interviews with Lincoln and encounters with Stanton --
The publication and signing of "My Maryland" --
Excerpts from the diary of Judith Brockenbrough McGuire --
Caring for wounded foes --
Mrs. Betsy Sullivan, "mother of the first Tennessee regiment" --
Capture and imprisonment of Mrs. William Kirby --
Mrs. Betty Taylor Philips, "mother" of the "orphan brigade" --
Captain Sally Tompkins, C.S.A. --
The Florence Nightingale of the south --
A night on the field of battle --
The ride to Roberta Pollock --
The diary of Mrs. Judith Brockenbrough McGuire (cont.). A last song in a burning home --
A woman's rebuke-and an American classic --
"Glen Welby" saved --
"Gott iss blayed oudt" --
"Capture" of a Virginia lady --
In the Carolinas --
Despoliation and protection --
Reminiscences of Mrs. C.C. Poppenheim --
Burning of Columbia --
The ride of Emma Samson --
Caught between contending armies --
Narrative of an early graduate of the first college for women --
In Sherman's swath to the sea --
The St. Louis prison for southern women --
Action and reaction --
War times in New Orleans --
Final excerpts from the diary of Mrs. McGuire --
Representative women of the lone star state --
Mrs. Algernon Sydney Sullivan and her war experiences in New York City --
Relief work in the world war.
Responsibility: comp. by Matthew Page Andrews.

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Includes narratives, reminiscences, and diary excerpts of Elizabeth Waring Duckett, Judith Brockenbrough McGuire, Bettie Taylor Phillips, Mrs. Ella K. Trader, Mrs. C.C. Oppenheim, and Mrs. A.H. Gay.

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