Homespun Bibliography

Alabama   

Amos, Harriet E.  "'All-Absorbing Topics':  Food and Clothing in Confederate 
            Mobile."  The Atlanta Historical Journal 22 (Fall-Winter 1978):  17-28.  [pp. 
            21-22, 25-26]
Bergeron, Arthur W., Jr.  Confederate Mobile.  Jackson:  University Press of 
            Mississippi, 1991, p. 97.
Clayton, Victoria Virginia.  White and Black Under the Old Regime.  Milwaukee:  The
            Young Churchman Co., 1899.  Reprint ed.  Freeport, NY:  Books for Libraries
            Press, 1970, pp. 100, 113, 117. [near Clayton, AL near Eufala]
Cumming, Kate.  Kate:  The Journal of a Confederate Nurse.  Baton Rouge:  Louisiana
            State University Press, 1959, 1987 reprint, pp. 58, 89, 189, 248. [Mobile;
            between Mobile and Chattanooga]
Espy, Sarah.  "Sarah R. Espy, Private Journal, 1859-1868." 
            http://www.mlylewebconnect.com/DiaryIntro.html.  [Cherokee County]
Fleming, Mary Love Edwards.  "Dale County and Its People During the Civil War" 

  
         Alabama Historical Quarterly
19 (1957):  61-109. (pp. 63, 71-79, 92-93, 98-
            101)
Fountain, Sarah M., ed.  Sisters, Seeds, & Cedars:  Rediscovering Nineteenth-Century

  
         Life Through Correspondence from Rural Arkansas and Alabama
.  Conway, 
            AR:  UCA Press, 1995, p. 2. [Autauga Co, AL]
Garner, Helen R.  "Personal Reminiscences of the War Times" in War Reminiscences 
            of Columbus, Mississippi and Elsewhere, 1861-1865.  Compiled by Columbus
            Chapter, U.D.C.  West Point, MS:  Sullivan's, 1961, p. 15.  [Fayette, AL]
Hague, Parthenia Antoinette.  A Blockaded Family:  Life in Southern Alabama During
   
         the Civil War
.  Boston:  Houghton, Mifflin, 1888.  reprint ed.  Lincoln: 
           
University of Nebraska Press, 1991, pp. 39-56, 65-72, 80-100, 107-109,
            115-117, 137-140.  [near Eufala]
Jones,  Virginia K., ed.  "A Contemporary Account of the Inauguration of Jefferson
            Davis," in The Women's War in the South:  Recollections and Reflections of the

  
         American Civil War
. Edited by Charles G. Waugh and Martin H. Greenberg. 
  
         Nashville, TN:  Cumberland House, 1999, pp. 27-30. [Montgomery--men's
            homespun suits] (p.28)
Mallory, James.  "Fear God and Walk Humbly:"  The Agricultural Journal of James

  
         Mallory, 1843-1877
.  Edited by Grady McWhiney, Warner O. Moore, Jr., and
            Robert F. Pace.  Tuscaloosa:  University of Alabama Press, 1997, pp. 313-
            315, 330.  [Talledega] [prices]
Meriwether, Elizabeth Avery.  Recollections of 92 Years, 1824-1916.  Nashville, TN:  
           
The Tennessee Historical Commission, 1958,  p. 130. [Tuscaloosa]
Moxley, William Morel.  Oh, What a Loansome Time I Had:  The Civil  War Letters of
            Major William Morel Moxley, Eighteenth Alabama Infantry, and Emily Beck
            Moxley
.  Edited by Thomas W. Cutrer.   Tuscaloosa:  University of Alabama
            Press, 2002, pp. 79, 113.  [Pike County]
Rodgers, Mrs. Cora Williamson.  "The Williamson Family of Alabama" in Confederate

  
         Women of Arkansas in the Civil War, 1861-'65:  Memorial Reminiscences
.  Little
            Rock:  United Confederate Veterans of Arkansas, 1907.  Reprint ed. 
           
Fayetteville, AR:  M & M Press, 1993, pp. 165-168. [AL] [p. 167]
Rogers, William Warren, Jr.  Confederate Home Front:  Montgomery During the Civil
            War.  Tuscaloosa:  University of Alabama Press, 1999, p. 73 [homespun suit]
Saxon, Mrs. Elizabeth Lyle.  A Southern Woman's War-Time Reminiscences.  
           
Memphis:  Pilcher Printing Co., 1905, pp. 18-22.  [near Montgomery] 
           
http://sunsite.unc.edu/docsouth/saxon/saxon.html 
Sterkx, H. E.  Partners in Rebellion:  Alabama Women in the Civil War.  Rutherford: 
  
         Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1970, pp. 136-137.
Sterkx, H. E., ed.  "A Patriotic Confederate Woman's War Diary, 1862-1863." 
   
         Alabama Historical Quarterly
20 (Winter 1958):  611-617 [near Perote, AL]
            [pp. 613-614]
Taylor, Grant and Malinda Taylor.  This Cruel War:  The Civil War Letters of Grant and

            Malinda Taylor, 1862-1865
.  Macon, GA:  Mercer University Press, 2000, pp.
            30, 43, 46, 73, 191, 301.  [Pickens County]
Willett, Robert L.  The Lightning Mule Brigade:  Abel Streight's 1863 Raid into 
   
         Alabama. Carmel, Indiana:  Guild Press, 1999, p. 131-2. [east of Blountsville]  

Arkansas

Bowman, Mary D.  "This Unnatural War, 1861-1865:  The Diary of John Brown of
            Camden, Arkansas."  M.A. thesis, Northwestern State College of Louisiana,
            1865, p. 84.
Brandenburg, Mrs. Josephine.  "Personal Recollections" in Confederate Women of

  
         Arkansas in the Civil War, 1861-'65:  Memorial Reminiscences
.  Little Rock: 
  
         United Confederate Veterans of Arkansas, 1907, Reprint ed.  Fayetteville, 
            AR:  M & M Press, 1993, pp. 130-132. [near Jacksonport, AR] [p. 131]
Carmack, Mrs. L. J.  "Unprinted Arkansas History" in Confederate Women of 
   
         Arkansas in the Civil War, 1861-'65:  Memorial Reminiscences
.  Little Rock: 
           
United Confederate Veterans of Arkansas, 1907, Reprint ed.  Fayetteville, 
            AR:  M & M Press, 1993, pp. 26-27. [near Fort Smith, AR] [p. 27]
Christ, Mark K., ed.  Rugged and Sublime:  The Civil War in Arkansas.  Fayetteville: 
  
         University of Arkansas Press, 1994, pp. 126-127.
Cleaver, Mrs. Virginia C.  "Reminiscences of Mrs. Virginia Cleaver" in Confederate

  
         Women of Arkansas in the Civil War, 1861-'65:  Memorial Reminiscences
.  Little
            Rock:  United Confederate Veterans of Arkansas, 1907.  Reprint ed.
           
Fayetteville, AR:  M & M Press, 1993, pp. 27-33. [near Camden] [p. 29]
Collier, E. E.  "Southern Women Walking Fifty Miles to Mill and Carrying Sacks of 
            Meal Back Home" in Confederate Women of Arkansas in the Civil War,
            1861-'65: Memorial Reminiscences
.  Little Rock:  United Confederate 
            Veterans of Arkansas, 1907, Reprint ed.  Fayetteville, AR:  M & M Press, 
            1993, pp. 52-53.  [E. E. Collier currently near Dardanelle] [p.53]
Daniel, Harriet Bailey Bullock.  A Remembrance of Eden:  Harriet Bailey Bullock
  
         Daniel's
Memories of a Frontier Plantation in Arkansas, 1849-1872.  Edited by
            Margaret Jones Bolsterli.  Fayetteville:  University of Arkansas Press, 1993, 
            pp. 37, 86, 93, 103. [Dallas Co., AR]
Eason, Mrs. L. A.  "When Papa Was Gone to the War" in Confederate Women of

  
         Arkansas in the Civil War, 1861-'65:  Memorial Reminiscences
.  Little Rock: 
  
         United Confederate Veterans of Arkansas, 1907, Reprint ed.  Fayetteville, 
            AR:  M & M Press, 1993, p. 48. [place not given]
Eno, Clara B.  "Activities of the Women of Arkansas During the War Between the
            States."  Arkansas Historical Quarterly 3 (Spring 1944):  5-27.  [general]
Ferguson, John L., ed.  Arkansas in the Civil War.  Little Rock:  Pioneer Press, 1965, 
            p. 52.
Fletcher, Mary P., ed.  "An Arkansas Lady in the Civil War:  Reminiscences of Susan
            Fletcher."  Arkansas Historical Quarterly 2 no. 4 (Dec. 1943):  369-374. [20
            miles west of Little Rock]
Fountain, Sarah M., ed.  Sisters, Seeds, & Cedars:  Rediscovering Nineteenth-Century

  
         Life Through Correspondence from Rural Arkansas and Alabama
.  Conway, 
            AR:  UCA Press, 1995, pp. 119, 124-125, 128-129, 136, 140, 143, 146-147, 
            149, 151, 161. [Ouachita Co., AR]
Hedges, Mrs. Pattie Wright.  "How Women Supported the Family" in Confederate
            Women of Arkansas in the Civil War, 1861-'65:  Memorial Reminiscences
.  Little
            Rock:  United Confederate Veterans of Arkansas, 1907, Reprint ed.  
           
Fayetteville, AR:  M & M Press, 1993, pp. 57-62. [Union County, AR] [p.60]
Hines, Mrs. M. C.  "Recollections of Mrs. M. C. Hines, of Camden," in Confederate

  
         Women of Arkansas in the Civil War, 1861-'65:  Memorial Reminiscences
.  
           
Little Rock:  United Confederate Veterans of Arkansas, 1907, Reprint ed. 
           
Fayetteville, AR:  M & M Press, 1993, pp. 43-44. [Camden] [p. 44]
Hood, Mrs. S.  "Prayer of Mrs. Hood Moving Federal Raiders" in Confederate Women 
   
         of Arkansas in the Civil War, 1861-'65:  Memorial Reminiscences
.  Little Rock:
  
         United Confederate Veterans of Arkansas, 1907, Reprint ed.  Fayetteville, 
            AR: M & M Press, 1993, pp. 41-42 [Camden] [p. 41]
Leeper, Wesley Thurman.  Rebels Valiant:  Second Arkansas Mounted Rifles
            (Dismounted).
  Little Rock:  Pioneer Press, 1964, p. 33.  [Osage Prairie, near
            Bentonville]
Livingston, Mrs. M.  C.  "Weaving Jeans for the Confederates" in Confederate Women 
   
         of Arkansas in the Civil War, 1861-'65:  Memorial Reminiscences
.  Little Rock:
  
         United Confederate Veterans of Arkansas, 1907, Reprint ed.  Fayetteville, 
            AR:  M & M Press, 1993, pp. 102-104. [no place given] [p. 102-103]
Martin, Mollie D. Martin.  "Sketch of Mrs. Jared C. Martin" in Confederate Women of

  
         Arkansas in the Civil War, 1861-'65:  Memorial Reminiscences
.  Little Rock: 
  
         United Confederate Veterans of Arkansas, 1907, Reprint ed.  Fayetteville, 
            AR: M & M Press, 1993, pp. 143-145.  [near Little Rock, AR]
Mashburn, Mrs. O. M.  "A Husband Hanged for His Money" in Confederate Women of

  
         Arkansas in the Civil War, 1861-'65:  Memorial Reminiscences
.  Little Rock: 
  
         United Confederate Veterans of Arkansas, 1907, Reprint ed.  Fayetteville, 
            AR:  M & M Press, 1993, pp. 181-182. [Saline County, AR] [p. 182]
Merrell, Henry.  The Autobiography of Henry Merrell, Industrial Missionary to the 
            South
.  Edited by James L. Skinner III.  Athens:  University of Georgia Press,
            1991.  [operated weaving thread factory in Pike County]
Mitchell, Mrs. Anna.  "Husband Killed at Shiloh" in Confederate Women of Arkansas 
            in the Civil War, 1861-'65:  Memorial Reminiscences
.  Little Rock:  United
            Confederate Veterans of Arkansas, 1907, Reprint ed.  Fayetteville, AR:  M & 
            M Press, 1993, pp. 100-102. [near Quitman, AR] [p. 101-102]
Rowe, Beverly J.  "How the Civil War Changed the Lives of Women in Southwest
            Arkansas and East Texas:  A Thesis in History."  M.S. thesis, East Texas 
            State University—Texarkana, 1992, pp. 13, 16-17, 20-22.
Slover, James Anderson.  Minister to the Cherokees:  A Civil War Autobiography.  
            Edited by Barbara Cloud.  Lincoln:  University of Nebraska Press, 2001, p. 
            82.  [Yell County]
Stinson, Mrs. G. N.  "Work of Camden Women" in Confederate Women of Arkansas in

  
         the Civil War, 1861-'65:  Memorial Reminiscences
.  Little Rock:  United
            Confederate Veterans of Arkansas, 1907.  Reprint ed.  Fayetteville, AR:  M & 
            M Press, 1993. pp. 34-37. [Camden] [p. 35]
Weaver, W. J.  "A Sketch of Mrs. Sophia Kannady, a Heroine of Fort Smith" in
  
         Confederate Women of Arkansas in the Civil War, 1861-'65:  Memorial

  
         Reminiscences
.  Little Rock:  United Confederate Veterans of Arkansas, 1907,
            Reprint ed.  Fayetteville, AR:  M & M Press, 1993, pp. 79-87. [Ft. Smith] 
            [p. 87] 

Florida

Blakey, Arch Frederick, Ann Smith Lainhart, and Winston Bryant Stephens, Jr., eds.
  
         Rose Cottage Chronicles:  Civil War Letters of the Bryant-Stephens Families of

  
         North Florida
.  Gainesville, FL:  University of West Florida, 1998, pp. 151, 206,
            208, 212, 227-228, 233-234, 236, 242, 251, 258, 261, 279, 294. [north of
            Lake George and Ft. Gates; near Monticello]
Bradford, Susan.  "Many Things are Becoming Scarce" in Heroines of Dixie:  The 
            Winter of Desperation
.  Edited by Katharine M. Jones.  New York: 
            Ballantine Books, 1955, pp. 48-49.
Denham, James M. and Canter Brown, Jr., eds.  Cracker Times and Pioneer Lives:  
           
The
Florida Reminiscences of George Gillett Keen and Sarah Pamela Williams. 
  
         Columbia:  University of South Carolina Press, 2000, p. 122 [Lake City, FL].
Eppes, Susan Bradford.  Through Some Eventful Years.  1926.  Gainesville, FL: 
  
         University of Florida Press, 1968, pp. 148, 162, 181-2, 205.  [near 
            Tallahassee]
Revels, Tracy J.  "Grander in Her Daughters:  Florida's Women During the Civil 
            War." Florida Historical Quarterly
77 no. 3 (Winter 1999):  261-282. [Jackson
            County, FL] [pp. 271, 275]
Williams, Julieanna.  "The Homefront:  ' For Our Boys—The Ladies' Aid Society" in
            Valor and Lace:  The Roles of Confederate Women, 1861-1865
.  Edited by
            Mauriel Phillips Joslyn.  Murfreesboro, TN:  Southern Heritage Press, 1996, 
            p. 26. [Leon County] 

Georgia

Bonner, James C., ed.  "Plantation Experiences of a New York Woman."  The North
  
         Carolina Historical Review
33 (Oct. 1956):  384-412, 529-546. [Ware County]
            [pp. 543-544]
Boykin, Laura Nisbet.  Shinplasters and Homespun:  The Diary of Laura Nisbet 
            Boykin.  Edited by Mary Wright Stock.  Rockville, MD:  Printex, 1975, pp. 
            2, 7, 27.  [Macon, GA]
Bryant, Jonathan M.  How Curious a Land:  Conflict and Change in Greene County,

  
         Georgia, 1850-1885
.  Chapel Hill:  University of North Carolina Press, 1996, 
            pp. 19, 61, 73. [Greene County]
Burge, Dolly Sumner Lunt.  Diary.  [near Covington, GA]
            http://history.furman.edu/tactweb/burge.txt
Candler, Myrtie Long.  "Reminiscences of Life in Georgia During the 1860s and 
            1860s:  Part III."  Georgia Historical Quarterly 33 no. 3 (September 1949): 
           
218-227.
Chambers, Margaret. “From Margaret Chambers to Elizabeth (“Kizia”) Palmour.” 

  
         Confederate Reminiscences and Letters, 1861-1865
.  Vol. VI.  Atlanta, GA: 
  
         United Daughters of the Confederacy, 1997, pp. 192-193. 
Clayton, Sarah Conley.  Requiem for a Lost City:  A Memoir of Civil War Atlanta and 
            the Old South.
  Macon, GA:  Mercer University Press, 1999, pp. 30, 139. 
            [Atlanta]
Coleman, Kenneth.  "Mary Ann Cobb in Confederate Athens."  The Georgia Review 22
            (1968), pp. 360-369. [Athens, GA] [pp. 361, 367]
Cozart, Dorothy.  "Handwork of the Women of One Southern Family."  Uncoverings 13
            (1992):  61-84.  [GA], pp. 70-71.
Cumming, Kate.  Kate:  The Journal of a Confederate Nurse.  Baton Rouge:  Louisiana
            State University Press, 1959, 1987 reprint, pp. 64, 122, 187, 189, 189, 193,
            235, 267 [Ringgold, Kingston, Cherokee Springs, Newnan, Macon, Griffin]
DeCredico, Mary A.  Patriotism for Profit:  Georgia's Urban Entrepreneurs and the
  
        Confederate War Effort.  Chapel Hill:  University of North Carolina Press, 1990,
            pp. 48-50.
Felton, Rebecca Latimer.  Country Life in Georgia in the Days of My Youth. Atlanta, 
            GA:  Index Printing Co., 1919, pp. 101-102. [Bartow County]
  
         http://metalab.unc.edu/docsouth/felton/felton.html
Fisher, Julia Johnson.  Diary, 1864 [typescript], p. 2.  [Camden Co. GA] 
            http://metalab.unc.edu/docsouth/fisherjulia/fisher.html
Hardin, Lizzie.  The Private War of Lizzie Hardin.  Edited by G. Glenn Clift.  
           
Frankfort: Kentucky Historical Society, 1963, p. 209 [Ringgold]
Hay, Elzey.  "Dress Under Difficulties; or, Passages from the Blockade Experience of
            Rebel Women."  Godey's Lady's Book and Magazine 73 (July, 1866):  32-37.
“Interesting Reminiscence of the War Between the States.”  Confederate 
            Reminiscences and Letters, 1861-1865
.  Vol. VI.  Atlanta:  Georgia Division,
            United Daughters of the Confederacy, 1997, pp. 50-51 [Clarkesville, GA]
James, Mrs.  "Women Plowing in the Field," in Confederate Women of Arkansas in the
  
         Civil War, 1861-'65:  Memorial Reminiscences
.  Little Rock:  United 
            Confederate Veterans of Arkansas, 1907, Reprint ed.  Fayetteville, AR:  M & 
            M Press, 1993, pp. 50-51.  [Forsythe, GA]
Johnson, Nancy Reeder.  “Reminiscences of Nancy A. Reeder (Mrs. D. N.) Johnson.” 

  
         Confederate Reminiscences and Letters, 1861-1865
.  Vol. VI.  Atlanta:  Georgia
            Division, United Daughters of the Confederacy, 1997, pp. 79-80.  [Gwinnett
            County]
Lamar, Pamela Wragg.  “Personal Reminiscences of the War Between the States.” 

  
         Confederate Reminiscences and Letters, 1861-1865
.  Vol. VI.  Atlanta:  Georgia
            Division, United Daughters of the Confederacy, 1997, pp. 70-76 [Augusta, 
            GA]
Martin, Gussie Rustin.  “Reminiscence of the War Between the States.”  Confederate

  
         Reminiscences and Letters, 1861-1865
.  Vol. VI.  Atlanta:  Georgia Division,
            United Daughters of the Confederacy, 1997, pp. 108-110 [Taylor’s Creek, GA]
Morgan, Julia.  "An Invasion of Graybacks" in The War the Women Lived:  Female 
            Voices from the Confederate South
.  Edited by Walter Sullivan.  Nashville, J. S.
            Sanders &  Co., 1995, pp. 83-87.  [Marietta, GA] [p. 86]
Morgan, Mrs. Irby.  How it Was:  Four Years Among the Rebels.  Nashville:  Methodist
            Episcopal Church, South, 1892.  http://metalab.unc.edu/docsouth/morgan/morgan.html
            [Marietta]
Myers, Robert Manson.  The Children of Pride.  New abridged ed.  New Haven:  Yale
            University Press, 1984, pp. 166, 311, 332, 335, 367, 374, 406, 421, 423-424,
            436-437, 450, 458, 459, 461, 495. [Liberty County, GA]
Paschal, George W.  Ninety-Four Years:  Agnes Paschal.  Washington:  M'Gill &
            Witherow, 1871.  Reprint ed.  Spartanburg, SC:  Reprint Co., 1974, pp. 187,
            338-339. [Lumpkin Co., GA]
Peddy, George W. and Kate Featherston Peddy.  Saddle Bag and Spinning Wheel
            Macon, GA:  Mercer University Press, 1981, pp. 24, 70, 122, 165, 168, 171, 
            183, 196, 199.  [Heard County]
Rockwood, Virginia.  "I Wish Gen. Lee Would Kill You" in Yankee Bullets, Rebel
            Rations: Caught Between Two Armies, Vicksburg Citizens Recall the Horrors of
            the 1863 Siege
.  Edited by Gordon A. Cotton.   Vicksburg:  Office Supply
            Company, 1989,
pp. 51-58. [Rome, GA]
Rozier, John.  The Granite Farm Letters:  The Civil War Correspondence of Edgeworth 
            & Sallie Bird
.  Athens, GA:  University of Georgia Press, 1988, p. 187. [near
            Sparta]
Skinner, Arthur and James L. Skinner, eds.  The Death of a Confederate:  Selections

  
         from the Letters of the Archibald Smith Family of Roswell, Georgia, 1864-1956
.
  
         Athens:  University of Georgia, 1996, p. 123.
Smedes, Susan Dabney.  Memorials of a Southern Planter.  Baltimore:  Cushings &
            Bailey, 1888, pp. 216, 222.  The Making of America—
            http://www.umdl.umich.edu/ [Macon, GA]
Smith, Daniel E. Huger, Alice R. Huger Smith, and Arney R. Childs, ed.  Mason Smith
  
         Family Letters, 1860-1868
.  Columbia, SC:  University of South Carolina 
            Press, 1950, pp. 82-83.  [Augusta]
Whites, Lee Ann.  The Civil War as a Crisis in Gender:  Augusta, Georgia, 1860-1890. 
  
         Athens:  University of Georgia Press, 1995, pp. 80, 83-84, 99-100.
Wiley, Bell Irvin, ed.  Letters of Warren Akin, Confederate Congressman.  Athens: 
  
         University of Georgia Press, 1959, pp. 127, 137. [Elberton, GA]
Williams, David.  Rich Man's War:  Class, Caste, and Confederate Defeat in the Lower

  
         Chattahoochee Valley
.  Athens:  University of Georgia Press, 1998, pp. 91, 
            127, 137. [SW GA]
Williams, Julieanna.  "The Homefront:  'For Our Boys—The Ladies' Aid Societies'" in

  
         Valor and Lace:  The Roles of Confederate Women, 1861-1865
.  Edited by
            Mauriel Phillips Joslyn.  Murfreesboro, TN:  Southern Heritage Press, 1996, 
            p. 19. [place not given]
Wynne, Lewis N. and Guy Porcher Harison.  "'Plain Folk' Coping in the Confederacy: 
  
         The Garrett-Asbell Letters" Georgia Historical Quarterly 72 (1988):  102-118. 
  
         [Berrien County] 

Indian Territory 

Crawford, J.  "Report of J. Crawford, Agent for the Cherokees."  Report No. 2
            accompanying Report of the Acting Commissioner of Indian Affairs, March 8,
            1862.  Confederate Imprints, reel 15, no. 894.
The Oklahoma Indian-Pioneer Interviews--Mead, Elizabeth Kemp, (3/18/1849-
            11/5/1939) [Panola County]
            http://www.novia.net/~vikia/FrancesKemp.html
 
Richards, Lynne.  "Folk Dyeing With Natural Materials in Oklahoma's Indian 
            Territory." 
Material Culture 26 no. 2 (1994):  29-47.

Louisiana 

Garcia, Celine Fremaux.  Celine:  Remembering Louisiana, 1850-1871.  Edited by
            Patrick J. Geary.  Athens:  University of Georgia Press, 1987, pp. 105, 115, 
            142.  [Jackson, LA]
Moore, Dosia Williams.  War, Reconstruction and Redemption on Red River:  The 
            Memoirs of Dosia Williams Moore
.  Edited by Carol Wells.  Ruston, LA: 
           
Louisiana Tech University, 1990, pp. 25-26, 44-46. [near Saline, LA, near
            Alexandria]
Scarborough, Lucy Paxton.  "So It Was When Her Life Began:  Reminiscences of a
            Louisiana Girlhood"  Louisiana Historical Quarterly 13 (July 1930):  428-443.
            [Natchitoches Parish] [p. 431]
Tippit, John Allen.  "This is What I Remember . . . ":  A Boy's Life in Louisiana and
            Texas, 1862-1869:  The Reminiscences of John Allen Tippit
.  Edited by Clifton
            Caldwell and Mary Crawford.  Albany, TX:  Clear Fork Press, 1989, pp. 1, 5,
            10-11, 15-16, 18, 21-22, 30, 33, 36.  [Bienville Parish, near Ringold] 

Mississippi 

Brunson, Mary.  "Federal Raiders of Mississippi" in Confederate Women of Arkansas 
            in the Civil War, 1861-'65:  Memorial Reminiscences
.  Little Rock:  United
            Confederate Veterans of Arkansas, 1907, Reprint ed.  Fayetteville, AR:  M & 
            M Press, 1993, pp. 154-155. [Byhalia, MS]
Dimond, E. Grey and Herman Hattaway, eds.  Letters from Forest Place:  A Plantation

  
         Family's Correspondence, 1846-1881
.  Jackson, MS:  University Press of
            Mississippi, 1993, pp. 172, 186, 202, 210, 297, 303, 305, 322-323. [Winona,
            MS]
Edmonson, Belle.  A Lost Heroine of the Confederacy:  The Diaries and Letters of Belle

  
         Edmonson
.  Edited by Loretta and William Galbraith.  Jackson:  University 
            Press of Mississippi, 1990, p. 62.  [near Oxford]
Fox, Tryphena Blanche Holder.  A Northern Woman in the Plantation South:  Letters of

  
         Tryphena Blanche Holder Fox, 1856-1876
.  Edited by Wilma King.  Columbia: 
  
         University of South Carolina Press, 1993, pp. 137, 139, 141. [Kember Co., 
            MS, Monroe Co., MS]
Fulkerson, H. S.  A Civilian's Recollections of the War Between the States.  Edited by 
            P. L. Rainwater.  Baton Rouge:  Otto Claitor, 1939, p. 144.  [Vicksburg]
Harper, Annie.  Annie Harper's Journal:  A Southern Mother's Legacy.  Corinth, MS:  
           
The General Store, 1992, pp. 12, 14, 23, 28, 29.
Howell, H. Gracy, Jr.  Going to Meet the Yankees:  A History of the "Bloody Sixth"
            Mississippi Infantry, C.S.A.
  Jackson, MS:  Chickasaw Bayou Press, 1981, pp.
            43-44.  [Scott County]
"Journal of the War" DeBow's Review 3 no. 1 (January 1867), pp. 95-108.  
           
[Vicksburg, March 28, 1863] [p. 104]
Lohrenz, Mary Edna and Anita Miller Stamper.  Mississippi Homespun:  Nineteenth-
  
         Century Textiles and the Women Who Made Them.  Jackson:  Mississippi
            Department of Archives and History, 1989, pp. 37-44, 46, 48, 50, 52.
Olmsted, Frederick Law.  A Journey in the Back Country.  New York:  Mason 
            Brothers, 1860.  Reprint ed.  New York:  Schocken Books, 1970, pp. 140-
            141, 220, 231.  [east of Vicksburg toward Tuscaloosa] [pre-war]
Seabury, Caroline.  The Diary of Caroline Seabury, 1854-1863.  Edited by Suzanne L.
            Bunkers.  Madison, WI:  University of Wisconsin Press, 1991. [between
            Chickasaw and Panola]
Young, Georgia P.  "The Yankees are Coming." War Reminiscences of Columbus,

  
         Mississippi and Elsewhere, 1861-1865
.  Compiled by Columbus Chapter,
            U.D.C. West Point, MS:  Sullivan's, 1961, pp. 10-11. 

North Carolina 

Anderson, Mrs. John Huske (Lucy London).  North Carolina Women in the
            Confederacy.  Fayetteville, NC:  North Carolina Division, United Daughters of
            the Confederacy, 1926, pp. 12, 73, 95-96.
Brown, Louis A.  "The Correspondence of David Olando McRaven and Amanda Nantz
            McRaven, 1864-1865."  North Carolina Historical Review 26 (Jan. 1949): 
           
41-98.  [p.62, 79, 82, 85, 89, 96] [Mecklenburg County]
Bryan, Mary Norcott.  A Grandmother's Recollection of Dixie.  New Bern, NC:  Owen G.
            Dunn, Printer, [1912], p. 27 [near Raleigh]
            http://metalab.unc.edu/docsouth/bryan/bryan.html
Casstevens, Frances H.  The Civil War and Yadkin County, North Carolina:  A History.
            Jefferson, NC:  McFarland & Co., 1997, pp. 13, 62.
Cecil-Fronsman, Bill.  Common Whites:  Class and Culture in Antebellum North
            Carolina.  University Press of Kentucky, 1992, pp. 98-99, 102-103, 130,
            144-145, 211, 220-221.
Chamberlain, Hope Summerell.  Old Days in Chapel Hill, Being the Life and Letters of
            Cornelia Phillips Spencer
.  Chapel Hill:  University of North Carolina Press,
            1926, p. 81.
Eanes, Ellen Fickling, et al.  North Carolina Quilts.  Chapel Hill:  University of North
            Carolina Press, 1988, pp. 4, 12-13. [Macon County, NC; Greensboro NC]
Edmondston, Catherine Ann Devereux.  "Journal of a Secesh Lady":  The Diary of

  
         Catherine Ann Devereux Edmonston, 1860-1866
.  Edited by Beth G. Crabtree
            and James W. Patton.  Raleigh:  Division of Archives and History,  
           
Department of Cultural Resources, 1979, pp. 338, 502, 654. [Halifax Co, NC]
"Hyde Folks [Hyde County, NC] Had War Troubles 91 Years Ago:  Old Letter Comes to
           
Light Telling of Days When Fighting Came to County" Source:  Hyde County
            Herald, January, 1953. http://www.rootsweb.com/~nchyde/letter6.htm
Inscoe, John C.  "Coping in Confederate Appalachia:  Portrait of a Mountain Woman
            and Her Community at War," in The Women's War in the South:  Recollections

  
         and Reflections of the American Civil War
, edited by Charles G. Waugh &
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McKinney, Gordon B.  "Women's Role in Civil War Western North Carolina."  The 
            North Carolina Historical Review 69 no. 1 (1992), 37-56.  [pp.48-49]

South Carolina 

Albergotti, Mrs. T. C.  "Extracts From a Paper by Mrs. T. C. Albergotti, of 
            Orangeburg, S. C.," in South Carolina Women in the Confederacy.  vol. 2. 
           
Columbia, SC:  The State Company, 1907, pp. 36-37.  [Orangeburg]
Babcock, Eugenia C.  "Personal Recollections of the War Between the States" in South
  
         Carolina Women in the Confederacy
.  vol. 2.  Columbia, SC:  The State
            Company, 1907, pp. 134-147 [Chester, SC] [p.139]
Baker, Mrs. Ida.  [At Christmas Times], WPA interview, November 10, 1937.  
           
American Memory.  http://lcweb2.loc.gov [Union, SC]
Brown, Mary.  "Woman's Work in Anderson" in South Carolina Women in the

  
         Confederacy
.  vol. 2.  Columbia:  The State Company, 1907, p. 50.  [Anderson,
            SC]
Clay-Clopton, Virginia.  A Belle of the Fifties:  Memoirs of Mrs. Clay of Alabama.  New
            York:  Doubleday, Page, and Co., 1905.  Reprint ed.  Tuscaloosa:  University 
            of Alabama Press, 1999, p.223 [Aiken District].
Clemson, Floride.  A Rebel Came Home:  The Diary and Letters of Floride Clemson,
            1863-1866
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Columbia,
SC:  University of South Carolina Press, 1989, p. 74.  [on the 
            South Carolina trains]
Gilman, Carolina H.  "Letters of a Confederate Mother:  Charleston in the Sixties" in
            The Women's War in the South:  Recollections and Reflections of the American
            Civil War
.  Edited by Charles G. Waugh and Martin H. Greenberg.  Nashville,
            TN: 
Cumberland House, 1999, pp. 133-150.  [Greenville] [p.144]
Heyward, Pauline DeCaradeuc.  A Confederate Lady Comes of Age:  The Journal of

  
         Pauline DeCaradeuc Heyward, 1863-1888
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         University of  South Carolina Press, 1992, p. 28. [Charleston]
Jeffries, Mrs. William.  "Extract from a Paper by Mrs. William Jeffries, of Cherokee
            County, S.C., as a Member of John Hames Chapter, Jonesville, S.C." in South
  
         Carolina Women in the Confederacy
.  vol. 2.  Columbia, SC:  The State
            Company, 1907, pp. 35-36.  [Cherokee County]
LeConte, Emma.  When the World Ended:  The Diary of Emma LeConte.  Edited by 
            Earl Schenck Miers.  Lincoln:  University of Nebraska Press, 1987, p. 16. 
           
[Columbia]
Lipscomb, Mrs. Wary [Mary?].  "Civil War Women."  Interviewer:  Caldwell Sims, 
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Millings, Ella.  "The Women of Vances" in South Carolina Women in the Confederacy. 
  
         vol. 2.  Columbia, SC:  The State Company, 1907, pp. 38-39.
Patterson, Mrs. Addie.  WPA interview, June 28, 1938.  American Memory. 
  
         http://lcweb2.loc.gov/ [Hampton County]
Pringle, Elizabeth W. Allston.  Chronicles of Chicora Wood.  New York:  C. Scribner's
            Sons, 1922.  Reprint ed.  Boston:  The Christopher Publishing House, 1940, 
            p. 195.  [Society Hill]
Rutledge, David J., ed.  "Elizabeth Jamison's Tale of the War."  South Carolina 
            Historical Magazine
99 no. 4 (October 1998):  312-339.  [Barnwell District]
            [p.319]
Smith, Daniel E. Huger, Alice R. Huger Smith, and Arney R. Childs, ed.  Mason Smith
  
         Family Letters, 1860-1868
.  Columbia, SC:  University of South Carolina 
            Press, 1950, p. 27. [Charleston]
"Some War-Time Incidents of Sumter County, S.C." in South Carolina Women in the

  
         Confederacy
.  vol. 2.  Columbia, SC:  The State Company, 1907, pp. 172-176.
  
         [Sumter County]   
Weiner, Marli F.  Mistresses and Slaves:  Plantation Women in South Carolina, 1830-
            80.  Urbana:  University of Illinois Press, 1998.

Tennessee 

Burday, Ruth.  "Boundaries and Barriers:  Myra Inman and Her Journal, 1859-
            1866." M.A. thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1995, pp.
            16-17. [Cleveland, TN]
Cumming, Kate.  Kate:  The Journal of a Confederate Nurse.  Baton Rouge:  Louisiana
            State University Press, 1959, 1987 reprint, p. 82.  [Chattanooga, TN]
Dimitry, Adelaide Stuart.  War-Time Sketches Historical and Otherwise.  New 
            Orleans: Louisiana Printing Co. Press, [1911], pp. 42-43, 72.  [Memphis, TN] 
  
         http://metalab.unc.edu/docsouth/dimitry/dimitry.html
Hill, Sarah Jane Full.  Mrs. Hill's Journal—Civil War Reminiscences.  Edited by Mark 
            M. Krug.  Chicago:  The Lakeside Press, 1980, p. 242.  [near Waverly]
Hyatt, Rebecca Dougherty.  "Marthy Lou's Kiverlid":  A Sketch of Mountain Life. 
  
         Morristown, TN:  Triangle Press, 1937, pp. 24, 56-58, 112-114.  [East
            Tennessee]
Inman, Myra.  A Diary of the Civil War in East Tennessee.  William R. Snell, ed.  
            Macon, GA:  Mercer University Press, 2000, pp. 168, 191-2, 195-9, 202, 
            209-11, 222, 226, 229, 242-3, 281, 287, 316.  [Cleveland, TN]
Irwin, John Rice.  A People and Their Quilts.  Exton, PA:  Schiffer Publishing Ltd., 
            1984, pp. 13, 19. [White County, TN]
Lohrenz, Mary.  "Two Lives Intertwined on a Tennessee Plantation:  Textile 
            Production as Recorded in the Diary of Narcissa L. Erwin Black" Southern
      Quarterly 28 (Fall 1988): 73-93.  [McNairy Co., TN] [pp. 74, 76-80.]
Nason,  W.  A.  With the Ninth Army Corps in East Tennessee.  Providence:  Rhode 
            Island Soldiers and Sailors Historical Society, 1891, pp. 38, 43, 58.  [around
            Knoxville]
Trowbridge, J. T.  The South:  A Tour of Its Battle-Fields and Ruined Cities, a Journey

  
         Through the Desolated States, and Talks With the People . . . 
Hartford, CT:  L.
            Stebbins, 1866, pp. 243, 260.  Making of America, http://222.umdl.umich.edu/  
            [East Tennessee]   
Winters, Donald L.  Tennessee Farming, Tennessee Farmers:  Antebellum Agriculture 
            in the Upper South.  Knoxville:  University of Tennessee Press, 1994, pp. 35-
            36, 124, 126-127.

Texas

Baker, T. Lindsay and Julie P. Baker, eds.  Till Freedom Cried Out:  Memories of Texas
  
         Slave Life
.  College Station:  Texas A&M University Press, 1997.  pp. 5, 31, 52,
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Beck, Mrs. Henry Harrison (Fannie Davis Veale).  On the Texas Frontier:  
            Autobiography of a Texas Pioneer
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            Company, 1937, pp. 27-28, 49, 96-97. [San Saba]
Bryan, Jimmy L., Jr., ed.  "'Whip Them Like the Mischief:'  The Civil War Letters of
            Frank and Mintie Price."  Edited by Jimmy L. Bryan, Jr.  East Texas 
            Historical Journal
36 no. 2 (1998), 68-84. [San Augustine] [p. 71]
Byson, Mary.  "Sister Susan Has Lost Three Sons" in Heroines of Dixie:  The Winter of

  
         Desperation
.  Edited by Katharine M. Jones.  New York:  Ballantine Books,
            1955, pp. 69-70. [Red River County]
Campbell, Randolph B.  A Southern Community in Crisis:  Harrison County, Texas,
            1850-1880
.  Austin:  Texas State Historical Association, 1983.
Cheek, Tolbert Fanning and Mary Cheek.  "T. F. Cheek Letters."  Confederate

            Reminiscences and Letters, 1861-1865
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            Daughters of the Confederacy, 1996, pp. 139-144.  [Weatherford, TX] [p. 140,
            142, 144]
Donoho, Olive.  "Margaret O'Bryant Thompson (1822-1895) in Women in Early 
            Texas. Edited by Evelyn M. Carrington.  Austin:  Jenkins Publishing Co., 
            1975. Reprint ed. Austin:  Texas State Historical Association, 1994, pp.
            255-257.  [what is now Uvalde County]
Embree, Tennie Key.  Diary.  Box 2Q504, University of Texas at Austin Archives. 
  
         Typescript [Bosqueville]
"Eudora Inez Moore" in Indianola Scrap Book (Victoria, Texas:  Victoria Advocate
            Publishing Company, 1936; reprint ed., Port Lavaca, Tex.:  Calhoun County
            Historical Survey Committee, 1974), pp. 142-153. [Indianola] [redyed cloth] 
            [p. 145]
Exley, Jo Ella Powell.  Texas Tears and Texas Sunshine:   Voices of Frontier Women. 
  
         College Station:  Texas A&M University Press, 1985, pp. 113-114, 124, 128.
            [near Fredericksburg; near Marlin].
Gentry, Mrs. A. D.  "Reminiscences of Mrs. J. J. Greenwood."  Frontier Times 2 no. 3
            (December 1924):  12-13. [Belton, TX]
Goeth, Ottilie Fuchs.  Memoirs of a Texas Pioneer Grandmother.  Translated by Irma
            Goeth Guenther.  Austin:  Eakin Press, 1982, p. 78. [Burnet County]
Gracy, David B., II.  "Mildred Satterwhite Littlefield (1811-1880)" in Women in Early

  
         Texas
.  Edited by Evelyn M. Carrington.  Austin:  Jenkins Pub. Co., 1975. 
            Reprint ed.  Austin:  Texas State Historical Association, 1994, pp. 163-167.
            [Gonzales County] [pp. 165-166]
Hall, Sarah Harkey.  Surviving on the Texas Frontier:  The Journal of an Orphan Girl in
  
         San Saba County
.  Austin:  Eakin Press, 1996, pp. 2, 3, 7-8, 14. [San Saba]
Henson, Margaret Swett and Deolece Parmelee.  The Cartwrights of San Augustine: 

  
         Three Generations of Agrarian Entrepreneurs in Nineteenth-Century Texas.
 
            Austin:  Texas State Historical Association, 1993, pp. 219-220, 230. [San
            Augustine]
Holmes, Sarah Katherine Stone.  Brokenburn:  The Journal of Kate Stone, 1861-1868.
  
         Baton Rouge:  Louisiana State University, 1955, 1972, 1995, pp. 286, 347.
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Houston, Elinor R.  "Emilie Ploeger Schumann (1822-1896)" in Women in Early 
            Texas. Edited by Evelyn M. Carrington.  Austin:  Jenkins Publishing Co., 
            1975. Reprint ed. Austin:  Texas State Historical Association, 1994, pp.
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Ingram, Henry L., comp.  Civil War Letters of George W. and Martha F. Ingram, 1861-

  
         1865
.  College Station:  Texas A&M University, 1973, pp. 27, 49, 53, 57. [Hill
            County]
Johnson's Institute Letters, Texas State Archives, Box 2-23/905.  [Plum Creek,
            Texas]
"Letter from Dallas", Fannie Patience Floyd Crutchfield, Dallas, Texas, to Susan Anna
            Floyd Good, Marion County, AL, August 1, 1864. [Dallas]
            http://www.rootsweb.com/~ladesoto/letters2.htm.
Lincecum, Gideon.  Gideon Lincecum's Sword:  Civil War Letters from the Texas Home

            Front
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            Redshaw.  Denton, TX:  University of North Texas, 2001, pp. 141, 188-9, 
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            [Washington County]
Marks, Paul Mitchell.  Hands to the Spindle:  Texas Women and Home Textile
            Production, 1822-1880.  College Station:  Texas A&M University Press, 1996, 
            pp. 7-8, 13-17, 20, 53, 55-56, 58, 61-66, 74-75, 77-86, 88, 90-91.
Marsh, Bryan and Mittie.  "The Confederate Letters of Bryan Marsh."  Chronicles of

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Mays, Fay Lockhart.  "Sarah Ellen Eaton McCallister (1830-1888)" in Women in Early

  
         Texas
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Mills, Betty J.  Calico Chronicle:  Texas Women and Their Fashions, 1830-1910. 
  
         Lubbock:  Texas Tech Press, 1985, pp. 19, 21.
Minor, Mary J.  Papers.  Center for American History.  University of Texas at Austin.
              [near Paris/Clarksville]
O'Brien, Clara Vaughan Hatcher.  Deep Roots and Strong Branches. San Antonio: 
  
         Clemens Printing Co., 1972, p.267.  [near Refugio]
Perry, Theophilus and Harriet Perry.  Widows by the Thousand:  The Civil War Letters 
            of
Theophilus and Harriet Perry, 1862-1864.  Edited by M. Jane Johansson. 
  
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Pickrell, Annie Doom.  Pioneer Women in Texas.  Austin:  E. L. Steck Co., 1929. 
           
Reprint ed.  Austin:  State House Press, 1991, pp.  13, 117, 137, 200, 202, 
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Pierson, M. J.  Letters.  Texas State Archives, Austin, Texas.  [Lamar County]
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Redshaw, Peggy A.  "How Cloth Was Dyed during the Civil War in Washington 
            County, Texas," in 2001:  A Texas Folklore Odyssey.  Edited by Francis 
            Edward Abernethy.  Denton, TX:  University of North Texas Press, 2001, pp.
            234-245.
Rowe, Beverly J.  "How the Civil War Changed the Lives of Women in Southwest
            Arkansas and East Texas:  A Thesis in History."  M.S. thesis, East Texas 
            State University—Texarkana, 1992, pp. 13, 16-17, 20-22.
Simms, Addie J.  Letters.  Box 2R178, University of Texas at Austin Archives.  
           
[Gentry Station, near Houston]
Simons, Elizabeth Archer.  Diary Kept by Mrs. Elizabeth Archer Simons, Texana, 
            Texas, August 31, 1862 – January 1, 1863
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            Austin, Texas.  [Texana]
South, Walter S.  Diary of Reverend Walter S. South, 1860-1866.  Typescript.  At 
            both Texas State Library and the Center for American History, University of
            Texas at Austin. [Navarro County]
Starr, Sarah Joyce Rutherford.  "'Yours Heart and Hand':  An Analysis of the
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            thesis, Baylor University, 1990, p. 43.
Tinnin, Helen Mary.  "Helen Mary Kirkpatrick Tinnin, 1825-1893" in Women in Early

  
         Texas
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Tongate, Vicki Adams.  "Transcendent Ties:  A Northern Girl's Sojourn in Confederate
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Trammell, Camilla Davis.  Seven Pines:  Its Occupants and Their Letters, 1825-1872. 
  
         Rev. ed. Dallas:  Southern Methodist University Press, 1987, pp. 192, 195, 
            197-198. [Liberty, TX]
Wight, Levi Lamoni.  The Reminiscences and Civil War Letters of Levi Lamoni Wight: 
            Life in a  Mormon Splinter Colony on the Texas Frontier
.  Salt Lake City: 
           
University of Utah Press, 1970, pp. 23, 41, 138, 143, 148, 150, 158, 162. 
            [Llano and Burnet Counties] 

Virginia 

Brock, Sallie A.  Richmond During the War:  Four Years of Personal Observation.  New
            York:  G. W. Carleton & Co., 1867.  Reprint ed.  Alexandria, VA:  Time-Life
            Books, 1983, pp. 194, 203-204, 251. [near Richmond]
Chesnut, Mary Boykin.  A Diary from Dixie.  New York:  D. Appleton and Co., 1905, 
            pp. 300-301.  [Petersburg] http://metalab.unc.edu/docsouth/chesnut/maryches.html
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Harrison, C. C.  "War-Days in Richmond."  Appleton's Journal 8 no. 171 (July 6, 
            1872): 11-12.
Mason, Emily V.  "Memories of a Hospital Matron" in The Women's War in the South: 

  
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            Waugh & Martin H. Greenberg.  Nashville, TN:  Cumberland House, 1999, pp.
            211-244. [mountains of western Virginia; Richmond] [pp. 220, 236]
McDonald, Mrs. Cornelia.  A Diary With Reminiscences of the War and Refugee Life in

  
         the Shenandoah Valley, 1860-1865
.  Nashville:  Cullom & Ghertner Co., 1935,
            pp. 224-225, 235, 337.  [Alexandria]
McDonald, Cornelia Peake.  A Woman's Civil War:  A Diary, with Reminiscences of the
            War, from March 1862
.  Edited by Minrose C. Gwin.  Madison:  University of
            Wisconsin Press, 1992.  A revised edition of A Diary with Reminiscences of 
            the War and Refugee Life in the Shenandoah Valley, 1860-1865
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            170-171.  [Amherst]
McGuire, Judith W.  Diary of a Southern Refugee During the War, by a Lady of
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University of Nebraska Press, 1995, pp. 173, 186, 197.  [Richmond]
Pember, Phoebe Yates.  A Southern Woman's Story:  Life in Confederate Richmond. 
  
         Edited by Bell Irvin Wiley. Marietta, GA:  Mockingbird Books, Inc., 1954, pp. 
            90, 101-102, 109-111.  [Richmond]
Pryor, Mrs. Roger A.  Reminiscences of Peace and War.  Rev. ed.  New York:  Grosset 
            & Dunlap, 1908.  Reprint ed.  Freeport, NY:  Books for Libraries Press, 1970, 
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Southern Illustrated News
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Taylor, J. E.  With Sheridan Up the Shenandoah Valley in 1864:  Leaves from a Special
  
         Artist's Sketch Book and Diary
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            Society, 1984, p. 108.
Valentine, Mrs. Mark.  "The Girls Wore Homespun Dresses" in Ladies of Richmond,

  
         Confederate Capital
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Ward, Evelyn D.  The Children of Bladensfield During the Civil War.  New York:  Viking
            Press, 1978, pp. 13, 28, 100. 

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