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Patriots in diguise : women warriors of the Civil War

Richard Hall
Hall, Richard (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
New York, New York : Marlowe & Co., c1993, 1994
xiv, 224 p.
1st paperback ed
1569248648

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Selected bibliography: p. 214.

Includes index.

"A surprising number of women served in combat on both sides during the American Civil War, some as officers or sergeants. A contemporary author, Dr. L.P. Brockett, wrote: "The number of women who actually bore arms in the war, or who, though generally attending a regiment as nurses and vivandieres, at times engaged in the actual conflict was much larger than is generally supposed, and embraces persons of all ranks of society. This book celebrates the women who , for a variety of motives (including patriotism, adventurism, and a sense of duty), placed their lives on the line from the outset and braved shot and shell on the bloody battlefields of the Civil War"--Introd.

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