Women during the Civil War: An Encyclopedia

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LIST OF ENTRIES

A

Abolitionists

African-American Women

Agricultural Women

Alcott, Louisa May

Anthony, Susan B.

Antietam (Sharpsburg), Battle of

Artists

B

Barton, Clara

Battle of the Handkerchiefs

Bickerdyke, Mary Ann

Blalock, Malinda Pritchard

Bowser, Mary Elizabeth

Boyd, Belle

Bread Rebellions

Brown, Clara

Brownell, Kady Southwell

Businesswomen

C

Camp Life

Carroll, Anna Ella

Cary, Mary Ann Shadd

Cashier, Albert D. J. (Jennie Hodgers)

Catholic Nuns

Chesnut, Mary Boykin

Child, Lydia Maria

Contraband Relief Association

Contraband Women

Coppin, Fanny Jackson

Courtship and Marriage

Cumming, Kate

Cushman, Pauline

D

Davis, Rebecca Harding

Davis, Varina Howell

Diaries

Dickey, Sarah

Dickinson, Anna

Dickinson, Emily

Dix, Dorothea

Doctors

Draft Riots

E

Edmonds, Sarah Emma

Edmondson, Belle

Education

Etheridge, Annie

Evans, Augusta Jane

F

Family Life

Fern, Fanny

Fort Sumter

Forten, Charlotte

Frémont, Jessie Benton

G

General Order No. 28

Gettysburg, Battle of

Gibbons, Abby Hopper

Girlhood and Adolescence

Government Girls

Greenhow, Rose O’Neal

Guerrilla War

Gunboat Societies

H

Hale, Sarah Josepha

Hamilton, Gail

Harper, Frances Watkins

Haviland, Laura Smith

Hawks, Esther Hill

Hopkins, Juliet Opie

Hospital Ships

Howe, Julia Ward

-xvii-

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Foreword vii
  • Introduction ix
  • Acknowledgments xiii
  • List of Entries xvii
  • A 1
  • B 29
  • Selected Readings 47
  • C 55
  • Selected Readings 70
  • Selected Readings 83
  • Selected Readings 91
  • D 97
  • Selected Readings 116
  • Selected Readings 121
  • E 125
  • F 143
  • Selected Readings 157
  • G 161
  • Selected Readings 164
  • Selected Readings 174
  • H 183
  • Selected Reading 196
  • I 205
  • J 223
  • Selected Readings 225
  • K 227
  • L 235
  • Selected Readings 247
  • Selected Readings 255
  • M 257
  • N 279
  • P 293
  • Selected Reading 300
  • R 311
  • S 325
  • T 367
  • U 385
  • V 393
  • W 401
  • Selected Readings 403
  • Selected Readings 416
  • Z 425
  • Glossary 429
  • Bibliography 433
  • Index 449
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