Women during the Civil War: An Encyclopedia

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Index
Note: Main encyclopedia entries are indicated by bold type.
1st Michigan Cavalry, 56
1st Michigan Colored Regiment, 377
1st Rhode Island Volunteer Infantry, 49-50
1st South Carolina Volunteer Infantry, 58 , 195 , 367-68
2nd Michigan Infantry, 126-28 , 136
2nd South Carolina Volunteers, 381
2nd Vermont Infantry, 87
3rd Michigan Infantry, 136-38
5th Michigan Infantry, 138
5th Rhode Island Infantry, 50
8th New York Cavalry, 266
10th Michigan Cavalry, 38
13th Virginia Infantry, 56
17th Illinois Infantry, 57
19th Illinois Infantry, 382-83
20th North Carolina Infantry, 336
21st Colored Troops (3rd South Carolina Volunteers), 343
26th North Carolina Infantry, 38
26th United States Colored Cavalry, 6
27th Pennsylvania Infantry, 57
29th Connecticut Colored Infantry, 266
29th Connecticut Volunteer Infantry, 63
33rd U. S. Colored Troops, 58
45th U. S. Colored Infantry, 266
52nd Ohio Volunteers, 405
54th Massachusetts Infantry, 58 , 243 , 381
95th Illinois Infantry, 64 , 66
114th Pennsylvania Infantry, 57
153rd Regiment, New York State Volunteers, 402

a
AASS, see American Anti-Slavery Society
abolitionists, 1-3
Alcott, Louisa May, 14-17
Anne Whitney’s sculpture, Africa,26
Anthony, Susan B., 18-21
Cary, Mary Ann Shadd, 62-64
Child, Lydia Maria, 74-77
and Contraband Relief Association, 78
Davis, Rebecca Harding, 98
Dickinson, Anna, 109-11
draft riots and attacks on, 122-23
Forten, Charlotte, 155-56
freedpeople prepared for citizenship by, 369
and Frémont, John Charles, 158-59
Harper, Frances Watkins, 189-91
Haviland, Laura Smith, 192-94
Hawks, Esther Hill, 194-95
Kemble, Fanny, 229-33
Larcom, Lucy, 235-39
and Lewis, Edmonia, 241-43
McCord, Louisa Cheves, versus, 258
Pleasant, Mary Ellen, 305-7
political versus Garrisonian, 351 , 363
Remond, Sarah Parker, 321-23
Stanton, Elizabeth Cady, 350-52
Stowe, Harriet Beecher, 354-59
Swisshelm, Jane Grey, 363-65
Truth, Sojourner, 377
Tubman, Harriet, 379-80
Van Lew, Elizabeth, 393-94
and Woman’s National Loyal League, 416-17
and women’s rights, 421
abortion, 146
activists
Anthony, Susan B., 18-21
Cary, Mary Ann Shadd, 62-64
Child, Lydia Maria, 74-77
Gibbons, Abby Hopper, 168-69
Haviland, Laura Smith, 192-94
Hawks, Esther Hill, 194-95
Pleasant, Mary Ellen, 305-7
adultery, 88
Aesthetic Papers (journal), 298
Africa, 184
African Americans
census figures for, 4
courtship and marriage among, 89
draft riots and attacks on, 122
education of, 6 , 7 , 131 , 173 , 224 , 369-72
family life among, 149
and higher education, 83-85 , 108
on hospital ships, 199-200
literacy among, 131 , 344
opinions about, 3 , 71-72 , 82 , 258 , 268-69
relief societies composed of, 77-78
and religion, 317
soldiers, 4 , 58 , 79-80 , 111 , 148-49 , 243
suffrage and, 353
as teachers, 83-85 , 155-56
See also all-black regiments;
contraband women;
freedpeople;
slaves
African-American women, 4-9
Brown, Clara, 47-49
as camp women, 58 , 266-67
Cary, Mary Ann Shadd, 62-64
charitable activity of, 346
collective action by, 217
and Contraband Relief Association, 228
Coppin, Fanny Jackson, 83-85
Forten, Charlotte, 155-56
free, 5-7
Harper, Frances Watkins, 189-91
on hospital ships, 199-201
in industry, 215
Jacobs, Harriet, 223-24

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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
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  • T 367
  • U 385
  • V 393
  • W 401
  • Selected Readings 403
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  • Z 425
  • Glossary 429
  • Bibliography 433
  • Index 449
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