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Woman's Work in the Civil War: A Record of Heroism, Patriotism and Patience
by L. P. Brockett (Boston, Mass.: Zeigler, McCurdy & Co., 1867)
ACPL Call Number 973.7 B78W

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Contents: Part III: Ladies Who Organized Aid Societies
Woman's Central Association of Relief
Soldiers' Aid Society of Northern Ohio
New England Women's Auxiliary Association
The Northwestern Sanitary Commission
Mrs. A. H. Hoge
Mrs. Mary A. Livermore
General Aid Society for the Army, Buffalo
Michgan Soldiers' Aid Society
Women's Pennsylvania Branch of the United States Sanitary Commission
The Wisconsin Soldiers' Aid Society
Pittsburg Branch United States Sanitary Commission
Mrs. Elizabeth S. Mendenhall
Department of the South
St. Louis Ladies' Union Aid Society
Ladies' Aid Society of Philadelphia, &c.
Women's Relief Association of Brooklyn and Long Island
Mrs. Elizabeth M. Streeter
Mrs. Curtis T. Penn
Mrs. James Harlan
New England Soldiers' Relief Association



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