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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 IV: Ladies Distinguished for Services Among the Freedmen and Refugees
Mrs. Frances Dana Gage
Mrs. Lucy Gaylord Pomeroy
Maria R. Mann
Sarah J. Hagar
Mrs. Josephine R. Griffin
Mrs. M. M. Hallowell
Other Friends of the Freedmen and Refugees
Contents: Part V: Ladies Distinguished for Services in Soldiers' Homes, Volunteer Refreshment Saloons...
Mrs. O. E. Hosmer
Miss Hattie Wiswall
Mrs. Lucy E. Starr
Miss Charlotte Bradford
Union Volunteer Refreshment Saloon of Philadelphia
Mrs. R. M. Bigelow
Miss Hattie R. Sharpless and Her Associates
Contents: Part VI: Ladies Distinguished for Other Services in the National Cause
Mrs. Annie Etheridge
Delphine P. Baker
Mrs. S. Burger Stearns
Barbara Frietchie
Mrs. Hettie M. McEwen
Other Defenders of the Flag
Military Heroines
The Women of Gettysburg
Loyal Women of the South
Miss Hetty A. Jones
The Faithful But Less Conspicuous Laborers



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