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The women of the Confederacy


THE WOMEN OF THE CONFEDERACY
In which is presented the heroism of the women of the
Confederacy
with accounts of their trials during the War and the
period of
Reconstruction, with their ultimate triumph over
adversity. Their
motives and their achievements as told by writers and
orators now
preserved in permanent form.
BY REV. J. L. UNDERWOOD
Master of Arts, Mercer University, Captain and Chaplain
in the
Confederate Army
New York and Washington
THE NEALE PUBLISHING COMPANY
1906
Copyright, 1906
By
J. L. UNDERWOOD
[Illustration: _Yours Truly, J. L. Underwood_]
DEDICATION
To the memory of Mrs. ELIZABETH THOMAS CURRY, whose
remains rest under
the live oaks at Bainbridge, Ga., who cheerfully gave
every available
member of her family to the Confederate Cause, and with
her own hands
made their gray jackets, and who gave to the author her
Christian
patriot daughter, who has been the companion, the joy
and the crown of
his long and happy life, this volume is most
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