Women and the Civil War

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Civil War Women
Primary Sources on the Internet
Sections include Diaries, Letters, Documents; Photographs and Prints; and General Civil War Pages
Compiled by Ginny Daley, Special Collections, Duke University

Women and the Civil War
Manuscripts sources in the Special Collections Library at Duke University
"...describes original manuscript collections, held in Duke University's Special Collections Library, which document women's experiences during the Civil War. A few of the collections are available via the Internet and have been hot-linked."

Maintained by Mike Madin.
Academic Info http://www.academicinfo.net/usindcwwomen.html

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