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By Nina Silber

This e-book casts a focus on one of the most neglected and least understood members within the American Civil conflict: the ladies of the North. in contrast to their accomplice opposite numbers, who have been frequently stuck in the course of the clash, such a lot Northern girls remained faraway from the hazards of conflict. still, they enlisted within the Union reason on their domestic floor, and the adventure remodeled their lives.

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