Sarah Ellen Blackwell A woman of political and military genius
Anna Ella Carroll would have been an exceptional woman at any point in history. Born in 1815, her father was the governor of Maryland, and she was the grand..
Mary Webster Loughborough & Osborn H. Oldroyd My Cave Life in Vicksburg by Mary Webster Loughborough & A Soldier’s Story of the Siege of Vicksburg by Osborn H. Oldroyd A Union soldier and Confederate lady at Vicksburg, 1863
This unique book offers two entirely different views of the important and pivotal siege of Vicksburg during the American Civil War. Grant, in..
Mary A. H. Gay & Myrta Lockett Avary Recollections of the American Civil War by Two Ladies of the Confederacy Life in Dixie During the War 1861-1865
by Mary A. H. Gay
A Virginia Girl in the Civil War
by Myrta Lockett AvaryTwo ladies in the struggle for Southern independence
This unique Leonaur edition..
Ellen Williams or, History of the Second Colorados—Union Volunteer Cavalry at War Against Indians & Confederate Forces, 1860-65 Union horse soldiers in the far west
Curiously for a work that is at least in part the regimental history of a cavalry unit, its author was a woman, Ellen Williams, who was not only a mere chronicl..
Loreta Janeta Velazquez
Soldier, Spy and Secret Service Agent for the Confederacy During the American Civil War An incredible heroine of the Confederacy
There are several accounts told through the ages, and concerning several conflicts, of women who went to war for the cause they espoused and who not only pe..
Sarah Emma Evelyn Edmonds Soldier, nurse and spy for the Republic
This is an extraordinary book by any standards and no short description of it could possibly do justice to its author or her book. Sarah Edmonds was a lady f..
Mary Boykin Chesnut A Lady’s Account of the Confederacy During the American Civil War A singular view from a remarkable woman
This is a famous book. Any source work is worthy and accounts of the American Civil War from the female perspective are not so numerous, so all of them shoul..
Fannie A. Beers A Confederate Lady’s Experiences of Nursing During the Campaigns & Battles of the American Civil War A dauntless and humane woman of the South
Young Fannie Beers, a Connecticut girl, married southerner A. P. Beers when he was a student at Yale. Naturally, she accompanied him to his home and there ..