Women of war : selected memoirs, poems, and fiction by Virginia women who lived through the Civil War /

Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Clabough, Casey, 1974- (Editor)
Format: Book
Published: Huntsville, Texas : Texas Review Press, [2014]
Edition:First edition.
Table of Contents:
  • Memoir. Mary Tucker Magill, "Introduction, " from Woman, or, A chronicle of the late War (1867)
  • Mary Lockett Avary, "Chapter IV: The realities of war, " from A Virginia girl in the Civil War (1903)
  • Mary Tucker Magill, "Chapter XIII: Rebel strategy resulting in the Battle of Kernstown" and "Chapter XXVI: A Southern woman thrown on her own resources, " from Woman, or, A chronicle of the late War (1867)
  • Mrs. Roger A. Pryor, "Chapter XIII: The Seven Days' Battles, " from Reminiscences of peace and war (1904)
  • Judith W. McGuire, "August 1864, " from The diary of a Southern refugee, during the War / by a Lady of Virginia (1867)
  • Mrs. Roger A. Pryor, "Chapter XXIII, " from My day: reminiscences of a long lfe (1909)
  • Sallie A. Brock Putnam, "Chapter LXXII: Evacuation of Richmond: burning of the city, " from In Richmond during the War (1867)
  • Poetry. Anonymous, "Virginia's message to the Southern states, " from Southern poems of the War (1867)
  • Anonymous, "Heart victories" / by a Soldier's wife, from Southern poems of the War (1867)
  • Mrs. Makgabet Figoot, "A Mother's prayer, " from Southern poems of the War (1867)
  • Susan Archer Tally, "The Battle eve, " from The Southern amaranth (1869)
  • Anonymous, "The Soldier's grave, " from Southern poems of the War (1867)
  • Lines by his widow, "Mumford's grave, " from The Southern amaranth (1869)
  • Mrs. C. A. Ball, "The jacket of gray: to those who wore It, " from Southern poems of the War (1867)
  • Margaret J. Preston, "Virginia, " from Beechenbrook: a rhyme of the War and other Civil War poems (1866)
  • Fannie H. Marr, "Virginia, " from Virginia and other poems (1881)
  • Fannie H. Marr, "The captive" and "The South, " from Heart-Life in song (1883)
  • Mrs. Maie Dove Day, "The blended flags" and "War, " from The blended flags (1898)
  • Cornelia Jordan, "Richmond: her glory and her graves" and "A voice from the ground, " from Echoes from the cannon (1899)
  • Fiction. Marion Harland, "Chapter XVI, " from Sunnybank (1867)
  • Mary Spear Tiernan, "Chapter VIII: A study in gray, " from Jack Horner (1890)
  • Emma Lyon Bryan, "Chapter XXX, " from 1860-1865: a romance of the valley (1892).