CIVIL WAR WOMEN II; STILL UNDERESTIMATED AND INDISPENSABLE

The next book in my series, “Civil War Personalities, 50 At a Time,” is CIVIL WAR WOMEN II, STILL UNDERESTIMATED AND INDISPENSABLE . It will be published and available soon.

Following the great success of my first volume about Civil War women, many people, and especially women, suggested that there were many more stories to tell about the women who made a difference in the Civil War era. In this book, you can read about women such as Laura Towne, groundbreaking educator; Elizabeth Blackwell, the first woman to earn a medical degree; Mary Meachum, Underground Railroad conductor; “Captain” Sally Tompkins, Confederate nurse, and many others.

Author: geneofva

Author of "Citizen-General: Jacob Dolson Cox and the Civil War Era," and of seven more Civil War books -- with more to come!!

One thought on “CIVIL WAR WOMEN II; STILL UNDERESTIMATED AND INDISPENSABLE”

  1. Mary Cecelia willis Webster

    Ran a top on the underground Rail
    Road Townline NY , Erie County

    She was the only woman on the Erie list.
    Quite A worker for Freedom
    My Great Grand aunt

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