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South Carolina women in the confederacy

United Daughters of the Confederacy. South Carolina Division.

South Carolina women in the confederacy

by United Daughters of the Confederacy. South Carolina Division.

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Published by State Co. in Columbia, S.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Charities -- Confederate States of America,
  • United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Personal narratives, Confederate,
  • South Carolina -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865

  • Edition Notes

    Statementrecords collected by Mrs. A.T. Smythe, Miss M.B. Poppenheim, and Mrs. Thomas Taylor ; edited and published by Mrs. Thomas Taylor ... [et al.], State Committee, Daughters of the Confederacy.
    GenrePersonal narratives, Confederate.
    SeriesAdelaide Nutting historical nursing collection -- AN 0452.
    ContributionsTaylor, Sally Cantey Elmore, 1829-1919., Conner, Sallie Enders.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination2 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16550794M

      Once again have to thank Jno for an excellent head's up on a book, Ladies Tea would be a ton less cluttered without his eye for this stuff. Before Daughters of the Confederacy existed Daughters IN the Confederacy- because the Confederacy was real, it was here and soldiers therein vastly in need of the kind of nurturing hand only these women's organizations could pull off. About this Book Catalog Record Details. South Carolina women in the confederacy. Records v United Daughters of the Confederacy. View full catalog record.

    William Ellison Jr. (c. April – December 5, ), born April Ellison, was a U.S. cotton gin maker and blacksmith in South Carolina, and former African American slave who achieved considerable success in business before the American Civil eventually became a major planter and one of the medium property owners, and one of the wealthiest property owners in the state. A Voice From South Carolina: A Narrative of the Upstate $ Living Confederate Principles: A Heritage For All Time $ The Civilization of the Old South: What Made It and Destroyed It $ Lincoln as the South Should Know Him $ Reminiscences of a Soldier of the Orphan Brigade $ Four Years Among the Rebels: A Nashville Woman.

    Cheraw, South Carolina, although a place small in size, was equal to all the demands made upon its patriotism, and these demands continued from the first of the struggle unto the bitter end. Soon after the fall of Sumter, when the best and bravest were making ready to go, the women established a society for making clothes for the soldiers.   In alone, the North Carolina Division placed portraits of Confederate figures in the state's public schools, along with Confederate flags. The following year, it was flags. The UDC, with schools' permission, also conducted essay contests on topics like "The Origin of the Ku Klux Klan" and "The Right of Secession.".


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The purpose of this book is to record, in part, the work of South Carolina women during the War for Southern Independence, not only in making banners, binding her warriors' sash, and those offices which the cold-blooded materialist classes as sentimental; but woman as a potent factor in furnishing food and clothing for the men on the battle line, and for the wounded and dying in the Author: United Daughters of the Confed Division.

South Carolina Women in the Confederacy book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Publisher: Columbia, S.C., The State company Subje Author: United Daughters of The Confederacy. 1 Used from $ 1 New from $ Published in by the South Carolina Division of the United Daughters of The Confederacy, this book chronicles the work of the Southern women of South Carolina that was performed in support of the Confederacy during the Civil War.

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