An exploration of women who worked in Civil War arsenals, which often had tragic consequences for eventual book, including examinations of disasters in Lawrenceville PA, Richmond VA, and Washington DC, and possibly a socioeconomical analysis. There will also be posts about related topics, namely Civil War women's history and Pennsylvania Civil War history.
Sunday, April 24, 2011
Article: Ten Common Myths About Women in the Civil War and How to Dispel Them
I found this article fascinating. It is written by Jane E. Schultz, professor at Purdue and author of "Women at the Front: Hospital Workers in Civil War America" and dispels ten common misconceptions and generalizations about Civil War women. So it is useful for us writers and researchers. PS - Happy Easter, dear readers!