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.
Monday, April 2, 2012
Newspaper article about Allegheny Arsenal magazine dedication (1913?)
From the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh is an undated newspaper article, most likely from 1913, about the dedication of the memorial at the former powder magazine at the Allegheny Arsenal. Included is a list of the 78 victims.