The Recollections of Margaret Cabell Brown Loughborough: A Southern Woman's Memories of Richmond, VA, and Washington, DC, in the Civil War


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Margaret Cabell Brown's Recollections, written in 1911, provide a woman's perspective on the Civil War. While her husband enlisted in the Confederate Army, Margaret worked for the Confederate government in Richmond. This diary is not about battle and glory, but rather details the realities of life during the Civil War.

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