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One more.......tho I'm not saying if it's good or has valid ideas or not.  :unsure:  They pop these small "books" out so fast and sometimes they are not valid.  Reader....have discernment, please.


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I don't know how to do the links but there is a free e book on Amazon today called "Unvanquished: How Women of the South Survived the Civil War".  It sounded interesting to me!

Eyewitness accounts from 70 Civil War women's diaries. Yankees ransacked and plundered, as brave women hid food & heirlooms in swamps and wells. Solitary women fed starving children. Slave women tell their stories too. Civil War recipes: oatmeal pie, idiot's delight, Confederate cush. Their untiring fortitude shines through their stories.... Read More

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