A Conquest of Manners: Gender, Sociability, and Northern Wives’ Occupation of Memphis

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From the beginning of the American Civil War, northern white women travelled into combat zones all over the Confederacy. Margaret Storey discusses the history of northern wives who travelled to Memphis between 1862 and 1865.

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