Tag Archives: Women in the Civil War

Woman Who Claimed to Dress as a Soldier “A Con Artist” and Kardashian, Says Jack Davis

by ECW Correspondent Amelia Kibbe After having written and published more than 50 books, it’s pretty safe to say William C. Davis has done a lot of research. But, he said, to him, that’s one of the best parts of … Continue reading

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Knitting in the Civil War South

Today, we are pleased to welcome guest author Hannah McClearnen.  “Weren’t they just at home knitting?” When people think about the Southern home front, the first image that comes to mind is often the dutiful wife and mother, left at … Continue reading

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