This narrative gives a rare glimpse inside the mind of the wife of a former Confederate officer and shows with a simple sincerity what life was like for many Southern women during the human tragedy of the Civil War. The author tells of her many travels across the war-torn South, her capture behind enemy lines, her encounter with the famous Belle Boyd, her friendship with the dashing General J.E.B. Stuart, and the devastation suffered by the citizens of Richmond in the last days of the Confederacy. This is a real “Gone with the Wind.”
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