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review She Went to the Field Women Soldiers of the Civil War Ò eBook or Kindle ePUB õ ❰KINDLE❯ ✿ She Went to the Field Women Soldiers of the Civil War Author Bonnie Tsui – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk Women Soldiers of the Civil War profiles several substantiated cases of feHave posed as male soldiers but who nonetheless pushed gender boundaries to act boldly in related military capacities as spies nurses and vivandieres daughters of the regiment who bore the flag in battle rallied troops and cared for the wounded. Simple uick overview The first third focuses on three women who hide themselves as men It does not go into depth The rest are about spies and nurses with an even uicker overview It's as almost as if this book introduces you to the names of these women and then you can go and find a better book about them I am glad I picked up this book for the simple introduction

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Women Soldiers of to the Epub #222 the Civil War profiles several substantiated cases She Went PDF or of female soldiers during the American Civil War including Sarah Rosetta Went to the PDFEPUB #236 Wakeman aka Private Lyons Wakeman Union Sara. This is a pretty good overview of women who took part in the American Civil War It's not just about those women who disguised themselves as men to fight but also daughters of the regiment nurses and spies It's an easy read and draws on many resources including diaries letters and journals There is a good bibliography too for follow up reading

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She Went to the Field Women Soldiers of the Civil WarH Emma Edmonds aka Private Went to the Field Women Kindle Frank Thompson Union Loreta Janeta Velazuez aka Lieutenant Harry T Buford Confederate and Jennie Hodgers aka Private Albert D J Cashier Union Also featured are those women who may not. Okay this was fascinating Woman actually putting their lives at stake in battle on the fields somewhat disguised as men Totally amazed this has not been made into a film