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From the Publisher"Anyone interested in a well-researched account of Confederate women's responses to Sherman's march will find this study rewarding."
— American Historical Review
"A worthy addition to the burgeoning literature focusing on the social and cultural aspects of the Civil War. Concise yet thoroughly researched, it contributes fresh, thought-provoking insights into a long-neglected area of study: the interaction between General William T. Sherman's soldiers and southern civilians, black and white, male and female, during his march through the Carolinas."
— The South Carolina Historical Magazine