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Janet L. Coryell"Hall's main argument is that far more women were active in military affairs than previously thought, that women were in military places unknown to most historians of the war (such as prisoner-of-war camps), and that much of what we think we know about women's activities is not necessarily accurate. . . . A substantial and significant contribution to the history of women during the Civil War."
—coeditor of Negotiating the Boundaries of Southern Womanhood