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Topics include Jayhawker raids, Order No. 11, the infamous practices of Union Provost Marshals, the Palmyra Massacre, Camp Jackson as well as battle accounts of well-known Missouri engagements by women who observed them at a less-than-comfortable are about 74 reminiscences in all, making it one of the most important published Format: Hardcover.
reminiscences of the women of missouri during the sixties. Excellent book of memories collected by the Missouri District of the United Daughters of the Confederacy. If you hate the South, don’t bother to read this collection of true experiences.5/5(2).
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Reminiscences of the Women of Missouri During the Sixties by United Daughters of the Confederacy (Creator) avg rating — 0 ratings — 4 editions. Order #11 was the most heinous order ever issued during the Civil War.
It depopulated Jackson, Cass, Bates, & part of Vernon Counties and reduced this area to ashes. Reminiscences of the Women of Missouri During the Sixties - Missouri Division, United Daughters of the Confederacy.
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Sometime shortly afterthe ladies of the Missouri Division UDC banded together on a remarkable project--the publication of "Reminiscences of the Women of Missouri During the Sixties," a gathering of stories of those who had suffered and sacrificed during the War Between the States.
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