4 edition of My Confederate girlhood found in the catalog.
My Confederate girlhood
Kate Virginia Cox Logan
|Statement||[edited by] Lily Logan Morrill.|
|Contributions||Morrill, Lily Logan, 1877-|
|LC Classifications||F214 .L635 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 150 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||150|
|LC Control Number||79008803|
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Dr. Stewart W. Bentley Jr. is a Logan cousin and has undertaken the effort to republish My Confederate Girlhood and its companion work A Builder of the New South.
Both books help portray a side of the Civil War and life in the South both during and after the war that is not often seen. Bentley lives in Northern Virginia with his wife of. The Paperback of the My Confederate Girlhood by Stewart W.
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Kate Cox Logan was an antebellum Belle of the South. Her memoirs provide insight into antebellum culture and Southern society both prior to and after the Civil War. She would go on to marry General. My Confederate Girlhood: The Memoirs Of Kate Virginia Cox Logan - Stewart W.
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Kate Virginia (Cox) Logan In the s, Kate Virginia (Cox) Logan, wife of General Thomas M. Logan of Algoma in Buckingham County, wrote her memories of her youth, shaped by the American Civil War. Inthey were published as My Confederate Girlhood, The Memoirs of Kate Virginia Cox Logan.
Her daughter, Lily Logan Morrill. The statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee in the center of Emancipation Park the day after the Unite the Right rally led to violence.
Two copies of “My Confederate Girlhood”, The Memoirs of Kate Virginia Cox Logan. Published in by Garrett & Massie, Richmond VA. Each book has the printed gray cloth covered boards with blue printed title (missing dust jackets) and the books are in very good condition.
My Confederate Cousin is the true story of an American Negro who fought for the South during the Civil War. Author Robert Broome Jr. writes about the part his ancestor played during this era of American history.
"My cousin, Basil Dawson, was a black Confederate soldier born in Poolesville, Maryland. As a soldier in the Confederate States Army, Basil killed Federal.
Confederate Memories; MY CONFEDERATE GIRLHOOD. The Memoirs of Kate Virginia Cox Logan. Edited by Her Daughter, Lily Lagan Morrill. Illustrated. Richmond. While Girlhood didn't quite reach the emotional impact as some of the author's previous stories there is still so much emotion in this book and a lot to love about it.
My top five reasons to love this story include (but aren't li Friendship and boarding schools!/5(). Very scarce Confederate buckshot cartridge made at Augusta Arsenal. These Augusta cartridges are easily recognized by the salmon-colored paper and that they are filled with 15 buckshot.
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It will change one's perception of a society or a religion. flag 1 like Like see review/5(31).Confederate dollar bills, as well as other confederate dollar bills, all have a value to them.
Most often, you will find circulated confederate bills at a good value for the money. The grading scale will range from a 70, which is for no evidence of any touching, to a 4. A grade of 4 would be a bill that has been heavily circulated and is. My grandmother was a founding member of the Mississippi chapter of the Southern Women for the Prevention of Lynching—yes, there was such a thing and a horrifying need for it—but the Confederacy was still part of my life.
I was named for an uncle who was named for Jeb Stuart.