Why I Am a Daughter of the Confederacy

Why I Am a Daughter of the Confederacy



Membership Kershaw Ladies Aid Association

Membership Kershaw Ladies Aid Association



Introduction, South Carolina Women in the Confederacy

South Carolina Women in the Confederacy



Work at Grahamville and Camden, South Carolina

Work at Grahamville and Camden, South Carolina



A Southern Household during the Years 1860 to 1865

Ellen S. Elmore Columbia, S. C, December, 1901 I am told it is my duty to write what I can personally recall of the days of our hard struggle with fate, and because it is so considered, I shall make the effort to penetrate the dark chambers of my heart and brain for what I



Work at Eutawville, South Carolina

Work at Eutawville, South Carolina



Women in the Civil War in Cheraw, South Carolina

Some of My Reminiscences of the War



Black Oak Soldiers’ Relief Association Minutes

Black Oak Soldiers’ Relief Association



Yankee Raid Through Anderson

Yankee Raid Through Anderson



Sherman Passed Through Lancaster

Sherman Passed Through Lancaster



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