Synopses & Reviews
Thirty carefully rendered illustrations depict women from the North and South in a variety of settings, with informative captions. Includes Belle Boyd, a Confederate spy; Dorothea Dix, Union Superintendent of Nurses; Harriet Tubman, African-American abolitionist; Varine Howell Davis, wife of the Confederate President; and Mary Walker, doctor and Union spy.
Portraits of remarkable northern and southern women depict Belle Boyd, a Confederate spy; Dorothea Dix, Union Superintendent of Nurses; Harriet Tubman, African-American abolitionist; Mary Walker, doctor and Union spy; 27 others.
Table of Contents
1. Harriet Beecher Stowe2. Hettie K. Painter3. French Mary Tepe4. Dr. Mary Edwards Walker5. Harriet Tubman6. Sally Tompkins7. Lucy Ware Webb Hayes8. Kate Cumming9. Phoebe Yates Levy Pember10. Clara Barton11. Annie Ehteridge12. Pualine Cushman13. Emma La Conte14. Sophronia Bucklin15. Mary Anne Ball Bickerdyke16. Mary Todd Lincoln17. Sarah Emma Edmonds18. Susan Bradford19. Jane McKay20. Mary Boykin chesnut21. Belle Boyd22. Rose O'Neal Geenhow23. Jennie Hodgers24. Hetty Cary25. Louisa May Alcott26. Varina Howell Davis27. Kady Brownell28. Dorothea Dix29. Kate Chase Sprague30. Frances Clalin