Towards Suffrage and Beyond: The Women Soldiers, Spies, and Nurses of the Civil War

A great read!

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Friends of Padre Steve’s World,

Since we just celebrated the centennial anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment, today, and for the next few days I am going back to a portion of my draft book “A Great Civil War in an Age of Revolutionary Change” dealing with women’s rights. This one continues yesterday’s article, and deals with some of the facts about women who masqueraded as men in order to serve as soldiers.

Since my first book “Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory!” Racism, Religion, Ideology and Politics in the Civil War Era and and Afterwards and Why They Matter Today,” I will be working on revisions to this book and that may bring additional information to the material in these four articles. That being said I think that you will find this interesting, and still relevant in our society. 

I have two more articles in this series. I hope…

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