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L. P. Brockett, Women's work in the civil war: a record of heroism, patriotism and patience 39 1 Browse Search
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General Rucker. About the close of 1861, Miss Barton returned to Massachusetts to watch over the the place of danger was the place of duty, Miss Barton ordered her mules to be harnessed and took r the rough roads in wagons or ambulances. Miss Barton with her wagon train accompanied the Ninth pposite that city. From Warrenton Junction Miss Barton made a visit to Washington, while her wagonl illustrate very strikingly the courage of Miss Barton, a courage which has never faltered in the isoners across the river to Falmouth, where Miss Barton as yet had her camp. The wounded rebels we spirits looked forward to a dreary future, Miss Barton toiled on, infusing hope and cheerfulness if the heaviest of the rebel batteries, that Miss Barton spent the most trying part of the summer. the soldiers, I went. In January, 1864, Miss Barton returned to the North, and after spending fion was to be picked up. They imagined that Miss Barton was to walk through all hospitals, camps, a[10 more...]