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L. P. Brockett, Women's work in the civil war: a record of heroism, patriotism and patience 45 5 Browse Search
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Contents. Illustrations. 1.--Miss Clara H. Barton.....................................................................Frontispiece. 2.-Barbara Frietchie .....................................................................Vignette title. 3.-Mrs. Mary A. Bickerdyke ................................................................................. 172 4.-Miss Margaret E. Breckenridge.................................................................... 187 5.-Mrs. Nellie Maria Taylor .................................................... 234 6.-Mrs. Cordelia A. P. Harvey .............................................................................. 260 7.-M Iss Emily E. Parsons.................................................. ..................................... 273 8.-Mrs. Mary Morris husband .................................................................... ... 287 9.-Miss Mary J. Safford........ ............................ .................... .............................. 357
ly, as the two backed from the place and disappeared. Miss Alice Taylor, daughter of Mrs. Nellie Maria Taylor, of New Orleans, a young lady of great beauty and intelligence, possessed much of her mother's patriotic spirit. The flag was always suspended in one or another of the rooms of Mrs. Taylor's dwelling, and notwithstanding the repeated searches made by the Rebels it remained there till of the New Orleans Fire Companies. In May, 1861, a committee of thirteen gentlemen called on Mrs. Taylor, and informed her that the ladies of the district had wrought a flag for the Crescent City (Rthe services of her daughter Alice were required to make the presentation speech. Of course Mrs. Taylor's consent was not given, and the committee insisted that they must see the young lady, and thn some of those whose labors had been conspicuous, and especially Mrs. Sarah R. Johnson, Mrs. Nellie M. Taylor, Mrs. Grier, Mrs. Clapp, Miss Breckinridge, Mrs. Phelps, Mrs. Shepard Wells, and others.
rmy he is sent North the rebels persecute Mrs. Taylor her dismissal from her position as princip New Orleans occupied by the Union forces Mrs. Taylor reinstated as teacher she nurses the soldirk our highest admiration and gratitude. Mrs. Taylor, whose maiden name was Dewey, was born in Wout the year 1847 removed with her husband, Dr. Taylor, and her two children, to New Orleans, wherefaculty, almost en-masse entered the army. Mrs. Taylor, to remove her son, sent him at once to the It was late in February of that year that Mrs. Taylor was visiting at the judge's house, and duri The same evening, at a late hour, while Mrs. Taylor was standing by the bed-side of her invalidsite to her own. When the young man came in Mrs. Taylor handed it to him, and asked if he knew whatr that good, that noble that blessed woman, Mrs. Taylor. I was wounded at Port Hudson in May, 1863ese ladies were constantly at the hospital, Mrs. Taylor frequently four days in the week, and when [7 more...]
L. P. Brockett, Women's work in the civil war: a record of heroism, patriotism and patience, Index of names of women whose services are recorded in this book. (search)
, Mrs. M. A., 408. Stevens, Miss Melvina, 91. Stevenson, Miss Hannah E., 411. Stone, Mrs. R. H., 409. Stoneberger, Mrs., 409. Stranahan, Mrs. Marianne F., 53. Strong, Mrs. George T., 301. Swayne, Miss, 411. Tannehill, Mrs. Arabella, 407. Taylor, Miss Alice, 77, 78, 239, 240. Taylor, .Mrs. Nellie Maria, 89, 234, 240. Thomas, Mrs. (of New Orleans), 89. Thompson, Miss Kate P., 406. Ticknor, Mrs. George, 323. Tileston, Miss Jennie, 407. Tilton, Miss Catherine, 409. Tilton, Mrs. LucreTaylor, .Mrs. Nellie Maria, 89, 234, 240. Thomas, Mrs. (of New Orleans), 89. Thompson, Miss Kate P., 406. Ticknor, Mrs. George, 323. Tileston, Miss Jennie, 407. Tilton, Miss Catherine, 409. Tilton, Mrs. Lucretia Jane, 409. Titcomb, Miss Louise, 247. Titlow, Mrs. Effie, 76. Trotter, Mrs. Laura, 301. Turchin, Madame, 79, 80. Tyler, Mrs. Adeline, 241-250. Tyson, Miss, 157, 159. Vanderkieeft, Mrs. Dr., 247. Wade, Mrs. Jennie, 62, 84, 85. Wallace, Miss, 209. Wallace, Mrs. Martha A., 47. Ward, Mrs. Anne, 408. Ward, Mrs. S. R., 409. Webber, Mrs. E. M., 408. Wells, Mrs. Shepard, 88. Whetten, Mrs. Harriet Douglas, 301, 316, 322. Wilbrey, Mrs., 89. Willets, Miss Georgiana, 409. Williams, M