on of what was done in two of them.
In Barnstable proper, the Ladies' Sanitary Association was formed, immediately after the publication of the circular of the New-England Women's Auxiliary Association was received, and continued until the close of the war. Mrs. S. B. Phinny was president, and Miss E. A. Chamberlain was secretary,re made, boxes of lint, and a large quantity of preserves, &c. The ladies were untiring in their zeal.
There was also a Children's Aid Society,—a branch of the New-England Women's Auxiliary Association.
It began in 1862, and continued until the close of the war, of which Miss Cordelia E. Phinny was president.
1,276 articles wereLadies' Soldiers' Relief Society continued in operation one year ten months and eight days.
Their receipts were $409.74. They sent two boxes of clothing to the New-England Women's Auxiliary Association and one box to the Christian Commission.
Of this society Mrs. Margaret Handy was president, and Miss Amanda Crosby secretary.