A Diary from Dixie
One of the most important documents in southern history, this is a day-by-day diary of the Civil War years. It rings with authenticity while evoking the nostalgia, bitterness, and comedy of the Confederacy.
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A Diary from Dixie: A Lady's Account of the Confederacy During the American ...
Mary Boykin Chesnut
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