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" ... food and raiment for their families. They were compelled to still be absent from their families, although they were suffering greatly for all of the necessaries of life and for clothing and shelter. The women's task of caring for and looking after... "
A History of Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas: Being an Account of ... - Page 90
by William Monks - 1907 - 247 pages
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Quantrill and the Border Wars

William Elsey Connelley - Guerrillas - 1909 - 542 pages
...who could again care for them, they were doomed to disappointment, in a large number of instances. food and raiment for their families. They were compelled...after they had reached the Federal lines as before Winter came on and they underwent untold sufferings; disease set in from exposure, besides the contagious...
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