GLEANINGS FROM THE SOUTHLAND

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Item Code: 897-17

By Kate Cumming. Published by Robertson & Son, Birmingham, AL, 1895. 277 pp., ills. Green, blind-stamped glazed cloth, 7.875 x 5.5”, w/gilt cover and spine lettering. Exhibit light soiling & lightly bumped corners, w/over minor cover spot. Else VG. Author Kate Cummings was one of the Confederacy’s most prominent nurses, working primarily with the Army of the Tennessee, from Shiloh through the end of the war. Gleanings from the Southland—[“Sketches of life and manners of the people of the before, during and after the War of Secession, With Extracts From the Author’s Journal and An Epitome of the New South”]—makes a fine companion pieces to Cumming’s earlier classic: “Hospital Life in the Confederate Army”. Excellent Confederate collectible.  [jp]

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