JOURNAL OF A SECESH LADY: THE DIARY OF CATHERINE ANN DEVERUEX EDMONDSON

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Edited by Beth Crabtree/ James Patton. Published by the North Carolina Division of Archives & History, Raleigh, 1979. Second Printing. 850 pp., map eps., dj.  In gray glazed cloth. 10.25 x 7.5” Dj exhibits slight wear, else fine.

A die-hard “secesh Lady”, Katherine Devereaux Edmondson was uncompromisingly pro-southern in her loyalties. Running from June 1860 to January 4, 1866, her diary is provides a rich mosaic of North Carolina Civil War social life. Highly regarded, one of the finest of diaries by Confederate women.  [jp] [ph:L]

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