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Life in an Occupied City: Women in Winchester, Virginia During the Civil War

  title={Life in an Occupied City: Women in Winchester, Virginia During the Civil War},
  author={Laura J. Ping},
  • Laura J. Ping
  • Published 2007
  • History
  • iv Introduction: A Perspective on Winchester Women’s History 1 Chapter 1: Women’s Politicization and Winchester’s Division 15 Chapter 2: Material Shortages and the Struggle to Survive 37 Chapter 3: Winchester’s Southern Identity: Patriotism and Race Relations 61 Chapter 4: Coping with the Enemy: Humanization and Religion 85 Conclusion: Winchester’s Legacy 112 Bibliography 118 Vita 127 

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