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She managed to save her small children, but all else was lost. Dutton, They found themselves in new public roles such as writing for newspapers and periodicals. Julia LeGrand wrote in her journal that only the women seemed not to fear the Yankee invasion, and that they intended to resist at any cost. A South Carolina woman penned her thoughts, " I am glad to have lived through a period like this, and believed that what there is in me of womanliness and strength of character and endurance is greatly due to the lessons of self-confidence taught me during the war.
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They faced conflicts during the Civil War, but the ificance of their lokking has been seriously neglected. Lookong Civil War served elite Southern white women as an impetus to their transformation from invisible victims behind the shield of traditionalism to their emergence as women of identity; it altered them from a gender which was once held in bondage to one which became more independent. The result of her efforts was a Confederate victory at Manassas.
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The new profession was not easily accepted by Southern society and was met with opposition. They were expected to be weak and dependent.
Other well-respected women also edducated as nurses. In the annals of history, the war has always been viewed as fraternal, brother against brother, but that concept has disregarded another battle that simultaneously raged. Their ambition and bravery paved the way for women to enlarge their sphere.
There was another type of soldier in the Confederacy whose role proved to have been more relevant and effective to the Cause. After setting fire to the room where her three younger children slept, Union soldiers shot and killed her eighteen year-old son in his bed. That flaw in the commemoration of American Civil War history was rectified when historians uncovered diaries, journals, and letters of women whose only outlet of expression was through paper and ink.
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They characterized the ransacking, ugy, theft and degradation as acts of "dishonor worse than death. Arthur M. The foundation of their new self-image had been formed with the blood and sweat of their efforts, and women never allowed that foundation to crumble. She also handled the medical needs of many Alabama troops with her take-charge attitude. Phillips was released and sent to New Orleans, but she first stopped off in Richmond to deliver what she called "traitor notes" to Jefferson Davis.
While women in the North made advancements through such movements as the one at Seneca Falls, slaveholding women of the South were too constrained to organize similar movements.
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Crossing the threshold:
We are tired of being afraid in our own skin Mary Chestnut entered into her diary, "All manner of things, they say, come over the border under the huge hoops now worn. The women were armed and ready, but no shots were fired. Her labors became so valuable that one man remarked to her, "If you had been a man, you would have been a commanding general.
It was also a positive step toward equality for women as paid professionals in medicine. Indeed, they were not weak and defenseless women. Notes 1 Catherine Clinton, ed. At the age of six, souutherner attempt by Ms Ebe to stop the abuse by threatening to report the nanny to her parents almost cost her her life.
Eventually, women gained entry into all military branches of the armed services. She arrived in Mississippi for her first day of duty while a battle was taking place at Shiloh. The Northern press labeled her a "village courtesan" who gained her secrets through "sexual conduct. The role of elite females as soldiers in the Confederacy was a role taken as a matter of self-defense in most instances. Four years of war had resulted in the loss of much of their property; slaves had been freed, homes destroyed, and their women no longer wished to be considered "property.