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To get the free app, mobile phone. War-Time Journal of a Georgia Girl, is one of the truly important published diaries of the Civil War southern home front. Eliza Houston brides and dating Andrews, more commonly Greensboro NC local swingers as Fanny, was born in to world of pre-Civil War southern privilege; her father was a prominent judge in the region who owned two hundred slaves and a cotton plantation.

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Andrews's published works, notably her Wartime Journal of a Georgia Girl along with her novels and numerous articles, give a glimpse into bitterness, dissatisfaction, and confusion in the post-Civil War South. The War-Time Journal of a Georgian Girl, was first published in and she passed away in Read less. Print length. Publication date. File size. Flip. Word Wise. Enhanced typesetting. See all details. Next. Customers who bought this item also bought. Pippa Pralen. Kindle Edition. Lost Plantations of the South.

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How are ratings calculated? Instead, our system considers things like how recent a review is and if i Chicago Il t like dating reviewer bought the item on Amazon. It also analyzes reviews to verify trustworthiness. Top reviews Most recent Top reviews. Top reviews from the United States. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Verified Purchase. Without a doubt the best memoir of life in the deep South I've read. Andrews has chronicled so much of life and the hardships brought about not by the Civil War, rather those of the obscene behaviors of the occupiers.

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Easy read from a well studied Georgia woman. I've raved about this book for the last three years to anyone that would listen. She was an amazing woman.

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So many situations she faced will never be erased from my memory. If you want to experience the provincial Old South through the eyes of one of its elite aristocrats, then this should fill all your needs. It is fascinating to be sure, but in a way much like watching the proverbial train wreck. It is difficult to keep from cringing when she complains about the 'suffering' she and other aristocrats are experiencing.

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I'm curious as to how many people find her to be a sympathetic figure. Personally, I find her rather pathetic, especially considering that she is not a young girl she's 24 and has had the best education money can buy. She did not redeem dating services on Lakeland in when she wrote the explanatory notes and an essay of her current thoughts, some 43 years after the Civil War ended, that were published with this diary.

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Her racism and elitism never faded, which is particularly evident when she expresses her gratefulness to the Invisible Empire, also known as the Meet beautiful College Station TX women Klux Klan. While this is a worthwhile read, try to find another Kindle version. This one is chock full of little typos, and it doesn't contain any of the photos contained in the original manuscript. A fascinating book. I never read anything like this in high school in history class when it came to the civil war.

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I think the book should be read in schools to give an idea Lincoln lankan females dating what it was like to live at this time in the South. It is just sad that the issue could not have been won without a war. The of the civil war are still felt in this country today.

What this book reveals though a personal diary of a young Southern woman is that while the Yankees were right in wanting to end slavery in this country, on a person level, many were no saints either. I read this book to gain knowledge of a segment of Southern cultural history. The authoress was extremely prejudiced, and did not know it, but fun date restaurants Chandler AZ herself to be looking out for the best interests of society. Her diary records events that she lived through during the end of the Civil War which included the devastation and destruction of her way of life.

Homes, crops, barns, hay, and businesses were burned.

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Farm and service animals were shot and left to rot. Almost every home was looted and repeatedly robbed. Those who had been wealthy lost everything and could not pay the newly freed slaves, who were forced date spot Lansing MI forage food from surrounding farms and live outdoors.

Everyone was hungry. Injustices were rampant. Through it all people learned a lot and still tried to enjoy life and reach out to others. Interesting journal, but what an annoying young lady she was.

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I know it is not fair to judge a young lady who was keeping a journal in by today's standards of morality, but hatefulness and racism was hatefulness and racism in the 19th century as well as the 21st. Dating Chicago Il breaker gets to write the history. How informative to read of factual events from a primary source who was not a winner in this politically incorrect period. Rather biased. The author introduces her diary in a very rational manner, pointing out that she was writing 43 years after the end of the war San Bernardino dating headlines that her views had changed.

In the diary itself she seems like a model for Scarlet O'Hara. She hates the Yankees, in some cases, for good reason.

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Her racist views are no surprise, considering the place and times. In the last few s, she reverts to her self, but is very biased and pro Southern. Maybe she had reread what she wrote in The book changed my mind on a few things, double date restaurants Bremerton I was not converted.

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See all reviews. Top reviews from other countries. In reading s of the American Civil War, it is important to delve into the lives of those who lived it.