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Apr 05, 2020 - 07:12 AMBy Emilie Riley McKinley Gordon A. Cotton

SHORTLY AFTER SHE BEGAN her diary, Emilie Riley McKinley penned an entry to record the day she believed to be the saddest of her life The date was July 4, 1863, and Federal troops had captured the city of Vicksburg, Mississippi A teacher on a plantation near the city under siege, McKinley shared with others in her rural community an unwavering allegiance to the ConfederaSHORTLY AFTER SHE BEGAN her diary, Emilie Riley McKinley penned an entry to record the day she believed to be the saddest of her life The date was July 4, 1863, and Federal troops had captured the city of Vicksburg, Mississippi A teacher on a plantation near the city under siege, McKinley shared with others in her rural community an unwavering allegiance to the Confederate cause What she did not share with her Southern neighbors was her background Emilie McKinley was a Yankee McKinley s account, revealed through evocative diary entries, tells of a Northern woman who embodied sympathy for the Confederates During the months that Federal troops occupied her hometown and county, she vented her feelings and opinions on the pages of her journal and articulated her support of the Confederate cause Through sharply drawn vignettes, McKinley never one to temper her beliefs candidly depicted her confrontations with the men in blue along with observations of explosive interactions between soldiers and civilians Maintaining a tone of wit and gaiety even as she encountered human pathos, she commented on major military events and reported on daily plantation life An eyewitness accou
  • Title: From the Pen of a She-Rebel: The Civil War Dairy of Emilie Riley McKinley
  • Author: Emilie Riley McKinley Gordon A. Cotton
  • ISBN: 9781570033568
  • Page: 393
  • Format: Hardcover

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From the Pen of a She-Rebel: The Civil War Dairy of Emilie Riley McKinley By Emilie Riley McKinley Gordon A. Cotton SHORTLY AFTER SHE BEGAN her diary, Emilie Riley McKinley penned an entry to record the day she believed to be the saddest of her life The date was July 4, 1863, and Federal troops had captured the city of Vicksburg, Mississippi A teacher on a plantation near the city under siege, McKinley shared with others in her rural community an unwavering allegiance to the ConfederaSHORTLY AFTER SHE BEGAN her diary, Emilie Riley McKinley penned an entry to record the day she believed to be the saddest of her life The date was July 4, 1863, and Federal troops had captured the city of Vicksburg, Mississippi A teacher on a plantation near the city under siege, McKinley shared with others in her rural community an unwavering allegiance to the Confederate cause What she did not share with her Southern neighbors was her background Emilie McKinley was a Yankee McKinley s account, revealed through evocative diary entries, tells of a Northern woman who embodied sympathy for the Confederates During the months that Federal troops occupied her hometown and county, she vented her feelings and opinions on the pages of her journal and articulated her support of the Confederate cause Through sharply drawn vignettes, McKinley never one to temper her beliefs candidly depicted her confrontations with the men in blue along with observations of explosive interactions between soldiers and civilians Maintaining a tone of wit and gaiety even as she encountered human pathos, she commented on major military events and reported on daily plantation life An eyewitness accou

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