Love amid the turmoil the Civil War letters of William and Mary Vermilion /
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|Other Authors / Creators:||Vermilion, Mary, 1831-1883.|
Elder, Donald C., 1952-
|Imprint:||Iowa City : University of Iowa Press, 2003.|
|Online Access:||Available in ProQuest Ebook Central - Academic Complete.|
Table of Contents:
- 1. "Still I Am Proud of My Gallant Soldier Husband"
- 2. "You Are in Danger Now, Every Day, I Know"
- 3. "I Want to Know Whether Our Government Is Really Worth Dying For"
- 4. "Since I Came Home I Am Entirely Satisfied with Iowa"
- 5. "I Knew Somebody Had Lost Friends, and I Feared It Was I"
- 6. "I Will Never Forget All the Bitter Experiences of the Last Year"
- 7. "I Listen Every Hour to Hear of a Decisive Battle"
- 8. "Our War Can't Last Much Longer As It Is Now Carried On"
- 9. "The Days Are Long and Dreary till You Come Home"
- Bibliographical Note