Confederate Daughters: Coming of Age During the Civil War
Despite this independence, they welcomed the return to domesticity and patriarchy in the aftermath of the war as a means of coping with Confederate defeat. An unknown error has occurred.
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From a position of young womanhood and privilege, they threw their support behind the movement to create a Confederate identity, which was in turn shaped by their participation in the secession movement and the war effort. Their political engagement is evident from their knowledge of military battles, and was expressed through their clothing, social activities, relationships with peers, and interactions with Union soldiers.
Confederate Daughters reveals how these young women, in an effort to sustain their families throughout the war, adjusted to new domestic duties, confronting the loss of slaves and other financial hardships by seeking paid work outside their homes.
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