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by Parthenia Antoinette Hague
originally published in 1888
reprinted in 2014 by
The Confederate Reprint Company
paperback; 125 pages


This reminiscence of daily life on a Southern plantation during the War Between the States is filled with vivid details of everything from methods of making dyes and preparing foods to race relations and the effects of the conflict. The author provides an unusual and beautifully-written primary source of Southern life inside the Yankee blockade, told from a point of view that is noticeably different from most post-war accounts.

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A Blockaded Family: Life in South Alabama During the Civil War
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