Bookshelf Notes: Kate Cumming’s Civil War Journal

This was one of the first Civil War diaries that I read when I was starting to look at women and their roles in Civil War medicine. Kate’s journal is particularly valuable since it is a Confederate perspective, written in “real time” (not a memoir), and published around 1866. Kate Cumming was born in ScotlandContinue reading “Bookshelf Notes: Kate Cumming’s Civil War Journal”