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Sinners, Saints and Soldiers in Civil War Stafford

Conner, Jane Hollenbeck (Book - 2009 )
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Sinners, Saints and Soldiers in Civil War Stafford
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"Over 135,000 Union soldiers came to Stafford during the Civil War. This book relates the stories of six unique individuals who visited the area. The writings of these soldiers, nurses, and civilians help paint a picture of what Stafford and Fredericksburg were like during this devastating war."--Cover.
Authors: Conner, Jane Hollenbeck
Title: Sinners, saints and soldiers in Civil War Stafford
Publisher: Stafford, Va. : Parker Pub., c2009
Characteristics: iv, 115 p. : ill. ; 23 cm
Summary: "Over 135,000 Union soldiers came to Stafford during the Civil War. This book relates the stories of six unique individuals who visited the area. The writings of these soldiers, nurses, and civilians help paint a picture of what Stafford and Fredericksburg were like during this devastating war."--Cover.
ISBN: 0970837011
9780970837011
Branch Call Number: 975.526 Co
Statement of Responsibility: by Jane Hollenbeck Conner
Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references (p. 113-115)
Subject Headings: Stafford County (Va.) History Civil War, 1861-1865 Stafford County (Va.) Description and travel Howard, O. O. (Oliver Otis), 1830-1909 Travel Virginia Stafford County Walker, Mary Edwards, 1832-1919 Travel Virginia Stafford County Whitman, Walt, 1819-1892 Travel Virginia Stafford County Barton, Clara, 1821-1912 Travel Virginia Stafford County Salm-Salm, Agnes Elisabeth Winona Leclerq Joy, Prinzessin zu, 1840-1912 Travel Virginia Stafford County Sickles, Daniel Edgar, 1819-1914 Travel Virginia Stafford County
Genre/Form: Local author
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