An Interview with Lisa Tendrich Frank

Our conversation with Lisa Tendrich Frank, historian and recent author of “The Civilian War: Confederate Women and Union Soldiers during Sherman’s March,” now out with Louisiana State University Press. In this interview, Dr. Frank describes expectations on the part of Confederate white women in the lead up to the march, as well as Federal soldiers and their expectations. Finally, Dr. Frank deals with the realities of the march and the critical role it played for both sides.

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Voices From the Army of Northern Virginia, Part 7

A LIFE OF GEN. ROBERT E. LEE (1876) In a postwar illustration, Robert E. Lee is depicted leading his men at Gettysburg. Three books containing Robert E. Lee’s testimony provide…