Monthly Archives: April 2016

NC Women Reversing Roles in the Civil War by Kristen Walden pt 3

Part three and the final installment of our ongoing series by WRA intern Kristen Walden on women during the Civil War in North Carolina… Sometime in 1863, Mollie Bean enlisted in the forty-seventh North Carolina infantry. She supposedly served for … Continue reading

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NC Women Reversing Roles in the Civil War by Kristen Walden pt 2

Part two of our ongoing series by WRA intern Kristen Walden on women during the Civil War in North Carolina… Female contribution to family and community integrity are certainly noteworthy and should not be overlooked, but perhaps more surprising than … Continue reading

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NC Women Reversing Roles in the Civil War by Kristen Walden pt 1

This is a multi-post essay written by our own WRA intern Kristen Walden.  We thought her essay was well done and loved her use of resources from the state  and national archives holdings and that it might interest our followers … Continue reading

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