Gleanings from Southland: Sketches of Life and Manners of the People of the South, Before, During and After the War of Secession: with Extracts from the Author's Journal and Epitome of the New South

Gleanings from Southland: Sketches of Life and Manners of the People of the South, Before, During and After the War of Secession: with Extracts from the Author's Journal and Epitome of the New South

written by Kate Cumming, 1835-1909 (Birmingham, AL: Roberts & Son, 1895), 277 page(s)

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Field of Interest
Letters and Diaries
Author
Kate Cumming, 1835-1909
Content Type
Diary/Memoir/Autobiography
Format
Text
Page Count
277
Publication Year
1895
Publisher
Roberts & Son
Place Published / Released
Birmingham, AL
Subject
Letters and Diaries, History, Trade and Commerce, Politics and Policy, War and Conflict, Agriculture, Politics, Social classes, War

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