Daughter of the Regiment

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A novel by Stephanie Grace Whitson, inspired by women who served regiments during the Civil War. Set in Missouri, this story introduces Irish immigrant Maggie Malone and plantation mistress Libbie Blair, who come face to face after a battle. Libbie is searching for her brother, the organizer of the Confederate Wildwood Guard. Maggie, whose brothers are part of the Union Irish Brigade, is tending the wounded.

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(French) Infantry Vivandieres, print dated Article: Daughters of the Regiment, by Susan Lyon Hughes. These are the women who inspired American regiments to accept Daughters of the Regiment

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(French) Infantry Vivandieres, print dated 1860. Note: I have a slight issue with the term "Daughter of the Regiment" being used in c...

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1 photograph : albumen print on card mount ; mount 10 x 7 cm (carte de visite format) | Photograph shows Mrs. Ridgley (or Ridgely?) Brown, possibly the wife of Lieutenant Colonel Ridgely Brown of Co. K, 1st Virginia Cavalry Regiment, and Co. A, 1st Maryland Cavalry Battalion, holding 11-star Confederate flag.

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(French) Infantry Vivandieres, print dated 1860. Note: I have a slight issue with the term "Daughter of the Regiment" being used in c...

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Adaline Couzins, who worked as a nurse for the Ladies Union Aid Society and traveled to the front lines. She suffered frostbite while assisting wounded soldiers in southwest Missouri in

Loyal Hearts of Illinois exhibit at the Illinois State Museum. a Vivandiere doll in uniform. Inspiration for Maggie Malone of Daughter of the Regiment. Daughter Of The Regiment, Illinois State, Ag Dolls, American Civil War, Antique Dolls, Army, Peach, Feminine, Africa

Loyal Hearts of Illinois exhibit at the Illinois State Museum. a Vivandiere doll in uniform. Inspiration for Maggie Malone of Daughter of the Regiment..