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Rebel Women

You are viewing an image depicting life of Rebel Women at the close of the Civil War. The image is titled, "The Effect of the Rebellion on the Homes of Virginia". The image shows the difficulties faced by these women as they are caught in the crossfire of the war, as they try to survive harsh conditions and manage their family as their husbands are off to war.




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