5 edition of Southern Letters and Life in the Mid 1800s found in the catalog.
Detailed and informative narrative is included along with the complete texts of 214 fully annotated letters comprise the heart of the volume. Perhaps more than anything, these wonderful letters exude a deep love between husband and wife, first evident in the communications they exchanged during their courtship and endurance that defined the Civil War, especially for the South.
|Statement||Susan Lott Clark|
|LC Classifications||CS71.N847 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||471 p. :|
|Number of Pages||471|
|LC Control Number||93238945|
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If you truly want to try life in the s, be expected to have children, all born at home, and have half of them die before the age of five because of dysentery, typhoid, scarlet fever or measles. Be prepared to get up with the sun and read by the light of your drafty fireplace.
(Yes, the Franklin stove was invented in the late s. Guidelines for writing 19th century letters. Letters are written on small, folded pieces of plain white, blue, or blue-lined paper.
Paper sizes can be foolscap or smaller. Don’t use standard 81/2” by 11” paper without first folding or cutting it down. The paper should be folded into a File Size: 14KB.
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