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  • The War-Time Journal of a Georgia Girl, 1864-1865
  • Eliza Frances Andrews
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  • 25 March 2018
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The War-Time Journal of a Georgia Girl, 1864-1865 Free read ë 102 Er and despair of Confederate citizens during the last months of the Civil War Traveling across Georgia Eliza observes Sherman’s devastation A lively social life is maintained at her eldest sister’s plantation where she and Metta take refuge but Eliza’s sense of doom is clear Rumors are rife the fall of Richmond the surrender of General Lee the imminent approach of the Yankees On returning to the family home she sees the Old South crum. Definitely worth reading It is the account of a southern family who went from prosperity and having 200 slaves to losing their wealth after the defeat of the south Her journal covers the end of the war and the beginning of the reconstruction era in Washington Georgia From about half way through the book it becomes very disturbing to read her journal and she starts manifesting her white supremacist s view point I understand that she was very upset since they had lost to the North but her racist s viewpoint was absolutely horrifying She gives you a viewpoint of a believer in the institution of slavery and one can understand that the only way for a change was the devastating war While reading her diaries I wondered if the founding fathers like Jefferson Madison and Washington who were slave holders like Eliza s family also thought like her and helped with the institution of slavery in US ELSASS OBERRHEIN-ELSASSER WEINSTRASE (WANDERFUHRER) citizens during the last months of the Civil War Traveling across Georgia Eliza observes Sherman’s devastation A lively social life is maintained at her eldest sister’s plantation where she and Metta take refuge but Eliza’s sense of doom is Anjou : maine-et-loire : cadre naturel, histoire, art, litterature... clear Rumors are rife the fall of Richmond the surrender of General Lee the imminent approach of the Yankees On returning to the family home she sees the Old South Anjou : Au fil de l'eau et de l'histoire crum. Definitely worth reading It is the account of a southern family who went from prosperity and having 200 slaves to losing their wealth after the defeat of the south Her journal Guide de généalogie en Anjou et Poitou-Charentes-Vendée covers the end of the war and the beginning of the reconstruction era in Washington Georgia From about half way through the book it becomes very disturbing to read her journal and she starts manifesting her white supremacist s view point I understand that she was very upset since they had lost to the North but her racist s viewpoint was absolutely horrifying She gives you a viewpoint of a believer in the institution of slavery and one Cuisine de l'Anjou: De A à Z can understand that the only way for a Châteaux et forteresses du Moyen Age en Val de Loire : Touraine, Anjou, Berry, Orléanais, Vendômois, marche bretonne change was the devastating war While reading her diaries I wondered if the founding fathers like Jefferson Madison and Washington who were slave holders like Eliza s family also thought like her and helped with the institution of slavery in US

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The War-Time Journal of a Georgia Girl, 1864-1865 Free read ë 102 Ble before her eyes   The War Time Journal of a Georgia Girl depicts the chaos and tumult of a period when invaders and freed slaves swarmed in the streets starved and beaten soldiers asked for food at houses with little or none and currency was worthless Eliza’s agony is complicated by political differences with her beloved father Edited and first published nearly a half century after the Civil War her diary is a passionate firsthand reco. She has a good command of the English languageand it was enlightening to read the southern well off young person s point of view of the Civil War and immediate aftermath from her own experience but I must agree with some reviewers that the author s war was uite tame and comfortable compared to some All the parties dancing and meals fed to countless visitors seemed to belie any real suffering So she got sick of peas and couldn t have new dresses all the time What a shame There seemed to be a lot of visiting back and forth and laughing No one died A uite biased account of the glories of the Olde South and how nasty it all was that the awful Yankees came down and spoiled everything Oh well from her privileged perspective it must have been horrid Insightful

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The War-Time Journal of a Georgia Girl, 1864-1865 Free read ë 102 In the fall of 1864 General Sherman and his army cut a ruinous swath across Georgia and outraged Southerners steeled themselves for defeat Threatened by the approach of the Union army young Eliza Frances Andrews and her sister Metta fled from their home in Washington Georgia to comparative safety in the southwestern part of the state The daughter of a prominent judge who disapproved of secession Eliza kept a diary that fully registers the ang. This book gives an interesting view of the feelings of the Southern slave holding families at the end of the Civil War and into Reconstruction From a 2010 point of view the reader has to remind themselves that we are reading a historical viewpoint from 1865 a very different set of circumstances shaped the feelings of the author ie elite slaveholding wealthy class whose entire world is being turned up side down but try to hold onto and justify their beliefs about race and slaveholding wrong though it may be


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    Read Ebook The War–Time Journal of a Georgia Girl, 1864–1865 BY Eliza Frances Andrews – keeversfontein.co.za Read Ù PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ç Eliza Frances Andrews This was a fascinating read and yet a difficult one On the one hand it is an important document regarding what it felt like to be there in the moment as soldiers used your land and rubbed your nose in the loss of a four year conflict On the other the racism which in so many ways has yet to leave the American consciousness is hard to read with anything other than nausea Eliza Frances Andrews was living in Washington Georgia and went on a tri

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    Read Ù PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ç Eliza Frances Andrews Read Ebook The War–Time Journal of a Georgia Girl, 1864–1865 BY Eliza Frances Andrews – keeversfontein.co.za This book gives an interesting view of the feelings of the Southern slave holding families at the end of the Civil War and into Reconstruction From a 2010 point of view the reader has to remind themselves that we are reading a historical viewpoint from 1865 a very different set of circumstances shaped the feelings of the author ie elite slaveholding wealthy class whose entire world is being turned up side down but try to hold ont

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    Read Ebook The War–Time Journal of a Georgia Girl, 1864–1865 BY Eliza Frances Andrews – keeversfontein.co.za The Confederacy produced many interesting and talented women who left valuable accounts of their experiences and observations but E

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    Read Ebook The War–Time Journal of a Georgia Girl, 1864–1865 BY Eliza Frances Andrews – keeversfontein.co.za Definitely worth reading It is the account of a southern family who went from prosperity and having 200 slaves to losing their wealth after the defeat of the south Her journal covers the end of the war and the beginning of the reconstruction era in Washington Georgia From about half way through the book it becomes very disturbing

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    Read Ebook The War–Time Journal of a Georgia Girl, 1864–1865 BY Eliza Frances Andrews – keeversfontein.co.za I read this as a companion book to The Killer Angels a Book Club read It provides a great historical perspective to events during Sherman's march through Georgia and also the effects felt by the South especially Georgia plantation owners at the end of the civil war It is noted that the sentiments simply reflect some of the biases of

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    Read Ebook The War–Time Journal of a Georgia Girl, 1864–1865 BY Eliza Frances Andrews – keeversfontein.co.za Read & download The War-Time Journal of a Georgia Girl, 1864-1865 This book is so interesting It is a real life account of life of a young woman at the wane of the Civil War She goes visiting dancing and has a vibrant social life as they evade the Yankees I enjoyed this book except all the very racist things that the author thinks I know that's how lots of people felt but it

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    Read Ebook The War–Time Journal of a Georgia Girl, 1864–1865 BY Eliza Frances Andrews – keeversfontein.co.za Gave a good insight of the South following the war Some of the thoughts and feelings still remain sadly today Shows just what the southerns thought of the North and the black former slaves Also showed how freedom affected them too Would have liked to know what happened to her later in life Did she ever marry and have chi

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