DR. MARY WALKER'S CIVIL WAR: One Woman's Journey to the Medal of Honor and the Fight for Women's Rights
The author takes readers into the political cauldron of the nation's capital in wartime, where Walker was a familiar if notorious figure. Her relentless pursuit of gender and racial equality is key to understanding her commitment to a Union victory in the Civil War. 12 pages of photos.
Publishing status: Current
Item #: 1953192
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