vandals. In a land where women are worshipped by the men, such language made them war-mad.” 2
Later during the war she became Chief Matron of the Hospital Department in that part of the army commanded by Generals Bragg, Johnston, and others, and so remained until the close of our memorable and heroic struggle. To this hospital service she gave order and system, value and efficiency much above and beyond any similar effort in that direction ever before made anywhere or by any one. This may, indeed, be said with emphasis when the limited means at her command and the general embarrassments of the well-remembered situation are all properly considered.’” 15
hospitals in Williamsburg, Virginia; Ella Palmer who worked in makeshift hospitals in Chattanooga, Tennessee and; Juliet Ann Opie Hopkins who established hospitals in Richmond, Virginia, in 1861 and established the Matron Alabama Hospitals. And the list goes on.
and funds by hiding them. And the list goes on: Belle Edmondson, Eugenia Levy Phillips, Charlotte “Lottie” Moon, Virginia “Ginnie” Moon and Emeline Jamison Pigott.