Sara Agnes Rice Pryor

Reminiscences of Peace and War

“Reminiscences of Peace and War” is a book based on author's journals which is intended to contribute to public discourse about the Civil War. In this book Mrs. Pryor wrote about antebellum society but also defended the Confederacy, as did fellow writers Virginia Clay-Clopton and Louise Wigfall Wright; the United Daughters of the Confederacy (UDC) recommended the works of these three for serious studies by other women.
391 printed pages
Original publication



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