A Confederate Girl's Diary
She had done more than live and love:--she had endured while endurance was demanded; and, released from the house of bondage, she had, without trace of bitterness in her heart, forgiven those who had caused her martyrdom.
VERSAILLES, FRANCE, July, 1913.
A CONFEDERATE GIRL'S DIARY
BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, March 9th, 1862.
Here I am, at your service, Madame Idleness, waiting for any suggestion it may please you to put in my weary brain, as a means to pass this dull, cloudy Sunday afternoon; for the great Pike clock over the way has this ins