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Elder, Angela Esco. “Dead Husband, Dead Son: Widows, Mothers-in-Law, and Mourning in the Confederacy.” Household War: How Americans Lived and Fought the Civil War, edited by LISA TENDRICH FRANK and LEEANN WHITES, University of Georgia Press, Athens, 2020, pp. 248–267. JSTOR, www.jstor.org/stable/j.ctvg5bt0v.15. Accessed 22 Sept. 2020.
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Elder, A. (2020). Dead Husband, Dead Son: Widows, Mothers-in-Law, and Mourning in the Confederacy. In FRANK L. & WHITES L. (Eds.), Household War: How Americans Lived and Fought the Civil War (pp. 248-267). Athens: University of Georgia Press. doi:10.2307/j.ctvg5bt0v.15
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Elder, Angela Esco. "Dead Husband, Dead Son: Widows, Mothers-in-Law, and Mourning in the Confederacy." In Household War: How Americans Lived and Fought the Civil War, edited by FRANK LISA TENDRICH and WHITES LEEANN, 248-67. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 2020. Accessed September 22, 2020. doi:10.2307/j.ctvg5bt0v.15.

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