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Lucy Breckinridge of Grove Hill

The Journal of a Virginia Girl, 1862-1864 (Women"s Diaries and Letters of the South)

by Mary D. Robertson

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  • 21 Currently reading

Published by University of South Carolina Press .
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    Subjects:
  • American history: c 1500 to c 1800,
  • Population & demography,
  • Social history,
  • Women"s studies,
  • c 1800 to c 1900,
  • Diaries,
  • U.S. History - Civil War And Reconstruction (1860-1877),
  • Women In The U.S.,
  • Virginia,
  • Biography / Autobiography,
  • History: American,
  • USA,
  • Grove Hill (Va.),
  • Historical - U.S.,
  • Breckinridge, Lucy Gilmer,
  • 19th century,
  • Women,
  • 1843-1865,
  • Botetourt County,
  • Breckinridge, Lucy Gilmer,,
  • History,
  • Plantation life

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages272
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8375210M
    ISBN 100872499995
    ISBN 109780872499997

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The memoirs of a high-spirited young woman who wanted to escape wartime boredom/5(6). Lucy Breckinridge's diary makes for tedious reading, which isn't really surprising, as she never intended it for public viewing. Written as a teenage girl's confidante and escape during long idle days of visits and cloistered time with her friends and family as she waited for the Civil War to end, the diary is a curious and revealing source, but it is also replete with repetitious and vapid /5.

Daughter of Cary Breckinridge. Her diary became a book titled: Lucy Breckinridge of Grove Hill. Married Thomas Jefferson Bassett on January 28, but sadly. Lucy Breckinridge of Grove Hill [Mary D. Robertson] on shelfreading.icu *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. As the candid and very personal record of a strong-minded, feministic, and articulate aristocrat seeking happiness in a world that was falling apartReviews: 2.

Get this from a library. Lucy Breckinridge of Grove Hill: the journal of a Virginia girl, [Lucy Gilmer Breckinridge; Mary D Robertson]. Jan 04,  · (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, Pp. xxiii, $) Lucy Breckinridge of Grove Hill: The Journal of a Virginia Girl, ,is a significant contribution to literature concerning the Confed- BOOK REVIEWS erate homefront experience, the southern woman, and women's activities in Dixie during the Civil War.

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Begun to alleviate the "boredom of wartime," Lucy Breckinridge's journal quickly became this intelligent young woman's confidante as she came of age in war-torn Virginia. Nineteen-year-old Breckinridge offers candid views Brand: University of South Carolina Press.

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a Lucy Breckinridge of Grove Hill: |b the journal of a Virginia girl, ; edited by Mary D. Robertson. Lucy's widow Tommy left Grove Hill and returned to his native Texas. He, along with a brother, became bankers. He remarried and became the father of 4 daughters.

His esteem for the Breckenridge family is exhibited by sending his daughters to Grove Hill for their education. The end of the war brought the end to an era at Grove Hill.

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Jan 02,  · THE DUSKY WINGS OF WAR: The Journal of Lucy G. Breckinridge, Edited by Mary D. Robertson Grove Hill, in the Great Valley of Virginia, was built in by James Breckinridge (), soldier, lawyer, and congressman.1 The site of the estate was in the Catawba Creek area near Fincastle, Botetourt County.

Title: Lucy Breckinridge of Grove Hill, The Journal of a Virginia Girl to Author Name: Breckinridge, shelfreading.icu By Mary D. Robertson. Categories: American History and Biography, Publisher: Ashland, Ohio, U.S.A., Kent State University Press: ISBN Number: ISBN Number Binding: Paperback Book Condition: Very Good.

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[Breckinridge, Lucy], Lucy Breckinridge of Grove Hill: the Journal of a Virginia Girl, ed. Mary D. Robertson (Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, ). The wartime journal of a young planter class woman in southwestern Virginia, especially telling.

Lucy Breckinridge of Grove Hill The Journal of a Virginia Girl, – Edited by Mary D. Robertson. The Civil War memoirs of a high-spirited, progressive woman. Begun to alleviate the "boredom of wartime," Lucy Breckinridge's journal quickly became this intelligent young woman's confidante as she came of age in war-torn Virginia.

Dec 13,  · Book Sources: Virginia in the Civil War A selection of books/e-books available in Trible Library. Click the title for location and availability information.

Lucy Breckinridge of Grove Hill by Lucy Gilmer Breckinridge; Mary D. Robertson Call Number: FG B L9. ISBN: X. Feb 05,  · Book Sources: Personal Sources Lucy Breckinridge of Grove Hill by Lucy Gilmer Breckinridge; Mary D.

Robertson Call Number: FG B L9. ISBN: X. Narratives of Early Virginia, by Lyon Gardiner Tyler Call Number: FT N2. Original narratives of early American history. Lucy Breckinridge of Grove Hill: The Journal of a Virginia Girl, (Kent, OH: The Kent State University Press, ), Miss Lucy Breckinridge.

The Question of Age & Situation. Lucy Breckinridge’s statement in her private journal about her twenty-first birthday reflects several attitudes of the Civil War era.

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and p.m. Monday through Friday except Federal holidays. Diary of Lucy Breckinridge (Epilogue) Lucy, in spite of her apprehensions, married her Tommy on 28 Januaryin a quiet ceremony at Grove Hill.

The young couple's life together was poignantly brief. Feb 11,  · Lucy Breckinridge of Grove Hill: The Journal of a Virginia Girl, by Mary D. Robertson. Iconography of Death: Common Symbolism of Late 18th Through Early 20th Century Tombstones in the Southeastern United States by Debi Hacker.

City of Salem Virginia Charter and Code of Laws by City of Salem. If Not Me, Then Who. by E. Cabell Brand. Jun 22,  · The Botetourt County Museum which was and still is called "Grove Hill." One of his descendants, Lucy Breckinridge, lived at Grove Hill and kept a diary during the Civil War, which is sort of famous.

I've read it and it's quite an interesting look at life during those turbulent times. The book is for sale at the museum. Posted by CountryDew. Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. Dec 21,  · Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Mary Robertson books online.

Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Twisted Tessellations Coloring Book. Mary Robertson. 11 Jun Paperback. US$ Add to basket. Abstract Patterns Coloring Book Lucy Breckinridge of Grove Hill. Lucy Gilmer Breckinridge. 15 Jun Letter headed "Leigh, November 30,Monday" from Mary Peachy Gilmer to her sister, Emma Breckinridge, at Grove Hill, Fincastle, Botetourt County, telling of events since she had returned from Grove Hill to her mother's home at Leigh, family news, visitors, rearranging the library at Leigh, and compliments she had received on the.

Aug 21,  · Lucy Rebecca Buck recorded details about weight several times in her journal. On December 19,she revealed that she weighed pounds, but gave no further comment or details. Lucy. Lucy Breckinridge of Grove Hill: The Journal of a Virginia Girl, Edited by Mary D.

Robertson. Kent, Kent State University Press, Page Dec 23,  · He no doubt visited Avenel during the month he was in Bedford, and there he must have learned that Lucy Breckinridge had married. Why did he leave for Botetourt (the next county to the west of Bedford).

Was it because that’s where Lucy’s home Grove Hill was. Did he visit Lucy. Or was it merely because Botetourt was the gateway to the west. Description: Established in and published continuously since then, the Virginia Magazine of History and Biography is the quarterly journal of the Virginia Historical Society, a privately supported and endowed educational institution headquartered in Richmond, Virginia.

The journal publishes peer-reviewed articles and edited primary documents on all aspects and time periods of Virginia. Dates of Creation: 02/04/ 9/22/ Scope & Content: Letter headed Grove Hill Feb. 4th, from Emma to her sister Eliza Breckinridge with news from home to Eliza who is visiting in Richmond for the past month, tells of the roads were so bad we could not go to church for several weeks, that they have about finished making overcoats for Brother Gilmer's company, Brother Cary was made.

In addition to journal articles, she edited and annotated two books, Lucy Breckinridge of Grove Hill - The Journal of a Virginia Girl,and A Confederate Lady Comes of Age - The Journal.

Catherine Beecher in her Miss Beecher's Domestic Receipt Book suggested this game and skipping rope as alternatives to playing the piano to promote good health, and The Lucy Breckinridge recorded in her diary Aug.

12,"After supper Brother Gilmer and Miss Fannie played chess. Lucy Breckinridge of Grove Hill: The Journal of a. This scenario was played out in homes across the South to such an extent that a book was written to explain why Santa did not always visit the little Southern children during the war years.

Lucy Breckinridge of Grove Hill: The Journal of a Virginia Girl Breckinridge, Lucy. of. Wide Neighborhoods is the autobiography of Mary Breckinridge, the remarkable founder of the Frontier Nursing Service.

It is equally the story of the unique organization she founded in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky in -- the Frontier Nursing Service. Riding out on horseback, the FNS nurse-midwives, the first of their profession in this Author: Mary Breckinridge.Ann Brush Miller, 2 books Helen R.

Prillaman, 1 book Morris S. Kessler, 1 book F. B. Kegley, 1 book Allie Sloss Jones, 1 book Stephen D. Vassar, 1 book J. William Austin, 1 book Anne Lowry Worrell, 1 book Conrad Riffle, 1 book George E. Honts, 1 book Robertson, 1 book Annie Walker Burns, 1 book William Fox Conner, 1 book Dorothy A.

Boyd-Rush, 1.Margaret Johnson Erwin Dudley () was a Southern belle, planter and letter writer in the Antebellum shelfreading.icu owner of Mount Holly from toshe was one of the largest slaveholders in Mississippi. She freed her slaves inprior to the American Civil WarResidence: Mount Holly, Foote, Mississippi, U.S.