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Mrs. Kady Brownell.

Paul Leiding

Mrs. Kady Brownell.

by Paul Leiding

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Published by [s.n.] in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. -- Congress -- Private bills,
  • Bills, Private -- United States,
  • United States -- Claims

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesBrownell, Kady, Invalid pensions
    SeriesH.rp.1876
    ContributionsUnited States. Congress. House. Committee on Invalid Pensions
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    Pagination1 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15972765M

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    To link to the entire object, paste this link in email, IM or document To embed the entire object, paste this HTML in website To link to this page, paste this link in email, IM or document To embed this page, paste this HTML in website. Women in the Ranks: Concealed Identities in Civil War Era North Carolina. T he Aug issue of the Weekly Enquirer of Columbus, Georgia printed the following under a column titled "The Female Volunteer". In calling the roll of a regiment of conscripts who had just entered the camp of instruction at Raleigh, N.C., last week, one more "man" was present than called for by the list.

    About the Book. When the Civil War erupted, women answered the call for help. They left their traditional roles and served in many capacities, some even disguising themselves as men to enlist in the army. Kady Brownell: Daughter of the Regiment and Nurse Anna Blair Etheridge: Daughter of the Regiment Marie Tepe.   Among the women known to have served as Daughter of the Regiment are: Kady Brownell of the 1st and 5th Rhode Island, Lucy Ann Cox of the 13th Virginia, Bridget Divers of the 1st Michigan, Annie Etheridge of the 3rd and 5th Michigan, Hannah Ewbank of the 7th Wisconsin, Jane Claudie Johnson of the 1st Maryland, Lizzie Clawson Jones of the 6th Massachusetts, Belle Reynolds Author: Stephanie Grace Whitson.


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Kady Brownell’s story was the stuff of legend even during her lifetime, and she helped to perpetuate her fame through her tableaux at GAR entertainments and public appearances. Despite this, she died impoverished in a New York relief hospital on Janu Mrs Kady Brownell.

The Heroin of Newbern Kady used to light his pipe for him at the hospital fire, and go and give it to him. In April Robert could bear removal, and was made as comfortable as possible on a cot on the steamship Arriving in New York, he lay a long time at the New England Rooms, and his faithful wife, as tender as she is.

A tent was quickly furnished for privacy as Mrs. Southwell went into labor and gave birth to a baby girl. Colonel Southwell's good friend, Sir James Kady, was also accompanied by his pregnant wife in Caffraria.

The two friends agreed that they would name the new babies after each other. Thus, Kady became K-A-D-Y after her father's comrade's Author: Sara Bartlett. Book, cloth with stamped gold title and decoration on cover and spine; frontispiece Added t.-p.

engraved with portrait Mrs. Fanny Ricketts -- Mrs. Mary A. Brady -- Kady Brownell -- Mrs. P.B. Hurd -- Margaret E. Breckinridge -- Mrs. Elida Rumsey Fowle -- Bridget Divers -- Mrs. Isabella Fogg -- What we did at Gettysburg -- Mrs. Mrs. Kady Brownell. book Mary W.

Lee -- Miss Major Pauline Cushman -- Mrs. John Harris Pages: Illustrated with stunning engraved portraits of Kady Brownell (in Army Costume), Belle Reynolds, Mrs. Mary Morris Husband, Mrs.

Hoge, Mrs. Byckerdyke, Miss Georgina Willets, and two other plates depicting general scenes and women in the Civil is in good condition for years old.

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KADY BROWNELL THE HEROINE OF NEWBERN — Accustomed to arms and soldiers from infancy, she learned to love the camp; and it was not strange, years later, when she had come to America and married a young mechanic in Providence, that the recollections of the camp fire in front of her father’s tent, as well as the devotion of a newly-married.

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