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Cashin's hatred for the South and the Confederacy is so intense that she cannot even pretend to be objective. She belches it forth like a roaring cannon does smoke and fire. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Anna Dormady
I enjoyed this well researched book about a very interesting subject. My complaint is not with the book or the author, but with the Kindle format. Read morePublished 3 months ago by C. Nickels
Well researched and written. Lots of contextual background, giving the reader a good feeling for the times during which events took place.Published 4 months ago by Cheryl Przygocki
This book was boring and didn't hold my attention. It was full of many names and dates till I couldn't keep track of them all.Published 5 months ago by Katharine
Varina was a real heroine to put up with that loser all her life. What a lady!Published 6 months ago by democrat
I found this to be a fascinating read. Thanks to the author, I now know so much more about what an unusual woman Varina was for her time. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Vaughn Meatte
Varnia Howell Davis (1826-1906) wife of Jefferson Davis was the only First Lady of the Confederacy. My reading project this year is to read about the United States First Ladies. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Jean
Add this author's name to the long list of those who found themselves too swayed by their own convictions to illuminate the Civil War objectively, a particularly lamentable failure... Read morePublished 11 months ago by alexander