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Abstract This nineteenth century diary offers a unique look at the civil war from a female perspective. It is an unbound volume that is separated into two parts, each of which appears to be hand sewn together. Both parts are handwritten in pencil and ink by Mary Hogue. The first part of the diary dates from May 18, 1862 to August 31, 1862 and is 60 pages long, though the pages are not numbered. The second part dates from December 19, 1862 to March 14, 1863 and is 16 pages long, and also has...