By John Q. Anderson, Drew Gilpin Faust
This magazine documents the Civil conflict studies of a delicate, well-educated, younger southern lady. Kate Stone was once twenty while the battle all started, residing along with her widowed mom, 5 brothers, and more youthful sister at Brokenburn, their plantation domestic in northeastern Louisiana. whilst furnish moved opposed to Vicksburg, the relations fled prior to the invading armies, ultimately stumbled on safe haven in Texas, and at last lower back to a devastated home.
Kate started her magazine in might, 1861, and made general entries as much as November, 1865. She integrated briefer sketches in 1867 and 1868. In chronicling her daily actions, Kate printed a lot a few lifestyle that's not more: books learn, plantation administration and vegetation, conserving slaves within the antebellum interval, the angle and behavior of slaves through the conflict, the destiny of refugees, and civilian morale.
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Extra resources for Brokenburn: The Journal of Kate Stone, 1861-1868
But hers was an exceptional passage into adulthood, for it was shaped in every imaginable way by the trials of war. Stone thus offers her readers a female version of the classic war story of personal challenge, courage, and resultant growth. The trajectory she follows in her tale, her ultimate arrival at new insight and new appreciation of the sources of happiness, gives the diary a structure that raises at least some questions about the history of the text itself. Anderson derived his edition from two large ledger books into which Stone had copied the original diary in 1900.
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Sewing machines were just coming in and were easily put out of order, and so few Negro seamstresses could use them. They were good only for the mistress of the house and she was usually too busy to bother with them. Aunt Lucy in her spare time was expected to help the seamstress, and my maid, Frank, " Francesca Carrorra " to give her full name, was also learning to sew. But as Frank was said by all the Negroes to be the " most wofless girl " on the place, she was not making much progress. She certainly was lazy.