The story of the woman who was First Lady during the American Civil War.
The story of a middle class Confederate farmer’s wife who took over the farm during the war.
A pro-Confederate artist depicts the hardships and struggles of Confederate women.
The war diary of Carrie Berry offers a ten year old's perspective on the siege and fall of Atlanta.
The life story of a woman who served with the 33rd U.S. Colored Infantry and struggled to find her place in the Reconstruction Era.
The life story of a woman who survived slavery and built a new life in Reconstruction.
Artifacts that illustrate the mourning rituals followed by women during and after the Civil War.
Photographs of a free Black family who lived in Atlanta through the antebellum, Civil War, and Reconstruction eras.
This collection of sources illustrates the backbreaking nature of laundry work, one of the few professional opportunities open to Black women in the Reconstruction Era.
This ad placed illustrates the efforts ex-slaves made to reunite with their families post-Emancipation.