Historic Voices: A Virginia Girl in the Civil War

Historic Voices - excerpts from period diaries and journals

Historic Voices is an audio series in which I read a brief excerpt from a period diary or journal. It’s my hope that the audios will give you a sense of how your ancestor living in the same period might have thought, felt, or experienced everyday life.

Today’s audio: An excerpt from A Virginia Girl in the Civil War, 1861-1865, by Myrta Avary. Click the play button below.

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