Women Soldiers in the Civil War
The American Civil War represents the first time that a staggering number of women, from both the North and the South, disguised themselves as men to fight for their country. Speaker Lisa Potocar will unveil these women and their makeup and motivations for pioneering their way into this role. Potocar’s historical novel about female Civil War soldiers, Sweet Glory, won First Place in the Young Adult category of the 2009 Maryland Writers’ Association’s and SouthWest Writers’ Novel Contests.
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