Orig. pub. New York 1864. Reprinted 1976, 1988 from 1882 ed. 196 pp. Item #66
This journal of a Southern lady who was in Vicksburg during the siege of 1863 contains personal reminiscences of the horrors of war, bombardment, underground existence, casualties, fears and anxieties, deprivations, and the eventual surrender of the city to enemy troops.