The War-Time Journal of a Georgia Girl Author:Eliza Frances Andrews The Civil War is drawing to a close in Georgia. Sherman has left devastation in his wake, and Union prisoners awe dying at Andersonville. An entire society is dissolving. — Amidst this turmoil, a young girl of twenty-four is traveling with her sister through Georgia. In this absorbing and significant work, Fanny Andrews paints an enduring picture... more » of the hardships and travail of the home front during the war.
We see the Civil War in Georgia through the eyes of a young girl who watched her beloved Confederacy collapse in 1865, and through the eyes of the same woman, now the "gray-haired editor," who looked back in sober reflection at the reckless rebel girl of half a century before.« less