A Diary from Dixie

by Mary Boykin Chesnut
Category: "U.S. History - Cultural"
Year of Publication:1982
Date Read:01/30/1997
Notes:Pulitzer Prize Winner for History. Chesnut lived in Richmond during the Civil War. Her husband was on Jefferson Davis' staff. She hobnobbed with society, gossipped and met most of the famous Confederate soldiers and politicians.
My Rating: 6

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The best part is the last part, when Chesnut was fleeing Sherman and watching the Confederacy dissolve and the Blacks leave.
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