The conclusion reasserts that gender, race, and class informed women’s experiences of the Civil War. Women’s struggles and victories in the fights they waged, as they came into contact with each other across borders previously restricted by law and custom on the basis of class and race, inspired some to tear down these boundaries and others to strengthen them.
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