"'Til I Come Marching Home: A Brief History of American Women in World War II"
"The Tennessee River Campaign"
"Springing to the Call: A Documentary View of Women in the American Civil War"
"Women's War Work" (1916)
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"'Til I Come Marching Home: A Brief History of American Women in World War II": a summary article based on the 1995 Minerva Press book of same title with new material. The only joint-service, military history of women in WWII that does include the homefront.
"The Tennessee River Campaign": Chapter VII, taken from _Great Necessities: The Life, Times, and Writings of Anna Ella Carroll, 1815-1894_, on Lincoln's political/legal advisor who, as a secret military agent, submitted a plan to the Lincoln administration that advocated changing the 1861 planned US Mississippi River expedition to the Tennessee and Cumberland Rivers. Chapter features ground breaking information on this military campaign that resulted in the victories at Forts Henry and Donelson, particularly relating to Lincon's and Stanton's roles. Foreword by James S. Wheeler, USMA (ret.)
"Springing to the Call: A Documentary View of Women in the American Civil War": a documentary history of women in the Civil War containing nurse and other memoir excerpts, reprinted government documents, biographies, and media articles, photographs.
"Women's War Work": The complete text of the book edited by Lady Randolph Churchill (Jennie Jerome), originally published in 1916, with introduction by C. Kay Larson. Contains chapters on women's work in Britain, the Allied and Commonwealth nations, Russia, and Germany during World War I.
C. Kay Larson, independent scholar/author
NY Military Affairs Symposium, Board Member
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