How were women involved in the North American Civil War?
Two things women involved with the civil war helped with were:
*Medical for Soldiers
There are other things women helped with during the Civil War as well.
yes they were in many diffrent ways. including taking mens job while they were at war. in D.C., 500 women clerks became government workers . they were also involved in the industrial business. other women accompanied husbands and sweethearts into battle by posing as male soldiers and some even took on dangrous spy missions. women from both north and south organizd bazaars and dairs that raised millions of dollars for the war.
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I want to reinact the civil War but I also want to be a spainerd or Indian. So that leads me to one question. Were there any famous Indians or spanierd women in the civil war era?
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Actually, no they didn't. It wasn't because there hair was short, but because women were needed in the Confederacy and Union as nurses. There were very few "known" female fighters since back then civil rights wasn't as good as present day. Women during the Civil War was mostly involved in working in factories, which eventually showed them the outside world and the amendment giving them the right to vote.
There were very few women nurses at the begining of the civil war. The time that most women became nurses was after the north and south needed all men to fight instead of being nurses. Then when the draft was created there would have been more women nurses apposed to having more male nurses because both the north and the south needed the man power to fight. Women had taken over the profession of being…
During the US Civil War, the women did what women through the ages have always done during times of war: stayed home and tended to the farms and work that their husbands had left in order to fight. the women still raised their children, oversaw the workings of the farmer household, and sometimes became involved in war efforts to help defend their own property.
Women in the north during the Civil War played a direct role in the war. While many women established safe households and tended to their children, many preferred to take a more active role by serving as nurses, sewing, cooking, mending clothes, and cooking. The women of the south had the same attitude; however, they had fewer resources and used the assistance of slaves to do the same duties as their northern counterparts.
In both the American Revolutionary War and the US Civil War, women were legally barred from participating. However, some women did want to fight as soldiers. The government only permitted women to be nurses. Otherwise, women were in a uniquely pained position. They had to resign themselves to their husbands and sons going off to war. In addition, sorrows mounted because families were often split up, with father and sons fighting each other and brother…