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“She Would Not Go Anyhow”: Freedwomen in Post–Civil War Fairfax County (1865–1872)

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Courtney Ebersohl

Virginia Tech, US
About Courtney
Courtney Ebersohl, a senior from Fairfax, Virginia, graduated in the spring of 2019 with a dual degree in history and French, with a minor in art history. She intends to pursue a graduate degree in history, focusing on the intersections of race and gender during the American Civil War era. She is particularly interested in southern African American women’s experiences during Reconstruction. She hopes to be a lifelong learner, advocate, teacher, and researcher.
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Courtney Ebersohl analyzes the intersection of gender and labor in the lives of freedwomen in Reconstruction-era Fairfax County, Virginia.

How to Cite: Ebersohl, C., 2019. “She Would Not Go Anyhow”: Freedwomen in Post–Civil War Fairfax County (1865–1872). The Virginia Tech Undergraduate Historical Review, 8(1), pp.49–77.
Published on 30 Sep 2019.
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