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Brandy Station, Va. Officers and a lady at headquarters of 1st Brigade, Horse Artillery, 1864.
Officers and a woman at the Virginia headquarters of the First Brigade in Brandy Station, Virginia, 1864

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Sherman Captured Fayetteville
March 11, 1865

In Fayetteville, North Carolina, and many other places, North and South, women worked to manufacture arms, ammunition, uniforms, and other supplies for the soldiers. Prior to its destruction, women in the Fayetteville arsenal made some 900,000 rounds of small arms munitions in 1864. People were grateful for the contributions of women in the war, and newspapers reported their accomplishments. Many other services and supplies were also needed for the war effort.
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