Woman and the war

By Leighton Jones

Woman and the war

Woman had to take new responsibilities in the north and the south. They became teachers, offices workers, salesclerks, and government workers. They also took over men's jobs like factory worker and managing the farm.

Mary Chestnut

Of South Carolina Wrote: "Does anyone wonder why so many woman die? Grief and constant anxiety kill nearly as many woman as men are killed in battle."

She also got her diary published.

Woman in the war

The woman helped in the war by rolling bandages, wove blankets, and made ammunition. They also collected food, clothes, medicine, and money for the soldiers.