Notebook, 1863-1864, of "Prudie" [Prudence] Saunders of "Rocky Hill," near Courtland, Alabama, a student at Tuskaloosa [sic] Female College, Tuscaloosa, Alabama. The book which contains French exercises, also includes a diary, 1-23 April 1864, verses, and a list, 1 May 1864, of students at the college.
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50 p. : bound volume ; 20 cm.
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