Sarah Morgan had an ear for language and an eye for detail. Since its first publication in 1913, her diary has been considered one of the best Confederate memoirs available. Though passionate about Southern independence, Sarah could not bring herself to hate the Yankees she met. Witty, articulate, beautiful, and self-effacing, Sarah was no fire-breathing Rebel. She had a wisdom and introspection beyond her years. You’ll read this lovely diary more than once.
Included are details about her life and family after the war.