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This woman who had great
knowledge achieved [?] general literary
and poetical with a high degree
of perfection. Nevertheless by
the multitude she was called slightingly
an "emancipated woman" because
on the battlefields she had
sacrificed her adornment of
heavy black hair, also a
"woman's rights woman" because
she fought for the uplifting
of her sex. She was in her
inner life a loving self-
sacrificing woman giving
all she possessed for the
man of her choice--her
faith, tenderness to her
children, compassion to the
oppressed and hatred to the
oppressors, always to the
poor and suffering her generous
sympathy and help.

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note that campaign was struck and changed to battlefields