Essay heading: Mary Chestnut's Civil War

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At Mulberry, however, Colonel James Chesnut and his wife, Mary Cox Chesnut, had been in charge of the estate for twenty-two years before his son James arrived with his new wife, Mary. Every detail of the daily management of the house already had been laid out. Consequently, the new Mrs. Chesnut found herself with little to do...
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Consequently, the new Mrs. Chesnut found herself with little to do. She even had her own personal maid who answered to her smallest needs. Chesnut described her role at Mulberry: "My dear old maid is as good as gold ... [in the morning] she brings water and builds a fire ... says sternly "Aint you gwine to git up and fust bell for breakwus done ring...
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