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As opposed to the women of the south, who were seen as making more sacrifices to keep the union than northern counterparts. The involved led to the perception that the southern women showed more loyalty. Women immersed themselves in nursing the wounded and sick soldiers, both in the local hospitals and on the battlefield as well.
But following the letter from the soldiers, which had the following words "from the front describing their experiences and voicing their concerns about fighting the war to preserve the Union. As women read these letters, they began to look beyond the fight to subdue the rebellious states and instead began the process of identifying with the cause of preserving the Union."
The northern women participated more in service delivery towards keeping the union. The did nursing to wounded soldiers, made food supplies and voiced their stand and views about the union despite been neglected and not receiving government attention.
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