Kimberly Harrison is the Museum of the Confederacy’s Founder’s Award Winner

Harrison_cover A Maryland Bride in the Deep South by Kimberly Harrison has won the Founder’s Award of the Museum of the Confederacy. Harrison’s work was chosen because it is "skillfully edited with detailed maps, a “who’s who” of characters and places, and an introduction that provides a window onto the private lives of mid-19th-century Southern women. [It is] an important contribution to both women’s studies and the history of the Confederate homefront."