Archives of Maryland
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Euphemia Mary Goldsborough Willson (1836-1896)
MSA SC 3520-13597



Stegman, Carolyn. Women of Achievement in Maryland History. Forestville, MD: Women of Achievement in Maryland History Incorporated, 2002. pg. 192-193.

Conklin, E.F. Exile to Sweet Dixie: The Story of Euphemia Goldsborough, Confederate Nurse and Smuggler. Gettysburg: Thomas Publications, 1998.

Bordley, James. The Hollyday and related families of the Eastern Shore of Maryland. Baltimore: Maryland Historical Society, 1962.

Other Sources-

Wortz, Stephanie. Gettysburg National Military Park. Letter and biographical essay on Euphemia Mary Goldsborough Willson sent to the Maryland Women’s Hall of Fame. 1994.

Martyr, Hugh. “Cornelia Hancock and Euphemia Goldsborough at Gettysburg.” The American Civil War Society Newsletter. February 2001.

“Euphemia Mary Goldsborough Willson.” Maryland Commission for Women. Maryland Women’s Hall of Fame. 1995.


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