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efhmc Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Nov-10-11 01:20 PM
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23. According to my own family history, there were many split
families with men fighting on both sides. My mother as a child would get into trouble at one set of grandparents' house for whistling Dixie and that was probably 50 or more years after the war. Of course, her southern grandmother just gave her a lecture about whistling not being ladylike. "A whistling girl and a cackling hen will often come to no good end."
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