Lindsey R. Peterson is a third year PhD student at the University of Southern Mississippi working under the supervision of Dr. Susannah J. Ural. Her dissertation examines how Union veterans and their families in the trans-Mississippi West commemorated the American Civil War. Examining the Grand Army of the Republic, Woman’s Relief Corps, Daughters of Union Veterans, and Ladies of the Grand Army of the Republic, Lindsey’s research analyzes how gendered and regional Civil War memory developed in areas that served as frontiers during the war rather than battle fronts. Lindsey is the recipient of the 2017–2018 Dale Center Graduate Fellowship, 2017–2018 Lamar Powell History Graduate Fellowship, 2017 USM Phi Alpha Theta Award, 2017 Kathanne W. Greene Graduate Paper Award, 2015 Margaret Boone Dale Fellowship, and 2015 Russell F. Weigley Graduate Student Travel Grant Award from The Society for Military History. Her article, “’Iowa Excelled Them All’: Iowa Local Ladies’ Aid Societies Relief on the Civil War Frontier, 1861–1865” appeared in the September 2016 issue of The Middle West Review.