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From a New England woman"s diary in Dixie in 1865

Ames, Mary

From a New England woman"s diary in Dixie in 1865

by Ames, Mary

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Published by The Plimpton Press in Springfield, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • African Americans -- South Carolina.,
  • South Carolina -- Social life and customs.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesLibrary of American civilization -- LAC 16669.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationvi, 125 p.
    Number of Pages125
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17546855M

      American women’s diaries [microform] RECAP Microfilm 55 reels Printed guide: Firestone Microforms CTA Part 1 reproduces 8 women's diaries from New England, from the collections of the American Antiquarian Society. Part 2 includes 32 diaries by Southern women. The material covers the late 18th c. through the early 20th : Steven Knowlton. Among the online historical diaries available include the handwritten journal of the only member of the Lewis and Clark expedition to die en route, Sgt. Charles Floyd; the Diary of Presbyterian missionary Cutting Marsh (); and the diary of Emily Quiner, who went South in June to work in a Civil War hospital for wounded soldiers.

      Our Women's History Month celebration continues with this tribute to Mary Boykin Chesnut. Mary Boykin Chesnut is perhaps the best known female diarist of the Civil War. Born in in Statesboro, South Carolina to Mary Boykin and Stephen Decatur Miller, a former U.S. Congressman, Senator, and Governor, Mary was educated at a French boarding. Product Title From A New England Woman's Diary In Dixie In (1 Average rating: 0 out of 5 stars, based on 0 reviews Current Price $ $ 52 Sold & shipped by  Palatial Products.

      “The Late Convention of Colored Men,” New York Times, () “To the Freed People of Orangeburg,” Charles Soule, Union General, () “Letter to President Johnson from Freedmen on Edisto Island, SC” () from Mary Ames, From a New England Woman’s Diary in Dixie, “An Unreconstructed Southerner,” Howell Cobb (). –Reconstruction Readings Eric Foner “What Is Freedom” Mary Ames “From a New England Woman’s Diary in Dixie in Howell Cobb “An Unreconstructed Southerner” African American’s after slavery was abolished view freedom as: Land Ownership-Freedmen of Edisto Island Employment Education Howell Cobb had an opposing view of freedom: Believed that the government .


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