Crankadom

TitleCrankadom
Year for Search1895
AuthorsDaws, Maud
Pagination149 pp.
Date Published1895
PublisherJacob North & Co., Printers
Place PublishedLincoln, NB
KeywordsFemale author, US author
Annotation

The novel describes a community established by self-described cranks, who create a eutopia in a fertile, isolated valley. The people re practicing Christians with no conflicts between Protestants and Catholics. Recruited the best “crank” teachers from around the U.S. and create an excellent educational system with a school in each district that boarded students. 

Holding Institutions

W3,1448

Author Note

Female author

Full Text

1895 Daws, Maud. Crankadom. Lincoln, NB: Jacob North & Co., Printers. 149 pp. W3,1448

The novel describes a community established by self-described cranks, who create a eutopia in a fertile, isolated valley. The people re practicing Christians with no conflicts between Protestants and Catholics. Recruited the best “crank” teachers from around the U.S. and create an excellent educational system with a school in each district that boarded students. Female author.