Hallie Marshall: A True Daughter of the South

TitleHallie Marshall: A True Daughter of the South
Year for Search1900
AuthorsWilliams, Frank Purdy (b. 1848)
Date Published[1900]
PublisherAbbey Press
Place PublishedNew York
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

A reformed South presented as a eutopia that still has a form of slavery with overseers chosen by the slaves and families not split up. Schools set in parks that serve as playgrounds. Women are truly “feminine” and do not work outside the home. The North is compared unfavorably with the South.

Holding Institutions

W3,5986

Author Note

(b. 1848)

Full Text

[1900] Williams, Frank Purdy (b. 1848). Hallie Marshall: A True Daughter of the South. New York: Abbey Press. W3,5986

A reformed South presented as a eutopia that still has a form of slavery with overseers chosen by the slaves and families not split up. Schools set in parks that serve as playgrounds. Women are truly “feminine” and do not work outside the home. The North is compared unfavorably with the South.