By Susan Cummins Miller
During this e-book are bits and items of desires, lives, reports, and vistas, like squares reduce from outdated fabric and assembled right into a loopy duvet of writing types and kinds. The patchwork layout mirrors either the complexity of the chroniclers and the stark traces and angles of the yankee frontier. —Susan Cummins Miller, from the creation during this anthology of thirty-four writers who released throughout the payment years of the yankee frontier, Miller assembles nonfiction, fiction, poetry, and coffee writings from girls of Anglo, chinese language, Hispanic, and local American ethnicity. Variously addressing such issues as isolation, drudgery, friendship, mourning, or even mysticism, those writers supply up a special frontier, one who specializes in women’s studies up to men’s. in short biographical and historic introductions to every author, Miller stocks insights and context as attractive because the choices themselves.
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She spoke in deep tones, which, though not loud, reached every ear in the house, and away through the throng at the doors and windows. But what's all dis here talkin' 'bout? And a'n't I a woman? The cheering was long and loud. " Oh, what a rebuke that was to that little man. First, as being a place of mounds, covertways, dykes, ditches, squares, and embankments, or, as familiarly called, "ancient works and fortifications," supposed to have been made by a people far more cultivated than the Indians who roamed the forest, when the oldest civilized inhabitant first pitched his tent in the beautiful valley.
Prince soon made his way out of the boghole and pranced off, far up the green swelling hill which lay before us—out of sight in an instant—and there we sat in the marsh. You must mount your remaining horse, if you have one, and ride on till you find a farmer and one, two, or three pairs of oxen—and all this accomplished, you may generally hope for a release in time. I never knew children who did not, when there was no water to be had. The basket which had contained, when we left the city, a store of cakes and oranges, which the children thought inexhaustible, held now nothing but the napkins, which had enveloped those departed joys, and those napkins, suspended cornerwise, and soaken long and often in the crystal water, served for business and pleasure, till papa came back.
Methodist, Baptist, Episcopal, Presbyterian, and Universalist ministers came in to hear and discuss the resolutions presented. I rose and announced "Sojourner Truth," and begged the audience to keep silence for a few moments. She spoke in deep tones, which, though not loud, reached every ear in the house, and away through the throng at the doors and windows. But what's all dis here talkin' 'bout? And a'n't I a woman? The cheering was long and loud. " Oh, what a rebuke that was to that little man.
A Sweet, Separate Intimacy: Women Writers of the American Frontier, 1800-1922 by Susan Cummins Miller