Women of Fair Hope


Author: Paul M. Gaston

Condition: Very Good, Spine of book laminating raised a little. Also mark across fore edge.

Page Count: 143

Size & Weight: 9oz 8.5″ tall 5.5″ across 1/2 thick

Genre: Non- Fiction, Alabama Women

Language: English

Publisher and Copyright Date: Black Belt Press 1993

Edition Type: Paperback

ISBN: 1-881320-15-4

During the depression of the 1890s, a young Iowa newspaperman, indignant over the excesses of the Gilded Age, led a group of midwesterners to the eastern shore of Mobile Bay, where they established a model community based on the utopian ideals of Henry George. In Women of Fair Hope, Paul M. Gaston follows the dreams and achievements of three extraordinary women — an early feminist reformer, an educator, and a freed slave — whose individual desires to create a fairer, more equitable society led them to play important roles in the life of that community. Goodreads


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