A Northern Woman in the Plantation South by Tryphena Blanche Holder Fox
Letters of Tryphena Blanche Holder Fox 1856-1876 (Women's Diaries and Letters of the South)

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Wilma King is Associate Professor of History at Michigan State University and the author of two forthcoming books, "Africa's Progeny-America's Slaves: Children and Youth in Bondage in the Nineteenth-Century South" and "From Uncle Tom's Cabin to the Onset of the Civil War (1851-1861)". Linda Reed is an Associate Professor of History at the University of Houston, where she is also director of the African-American Studies Program. She is currently working on a biography of Fa
Published May 1, 1993 by Univ of South Carolina Pr. 300 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, History, War. Non-fiction

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Isolated shortly before the Civil War by her marriage to a far from affluent doctor who treated planters and slaves in a tiny Louisiana river parish, Massachusetts-born Tryphena Fox responded to these circumstances by corresponding with her relatives.

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