Sara Gossett Crigler Collection - Accession 614
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Scope and Content Note
The Sara Gossett Crigler Collection consists of a microfiche copy of her book titled, Education For Girls And Women In Upper South Carolina Prior to 1890 with Related Miscellaneous Articles: A Compilation by Mrs. Henry Towles Crigler (Sara Gossett Crigler), self-published in Greenville, SC on April 15, 1956. This book also includes many anecdotes and reminiscences of Sara’ family including a section devoted to the slaves owned and later freed after the Civil War by her family. The book is dedicated by the author, Sara Gossett Crigler (1886-1966), to her mother Sallie Brown Gossett (1859-1942) and her aunt Mary Brown Mahon (1861-1948) who were both graduates of Williamston Female College in 1877 and 1879 respectively. The 170 page volume would be useful to anyone doing research on the education of women in South Carolina during the 19th century. The original copy is housed at the South Carolina Historical Society as SCHS 509 and was dedicated and signed by the author, “For the Charleston Library Society” on July 10, 1964.
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The microfiche was purchased from the South Carolina Historical Society as SCHS 509.
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "Sara Gossett Crigler Collection - Accession 614". Finding Aid 1059.