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Sarah Jane Foster — Reilly '67

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Edited by Wayne Reilly, Class of 1967

Sarah Jane Foster of Gray, Maine, was one of the hundreds of northerners who headed South to teach former slaves after the Civil War. In addition to seven months of her 1866 diary, this volume includes 23 letters she wrote while in West Virginia and South Carolina to a Portland, Maine, newspaper between 1865 and 1868, as well as some samples of her published fiction and poetry.

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