by Nancy Bostick De Sausurre
originally published in 1909
reprinted in 2014 by
The Confederate Reprint Company
paperback; 72 pages
Written in the form of a letter to her granddaughter, the author of this little book describes her plantation childhood, her marriage and parenthood, and her experiences during the War Between the States and Reconstruction. In response to what she believed were misconceptions about antebellum Southern slavery, she argues that while some slaveholders were cruel, the majority were conscientious about the well-being of their servants and looked upon them as members of the household.
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