A grant application for a sign/pomeroy marker at The Mill at Anselma. It goes over Sara's life and her significance to the Mil and why she is an important person to discuss.
Deborah Barkun and Edward Onaci
Sara Louisa Oberholtzer, poetry, poems, book, 19th century, women, John Oberholtzer, The Mill at Anselma, thrift, school savings banks, abolition, novel, Women's Christian Temperance Union, WCTU
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