An in-depth biography on Sara's life that discuss her early, life, her time at the Mill, her work after she left the Mill, and more. Also discusses some of the Mill's history as well. Internal document provided by The Mill at Anselma.
Dr. Deborah Barkun and Dr. Edward Onaci
Sara Louisa Oberholtzer, poetry, poems, book, 19th century, women, John Oberholtzer, Elias Oberholtzer, The Mill at Anselma, Pickering Valley Railroad, Vickers, John Vickers, thrift, school savings bank, abolition, novel, Women's Christian Temperance Union, WCTU, Ellis Oberholtzer, Vickers Oberholtzer, John H. Thiry
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