Jennie Carter, a Black journalist of the early West [electronic resource].

Gardner, Eric.
Jackson : University Press of Mississippi, 2007.
Black women writers.
Margaret Walker Alexander Series in African American Studies
1 online resource (188 p.).
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In June 1867, the San Francisco Elevator -one of the nation\'s premier black weekly newspapers during Reconstruction-began publishing articles by a Californian calling herself \"Ann J. Trask\" and later \& quot;Semper Fidelis.\" Her name was Jennie Carter (1830-1881), and the Elevator would print her essays, columns, and poems for seven years. Carter probably spent her early life in New Orleans, New York, and Wisconsin, but by the time she wrote her \"Always Faithful\& quot; columns for the newspaper, she was in Nevada County, California.
Contents; Always Faithful: An Introduction to the Work and Life of Jennie Carter; Contributions to the Elevator; Appendix A: Contributions to the Christian Recorder; Appendix B: Issues of the Elevator Consulted; Works Cited; Index; A; B; C; D; E; F; G; H; I; J; K; L; M; N; O; P; Q; R; S; T; U; V; W; Y.
Electronic reproduction. Alexandria, VA : Alexander Street Press, 2010. (Black women writers). Available via World Wide Web.
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