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by Suzanne L. Bunkers

  • ISBN: 0877454213
  • Category: History
  • Author: Suzanne L. Bunkers
  • Subcategory: Americas
  • Other formats: lit lrf azw lrf
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Univ of Iowa Pr; First Edition edition (December 1, 1993)
  • Pages: 325 pages
  • FB2 size: 1631 kb
  • EPUB size: 1896 kb
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 881
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Sarah Gillespie Huftalen led an unconventional life for a rural midwestern woman of her time

Sarah Gillespie Huftalen led an unconventional life for a rural midwestern woman of her time. Born in 1865 near Manchester, Iowa, she was a farm girl who became a highly regarded country school and college teacher; she married a man older than either of her parents, received a college degree later in life, and was committed to both family and career. A gifted writer, she Sarah Gillespie Huftalen led an unconventional life for a rural midwestern woman of her time

Sarah Gillespie Huftalen led an unconventional life for a rural midwestern woman of her time. The book is a fascinating diary of a middle 19th/ early 20th century woman.

Sarah Gillespie Huftalen led an unconventional life for a rural midwestern woman of her time. Born in 1865 near Manchester.

Sarah Gillespie made this entry in her diary on January 1, 1877, when she was eleven.

Published by: University of Iowa Press. Sarah Gillespie made this entry in her diary on January 1, 1877, when she was eleven. It would set the tone for many more diary entries during the next seventy-five years. As a girl, Sarah lived on the Gillespie family’s farm near Manchester, Iowa, fifty miles west of Dubuque.

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Sarah Gillespie is known for her diary, which spans 1873 to 1952.

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Sarah Gillespie Huftalen led an unconventional life for a rural midwestern woman of her time. Born in 1865 near Manchester, Iowa, she was a farm girl who became a highly regarded country school and college teacher; she married a man older than either of her parents, received a college degree later in life, and was committed to both family and career. A gifted writer, she crafted essays, teacher-training guides, and poetry while continuing to write lengthy, introspective entries in her diary, which spans the years from 1873 to 1952. In addition, she gathered extensive information about the quietly tragic life of her mother, Emily, and worked to preserve Emily's own detailed diary.In more than 3,500 pages, Sarah writes about her multiple roles as daughter, sister, wife, teacher, family historian, and public figure. Her diary reflects the process by which she was socialized into these roles and her growing consciousness of the ways in which these roles intersected. Not only does her diary embody the diverse strategies used by one woman to chart her life's course and to preserve her life's story for future generations, it also offers ample evidence of the diary as a primary form of private autobiography for individuals whose lives do not lend themselves to traditional definitions of autobiography.Taken together, Emily's and Sarah's extraordinary diaries span nearly a century and thus form a unique mother/daughter chronicle of daily work and thoughts, interactions with neighbors and friends and colleagues, and the destructive family dynamics that dominated the Gillespies. Sarah's consciousness of the abusive relationship between her mother and father haunts her diary, and this dramatic relationship is duplicated in Sarah's relationship with her brother, Henry. Suzanne Bunkers' skillful editing and analysis of Sarah's diary reveal the legacy of a caring, loving mother reflected in her daughter's work as family member, teacher, and citizen.The rich entries in Sarah Gillespie Huftalen's diary offer us brilliant insights into the importance of female kinship networks in American life, the valued status of many women as family chronicles, and the fine art of selecting, piecing, stitching, and quilting that characterizes the many shapes of women's autobiographies. Read Sarah's diary to discover why "all will yet be well."
Reviews about All Will Yet Be Well: The Diary of Sarah Gillespie Huftalen, 1873-1952 (A Bur Oak Original) (2):
Drelahuginn
Don't make the mistake of ordering this book thinking you are getting accurate history. What you get is a very blunt and obvious bludgeon to family values.

This book is a classic example of a book directed, bought and paid for and written under the direction of the New World Order elite. It has a very clear agenda of destroying the traditional family starting with the husband and finishing with the entire family unit.

Be sure to read the introduction and all the beginning information and it will become crystal clear that this is a book written with a very clear agenda of disinformation.
Quemal
Its goons and Neanderthals like the first reviewer who make this country an intolerant mess. The book is a fascinating diary of a middle 19th/ early 20th century woman. Her struggle for the women's vote destroys family values? Break out the tinfoil hat crazy fist reviewer!

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