WOMAN IN AMERICA: HER WORK AND HER REWARD.
McINTOSH, MARIA J. [1803-1878]
An author of many novels and children's books. She was the "successful purveyor of the melodramatic, flowery, and sentimentally religious fiction popular in the Victorian era." "She criticized the embryonic woman's rights movement ... [they should be] a model of virtuous womanhood". Marian Hornberger in NOTABLE AMERICAN WOMEN 1607-1950. Vol. 2 pp. 468-69.
Book Size, Pages, Condition Description
12mo., 155 pp. + ads., Rubbed and chipped cover, foxing.
D. Appleton & Company
New York, NY