Jennie Carter was an articulate social critic who wrote from her home in Nevada City during the mid-1860s through the 1870s.
Excerpts from Jennie Carter’s essays are dramatized in following historical video short.
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Media Museum of Northern California – Philip Alexander Bell, The Elevator (San Francisco) Editor
National Geographic TV – America Inside Out with Katie Couric – season one – Confederate statue removal
The New Republic – California’s Forgotten Confederate History
Wikipedia – Jennie Carter
“Let our greatest efforts be made to educate our children, instead of accumulating treasures
for them to squander, after we have passed away.” Semper Fidelis, 1868