Sally G. McMillen
After moving from California to the South, Sally G. McMillen became fascinated by the region and the role of women there. She is a professor emerita of history at Davidson College in North Carolina, where she taught for nearly 30 years. A prizewinning teacher, she is also the author of Motherhood in the Old South: Pregnancy, Childbirth, and Infant Rearing (1990); the textbook Southern Women: Black and White in the Old South (1991, 2002); To Raise Up the South: Sunday Schools in Black and White Churches, 1865-1915 (2002); Seneca Falls and the Origins of the Women's Rights Movement (2008); and most recently Lucy Stone: An Unapologetic Life (2015).
- Seneca Falls, 1848, and Women's Fight for Equality
- Southern Women: Myth and Reality
- Passionate Crusader: Lucy Stone