Table of contents for Remember the distance that divides us : the family letters of Philadelphia Quaker abolitionist and Michigan pioneer Elizabeth Margaret Chandler, 1830-1842 / edited by Marcia J. Heringa Mason.

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Contents
Acknowledgments	000
Editor's Notes	000
Introduction	000
Chapter 1. Preparing to Remove, 1830	000
Chapter 2. Arrival and Adjustment, 1830	000
Chapter 3. Settling In, 1831	000
Chapter 4. A Year of Growth, 1832	000
Chapter 5. A Year of Waiting, 1833	000
Chapter 6. Major Changes, 1834	000
Chapter 7. Matters of Life and Death, 1835-1838	000
Chapter 8. Life Goes On, 1838-1842	000
Epilogue	000
Appendix 1. Directory of Names	000
Appendix 2. Poems by Elizabeth Chandler	000
Appendix 3. Poems to Elizabeth Chandler	000
Appendix 4. Elizabeth Margaret Chandler's Recipe for Honey Tea Cake	000
Appendix 5. Inventory of Minnie C. M. Fay's Household Effects, October 29, 1935	000
Notes	000
Bibliography	000
Index	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Chandler, Elizabeth Margaret, 1807-1834 -- Correspondence.
Women abolitionists -- United States -- Correspondence.
Abolitionists -- United States -- Correspondence.
Quaker women -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia -- Correspondence.
Women pioneers -- Michigan -- Correspondence.
Women social reformers -- Michigan -- Correspondence.
Frontier and pioneer life -- Michigan.
Michigan -- Social life and customs -- 19th century.
Antislavery movements -- United States -- History -- 19th century.
Women's rights -- United States -- History -- 19th century.