Profiles from the Colored American Magazine
(Sarah A. Allen is a pseudonym that Hopkins sometimes used.)
“Reminiscences of the Life and Times of Lydia Maria Child,” Parts 1-3 (from Colored American Magazine, Feb. 1903, 279-284; Mar. 1903, 353-357; May/June 1903, 454-459).
Sarah A. Allen, “A New Profession: The First Colored Graduate of the Y.M.C.A. Training School, Springfield, Mass.” (from Colored American Magazine, Sept. 1903, 661-663).
Sarah A. Allen, “Mr. M Hamilton Hodges” (from Colored American Magazine, Mar. 1904, 167-169).
Additional Nonfiction Works
“Echoes from the Annual Convention of Northeastern Federation of Colored Women’s Clubs” (from Colored American Magazine, Oct. 1903, 709-713).
“The New York Subway” (from Voice of the Negro, Dec. 1904, 605, 608-612).
Note from Ira Dworkin: For additional selections of Hopkin’s nonfiction, see Daughter of the Revolution: the Major Nonfiction Works of Pauline E. Hopkins, ed. Ira Dworkin (Rutgers University Press, 2007).
In editing these online materials, I have followed the editorial process described in the Introduction to Daughter of the Revolution.
Scholarly apparatus © 2008 by Ira Dworkin.
Additional Hopkins Works Online
(these links take you away from paulinehopkinssociety.org)
Contending Forces, 1900 (Prepared as part of The Digital Schomburg)
Hagar’s Daughter: A Story of Southern Caste Prejudice(In HTML at Celebration of Women Writers)
Winona: A Tale of Negro Life in the South and Southwest (In HTML at Celebration of Women Writers)