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Julia Tutwiler--Reformer

bullet Julia Strudwick Tutwiler, 1841-1916, was the daughter of Henry and Julia Ashe Tutwiler of Greene Springs, in what is now Hale County. Henry was headmaster of the celebrated Greene Springs School, a boarding school for the children of the planter class.

bullet The Tutwilers gave Julia a most unusual education for the time. She attended the Greene Springs School, and afterwards she attended a private school in Philadelphia (late 1850's), Vassar College (1866), and the Institute of Deaconesses in Kaiserworth, Germany (1873-1874).

bullet Julia Tutwiler's career as a teacher, administrator, and educational reformer:

bullet Julia Tutwiler's career as a prison reformer: