I wish I had the resources to do more with womens colleges in University, Court, and Slave. I talk some about proslavery thought at womens colleges (and academies) -- through a moral philosophy treatise written by the president of the Tuscaloosa Female Seminary, a proslavery tract written by the head of a female seminary in Greensboro, Alabama, and the short stories written by a teacher in several female seminaries. University, Court, and Slave relies heavily upon literary and graduation addresses and I use a few given at female institutes, though they're often more on topics like the utility of beauty than on more immediately political topics. It won't be in this book, but I hope to deal more down the road with ideas and also demography of southern female institutes.
This is a long way around to saying that I have a trivia question related to a female institute from the pre-War era. Where is it? This is a wind-up to a real doozie of a trivia question (or maybe it'll be a series of questions).