A Girl’s Place at Dalhousie College is an essay that L.M. Montgomery published in the Halifax Herald in late April 1896 as part of that newspaper’s multi-page coverage of “The Thirty Sweet Girl Graduates of Dalhousie University.” It has been reprinted several times, most recently in A Name for Herself: Selected Writings, 1891–1917.
Montgomery, Lucy M. “A Girl’s Place at Dalhousie College.” Halifax Herald, 29 April 1896, 12.
Also in The Years Before “Anne,” by Francis W.P. Bolger, 161–68. N.p.: The Prince Edward Island Heritage Foundation, 1974.
Also in Atlantis: A Women’s Studies Journal / Journal d’études sur la femme 5 (Fall 1979): 146–53. https://journals.msvu.ca/index.php/atlantis/article/view/4719.
Also as “The Thirty Sweet Girl Graduates of Dalhousie University” in Anne of Green Gables, by L.M. Montgomery, edited by Cecily Devereux, 371–79. Peterborough: Broadview Editions, 2004.
Excerpted in Anne of Green Gables, by L.M. Montgomery, edited by Mary Henley Rubio and Elizabeth Waterston, 272–75. New York: W.W. Norton and Company, 2007. A Norton Critical Edition.
Also in A Name for Herself: Selected Writings, 1891–1917, 58–67.