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Lives to remember.

By: Stein, Leon, 1912- [compiler.].
Material type: TextTextSeries: Women in America: Publisher: New York, Arno Press, 1974Description: 1 volume (various pagings) illustrations 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0405061099; 9780405061097.Subject(s): Women -- United States -- BiographyDDC classification: 301.41/2/0973 | B
Contents:
Gundy, H.P. Molly Brant--loyalist.--Oldham, E.M. Early women printers of America.--Small, E.W. and M.R. Prudence Crandall: champion of Negro education.--Shippee, L.B. Jane Grey Swisshelm: agitator.--Van Rensselaer, G. The original of Rebecca in Ivanhoe.--Mabbott, T.O. "Maria del Occidente."--Fleischer, N. Reckless lady: the life story of Adah Isaacs Menken.--Fatout, P. Amelia Bloomer and bloomerism.--Green, N.K. Four sisters: daughters of Joseph La Flesche.--Hogan, W.R. Pamelia Mann: Texas frontierswoman.--Haddock, E. Women as land-owners in the West.--Diggs, A.L. The women in the alliance movement.--McKelway, A.J. "Kate," the "good angel" of Oklahoma.--Altman, A.R. Julia Richman.--Cantwell, R. "The awakening," by Kate Chopin.--Wolcott, R.W.A woman in steel--Rebecca Lukens.--Dwyer, J.L. Lady with the hatchet.--De Ford, M.A. Poetess of passion.--Gold, L. Laura Jean Libbey.--Steele, Z. Fannie Farmer and her cook book.
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Gundy, H.P. Molly Brant--loyalist.--Oldham, E.M. Early women printers of America.--Small, E.W. and M.R. Prudence Crandall: champion of Negro education.--Shippee, L.B. Jane Grey Swisshelm: agitator.--Van Rensselaer, G. The original of Rebecca in Ivanhoe.--Mabbott, T.O. "Maria del Occidente."--Fleischer, N. Reckless lady: the life story of Adah Isaacs Menken.--Fatout, P. Amelia Bloomer and bloomerism.--Green, N.K. Four sisters: daughters of Joseph La Flesche.--Hogan, W.R. Pamelia Mann: Texas frontierswoman.--Haddock, E. Women as land-owners in the West.--Diggs, A.L. The women in the alliance movement.--McKelway, A.J. "Kate," the "good angel" of Oklahoma.--Altman, A.R. Julia Richman.--Cantwell, R. "The awakening," by Kate Chopin.--Wolcott, R.W.A woman in steel--Rebecca Lukens.--Dwyer, J.L. Lady with the hatchet.--De Ford, M.A. Poetess of passion.--Gold, L. Laura Jean Libbey.--Steele, Z. Fannie Farmer and her cook book.

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