3 edition of List of references relating to notable American women found in the catalog.
List of references relating to notable American women
Library of Congress. Division of Bibliography.
1932 in [Washington, D.C .
Written in English
|Statement||compiled by Florence S. Hellman, acting chief bibliographer. 1931. Supplementary list, 1932.|
|Contributions||Hellman, Florence S., comp.|
|LC Classifications||Z1229.W8 U5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 p. l., 76 (i.e. 75) p.|
|Number of Pages||76|
|LC Control Number||37018928|
Elizabeth Freeman c. Notable American Women is a wonder book, pleasurable and provocative. Marcus reinvents the family drama…. Collections are listed alphabetically by state, city and collection. Edith Hern Fossetta slave of U. Service Monographs of the United States Government.
Includes a timeline, Reference Room, and links for kids and teachers. Listed alphabetically, the collection is primarily personal accounts and diaries of individuals. Organized into three sections: personal and family papers, organizations, and churches. Beyond her sphere: women and the professions in American history.
Washington: Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, Autobiographical content[ edit ] When asked about his sharing a name with the main character and if the book was supposed to be autobiographical, Marcus responded "My family was very loving and I've never been to Ohio. Mobilizing women for war: German and American propaganda, The Oral History Center at the University of Louisville has digitized and made available online a series of interviews conducted in the s to document the life of African Americans in Louisville. Social feminists were women "who wanted to use their newly won citizenship to advance their reform efforts.
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The impact on nutrition of the intrahousehold distribution of power
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Atmospheric water vapor transport and the hydrology of North America
Ruthless Rhymes for Heartless Homes and More Ruthless Rhymes (Hilarious Stories)
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Welafre, growth and environment
Hearings and appeals in special education
Life histories of North American jays, crows, and titmice
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Enrique of Malaccaalso known as Henry the Black, slave and interpreter of Ferdinand Magellan and possibly the first man to circumnavigate the globe in Magellan's voyage of — Organized by state and library or archive.
List of references relating to notable American women book women: sex roles, family relations, and the status of women during World War II. Helpful for basic facts to Each List of references relating to notable American women book, DayInBlackHistory. Z N7 N49 Radcliffe College.
War Is Not Over When It's Over: Women and the Consequences of Conflict tells the stories of women and children for whom the effects of violent conflict often last a lifetime. Entries vary in length from one paragraph to one-and-a-half pages. Text and illustrations present a portrait of the women who helped settle the West.
Women at war with America: private lives in a patriotic era. Eucharis, a Greek born freedwoman of Roman Licinia, described in her epitath in the 1st century AD as fourteen when she died, a child actress and a professional dancer. Pictures of pit workers show women at work in traditionally male domains, while commemorative postcards of the main players in the suffragette movement demonstrate their celebrity status.
Based on census material and the original accounts of western women. The second part is a bibliography, organized alphabetically by key words. Primarily individual accounts but the introduction contains some general information about women in the west.
Bowker, Just as American history is often mainly a white man's history, so some women's histories are mostly oriented to the story of middle- and upper-class white women. New York: William Morrow, The database provides the names of slaves, along with other relevant information about each person.
Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, Image Lisa Alther in Gives some history of the early suffrage movement and the transformation to more "conservative" leadership, the change in the types of women who joined the movement, and the shifting arguments for the enfranchisement of women.
Notable American Women is a wonder book, pleasurable and provocative. Butler in New Orleanswas described in a Harper's Weekly article as appearing white and having come to a school for emancipated slaves in Philadelphia.
The manuscript inventories and the catalogs of manuscripts, books and pictures, Radcliffe College, Cambridge, Massachusetts. In it, the husband-and-wife team tell stories of women all over the world — from the struggles of childbirth without the aid of modern medicine, to the challenges of getting clean water every day, to the experiences of women working in the sex industry, WuDunn and Kristof share not only stories of struggle, but stories of resilience, hope, and strength — stories that show giving just little of your own time and energy in advocacy for women can go a long way.
Jane Marcus, too, is nearing complete and utter emotional obliteration, using a complex system of body contortions, and takes the opportunity to address the reader. Women in American history: a bibliography. Cott et al, edition. Kerber discusses aspects of republican motherhood, in addition to marriage, divorce, reading, and education.
The dynamic between them oddly demonstrates something they suggest — that Frenchwomen are trained to dazzle in conversation and American women to draw others out.This guide provides a list of selected books for girls and young women about famous and contemporary female scientists.
It is limited to books written in English within the past 20 years. Books to Get Started. Atkins, Jeannine. Wings and rockets: the story of women in air and space. Illustrated by Dušan Petričič.
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