They led the way: 14 American women

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Scholastic, 1973 - Biography & Autobiography - 126 pages
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Portraits of fourteen American women determined to use their talents despite the difficulties encountered in getting into careers reserved exclusively for men.

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They Led the Way is about fourteen women; Johanna Johnston writes about Anne Hutchinson, Anne Bradstreet, Lady Deborah Moody, Phyllis Wheatley, Abigail Adams, Emma Willard, Ernestine Rose, Elizabeth ... Read full review

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Hundreds of years there was segregation and no equal rights. This book talks about 14 woman and how they led the way and how without them there would be no way we could live so easily. Think if there was still segregation we wouldn't be at the same school! Wow I'm glad we had these woman to help us live the way we do today!!! 

Contents

Women in Their Place
7
Mayor of Her Own Town
23
Independence Day for Women Too
40
Copyright

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