American Women: Their Lives in Their Words
Told through letters, journals, and other writings, American Women spans U.S. history from the times of Anne Hutchinson to Sojourer Truth to today's teenagers. A history of daughters, workers, wives, servants, and achievers, this powerful book canvases all social, economic, and ethnic groups. A 1992 ALA Best Book for Young Adults.
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Good. What I like especially is the author's effort to keep the language frank and accessible to readers of all backgrounds.
PART ONE Women in the New World
Pitty Your Destressed Daughter
Like This Part of the World
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AMERICAN WOMEN Their Lives in Their Words: A Documentary History. Edited by Doreen Rappaport. Illustrated. 318 pp. New York: harpercollins Publishers. ...
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American women : their lives in their words : a documentary history / edited by Doreen Rappaport. Children's Non-Fiction:AVAILABLE, BOOK, c1990 ...
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