The female frontier: a comparative view of women on the prairie and the plains

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University Press of Kansas, 1988 - History - 299 pages
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Riley offers great information about women's lives on the frontier from 1815-1915, but some of the information is repetitive since she looks at both women on the prairie and the plains. Some of her ... Read full review

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Contents

A Profile of Frontierswomen on the Prairie
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Home and Hearth on the Prairie
42
Home and Hearth on the Plains
76
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About the author (1988)

About the Author:
Glenda Gates Riley is Bracker Professor of American History at Ball State University. Among her many publications are Inventing the American Woman, Women and Indians on the Frontier and The Female Frontier.

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