We, the American Women: A Documentary History
Discusses the legal and social status of women, the contributions of outstanding women, and the role of the "average woman" during each of twelve periods in American history. Includes excerpts from writings of and about women of each period.
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THE MODERN WOMENS MOVEMENT
A Puritan View of Womans Role 13 Anne Bradstreet
FORMATION OF A NEW NATION
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