Women of Minnesota: Selected Biographical Essays
Minnesota Historical Society Press, 1977 - Biography & Autobiography - 402 pages
Biographical essays covering women from the early years of Minnesota Territory to the opening days of the feminist movement. Includes an updated list of women who have served in the Minnesota legislature; and women who have risen to prominence as judges, business leaders, and sports figures.
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