Women's Rights

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Oryx Press, 1996 - Political Science - 219 pages
A concise overview of the issues and ideas that have influenced women's history in America from the earliest European settlements to the present. Sections cover such topics as women in colonial America, getting the vote, and civil rights for women today, with profiles of important women in each chap

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Contents

Women in Colonial America
1
Revolutionary Spirits
15
The Revolution in Education
29
Copyright

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About the author (1996)

CHRISTINE A. LUNARDINI received her doctorate in American history from Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey, and has taught American political and social history, women in America, and colonial American history on the college level. She is now a professional writer and is the author of numerous sketches for both the Encyclopedia of African American Culture and History and the Encyclopedia of the Confederacy, as well as articles on historical topics and the teaching of history.

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