Handbook of American women's history
Garland Pub., Jan 1, 1990 - History - 763 pages
Summary definitions of historical significance are paired with focused bibliographies. Emphasis is on concepts, events, organizations and historical persons from the 19th and 20th centuries. Signed entries are from one to two columns. Arrangement is alphabetical with both cross references and an index. This is a useful source for high school collections.
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This one-volume encyclopedia includes entries on events, organizations, books, court cases, statutes, occupations, and concepts, a collection not duplicated by any other single reference work ... Read full review