Ladies in the laboratory?: American and British women in science, 1800-1900 : a survey of their contributions to research, Volume 1
A systematic survey and comparison of the work of 19th-century American and British women in scientific research, this book covers the two countries in which women of the period were most active in scientific work and examines all the fields in which they were engaged.
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