American women writers and the work of history, 1790-1860
The author uncovers the work of history performed by more than 150 writers in over 350 texts, exploring a world of important writing unknown even to most specialists.
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Z Women as Students of History
Maternal Historians Didactic Mothers
History from the Divine Point of View
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