Northwest women: an annotated bibliography of sources on the history of Oregon and Washington women, 1787-1970

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Washington State University Press, 1997 - History - 134 pages
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Northwest Women features concise descriptions of more than 700 books and articles that examine the contributions of Washington and Oregon women -- bringing to light generations of scholarship about celebrated and anonymous women, from Native American basket makers to Japanese-Americans interned during World War II.

Northwest Women was named one of the Best Bibliographies in History by the American Library Association.

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Karen J. Blair is a professor of history at Central Washington University in Ellensburg.

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