Encyclopedia of Women's History in America

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Infobase Publishing, May 14, 2014 - Feminism - 431 pages
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Recounts the events, movements, court cases, documents, and important figures that make up women's history in America since colonial times, with over 500 entries arranged in alphabetical order. Includes primary source documents. Read full review

Contents

A
1
B
20
C
40
D
59
E
76
F
83
G
97
H
110
P
198
Q
209
R
211
S
224
T
246
U
254
V
259
W
262

I
124
J
129
K
133
L
137
M
149
N
173
O
190
Y
286
Untitled
289
Documents
291
Bibliography
377
Index
404
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Foreword author Kathryn Cullen-DuPont is the award-winning author of several books on women's history, including, Facts On File's The Encyclopedia of Women's History in America. She has also served as a consultant on Women's Issues to Grolier's New Book of Knowledge Encyclopedia and American Journey: Women in America. She is currently an associated adjunct professor in the Department of English and the Humanities at Pratt Institute, Brooklyn.

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