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Books Books 1 - 10 of about 14 related to The clubwoman as feminist: true womanhood redefined, 1868-1914.   

The Torchbearers: Women and Their Amateur Arts Associations in America, 1890 ...

Karen J. Blair - History - 1994
"Blair's meticulous research has produced a complex work that is both encyclopedic and lively." -- The Journal of American History "With its valuable bibliography, this book ...
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Northwest women: an annotated bibliography of sources on the history of ...

Karen J. Blair - History - 1997 - 134 pages
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 ...
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Joining in: Exploring the History of Voluntary Organizations

Karen J. Blair - History - 2006 - 184 pages
Students, scholars, genealogists, museum docents, and historical society volunteers who seek to investigate the multiplicity of voluntary organizations in America's history ...
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Women Journalists and the Municipal Housekeeping Movement, 1868-1914

Agnes Hooper Gottlieb - Social Science - 2001 - 208 pages
This study is the first to concentrate on the work of women journalists during the municipal housekeeping movement, explores the different ways women promoted reform activities ...
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Natural Allies: Women's Associations in American History

Anne Firor Scott - History - 1993 - 242 pages
Natural Allies, based on painstaking research begun more than 30 years ago when Anne Frior Scott was preparing her now-classic The Southern Lady, is clear and highly readable ...
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