Demeter's Daughters: The Women who Founded America, 1587-1787
Atheneum, 1976 - 359 strani
Details the varied activities of colonial women, the extensive legal rights they enjoyed, and the difficulties they faced in a new land. Includes bibliographical sketches of representative women of that period.
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Home and Hearth
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