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HQ1391.U5 W63 : Women and elective office : past, present, and future / edited by Sue Thomas and Clyde Wilcox.  1998 1
HQ1394 .D28 : The church and the second sex / Mary Daly, with the feminist postChristian introduction and new archaic afterwords by the author.  1985 1
HQ1399 .D4 : Women as world builders : studies in modern feminism / by Floyd Dell.  1976 1
HQ1399 .V35 : The subversion of women as practiced by churches, witch-hunters, and other sexists.  1973 1
HQ1410 .B76 2006 : Her best shot : women and guns in America / Laura Browder.  2006 1
HQ1410 .C588 2003 : America's women : four hundred years of dolls, drudges, helpmates, and heroines / Gail Collins.  2003 1
HQ1410 .D5 1957 : The American woman, an historical study.  1957 1
HQ1410 .E53 2002   3
HQ1410 .F6 : Century of struggle ; the woman's rights movement in the United States / by Eleanor Flexner.  1959 1
HQ1410 .K45 : If all we did was to weep at home : a history of white working-class women in America / Susan Estabrook Kennedy.  1979 1
HQ1410 .K7 : Up from the pedestal; selected writings in the history of American feminism / edited with an introd. by Aileen S. Kraditor.  1968 1
HQ1410 .M56 : From Pocahontas to power suits : everything you need to know about women's history in America / Kay Mills.  1995 1
HQ1410 .O64 1971 : Everyone was brave; the rise and fall of feminism in America / William L. O'Neill.  1969 1
HQ1410 .R45 : "Remember the ladies" : new perspectives on women in American history : essays in honor of Nelson Manfred Blake / edited by Carol V. R. George.  1975 1
HQ1410 .R5 : American feminists.  1968 1
HQ1410 .R52 : American women ; a story of social change / Robert E. Riegel.  1970 1
HQ1410 .U18 2006 : The U.S. women's movement in global perspective / edited by Lee Ann Banaszak.  2006 1
HQ1412 .B8 1968 : Five for freedom: Lucretia Mott, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Lucy Stone, Susan B. Anthony, Carrie Chapman Catt.  1968 1
HQ1412 .C7 : The educated woman in America ; selected writings of Catharine Beecher, Margaret Fuller, and M. Carey Thomas. / Edited, with an introd. and notes, by Barbara M. Cross.  1965 1
HQ1412 .F46 2006 : Feminists who changed America, 1963-1975 / edited by Barbara J. Love ; foreword by Nancy F. Cott.  2006 1
HQ1412 .L33 : A generation of women : education in the lives of progressive reformers / Ellen Condliffe Lagemann.  1979 1
HQ1412 .L35 : Few are chosen. American women in political life today. / With a foreword by Maurine B. Neuberger.  1968 1
HQ1412 .L52 : Liberty's women / Robert McHenry, editor.  1980 1
HQ1412 .M45 : Growing up female in America; ten lives. / Edited and introduced by Eve Merriam.  1971 1
HQ1412 .M5 1967 : The fighting Pankhursts; a study in tenacity / David Mitchell.  1967 1
HQ1412 .S25 : Some are born great.  1974 1
HQ1412 .S56 1999 : Significant contemporary American feminists : a biographical sourcebook / edited by Jennifer Scanlon.  1999 1
HQ1413.C3 P4 : Carrie Chapman Catt : a biography / by Mary Gray Peck.  1976 1
HQ 1413 .S675 A3 2015 : My life on the road / Gloria Steinem.  2015? 1
HQ1413.S675 A36 1983 : Outrageous acts and everyday rebellions / Gloria Steinem.  1986 1
HQ1413.S68 A36 : With the Weathermen : the personal journal of a revolutionary woman / Susan Stern.  1975 1
HQ1413.T48 A37 : The making of a feminist : early journals and letters of M. Carey Thomas / edited by Marjorie Housepian Dobkin ; with a foreword by Millicent Carey McIntosh.  1979 1
HQ1416 .B43 1997 : First generations : women in colonial America / Carol Berkin ; consulting editor : Eric Foner.  1997 1
HQ1416 .C65 : Colonial women and domesticity : selected articles on gender in early America / edited with an introduction by Peter Charles Hoffer.  1988 1
HQ1418 .B5 : The remembered gate: origins of American feminism: the woman and the city, 1800-1860 / Barbara J. Berg.  1978 1
HQ1418 .C6 : Perish the thought : intellectual women in romantic America, 1830-1860 / Susan Phinney Conrad.  1976 1
HQ1418 .C67 : The bonds of womanhood : "woman's sphere" in New England, 1780-1835 / Nancy F. Cott.  1977 1
HQ1418 .D44 : At odds : women and the family in America from the Revolution to the present / Carl N. Degler.  1980 1
HQ1418 .K47 : Women of the Republic : intellect and ideology in Revolutionary America / Linda K. Kerber.  1980 1
HQ1418 .N67 : Liberty's daughters : the Revolutionary experience of American women, 1750-1800 / Mary Beth Norton.  1980 1
HQ1418 .S38 : The Southern lady: from pedestal to politics, 1830-1930.  1970 1
HQ1418 .T55 : The women / by the editors of Time-Life Books ; with text by Joan Swallow Reiter.  1978 1
HQ1419 .C3 : American women: the changing image. / Contributors: Ethel J. Alpenfels [and others]  1962 1
HQ1419 .H3 : Mothers of the South; portraiture of the white tenant farm woman / by Margaret Jarman Hagood ...  1939 1
HQ1419 .H8 : Her infinite variety ; the American woman as lover, mate and rival.  1962 1
HQ1419 .J4 : The revolt of American women; a pictorial history of the century of change from bloomers to bikinis-from feminism to Freud.  1952 1
HQ1419 .M6 : Woman's work in America / edited by Annie Nathan Meyer; with an introduction by Julia Ward Howe.  1891 1
HQ1419 .R3 1959 : Workingman's wife; her personality, world and life style / by Lee Rainwater, Richard P. Coleman [and] Gerald Handel. Pref. by W. Lloyd Warner. Introd. by Burleigh B. Gardner.  1959 1
HQ1420 .A52 : American women; report.  1963 1
HQ1420 .A52 1965 : American women; the report of the President's Commission on the Status of Women and other publications of the commission. / Edited by Margaret Mead and Frances Balgley Kaplan, with an introd. and an epilogue by Margaret Mead.  1965 1
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