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Landmarks of American Women’s History
Page Putnam Miller (au)
Hardcover (no d.j.)
Describes historic sites that represent a wide variety of women’s experiences and accomplishments. As early as the 14th cent., the women of New Mexico’s Taos Pueblo lived equal lives of responsibility with the men. Mary Stratton’s Pewabic Pottery in Detroit, MI, exemplifies women’s contributions to the arts. Bryn Mawr College’s Cary Thomas Library is evidence of her drive to secure equal educ. opportunities for women. The boardinghouse at Boott Cotton Mill in Lowell, MA, provides a glimpse into the daily life of women in the industrial workforce. N.Y. City’s United Charities Bldg. is the headquarters of numerous reform org., many headed by women. “An engaging story of the lasting influence of women on American history.” Color illustrations.
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