Women in Missouri History: In Search of Power and Influence .


Women in Missouri History is an exceptional collection of essays surveying the history of women in the state of Missouri from the period of colonial settlement through the mid-twentieth century. The women featured in these essays come from various ethnic, economic, and racial groups, from both urban and rural areas, and from all over the state. The authors effectively tell these womens stories through biographies and through techniques of social history, allowing the reader to learn not only about the womens lives individually, but also about how groups of ordinary women shaped the history of the state.
The essays in this collection address questions that are at the center of current developments in the field of womens history but are written in a manner that makes them accessible to general readers. Providing an excellent general overview of the history of women in Missouri, this collection makes a valuable contribution to a better understanding of the states past.
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Authors: LeeAnn Whites, Mary C. Neth, Gary R. Kremer

Date: 2004

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Format: PDF

Pages: 1

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Language: English

ISBN / ASIN: 0826215262

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