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Women in America
An unparalleled gathering of letters, speeches, photographs, works of art, articles and audio clips chronicle the history of women in America from colonial times into the 1990s. Writers, rebels, suffragists, pacifists, pioneers, spies and slaves - these women, prominent and obscure, offer their experiences for a broader, deeper, more varied understanding of the role of gender in U.S. history.
|Availability:||Available on CD-ROM at Watson Information Desk; see library staff to use.|
|Data Type:||Non-networked standalone (CD-ROM) with full-text.|
|Source:||Woodbridge, CT : Primary Source Media, c1994.|