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The Resource America's women in the Revolutionary era : a history through bibliography, Eric G. Grundset ; with Briana L. Diaz and Hollis L. Gentry

America's women in the Revolutionary era : a history through bibliography, Eric G. Grundset ; with Briana L. Diaz and Hollis L. Gentry

Label
America's women in the Revolutionary era : a history through bibliography
Title
America's women in the Revolutionary era
Title remainder
a history through bibliography
Statement of responsibility
Eric G. Grundset ; with Briana L. Diaz and Hollis L. Gentry
Title variation
America's women in the Revolutionary era, 1760-1790
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
IMF
Index
index present
LC call number
E276
LC item number
.G78 2011
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
surveys of literature
Label
America's women in the Revolutionary era : a history through bibliography, Eric G. Grundset ; with Briana L. Diaz and Hollis L. Gentry
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Includes index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • v. 1. General studies. Women and girls during the Revolutionary era ; Women's biography ; American girls ; African American women ; Native American women ; Women and girls in the Revolutionary era, miscellaneous topics -- Women in the family and in society. Women, the family, and genealogy ; Women as mothers and their children ; Women working in the home and elsewhere ; Women's roles in society and interactions with others ; Women's rights and legal status ; The religious experiences of American women during the Revolutionary era ; Women and the American economy ; Women adn crime --
  • v. 1 (cont.). Women, culture, education, and creative arts. Women's cultural life and activities ; Women, girls, and education ; Women, writing, reading and creating on paper ; Women and the influence of classical themes ; Women and the folklore of the Revolutionary era ; Women and girls in historical fiction set during the Revolutionary era ; Women, art, and artists during the Revolutionary era ; Women and girls, textiles, needlework, and similar creative activities ; Women's and girls' clothing and costume -- Women, girls, and the war effort during the American Revolution. Women who supplied guns, gunpowder, and materials to the military ; Women in crowds, mobs, protests, demonstrations, boycotts, etc. ; Women as spies, messengers, warners, etc. ; Women on the move --
  • v. 2. Women and girls of the regions and states of the United States. New England women (generally) ; The women of Maine ; The women of New Hampshire ; The women of Vermont ; The women of Massachusetts ; The women of Rhode Island ; The women of Connecticut ; The women of the Mid-Atlantic states (generally) ; The women of New York ; The women of New Jersey ; The women of Pennsylvania ; The women of Delaware ; Southern women (generally) ; The women of Maryland ; The women of Virginia (includes modern West Virginia) ; The women of North Carolina ; The women of South Carolina ; The women of Georgia ; Women on the frontier ; The women of Kentucky ; The women of Tennessee ; The women of the Old Northwest and the Ohio Valley ; Women of the Spanish and French borderland areas now part of the United States ; Women and girls of the British Empire and the American Revolution
  • v. 3. Authors and chronology of publications
Control code
ocn741500716
Dimensions
29 cm.
Extent
3 v.
Isbn
9781892237125
Lccn
2011507320
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (OCoLC)741500716
  • a640859
Label
America's women in the Revolutionary era : a history through bibliography, Eric G. Grundset ; with Briana L. Diaz and Hollis L. Gentry
Publication
Note
Includes index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • v. 1. General studies. Women and girls during the Revolutionary era ; Women's biography ; American girls ; African American women ; Native American women ; Women and girls in the Revolutionary era, miscellaneous topics -- Women in the family and in society. Women, the family, and genealogy ; Women as mothers and their children ; Women working in the home and elsewhere ; Women's roles in society and interactions with others ; Women's rights and legal status ; The religious experiences of American women during the Revolutionary era ; Women and the American economy ; Women adn crime --
  • v. 1 (cont.). Women, culture, education, and creative arts. Women's cultural life and activities ; Women, girls, and education ; Women, writing, reading and creating on paper ; Women and the influence of classical themes ; Women and the folklore of the Revolutionary era ; Women and girls in historical fiction set during the Revolutionary era ; Women, art, and artists during the Revolutionary era ; Women and girls, textiles, needlework, and similar creative activities ; Women's and girls' clothing and costume -- Women, girls, and the war effort during the American Revolution. Women who supplied guns, gunpowder, and materials to the military ; Women in crowds, mobs, protests, demonstrations, boycotts, etc. ; Women as spies, messengers, warners, etc. ; Women on the move --
  • v. 2. Women and girls of the regions and states of the United States. New England women (generally) ; The women of Maine ; The women of New Hampshire ; The women of Vermont ; The women of Massachusetts ; The women of Rhode Island ; The women of Connecticut ; The women of the Mid-Atlantic states (generally) ; The women of New York ; The women of New Jersey ; The women of Pennsylvania ; The women of Delaware ; Southern women (generally) ; The women of Maryland ; The women of Virginia (includes modern West Virginia) ; The women of North Carolina ; The women of South Carolina ; The women of Georgia ; Women on the frontier ; The women of Kentucky ; The women of Tennessee ; The women of the Old Northwest and the Ohio Valley ; Women of the Spanish and French borderland areas now part of the United States ; Women and girls of the British Empire and the American Revolution
  • v. 3. Authors and chronology of publications
Control code
ocn741500716
Dimensions
29 cm.
Extent
3 v.
Isbn
9781892237125
Lccn
2011507320
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (OCoLC)741500716
  • a640859

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