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Bertha Lena Collins Williams Diary James Ellis
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Diary of a young woman, Bertha Lena Collins Williams in 1918, 1920-1921 in Quicksburg in Shenandoah County Virginia. Daily life of a young woman during and after the First world war in the Valley of Virginia. Black and White.
Doña Gracia: Women, Patronage, and the Jewish Diaspora Grace Amundsen Barnkow
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Identity. The woman known to history as Doña Gracia Mendes changed names, outward religions, language, and cultural practice throughout her life as the Jewish Diaspora brought her to new places and opportunities. In each pivot, she used her wealth and position to promote the welfare of her persecuted community. Doña Gracia was the richest woman of her era, a successful businesswoman who threw her substantial resources into an intrepid fight against the Inquisition took her across Europe, and ran an underground railroad that conveyed an estimated 200,000 refugees to freedom in the Ottoman Empire.
Important Women from History Ben Swetmore
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Join Us... As we explore some of the most important, well-known, and successful Women from the past thousand years. Including Poets, Novelists, Nurses, Mathematicians, Artists, Actresses, and even a Princess. Together, let's explore the histories of some of the Women who have helped shape the world in various different ways.
Quoting Matilda Booktimes Agency
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ISBN: 9781956073874
Though Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton are well-known historical names, that of Matilda Joslyn Gage usually evokes the response, "Who?" Yet, this amazing woman contributed equally for many years as part of a triumvirate with Anthony and Stanton. Matilda was involved in the women's movement from 1852 until her death in 1898. She became a noted speaker and writer on women's suffrage. She was born in Upstate New York to an abolitionist family, Indeed, her childhood home and her later long-time Greek Revival home (now a museum dedicated to her) in Fayetteville, New York, were both stops on the Underground Railroad. She was best known for her feminist and suffragist activities ...
Tending the Garden Chana Weisberg
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ISBN: 9781568714172
This beautifully crafted book by author and well-know lecturer Chana Weisberg, illuminates the special blessings, gifts, and unique feminine qualities that the Jewish woman has been given. The author explores the lives, experiences, and roles of Jewish women in history, the matriarchs, the Jewish festivals and cycles, special women’s mitzvot, mysticism, to understand what is the Divine mission of the Jewish woman.
Tread the City's Streets Again Frances Perkins Shares Her Theology Donn Mitchell
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Tread the City’s Streets Again is the first book to explore the theology and vocation of Frances Perkins, the settlement house worker who went on to lift millions of Americans out of poverty through the creation of the Social Security system. From the slums of Chicago to the brothels of Philadelphia; from the tenements of New York to the halls of power in Albany and Washington, Perkins was guided by a deeply incarnational understanding of Christianity. Drawing heavily on her presentations as part of the St. Bede Lectures at St. Thomas, Fifth Avenue, in 1948, this book allows Perkins, mostly in her own words, to explain the theological foundations of her vocation. A lay associate of Al ...
Will I Ever Hear the Whippoorwills? Dorthea Reeves Perrin
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ISBN: 9781648583698
A heartwarming memoir by Dorthea Reeves Perrin, a 98-year-old first time author, recounting her childhood days growing up in South Mississippi. This is a charming glimpse into the life of a precocious young girl, as she remembers family and friends almost a century later.