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New Voices in the Old South: How Women and Minorities Influence Southern Politics By Todd Shields
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This is a compilation of the latest statistical analysis concerning demographic, social, political, education, and employment trends in the southern United States, with particular emphases on the... More > changing roles of women and racial/ethnic groups.< Less
Remember the Women! Heading up the Branches of our Women's Family Tree, Part 2 By Erica Dakin Voolich
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Born mid-1800s, lived thru wars, depressions, the vote: Mary Alice Smith Dakin, Caroline (Carrie) Matilda Helsten Evans, Mary Louisa Helsten Pomeroy, Alice Copeland Harvey, Martha Elnora (Nora)... More > Worthington Richardson. Nora, lived thru the Chicago Fire, life-long learner became entertaining speaker at the women’s groups. Hired by the WPA to help research and write the Historical Survey of Oak Park — a town she new so well. Four raised on farm or tannery. When her husband died, Mary L ran lumberyard and hardware store on farm. Mary A taught, married postmaster-general store owner, sold the business and moved to a farm. Carrie married entrepreneur contractor, moved to Gt Barrington MA during a building boom and back to care for aging parents. Took over family business of a mill, not tannery. To send children to college, Alice ran boarding house, then moved to Oak Park. They met life’s challenges, nurtured and raised families who met the demands of the 20th century. — see Remember the Women! part 1, (2016)< Less
Onöndowa'ga:' Wënö:gweh (Seneca Women) By Nëhdöwes Randy A. John
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The Hodinöhsö:ni' are a matriarchal society, women are a powerful entity. Membership is matrilineal, traditionally, the clan mother position holds a tremendous amount of responsibility to... More > society. This book is a collection of Seneca women’s names with a brief description for each entry. There are 253 names ranging from the 1600's to the 21st century. All the female Clerks of the Seneca Nation of Indians are listed. For the Senecas, the 1848 political revolution creating an elective system of political government; reduced the power of women for over a century. In the late 1960s, women regained political power and began to vote and run for office in the Seneca Nation of Indians. Since 1968, a woman has won the executive position of Clerk every elections since.< Less
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The Law of God Given to Men and Women: Listed for Christians and Christianitatis Curia or the Christian Courts First Draft By Justin Breithaupt
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This book was written at the request of others. This is a list of all the laws, rules, and commandments that are given by God in the Bible, as well as a drafted Constitution for the Christian Courts,... More > Public Notice, Vote by Mail Form, and Instructions. This is the First Draft, so please send your feedback to the author, so that I can publish a final draft. We can not take this lightly, and that's why we need to get this done right the first time. Any help is appreciated. http://ChristianCourts.com< Less
Pirates 4. - The Blood Sisters - A life of two Women Pirates, back in the Eighteenth Century - Historical Fiction By Luc Dragoni
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Despite her doubts and hesitations, Blandine Veyre finally chose to stay in the company of the pirates. However, on board the ship, the decision to join the West Indies has been unanimously voted,... More > which will take her definitively away from her native Mediterranean province. Somehow, the young girl seems to get used to her new life. Her skill in repairing the sails really impressed the Pirate’s Captain but now, at the request of this same Captain named ‘The Brigantine', she will gradually have to carry out tasks much more delicate, intense, even perilous, which nevertheless represent only the daily lot of the freebooters’ existence...< Less
The Progress of Colored Women: Three Civil Rights Speeches by the First Black Woman to Receive a College Education in the United States of America By Mary Church Terrell
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Mary Church Terrell was an icon in the civil rights movement, advocating for equality and social justice for black women through a lifetime of campaigning and eloquent oration. Famed for being the... More > first black woman to gain a college education in the United States, Mary Terrell put her education to great use. Beginning in the 1890s, she spoke publicly on a range of civil rights which black Americans and black women were deprived. Throughout these efforts, Terrell helped coordinate a series of local movements which campaigned for suffrage and enfranchisement for the black population. Mary Church Terrell began a trend in the civil rights movement; her language bursting with eloquence and reason, she argued for a better intellectual, social and economic life for black Americans. Black women, who lacked even the right to vote, were compelled to join the cause, which they did in their thousands. Living to the age of 90, Terrell was a bridge between the Reconstruction era and the modern civil rights movement.< Less
The London-Bawd: With Her Character and Life Discovering the Various and Subtle Intrigues of Lewd Women By Anonymous
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Anonymity, adjective "anonymous", is derived from the... More > Greek word ἀνωνυμία, anonymia, meaning "without a name" or "namelessness". In colloquial use, "anonymous" is used to describe situations where the acting person's name is unknown. It can be said as not using your own name, simply. Some writers have argued that namelessness, though technically correct, does not capture what is more centrally at stake in contexts of anonymity. The important idea here is that a person be non-identifiable, unreachable, or untrackable. Anonymity is seen as a technique, or a way of realizing, certain other values, such as privacy, or liberty.An important example for anonymity being not only protected, but enforced by law is probably the vote in free elections. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anonymity< Less
Susan B. Anthony: Biography of a Rebel, Crusader, and Humanitarian of the Women’s Rights and Feminist Movements (Hardcover) By Alma Lutz
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Alma Lutz's outstanding biography of Susan B. Anthony is revered for its descriptive power, attention to detail and historical significance to the women's Suffragette movement. In this superb... More > biography, we receive passionate accounts of the major turning points in Susan B. Anthony's life. The people who were her role models as a young woman, such as the articulate anti-slavery author Frederick B. Douglass, receive attention. Anthony's vociferous opposition to slavery led her to campaign before and during the U.S. Civil War for its abolition: her resolute spirit is well-documented from an early age: even as a teenager, Susan B. Anthony leafleted and campaigned for emancipation. As a leading figure in women's rights during the 19th and early 20th centuries, Susan B. Anthony was responsible for forming and organising several groups instrumental to women eventually gaining the vote in the United States. A tireless campaigner and speaker, Anthony would average between 75 and 100 speeches each year.< Less
Susan B. Anthony: Biography of a Rebel, Crusader, and Humanitarian of the Women’s Rights and Feminist Movements By Alma Lutz
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Alma Lutz's outstanding biography of Susan B. Anthony is revered for its descriptive power, attention to detail and historical significance to the women's Suffragette movement. In this superb... More > biography, we receive passionate accounts of the major turning points in Susan B. Anthony's life. The people who were her role models as a young woman, such as the articulate anti-slavery author Frederick B. Douglass, receive attention. Anthony's vociferous opposition to slavery led her to campaign before and during the U.S. Civil War for its abolition: her resolute spirit is well-documented from an early age: even as a teenager, Susan B. Anthony leafleted and campaigned for emancipation. As a leading figure in women's rights during the 19th and early 20th centuries, Susan B. Anthony was responsible for forming and organising several groups instrumental to women eventually gaining the vote in the United States. A tireless campaigner and speaker, Anthony would average between 75 and 100 speeches each year.< Less

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