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American Women: Their Lives in Their Words

Told through letters, journals, and other writings, American Women spans U.S. history from the times of Anne Hutchinson to Sojourner Truth to today's teenagers. A history of daughters, workers, wives, servants, and achievers, this powerful book canvases all social, economic, and ethnic groups.

American Women was a 1992 ALA Best Book for Young Adults.

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"From the Native Americans and early immigrants to the women in industry and politics in the 18th and 19th centuries, through feminist theorists and activities in the 20th century, to the voices of several teenagers at the end of the century, the women here represent a wide variety of lifestyles.... The array of lives here is impressive, and the original language also colors the experience with authenticity and vigor." -- School Library Journal

Product Details

Recommended Age 12 and up
Author Doreen Rappaport
ISBN 0064461270
Publication Date Nov 1, 1992
Publisher Harpercollins Childrens Books
Language English