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More than petticoats. Remarkable Minnesota women

Author: Bonnye Stuart
Publisher: Guilford, Conn. : TwoDot, ©2004.
Series: More than petticoats series.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : English : 1st ed
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"Discover some of the extraordinary women from Minnesota's past who helped shape the history of their state. Meet Martha Ripley, a doctor who was active in the suffrage movement and opened a women's hospital; Lena O. Smith, a civil rights pioneer who fought racial segretation and was the first black woman in the state's history to be admitted to the Minnesota bar, and Maude Hart Lovelace, a home economist and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biography
Named Person: Jane Grey Cannon Swisshelm; Harriet E Bishop; Martha Ripley; Frances Densmore; May Seen Liang; Fanny Fligelman Brin; Lena Olive Smith; Elizabeth Kenny; Blanche Yurka; Maud Hart Lovelace; Marjorie Child Husted; Wanda Gág; Jeannette Piccard
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bonnye Stuart
ISBN: 0762723572 9780762723577
OCLC Number: 55510511
Description: x, 165 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Series Title: More than petticoats series.
Other Titles: Remarkable Minnesota women
Responsibility: Bonnye Stuart.
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"Discover some of the extraordinary women from Minnesota's past who helped shape the history of their state. Meet Martha Ripley, a doctor who was active in the suffrage movement and opened a women's hospital; Lena O. Smith, a civil rights pioneer who fought racial segretation and was the first black woman in the state's history to be admitted to the Minnesota bar, and Maude Hart Lovelace, a home economist and business executive at General Mills who was instrumental in the creation of the company's advertising icon "Betty Crocker"; and many other women who impacted the history of Minnesota"--Publisher's description.

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