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Out of our fathers' house : based on Eve Merriam's "Growing up female in America: ten lives"

Author: Paula Wagner; Ruth Crawford Seeger; Eve Merriam
Publisher: New York : Samuel French, 1975.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Presents the true life stories of women who sought independence at any cost. The compelling text is taken entirely from the diaries, journals and letters of the characters portrayed, among them: Elizabeth Cady Stanton, the powerful founder of the women's suffrage movement who died in 1902 at age 87; the famous labor organizer, "Mother" Mary Jones (1830-1930), who led the fight against child labor; and Dr. Anna  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Paula Wagner; Ruth Crawford Seeger; Eve Merriam
ISBN: 0573633266 9780573633263
OCLC Number: 4406929
Description: 40 pages ; 19 cm
Contents: Elizabeth Gertrude Stern --
Elizabeth Cady Stanton --
Maria Mitchell --
Anna Howard Shaw --
"Mother" Mary Jones --
Eliza Southgate.
Responsibility: arranged for the stage by Paula Wagner, Jack Hofsiss and Eve Merriam ; Music by Ruth Crawford Seeger ; adapted by Daniel Schrier with additional music by Daniel Schrier and Marjorie Lipari.

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"Presents the true life stories of women who sought independence at any cost. The compelling text is taken entirely from the diaries, journals and letters of the characters portrayed, among them: Elizabeth Cady Stanton, the powerful founder of the women's suffrage movement who died in 1902 at age 87; the famous labor organizer, "Mother" Mary Jones (1830-1930), who led the fight against child labor; and Dr. Anna Howard Shaw (1847-1919), who as a frontier minister, protected herself by carrying a fully-loaded pistol at all times."--Www.broadwayarchive.com.
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