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We the women; career firsts of nineteenth-century America

Author: Madeleine B Stern
Publisher: New York, Schulte Pub. Co., 1963 [©1962]
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Genre/Form: Biography
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Stern, Madeleine B., 1912-2007.
We the women.
New York, Schulte Pub. Co., 1963 [©1962]
(OCoLC)607367139
Online version:
Stern, Madeleine B., 1912-2007.
We the women.
New York, Schulte Pub. Co., 1963 [©1962]
(OCoLC)607794073
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Madeleine B Stern
OCLC Number: 382962
Description: x, 403 pages illustrations 22 cm
Contents: The arts : The first American ballerina to capture the nation: Mary Ann Lee --
The author of the first Beadle dime novel: Ann S. Stephens --
Three American women firsts in architecture: Harriet Irwin, Louise Bethune, Sophia G. Hayden. Science & technology : America's first woman telegrapher: Sarah G. Bagley --
The first American woman doctor of dental surgery: Lucy Hobbs Taylor --
The first woman graduate of M.I.T.: Ellen H. Richards, chemist. The professions and trades : America's first woman college professor: Rebecca Pennell Dean --
The first American woman stenographic reporter for Congressional committees: Isabel C. Barrows --
The first woman admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court: Belva Ann Lockwood. Business & industry : The first American woman in the iron plate rolling industry: Rebecca W. Lukens --
America's first woman stockbroker: Victoria C. Woodhull --
An American woman first in textiles & interior decoration: Candace Wheeler.
Responsibility: [by] Madeleine B. Stern. Wood engravings by John De Pol.

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