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With women's eyes : visitors to the New World, 1775-1918

Author: Marion Tinling
Publisher: Hamden, Conn. : Archon Books, 1993.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Marion Tinling
ISBN: 0208023712 9780208023711
OCLC Number: 27035043
Description: xvii, 207 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Janet Schaw, caught in a Revolution, 1775 --
Madame Riedesel at the Battle of Saratoga, 1776-1783 --
Madame de La Tour du Pin manages a New York farm, 1794-1796 --
Fanny Wright's reasoned view of democracy, 1818-1820 --
Frances Trollope did not love us, 1827-1831 --
Harriet Martineau visits the South and is threatened in Boston, 1834-1836 --
Fanny Kemble and slavery, 1832-1839 --
Anna Jameson on the Chippewa Indians, 1838 --
Fredrika Bremer's impressions of women, 1849-1851 --
Theresa Pulszky visits Lucretia Mott and dines at the White House, 1851-1852 --
Marianne Finch on women and slaves, 1850-1851 --
Ida Pfeiffer visits California Indians, 1853 --
Isabella Bird rides the cars, 1854 --
Amelia Murray on the American character and slavery, 1854-1855 --
Maria Theresa Longworth visits celebrated sites, 1870's --
Marianne North's American landscapes, 1871, 1875 --
Emily Faithfull on the "Redundant woman", 1872-1884 --
Isabella Bird makes herself agreeable, 1873 --
Helena Modjeska in the golden west, 1876-1893 --
Constance Gordon Cumming charmed by Yosemite, 1878 --
Lady Duffus Hardy satisfies her curiosity, 1880 --
Rose Pender on a western roundup, 1883 --
Emily Pfeiffer in Niagara and Wisconsin, 1884 --
Madame Blanc and New York working girls, 1893 --
Lady Theodora Guest crosses the United States in a private railroad car, 1894 --
Annie Swan Smith on women's clubs, 1917-1918 --
Countess Madeleine de Bryas in World War I, 1918.
Responsibility: compiled and edited by Marion Tinling.

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