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Louisiana women : their lives and times. Volume 2

Author: Mary Farmer-Kaiser; Shannon L Frystak
Publisher: Athens : University of Georgia Press, [2016]
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : State or province government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Moving chronologically from the colonial period to the present, this collection of seventeen biographical essays provides a window into the social, cultural, and geographic milieu of women's lives in  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Biographies
Biography
Material Type: Biography, Government publication, State or province government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mary Farmer-Kaiser; Shannon L Frystak
ISBN: 9780820342696 0820342696 9780820342702 082034270X
OCLC Number: 1014287251
Notes: LUC 2016.
Description: xi, 384 pages : illustrations, map ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction / Shannon Frystak --
Part one: Women and the politics of identity. The women across from Congo Square (1772-1840) / Emily Clark ; Sarah Morgan (1842-1905): Family politics and Confederate patriotism in Civil War Louisiana / Giselle Roberts ; Janet Mary Riley (1915-2008): An angel with teeth / Janet Allured ; Lindy Claiborne Boggs (1916-2013): Wielding great power by giving away all the credit / Tania Tetlow --
Part two: Women and work. Lucy Alston Pirrie (1772-1833): A woman's life in early Louisiana / Sara Brooks Sundberg ; Appoline Patout, Mary Ann Patout, and Ida Patout Burns (1805-1879; 1836-1907; 1877-1956): The women of enterprise / Michael Wade ; Lulu White (1868-1931): Diamond Queen of the Demimonde / Emily Epstein Landau ; Neda Jurisch, Eva Vujnovich, and Mary Jane Munsterman Tesvich (1904-2002; 1929- ; 1955- ): Three generations in a Croation-American oyster family / Carolyn E. Ware Part three: Women and the arts. Carmelite "Cammie" Garrett Henry (1871-1948): The evolution of a plantation mistress and chatelaine of the arts / Lucy Gutman with Shannon Frystak ; Alice Dunbar-Nelson (1875-1935): Looking at New Orleans / Hellen S. Lee ; Coralie Guarino Davis (1926-2004): Carnival legacies / Susan Tucker ; Lucinda Williams (1953- ): "Now your soul in in Lake Charles": The Louisiana motif and the music of Lucinda Williams / Court Carney ; Rebecca Wells (1953- ): The divine saga deep in the heart of Louisiana / Mary Ann Wilson --
Part four: Organizing women. Phoebe Bryant Hunter (1760-1844): Neither Northern nor Southern / Mark I. Duvall ; Cora Allen (1876-1935): Louisiana fraternal orders and the making of a race woman / Brittney Cooper ; The women of the New Orleans Christian Woman's Exchange (1881- ): From "Helping women who help themselves" to a mission of historic preservation / Beth Willinger ; Sarah Towles Reed (1882-1978): Southern firebrand / Leslie Gale Parr ; Georgia M. Johnson (1894-1969): "We are but Americans": Civil rights activism in Alexandria, Louisiana / Lee Sartain.
Other Titles: Louisiana women
Responsibility: edited by Mary Farmer-Kaiser and Shannon Frystak.

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