2 edition of Women, the makers of history. found in the catalog.
Women, the makers of history.
Charles S. Muir
|LC Classifications||CT3203 .M8|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||234|
|LC Control Number||56012187|
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The handbag’s past may not be long, only a recent few hundred years out of many millennia, but the history of the handbag is the history of women: women’s changing tastes, priorities, and roles in society. Handbags have thrived in times of excess and survived in times of scarcity, and even defied repeated calls by feminists to replace them. We're celebrating women who made history—trailblazers, scientists, artists, inventors, designers, activists, and other innovators in American history! Read new romance book reviews, posts from your favorite authors, samples, exciting digital first publications and e-book specials.
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They were supplied arsenic and encouraged to use it for the purpose by a midwife or "wise woman" named Zsuzsanna Fazekas, wife of Gyula Fazekas, née Zsuzsanna Oláh. It’s Women’s History Month, so to celebrate the women who have shaped our history, written characters we loved, lived lives we admired and learned from here are twenty five books you should read this month.
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