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    Women in the Middle Ages

    Gies, Frances.

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    Women of the Middle Ages

    Dean, Ruth, 1947-

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    Uppity women of ancient times

    Leon, Vicki

    Profiles two hundred unusual women throughout history, including gladiators, public servants, murderers, rulers, scientists, and homemakers

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    American women's history : a student companion

    Matthews, Glenna.

    Alphabetical articles on major events, documents, persons, social movements, and political and social concepts connected with the history of women in America.

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    Pushing the limits : American women, 1940-1961

    May, Elaine Tyler.

    Discusses the role of women during World War II and in the postwar years of both expanding and contracting opportunities for them, as many sought their rightful place as full American citizens.

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    Rejected princesses : tales of history's boldest heroines, hellions, and heretics

    Porath, Jason, author, illustrator.

    "A brazen, uproarious collection of illustrations of tough women both historical and fantastical-too awesome, too fierce, and sometimes too weird. These are not fantasy tales of blushing ingenues and happily-ever-afters. Here are the real unsung women of history, real and from literature, mythology and folklore. Illustrated in a contemporary animation style, Rejected Princesses dismisses the 'pretty pink princess' stereotype and profiles, through biography, imagery, wit, and humor, badass women throughout time and from all around the world. Warrior queens, soldiers, villains, spies, revolutionaries, and many more. Women of every era, ethnicity, class and orientation are pictured including a princess-cum-pirate from 5th century Denmark, a rebel preacher in 1630s Boston, a Hungarian blood thirsty countess, and a former prostitute that commanded a fleet of 70,000+ men on the Chinese seas. In Rejected Princesses, Jason Porath presents the female role models we never knew we needed! Fun, feminist, and educational, Rejected Princesses commemorates unknown but captivating female heroes, proving that women have been kicking ass for a long, long time and always will. Who needs Cinderella when you have Rejected Princesses?"-- Provided by publisher.

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    Outrageous women of the Middle Ages

    Leon n, Vicki.

    Biographies of some outspoken and influential women who lived in Europe, Africa, and the Far East during the Middle Ages.

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    Mothers of invention : women of the slaveholding South in the American Civil War

    Faust, Drew Gilpin.

    Discusses the situation of white women in slave-holding families during the Civil War, showing how they responded to their new responsibilities as heads of households, loss of prosperity, and a changing society.

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    Good women of a well-blessed land : women's lives in Colonial America

    Miller, Brandon Marie.

    A social history of the American colonial period with a focus on the daily lives of women, including European immigrants, Native Americans, and slaves.

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    Rad girls can : stories of bold, brave, and brilliant young women

    Schatz, Kate.

    "A . . . collection of stories and art about inspiring and accomplished girls who have made positive impacts on the world before the age of 20. . . Learn about a diverse group of young women who are living rad lives, whether excelling in male-dominated sports like boxing, rock climbing, or skateboarding; speaking out against injustice and discrimination; expressing themselves through dance, writing, and music; or advocating for girls around the world, . . . featuring both contemporary and historical figures"--Provided by publisher.

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    Bad girls throughout history : 100 remarkable women who changed the world

    Shen, Ann, author.

    "Bad Girls Throughout History features some of the fiercest women of all time - the famous, the infamous, and the ones you haven't even heard of yet. Explore the notable works, impressive feats, and striking portraits of these wild women from around the globe who challenged the status quo"-- Provided by publisher.

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    Shaking things up : 14 young women who changed the world

    Hood, Susan, 1954-

    "[Shares stories of] fourteen inspiring young [female] rebels ... who broke down walls to pursue their interests, talents, and rights. They fought fires, discovered prehistoric animals, circled the globe, braved Nazis, championed sports, changed the way we eat, integrated schools, improved medicine [and more]"--page four.

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    Teaching women's history

    Lerner, Gerda.

    A guide to topics and approaches in teaching the history of women in the United States.

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