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Actes du Congrès Féministe International de Bruxelles, publiés par les soins de Mlle Marie Popelin, organisé par la Ligue Belge du Droit des Femmes, sous le patronage et avec l'appui du governement, Aout 1897
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written by Ligue belge du droit des femmes (Brussels, Bruxelles Region: C. Bulens, 1898), 168 page(s)
This text outlines the proceedings of the International Feminist Congress held in Brussels, in the summer of 1897. The international group focused on five major themes: women’s civic rights; the nature of patriarchy; women’s economic rights; the status of the feminist movement; and women and public charity. In...
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written by Ligue belge du droit des femmes (Brussels, Bruxelles Region: C. Bulens, 1898), 168 page(s)
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Ang pagsagud nga maayo sa kabataan [How to Bring Up Children Properly]
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written by Ramona S. Tirona, fl. 1918, in Center for West Visayan Studies, of University of the Philippines, Visayas. Center for West Visayan Studies Library, in Makinaugalingon, July 10, 1918, p. 1 (1918), 2 page(s)
TITLE: How to Bring Up Children Properly. DESCRIPTION: This essay is based on the work of Ramona S. Tirona, educator and former pensionada, government scholar to the United States. Tirona points out that taking care of children is akin to growing plants; the gardener needs to take out the weeds and water the plant...
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written by Ramona S. Tirona, fl. 1918, in Center for West Visayan Studies, of University of the Philippines, Visayas. Center for West Visayan Studies Library, in Makinaugalingon, July 10, 1918, p. 1 (1918), 2 page(s)
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The Arab Woman: An Untypical View
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in Sophia Smith Collection. Women's History Archive, of Smith College Libraries. Sophia Smith Collection (Countries Collection, Box 41:Arab and Moslem Women) (New York, NY: Aramco Services Company, 1971, originally published 1971), 44 page(s)
This edition of the bi-monthly Aramaco World Magazine, Vol. 22, No. 2, March-April, 1971, is titled, 'The Arab Woman: An Untypical View'. Included are articles on: The Arab Woman: A Traditional View, A Day in the Life of..., The Harem: Image and Reality, The Arab Woman-At Play, The Veil: A Darkness at Noon, The Ar...
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in Sophia Smith Collection. Women's History Archive, of Smith College Libraries. Sophia Smith Collection (Countries Collection, Box 41:Arab and Moslem Women) (New York, NY: Aramco Services Company, 1971, originally published 1971), 44 page(s)
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Caribbean Women at the Crossroads: The Paradox of Motherhood Among Women of Barbados, St. Lucia and Dominica
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written by Patricia Mohammed, fl. 1988 and Althea Perkins, fl. 2000 (Mona, Saint Andrew Parish (Jamaica): Canoe Press, 1999), 151 page(s)
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written by Patricia Mohammed, fl. 1988 and Althea Perkins, fl. 2000 (Mona, Saint Andrew Parish (Jamaica): Canoe Press, 1999), 151 page(s)
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A Century of Coast Salish History at Lummi
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produced by Gregory Fields, fl. 2016 (Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press, 2016), 51 mins
The video, “A Century of Coast Salish History,” is a digital complement to the published book, Rights Remembered: A Salish Grandmother Speaks on American Indian History and the Future (University of Nebraska Press, 2016). Material in the video alternates between an interview with Pauline Hillaire, videographed...
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produced by Gregory Fields, fl. 2016 (Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press, 2016), 51 mins
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La Citoyenne, No. 14, 16 mai 1881
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edited by Hubertine Auclert, 1848-1914, in La Citoyenne, No. 14, May 16, 1881 (Paris, Ile-de-France: La Citoyenne, 1881), 4 page(s)
La Citoyenne was a French feminist newspaper, founded, funded, and edited by Hubertine Auclert, with the primary aim of promoting women’s suffrage. Auclert, the leader of France’s fledgling suffrage movement from 1880 to her death in 1914, lived in Algeria from 1888-1892. This experience intensified and shaped...
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edited by Hubertine Auclert, 1848-1914, in La Citoyenne, No. 14, May 16, 1881 (Paris, Ile-de-France: La Citoyenne, 1881), 4 page(s)
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La Citoyenne, No. 21, 3 juillet 1881
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edited by Hubertine Auclert, 1848-1914, in La Citoyenne, No. 21, July 3, 1881 (Paris, Ile-de-France: La Citoyenne, 1881), 4 page(s)
La Citoyenne was a French feminist newspaper, founded, funded, and edited by Hubertine Auclert, with the primary aim of promoting women’s suffrage. Auclert, the leader of France’s fledgling suffrage movement from 1880 to her death in 1914, lived in Algeria from 1888-1892. This experience intensified and shaped...
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edited by Hubertine Auclert, 1848-1914, in La Citoyenne, No. 21, July 3, 1881 (Paris, Ile-de-France: La Citoyenne, 1881), 4 page(s)
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La Citoyenne, No. 24, 24 juillet 1881
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edited by Hubertine Auclert, 1848-1914, in La Citoyenne, No. 24, July 24, 1881 (Paris, Ile-de-France: La Citoyenne, 1881), 4 page(s)
La Citoyenne was a French feminist newspaper, founded, funded, and edited by Hubertine Auclert, with the primary aim of promoting women’s suffrage. Auclert, the leader of France’s fledgling suffrage movement from 1880 to her death in 1914, lived in Algeria from 1888-1892. This experience intensified and shaped...
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edited by Hubertine Auclert, 1848-1914, in La Citoyenne, No. 24, July 24, 1881 (Paris, Ile-de-France: La Citoyenne, 1881), 4 page(s)
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La Citoyenne, No. 27, 14 aout 1881
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edited by Hubertine Auclert, 1848-1914, in La Citoyenne, No. 27, August 12, 1881 (Paris, Ile-de-France: La Citoyenne, 1881), 4 page(s)
La Citoyenne was a French feminist newspaper, founded, funded, and edited by Hubertine Auclert, with the primary aim of promoting women’s suffrage. Auclert, the leader of France’s fledgling suffrage movement from 1880 to her death in 1914, lived in Algeria from 1888-1892. This experience intensified and shaped...
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edited by Hubertine Auclert, 1848-1914, in La Citoyenne, No. 27, August 12, 1881 (Paris, Ile-de-France: La Citoyenne, 1881), 4 page(s)
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La Citoyenne, No. 32, 25 septembre 1881
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edited by Hubertine Auclert, 1848-1914, in La Citoyenne, No. 32, September 25, 1881 (Paris, Ile-de-France: La Citoyenne, 1881), 4 page(s)
La Citoyenne was a French feminist newspaper, founded, funded, and edited by Hubertine Auclert, with the primary aim of promoting women’s suffrage. Auclert, the leader of France’s fledgling suffrage movement from 1880 to her death in 1914, lived in Algeria from 1888-1892. This experience intensified and shaped...
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edited by Hubertine Auclert, 1848-1914, in La Citoyenne, No. 32, September 25, 1881 (Paris, Ile-de-France: La Citoyenne, 1881), 4 page(s)
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