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Bridging Two Empires: Frances Hawks Cameron Burnett and Her Passion for Japanese Poetry
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written by Taeko Shibahara, fl. 2010 (Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 2017, originally published 2017), 9 page(s)
The life of Frances Hawks Cameron Burnett (1884-1957, hereafter Burnett) the wife of Lt Charles Burnett, U.S. military attaché to the American Embassy in Japan, provides a third picture that links male and female activism related to U.S.-Japan relations before World War II. Burnett spent most of her life between...
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written by Taeko Shibahara, fl. 2010 (Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 2017, originally published 2017), 9 page(s)
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Catalog für die Ausstellung österr. Frauen-Arbeiten. Welt-Ausstellung 1873 in Wien
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(Austrian National Library); edited by Aglaia von Enderes, 1836-1883 (Vienna, Vienna State: Central-Commission Publisher, 1873), 71 page(s)
Title: Catalogue for the Exhibition of Austrian Women's Work: World Exhibition 1873 in Vienna. Description: The document is a catalogue published on the occasion of the Vienna World Exhibition of 1873. The catalogue gives an introduction on women's work and is followed by a list of producers and goods, which were...
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(Austrian National Library); edited by Aglaia von Enderes, 1836-1883 (Vienna, Vienna State: Central-Commission Publisher, 1873), 71 page(s)
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The Challenge of Multinational Empire for the International Women's Movement: The Habsburg Monarchy and the Development of Feminist Inter/national Politics
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written by Susan Zimmermann, fl. 2012, in Globalizing Feminisms, 1789-1945, edited by Karen Offen. (London: Routledge, 2010), pp. 153-69, 367-73 (2010), 24 page(s)
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written by Susan Zimmermann, fl. 2012, in Globalizing Feminisms, 1789-1945, edited by Karen Offen. (London: Routledge, 2010), pp. 153-69, 367-73 (2010), 24 page(s)
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China, her life and her people
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written by Francesca French, 1871-1960 and Mildred Cable, 1878-1952 (London, England: University of London Press, 1946), 213 page(s)
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written by Francesca French, 1871-1960 and Mildred Cable, 1878-1952 (London, England: University of London Press, 1946), 213 page(s)
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La Citoyenne, No. 85, juin 1884
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edited by Hubertine Auclert, 1848-1914, in La Citoyenne, No. 85, June, 1884 (Paris, Ile-de-France: La Citoyenne, 1884), 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. 85, June, 1884 (Paris, Ile-de-France: La Citoyenne, 1884), 4 page(s)
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La Citoyenne, No. 89, octobre 1884
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edited by Hubertine Auclert, 1848-1914, in La Citoyenne, No. 89, October 1884 (Paris, Ile-de-France: La Citoyenne, 1884), 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. 89, October 1884 (Paris, Ile-de-France: La Citoyenne, 1884), 4 page(s)
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La Citoyenne, No. 120, mai 1887
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edited by Hubertine Auclert, 1848-1914, in La Citoyenne, No. 120, May, 1887 (Paris, Ile-de-France: La Citoyenne, 1887), 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. 120, May, 1887 (Paris, Ile-de-France: La Citoyenne, 1887), 4 page(s)
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La Citoyenne, No. 171, 15 mars 1891
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edited by Maria Martin, 1839-1910, in La Citoyenne, No. 171, March 15, 1891 (Paris, Ile-de-France: La Citoyenne, 1891), 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 her...
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edited by Maria Martin, 1839-1910, in La Citoyenne, No. 171, March 15, 1891 (Paris, Ile-de-France: La Citoyenne, 1891), 4 page(s)
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La Citoyenne, No. 173, 15 avril 1891
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edited by Maria Martin, 1839-1910, in La Citoyenne, No. 173, April 15, 1891 (Paris, Ile-de-France: La Citoyenne, 1891), 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 her...
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edited by Maria Martin, 1839-1910, in La Citoyenne, No. 173, April 15, 1891 (Paris, Ile-de-France: La Citoyenne, 1891), 4 page(s)
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Co-ge-we-a, the Half-blood: A Depiction of the Great Montana Cattle Range
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written by Mourning Dove, 1884-1936 (Boston, MA: The Four Seas Company, 1927, originally published 1927), 301 page(s)
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written by Mourning Dove, 1884-1936 (Boston, MA: The Four Seas Company, 1927, originally published 1927), 301 page(s)
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