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Auguste Pierre Chouteau
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written by Muriel Hazel Wright, 1889-1975, in Muriel Wright Collection, of Oklahoma Historical Society. Research Center (1983.018, Box 23D, FF04) (Oklahoma City, OK) (03 October 1938) , 9 page(s)
Muriel H. Wright worked as a historian and freelance writer. Her commitment to the Wright family’s Choctaw lineage sustained her commitment to the history of Indian people and to Indian affairs in Oklahoma, while her work as a historian and her involvement in Indian affairs invigorated her family ties. Her colle...
written by Muriel Hazel Wright, 1889-1975, in Muriel Wright Collection, of Oklahoma Historical Society. Research Center (1983.018, Box 23D, FF04) (Oklahoma City, OK) (03 October 1938) , 9 page(s)
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Aunt Dinah and Disley Discuss the Problem
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written by Mary Eliza Church Terrell, 1863-1954, in The Crisis, Vol. 25, no. 4, Feb 1923, p. 159-60 (originally published 1923), 2 page(s)
written by Mary Eliza Church Terrell, 1863-1954, in The Crisis, Vol. 25, no. 4, Feb 1923, p. 159-60 (originally published 1923), 2 page(s)
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Aus vergangenen Tagen. Persönliche Erinnerungen
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written by Stephanie Fritsch, fl. 1936 (Archiv, Siebenbürgen-Institut, Universität Heidelberg), in Tageblatt, January 24, 1936, p. NA (1936), 1 page(s)
written by Stephanie Fritsch, fl. 1936 (Archiv, Siebenbürgen-Institut, Universität Heidelberg), in Tageblatt, January 24, 1936, p. NA (1936), 1 page(s)
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written by Alice Dunbar-Nelson, 1875-1935 (1900); in The Author's Evening at Home (Alexander Street Press, 1900, originally published 1900), 1-2
written by Alice Dunbar-Nelson, 1875-1935 (1900); in The Author's Evening at Home (Alexander Street Press, 1900, originally published 1900), 1-2
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Autoviographia
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written by Elizavet Moutzan-Martinengou, 1801-1832; edited by Elisavetios Martinengos, 1832-1885, in I mitir mou: Autoviographia tis kyrias Elisavet Moutzan Martinengou, by Elizavet Moutzan-Martinengou. (Athína, Elláda: Korrinna Press, 1881), pp. 10-120 and 269-71 (Athens, Attica: Korrinna Press, 1881, originally published 1881), 121 page(s)
TITLE: My Mother: Autobiography of Mrs. Elisavet Moutzan Martinengou. DESCRIPTION: Elizavet Moutzan-Martinengou (October 2, 1801 - November 9, 1832) began to write her autobiography at the age of 16 and stopped just before her marriage in 1831; after a year being married, she died giving birth to her son. The aut...
written by Elizavet Moutzan-Martinengou, 1801-1832; edited by Elisavetios Martinengos, 1832-1885, in I mitir mou: Autoviographia tis kyrias Elisavet Moutzan Martinengou, by Elizavet Moutzan-Martinengou. (Athína, Elláda: Korrinna Press, 1881), pp. 10-120 and 269-71 (Athens, Attica: Korrinna Press, 1881, originally published 1881), 121 page(s)
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An Autumn Love Cycle
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written by Georgia Douglas Camp Johnson, 1880-1966 (Freeport, NY: Books for Libraries Press, 1971), 70 page(s)
written by Georgia Douglas Camp Johnson, 1880-1966 (Freeport, NY: Books for Libraries Press, 1971), 70 page(s)
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The Awakening East,' a review of _India and the Awakening East_, by Eleanor Roosevelt
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written by Merze Tate, 1905-1996, in Journal of Negro Education, Vol. 23, No. 1, Winter, 1954, pp. 61-63 (1954), 3 page(s)
written by Merze Tate, 1905-1996, in Journal of Negro Education, Vol. 23, No. 1, Winter, 1954, pp. 61-63 (1954), 3 page(s)
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Az alakuló Noképzo-Egyesület programmja.1867; Alapszabály. 1868
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(Fővárosi Szabó Ervin Könyvtár [Metropolitan Ervin Szabo Library], Budapest, Hungary), in Veres Pálné Beniczky Hermin élete és működése. Hálás tisztelete jeléül kiadta: az Országos Nőképző-Egyesület [Life and Activity of Mrs. Pál Veres Hermin Beniczky, Published As a Token of Grateful Adoration by the National Association for Women's Education], edited by Mrs. József Rudnay and Mrs. Gyula Szigethy. (Budapest: Az Atheneum irod. és nyomdai r.-társulat könyvnyomdája, 1902). pp. 702-705 (1902), 4 page(s)
TITLE: Program of the Forming Association for Women's Education, 1867; and the Charter, 1868, in Life and Activity of Mrs. Pál Veres Hermin Beniczky, Published as a Token of Grateful Adoration by the National Association for Women's Education, 702-705. DESCRIPTION: This document is one of nine extracts from the 1...
(Fővárosi Szabó Ervin Könyvtár [Metropolitan Ervin Szabo Library], Budapest, Hungary), in Veres Pálné Beniczky Hermin élete és működése. Hálás tisztelete jeléül kiadta: az Országos Nőképző-Egyesület [Life and Activity of Mrs. Pál Veres Hermin Beniczky, Published As a Token of Grateful Adoration by the National Association for Women's Education], edited by Mrs. József Rudnay and Mrs. Gyula Szigethy. (Budapest: Az Atheneum irod. és nyomdai r.-társulat könyvnyomdája, 1902). pp. 702-705 (1902), 4 page(s)
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The Ball Dress
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written by Alice Dunbar-Nelson, 1875-1935, in Leslie's Weekly, Vol. 93, 12 December 1901, p. 552 (originally published 1901), 1 page(s)
written by Alice Dunbar-Nelson, 1875-1935, in Leslie's Weekly, Vol. 93, 12 December 1901, p. 552 (originally published 1901), 1 page(s)
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Beautiful Things
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written by Gertrude E. H. Bustill Mossell, 1855-1948, in The Christian Recorder, Vol. 16 no. 37, 12 September 1878, p. 4 (originally published 1878), 2 page(s)
written by Gertrude E. H. Bustill Mossell, 1855-1948, in The Christian Recorder, Vol. 16 no. 37, 12 September 1878, p. 4 (originally published 1878), 2 page(s)
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