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The Choctaw Nation
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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, FF05) (Oklahoma City, OK) (16 January 1939) , 8 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...
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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, FF05) (Oklahoma City, OK) (16 January 1939) , 8 page(s)
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The Choral Study Club
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written by Fannie Barrier Williams, 1855-1944, in New York Age, March 12, 1908, p. 1 (originally published 1908), 1 page(s)
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written by Fannie Barrier Williams, 1855-1944, in New York Age, March 12, 1908, p. 1 (originally published 1908), 1 page(s)
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Christomatheia korasiaki pros chrisin ton parthenagogeion: Eis tomous deka dia tas treis periodous tis korasiakis ekpaidefseos [Chrestomathy for Girls to be Used in Girls' Schools: Written in Ten Volumes for the Three Tiers of Girls' Edcation] Vol. 1 of 10, 2nd ed. (Second Edition)
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written by Sappho Leontias, 1832-1900, Volume 1 (Izmir, Izmir Province: Phoenix, 1877, originally published 1877), 184 page(s)
TITLE: Chrestomathy for Girls, to be Used in Girls' Schools: Written in Ten Volumes for the Three Tiers of Girls' Education, 1877. DESCRIPTION: Sappho Leontias (1830-1900), was an influential pedagogue, who invested her interest in girls' education in the Orthodox/Greek community of the Ottoman Empire. During the...
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written by Sappho Leontias, 1832-1900, Volume 1 (Izmir, Izmir Province: Phoenix, 1877, originally published 1877), 184 page(s)
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Circular Letter No. 1
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written by Madgeleine Leroy Convene, fl. 1951, in International Council of Women Records, of Sophia Smith Collection. Women's History Archive (Box 1 folder 25, 2pp.) (Northampton, MA) (November 1951) , 2 page(s)
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written by Madgeleine Leroy Convene, fl. 1951, in International Council of Women Records, of Sophia Smith Collection. Women's History Archive (Box 1 folder 25, 2pp.) (Northampton, MA) (November 1951) , 2 page(s)
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Circular Letter No. 3, 1951-54
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written by Elizabeth D. Long, 1901-, International Council of Women. Standing Committee on Radio and Television, in International Council of Women Records, of Sophia Smith Collection. Women's History Archive (Box 1 folder 24, 2pp.) (Northampton, MA) (November 1951) , 2 page(s)
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written by Elizabeth D. Long, 1901-, International Council of Women. Standing Committee on Radio and Television, in International Council of Women Records, of Sophia Smith Collection. Women's History Archive (Box 1 folder 24, 2pp.) (Northampton, MA) (November 1951) , 2 page(s)
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La Citoyenne, No. 1, 13 fevrier 1881
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edited by Hubertine Auclert, 1848-1914, in La Citoyenne, No. 1, February 13, 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 h...
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edited by Hubertine Auclert, 1848-1914, in La Citoyenne, No. 1, February 13, 1881 (Paris, Ile-de-France: La Citoyenne, 1881), 4 page(s)
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La Citoyenne, No. 2, 20 février 1881
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edited by Hubertine Auclert, 1848-1914, in La Citoyenne, No. 2, February 20, 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. 2, February 20, 1881 (Paris, Ile-de-France: La Citoyenne, 1881), 4 page(s)
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La Citoyenne, No. 3, 27 février 1881
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edited by Hubertine Auclert, 1848-1914, in La Citoyenne, No. 3, February 27, 1881 (Paris, Ile-de-France: La Citoyenne, 1800), 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. 3, February 27, 1881 (Paris, Ile-de-France: La Citoyenne, 1800), 4 page(s)
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La Citoyenne, No. 5, 13 mars 1881
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edited by Hubertine Auclert, 1848-1914, in La Citoyenne, No. 5, March 13, 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. 5, March 13, 1881 (Paris, Ile-de-France: La Citoyenne, 1881), 4 page(s)
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La Citoyenne, No. 7, 27 mars 1881
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edited by Hubertine Auclert, 1848-1914, in La Citoyenne, No. 7, March 27, 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. 7, March 27, 1881 (Paris, Ile-de-France: La Citoyenne, 1881), 4 page(s)
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