Making Her Mark: Firsts and Milestones in Women's Sports

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McGraw Hill Professional, 2002 - Sports & Recreation - 401 pages
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The definitive reference of women's athletic achievement

Today, women of all ages are participating in and watching sports in record numbers. Making Her Mark meticulously charts the heretofore largely undocumented rise of women's athletic achievement over the past two centuries. This engaging book is an unrivaled source of information on key events, records, and significant accomplishments in women's sports from the 1880s to the present day.

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Ernestine Miller is a writer and sports historian whose collected ephemera have appeared in the White House and in a number of publications. She is a charter member and secretary of Women in Sports and Events, a New York-based organization for professional women in the sports industry.

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