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issue of women as purveyors of history, treating a few texts that explicitly
characterize the writer or narrator of history as a ... Second, American history had
mainly been written to that point as a great detour around sectional conflict, as
well as ...
New York: Sheldon, Blakeman 8c Co., 1858. Robbins, Eliza. Tales from
American History. New York: W. Burgess, 1829. . Tales from American History,
2nd series [later Vol. 2]. New York: J. &C J. Harper, 1832. . Grecian History;
Adapted to the ...
ven: Yale University Press, 1977); Daniel Walker Howe, The Political Culture of
the American Whigs (Chicago: University of ... Greenwood Press, 1980); Arthur H.
Shaffer, The Politics of History: Writing the History of the American Revolution ...
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AMERICAN WOMEN WRITERS AND THE WORK OF HISTORY, 1790-1860User Review - Kirkus
By revealing women's use of history in the making of it, Baym rebuts conventional wisdom about women's absence from national life in antebellum America. Baym (English/Univ. of Illinois, Champaign ... Read full review
Women as Students of History
Maternal Historians Didactic Mothers
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