2 edition of Women and the West found in the catalog.
Women and the West
William Forrest Sprague
Bibliography: p. 273-286.
|Statement||by William Forrest Sprague.|
|LC Classifications||F591 .S77|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||294|
|LC Control Number||41001850|
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It follows the story of Emily Evans a woman who has felt God nudging her towards opening a church in her area. At first. Women of the West: Too Long a Stranger, the Bluebird and the Sparrow, a Gown of Spanish Lace, Drums of ChangeAuthor: Janette Oke.
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Even unmarried and married women who worked outside the home usually found their employment opportunities limited by their gender.” This is a quote from The Female Frontier: A Comparative View of Women on the Prairie and the Plains by Glenda Riley. Such is the view of society when it came to women of the West.
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