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San Francisco : Harper & Row, 1986.
LibraryThing member leslie.98
I don't read much non-fiction, but this history of Quaker women & their involvement in creating the suffragette movement is wonderful! Clear, well-written, and fascinating.
0062500430 / 9780062500434
Inscription: donated by Barrie and Diana Pittock
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