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Teaching Women's History by  Gerda Lerner - Paperback - 1981 - from Sweet Beagle Books and

Teaching Women's History

by Lerner, Gerda

Condition: Fine

Amer Historical Assn. Fine. 1981. Pamphlet. An 88-page booklet with card covers, side-stapled. No defects of any kind. Pages are clean and crisp, the binding is tight and square; book appears unread. . Breaks down the subject into general topics and subtopics discussed in short essays. Includes study questions and Bibliographic Notes. . 8vo 8" - 9" tall. 88 pages. M3 .



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