Seven of these digital editions of previously published books were written by women. In her autobiography and other writings, Mary Tanner covers life as a polygamous wife, her love for her children, and dedication to the Mormon faith. Alice...
Frontier and pioneer life; Governors' spouses; Marriage; Mormon pioneers; Mormon women; Polygamy; Religion; Women pioneers;
United States -- Idaho; United States -- Montana; United States -- Utah
This collection contains the collected works of nineteenth century Louisiana French writer Sidonie de la Houssaye (1820-1894), as well as correspondence, a scrapbook, and newspaper clippings about her life and writings.
Constance Fauntleroy Runcie founded the Runcie Club in St. Joseph, Missouri in 1894, and served as its president until her death in 1911. In addition to Runcie's writings (e.g., Woman, An Essay), this collection documents the activities of the...
Social life and customs; Societies and Clubs; Women authors
This collection includes 200 of Bethune's illustrations of the seasons of the Church year and various saints; more than 70 brush and ink drawings for the Catholic Worker newspaper and other publications; and a selection of Bethune's writings.
Catholic artists; Catholic Worker Movement; Christian art and symbolism; Religion; Women artists;
Highlights from this site iclude an image gallery with over 600 photographs of Cather and related subjects; full text of selected novels and other writings; a text analysis tool; Cather's a ten second silent movie clip from the only known moving...
Ellen Call Long's diary notes the progress and conclusion of the Civil War, and the assassination of Lincoln. Long's correspondence documents her experience as a member of Confederate memorial associations and women's organizations; correspondence...
Civil War, 1861-1865; Societies and clubs; Women authors;
United States -- Florida
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