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Some Women/Law-Related Library of Congress subjects from the database of records for HeinOnline's Women and the Law (Peggy) collection:
Are women people?: a book of rhymes for suffrage times / by Alice Duer Miller.
Banner bearers: tales of the suffrage campaigns / by Oreola Williams Haskell ; with an introduction by Ida Husted Harper.
Catalog of literature for advisers of young women and girls: an annotated list of more than two thousand titles of the most representative and useful books and periodical articles for the use of deans and other advisers of young women and girls / compiled by Anna Eloise Pierce.
Delinquent daughters: protecting and policing adolescent female sexuality in the United States, 1885-1920 / Mary E. Odem.
Eminent women: recipients of the National Achievement Award / by Virgilia Sapieha, Ruth Neely, Mary Love Collins.
Famous women of yesterday and today / by Cornelia Spencer Love.
Good wives, nasty wenches, and anxious patriarchs: gender, race, and power in colonial Virginia / Kathleen M. Brown.
Her father's partner: the story of a lady lawyer / by Alice M. McClanahan.
I am a woman worker: a scrapbook of autobiographies / edited by Andria Taylor Hourwich and Gladys L. Palmer.
Job options for women in the 80's / [Ruth Robinson Hernandez].
Know your rights: what a working wife should know about her legal rights.
Ladies in revolt / by Abbie Graham.
Married women's rights and liabilities in relation to contracts, torts and trusts / by Montague Lush.
Native American women and equal opportunity: how to get ahead in the Federal Government / U.S. Department of Labor, Women's Bureau.
One woman's fight / Vashti Cromwell McCollum.
Pioneer women orators: rhetoric in the ante-bellum reform movement / by Lillian O'Connor.
Quansheng Chen interview.
Rebel in petticoats: the life of Elizabeth Cady Stanton / [Winifred E. Wise].
Strengthening support & recruitment of women & minorities to positions in education administration: a resource manual.
Telling histories: Black women historians in the ivory tower / edited by Deborah Gray White.
Untidy origins: a story of woman's rights in antebellum New York / Lori D. Ginzberg.
Veterans Health Administration: gender-specific health care services for women veterans / Jared S. Sussman.
Why women cry: or, Wenches with wrenches / by Elizabeth Hawes.
Your marriage and the law / Harriet F. Pilpel and Theodora Zavin.
Zahara Nampewo on gender empowerment and sexual and reproductive health and rights in Uganda.