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New Haven, CT:Yale University Press. 1973. 356pp. 1st. edition. In very good, clean condition. Dust jacket also in very good condition. S013. *"A pioneering teacher, a writer on moral and religious topics, and an avid publicist for women's education, her name became a household word in the 1840's due to the enormous success of her Treatise on Domestic Economy. This perceptive biography offers new insights into the shifting contours of the nineteenth century female experience and is a significant contribution to the intellectual and social history of the period."
Plymouth, MA:(Privately printed). (1925). Second edition. Soft cover. Internally a very good, tight clean copy; free of stray markings. Covers show some light wear to the edges and spine with a little light soiling.
Amherst:University of Massachusetts Press. (1996). 296pp. Hardcover. In very good condition. Covers lightly shelf-worn with some gilt on front cover worn. Title in gilt on spine still bright. Internally, pages clean and bright with no previous owners marks or signatures. Some soiling from dust residue on page edges. Overall, a very good, clean copy.
Laywomen and Almswomen. London:George Routledge & Sons. 1930. 391pp. Illustrated. Hardcover. Boards are worn at the edges and edge-points, but are in very good condition. Interior is clean and bright, with no errant markings whatsoever. Overall, this is a very good copy.
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