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Votes for women! : American suffragists and the battle for the ballot

Conkling, Winifred author.

The story of the American women who demanded, fought for, and finally won the right to vote.

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Joan of Arc

Gordon, Mary, 1949-

Joan of Arc, a French woman who wore men’s armor, led an army, and was burned at the stake, lived from 1412 to 1431. She has been a source of fascination for over five hundred years.

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The Modern Feminist Movement: 60s and 70s

Gorman, Jacqueline Laks, 1955-

Describes what life was like for American women in the 1960s and 1970s, discussing such aspects as the beginning of modern feminism.

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Emma Goldman: Revolution as a Way of Life

Gornick, Vivian

"Emma Goldman" is the story of a modern radical who took seriously the idea that inner liberation is the first business of social revolution.

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Women in Science

Ignotofsky, Rachel, 1989-

A collection of artworks inspired by the lives and achievements of fifty famous women in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.

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Rosie: a Detroit Herstory

Isgro, Bailey Sisoy author.

Rosie, a Detroit Herstory is a story for young readers about women workers during World War II.

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Amelia Earhart: Biography

Rich, Doris L.

Amelia Earhart soared from obscurity to fame as the best-known female aviator in the world. Read about her legacy through the in depth research of Doris L. Rich.

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Hidden Figures: The Picture Book

Shetterly, Margot Lee author.

Explores the previously uncelebrated but pivotal contributions of NASA's African American women mathematicians to America's space program.

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I am Malala

Yousafzai, Malala, 1997-

Describes the life of the young Pakistani student who advocated for women's rights and education in the Taliban-controlled Swat Balley, survived an assassination attempt, and became the youngest nominee for the Nobel Peace Prize.

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