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The Life & Legacy of the Most Influential Women in History - 100+ Memoirs & Biographies - cover

The Life & Legacy of the Most Influential Women in History - 100+ Memoirs & Biographies

Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Julia Ward Howe, Emmeline Pankhurst, Mother Jones, Helen Wright, Margaret Sanger, Helen Keller, Catherine H. Birney, Sarah H. Bradford

Publisher: Musaicum Books

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Musaicum Books presents to you memoirs, biographies and stories about the most incredible women in history, their lives and their legacies:
Eighty Years and More by Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Helen Keller: The Story of My Life
Harriet Tubman, the Moses of Her People
Reminiscences by Julia Ward Howe
My Own Story by Emmeline Pankhurst
The Autobiography of Mother Jones
Sweeper in the Sky: The Life of Maria Mitchell
Margaret Sanger: An Autobiography
The Life of Florence Nightingale
The Grimké Sisters
Roswitha the Nun
Marie de France
Mechthild of Magdeburg
Countess of Artois
Christine de Pisan
Agnes Sorel
Alcestis
Antigone
Iphigenia
Paula
Catherine Douglas
Lady Jane Grey
Flora Macdonald
Madame Roland
Grace Darling
Sister Dora
Florence Nightingale
Lucretia
Sappho
Aspasia of Pericles
Xantippe
Aspasia of Cyrus
Cornelia, the Mother of the Gracchi
Portia
Octavia
Cleopatra
Mariamne
Julia Domna
Zenobia
Valeria
Eudocia
Hypatia
The Wife of Maximus
The Lady Rowena
Olga
The Lady Elfrida
The Countess of Tripoli
Jane, Countess of Mountfort
Laura de Sade
The Countess of Richmond
Elizabeth Woodville
Jane Shore
Catharine of Arragon
Augustina Saragoza
Charlotte Brontë…
Marie Antoinette
Sarah Siddons
Mrs Grant
Elizabeth Inchbald
Elizabeth Hamilton
Countess de Vemieiro
Joanna Baillie
Josephine
Anne Radcliffe
Miss Edgeworth
Charlotte Corday
Madame de Stael
Madame de la Rochejaquelein
Madame Recamier
Mary Brunton
Felicia Hemans
Augustina Saragoza
Charlotte Bronte
Queen Anne
Esther Johnson
Esther Vanhomrigh
Mary Astell
Madame des Ursins
Lady Grizel Jerviswoode
Madame de Pontchartrain
Elizabeth Halkett
Lady Mary Wortley Montagu
Madame du Deffand
Phœbe Bentley
Marquise du Chatelet
Lady Huntingdon
Flora Macdonald
Madame Roland
Grace Darling
Sister Dora
Maria Theresa
Meta Moller
Elizabeth Blackwell
Lætitia Barbauld
Hannah More
Anna Seward
Catherine Cockburn
Elizabeth Berkeleigh...

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