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Lynn Abrams. The Making of Modern Woman: Europe, 1789-1918. Longman. 2002. 382pp.

Angela Boswell; Judith N. McArthur (editor). Women Shaping the South: Creating and Confronting Change. University of Missouri Press. 2006. 269pp.

Linda L. Clark. Women and Achievement in Nineteenth-Century Europe. Cambridge University Press. 2008. 312pp.

Catherine Clinton; Christine Lunardini. The Columbia Guide to American Women in the Nineteenth Century. Columbia University Press. 2005. 331pp.

Sara Margaret Evans. Born for Liberty: A History of Women in America. Simon and Schuster. 1997. 408pp.

Laura Hapke. Daughters of the Great Depression: Women, Work, and Fiction in the American 1930s. University of Georgia Press. 1997. 312pp.

Susan M. Hartmann. The Home Front and Beyond: American Women in the 1940s. Twayne. 1982. 235pp.

Angela Kershaw; Angela Kimyongür (editor). Women in Europe Between the Wars: Politics, Culture and Society. Ashgate Publishing. 2007. 249pp.

Beth Light; Veronica Strong-Boag. True Daughters of the North: Canadian Women's History: An Annotated Bibliography. Ontario Institute for Studies in Education. 1980. 210pp.

Fiona McHardy; Eireann Marshall (editor). Women's Influence on Classical Civilization. Routledge. 2004. 196pp.

June Purvis. Women's History: Britain, 1850-1945: An Introduction. Routledge. 1995. 341pp.

Alison Sim. The Tudor Housewife. McGill-Queen's University Press. 2001. 192pp.

June Sochen. Herstory: A Woman's View of American History. Alfred Publishing Co.. 1974. 448pp.

Martha Vicinus. A Widening Sphere: Changing Roles of Victorian Women. Indiana University Press. 1977. 326pp.

Elizabeth Wilson. Only Halfway to Paradise: Women in Postwar Britain, 1945-1968. Tavistock. 1980. 233pp.

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