Published October 1995
by Oregon State University Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||352|
Pacific Northwest women, lives, memories, and writings. by. Ward, Jean M; Maveety, Elaine A. Publication date. Topics. American literature, Frontier and pioneer life, Women pioneers, Women pioneers, American literature, American literature, American literature. : This remarkable collection of stories, essays, memoirs, letters, and poems challenges many myths about women who lived and worked -- and wrote -- in the early c Northwest Women gives voice and interpretation to the experiences of a diverse group of thirty women, among them African-Americans, American Indians, and a Chinese American, all of whom lived in Oregon and Washington.4/5(1). A collection of stories, essays, memoirs, letters, and poems by 30 women of the Pacific Northwest, arranged in sections on connecting with nature, coping with . Genre/Form: Biographies Literary collections Electronic books Biography: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Pacific Northwest women,
OSU Press › Find Books › Titles › Pacific Northwest Women, Table of Contents. Introduction. Part I: Connecting With Nature Nancy Perkins Wynecoop "The Song of the Generous Supply and Able-One, My Grandmother" "Able-One Was Afraid Emily Inez Denny. Pacific Northwest Women is a step toward regional recovery and interpretation of women's diverse voices, lives, and experiences. Pacific Northwest Women The lives and words of the thirty women who appear in this volume, along with the dozens of others we could not include, have sometimes amazed and frequently touched us during the course of this project. Pacific Northwest Women, Reviews "The extraordinary lives of thirty ordinary women in the Northwest are depicted through the use of their stories, letters, memoirs, and poems; history at its most personal, and utterly fascinating.". "This book contributes to the task of bringing the lives of Northwest women out of the shadows and provides an excellent model for others to follow. It is of value for the specialist in women's history as well as anyone interested in exploring all the corridors of Pacific Northwest history."―Oregon Historical QuarterlyReviews: 5.
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