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North American Women’s Letters and Diaries


This full-text database, from Alexander Street Press, should be of interest to individuals working in a variety of disciplines including gender studies, history, and politics. With coverage starting in 1675, including items ranging from such things as a letter describing a smallpox epidemic in Virginia in 1792 to diaries, journals, and other materials through the 1950s, this should be an invaluable resource for people interested in understanding the experience of women in America.

This product is available now on the UVM Libraries website http://library.uvm.edu under Find Articles and More–Alphabetical List as well as Subject List–History and Subject List–Women’s and Gender Studies. Questions about this product can be referred to the liaison librarian for Women and Gender Studies, Daisy Benson — daisy.benson@uvm.edu.

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