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American Women's Diaries (New England)

Title:  American Women's Diaries (New England)

Location:  Jerome Library Main Microforms; Microfilm HQ 1412 .A44

Format and Number of Reels/Fiche/Cards:  Microfilm; 21 reels of 35mm microfilm.

Publisher:  Readex Film Product

Content Description:  A microreproduction of diaries written by women in New England during the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries. The women (and the years of their diaries) are Susan E.P.B. Forbes (1841-1908); Ruth Henshaw Bascom (1789-1846); Caroline Barrett White (1849-1915); Abigail Gardner Drew (1799-1817); Hannah Davis Gale (1837-1838); Luisa Adams Park (1800-1801); Sally Ripley (1799-1801 and 1805-1809); and Martha "Patty" Rogers (1785).

Language(s):  English

Arrangement:  The collection is arranged by author.

Index/Bibliography:  Guide and Index to Women's Diaries: Segment I: New England Women (REF HQ 1412 .A44 Guide 1) describes the contents of each diary. The descriptions of the diaries that are on more than one reel include a synopsis of the contents for each reel.

Subject Categories:  History; Women's Studies

Keywords:  america, american, united states, women, woman, diary, diaries, journals

Time Period:  18th century; 19th century; 20th century