Collective Biographies of WomenAn Annotated Bibliography
Sweetser, Kate Dickinson. Ten American Girls From History. Illustrated by George Alfred Williams. New York: Harper, 1917.
TOC: Pocahontas: the Indian Girl of the Virginia Forest; Dorothy Quincy: the Girl of Colonial Days Who Heard the First Gun Fired for Independence; Molly Pitcher: the Brave Gunner of the Battle of Monmouth; Elizabeth Van Lew: the Girl Who Risked All That Slavery Might Be Abolished and the Union Preserved; Ida Lewis: the Girl Who Kept Lime Rock Burning; a Heroic Life-Saver; Clara Barton: “The Angel of the Battlefields.”; Virginia Reed: Midnight Heroine of the Plains in Pioneer Days of America; Louisa M. Alcott: Author of “Little Women.”; Clara Morris: the Girl Who Won Fame as an Actress; Anna Dickinson: the Girl Orator.
Author of Ten Boys From History (1910), Boys and Girls from George Eliot (Duffield, 1906), and Ten Girls From Dickens (1905), with Williams illustrations and published by Harper unless otherwise noted.
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