Williams, S. W. Queenly Women, Crowned and Uncrowned. Toledo, OH: Hood, [1880s?]. Cincinnati: Cranston and Stowe, [1885].

TOC: Wife of the Father of His Country (Martha Washington); The Wife of Napoleon (Josephine); (The Wife of Luther (Catherine Von Bora); Consecrated Talents (Hannah More); The Missionary Heroine (Ann Hasseltine Judson); The Model Queen (Isabella of Spain); The Enigma of History (Mary, Queen of Scots); The Female Howard (Elizabeth Fry); An Angel of Mercy (Florence Nightingale); Africa's Benefactress (Mrs. Ann Wilkins); The Mother of Reformers (Susannah Wesley); The Greek Matron (Penelope); The Roman Matron (Cornelia); The India Maiden (Pocahontas); The Poetess of the Affections (Frances Sargent Osgood); The Songstress of Liberty (Elizabeth Barrett Browning); The Martyr Queen (Marie Antoinette); The Female Girondist (Madame Roland); Light Sown in Darkness (Charlotte Bronte); The Missionary Poet (Emily C. Judson); Walking with God (Mrs. Mary Fletcher); Exalted Piety and Noble Rank (Lady Huntingdon); Piety and Royalty (Helena, Duchess of Orleans); The Martial Heroine (The Maid of Saragossa); Foundress of a School for the Prophets (Mrs. Eliza Garrett); The Champion of Freedom (Harriet Beecher Stowe); The Female Sculptor (Harriet E. Hosmer); The Female Painter (Rosa Bonheur); A Political Authoress (Madame de Staël; The Patroness of Letters (Queen Elizabeth); A Victim of Crime (Beatrice Cenci); The Wife of a Patriot (Abigail Adams).

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