Collective Biographies of WomenAn Annotated Bibliography
Wittenmyer, Annie. The Women of the Reformation. New York: Phillips & Hunt; Cincinnati, OH: Cranston & Stowe, 1885.
Author of memoirs and handbook of women's Civil War work and of Women's Work for Jesus (1871; Methodist churchwomen); co-author with Frances Willard of History of the Woman's Temperance Crusade (1878). An account of the important work performed by women of the Reformation.
TOC: Joan, Mother of Richard II. of England; Anne of Bohemia, Queen of Richard II; The Reformation in Bohemia; Marguerite of Valois, Sister of Francis I. of France; Renee, Daughter of Louis XII. of France, Duchess of Ferrara; Jeanne d'Albret, the Illustrious Queen of Navarre; Charlotte de Bourbon, Princess of Orange; Louise de Coligny, Princess of Orange; The Reformation in England; Anne Boleyn, Second Queen of Henry VIII; Catharine Parr, Sixth Queen of Henry VIII; Lady Jane Grey; Catherine Willoughby, Duchess of Suffolk; Queen Elizabeth of England; The Reformation in Germany - Catherine Von Bora; Princess Elizabeth, Electress of Brandenburg; Elizabeth, Duchess of Brunswick-Calenberg; Elizabeth Knox, Wife of John Welsh; Lady Anne Cunningham, Marchioness of Hamilton; Lady Margaret Douglas, Marchioness of Argyll; Lady Anne, Duchess of Hamilton; Barbara Cunningham, Lady Caldwell; Lady Anne Lindsay, Countess of Rothes; Lady Anne Mackenzie, Countess of Balcarres, Afterward Countess of Argyll, and Her Daughters Lady Sophia and Lady Henrietta Campbell; Lady Grisell Hume - Lady Baillie of Jerviswood.
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