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  • Marriage as a Trade (category Gender studies)
    Marriage as a Trade  (1909)  by Cicely Hamilton 1527554Marriage as a TradeCicely Hamilton1909   Marriage as a Trade   BY CICELY HAMILTON AUTHOR
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  • Education of Women (Selassie) (category Gender studies)
    Education of Women  (1965)  by Haile Selassie, translated by Haile Selassie I Press 135474Education of WomenHaile SelassieHaile Selassie I Press1965
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  • Woman Triumphant (category Gender studies)
    Woman Triumphant  (1919)  by Rudolf Cronau 1637414Woman TriumphantRudolf Cronau1919   WOMAN TRIUMPHANT The Story of Her Struggles for Freedom
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  • Popular Science Monthly/Volume 21/July 1882/A Premature Discussion (category Gender studies articles in Popular Science Monthly)
    scientific reasoning over their ignorance. It is a sufficient sign that no real study of the question has yet been made, when we find on. both sides suppositions
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  • Popular Science Monthly/Volume 56/February 1900/President Jordan's Neminism (category Gender studies articles in Popular Science Monthly)
    follows your success? Immediately every State will make it an obligatory study in the public schools, and when, in the distant future, we meet the Chinamen
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  • Popular Science Monthly/Volume 26/February 1885/Physical Training of Girls (category Gender studies articles in Popular Science Monthly)
    Popular Science Monthly Volume 26 February 1885  (1885)  Physical Training of Girls By Lucy M. Hall 944087Popular Science Monthly Volume 26 February
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  • Popular Science Monthly/Volume 28/February 1886/Women in Astronomy (category Gender studies articles in Popular Science Monthly)
    the departments of science and art, and many have shown in astronomical studies talents not usually made manifest in their sex. To begin with ancient times
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  • Popular Science Monthly/Volume 53/August 1898/Women in Science (category Gender studies articles in Popular Science Monthly)
    of all ages and countries who have made useful discoveries or profound studies in the various branches of science. Although M. Rebiere has omitted Miriam
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  • Popular Science Monthly/Volume 31/July 1887/Human Brain-Weights (category Gender studies articles in Popular Science Monthly)
    Popular Science Monthly Volume 31 July 1887  (1887)  Human Brain-Weights By Joseph Simms 1014647Popular Science Monthly Volume 31 July 1887 — Human
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  • Popular Science Monthly/Volume 79/September 1911/The Constitutional Conservatism of Women (category Gender studies articles in Popular Science Monthly)
    Popular Science Monthly Volume 79 September 1911  (1911)  The Constitutional Conservatism of Women By Otto Charles Glaser 1538811Popular Science
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  • Popular Science Monthly/Volume 43/July 1893/The American Woman (category Gender studies articles in Popular Science Monthly)
    the large cities. Not that these, too, do not contain curious types for study, essentially original, and tending in a high degree to reconcile the exigencies
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  • Popular Science Monthly/Volume 6/November 1874/Woman Suffrage as Affecting the Family (category Gender studies articles in Popular Science Monthly)
    matter of course; and, along with it, that large and increasing class of studies embraced under the name "social." Every one of these, intelligently cultivated
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  • Author:Honoré de Balzac (category Author pages with gender in Wikidata)
    Firmiani A Second Home Domestic Peace The Imaginary Mistress Study of a Woman Another Study of a Woman La Grand Breteche Albert Savarus Letters of Two Brides
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  • Popular Science Monthly/Volume 53/August 1898/Education for Domestic Life (category Gender studies articles in Popular Science Monthly)
    Popular Science Monthly Volume 53 August 1898  (1898)  Education for Domestic Life By Mary Roberts Smith 1393843Popular Science Monthly Volume 53
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  • Author:Herman Melville (category Author pages with gender in Wikidata)
    ed.), 1911 D. H. Lawrence's Studies in Classic American Literature: Herman Melville's Moby Dick D. H. Lawrence's Studies in Classic American Literature:
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  • Popular Science Monthly/Volume 64/January 1904/The Successful Women of America (category Gender studies articles in Popular Science Monthly)
    therefore all comparisons entirely aside, it seemed worth while to make a study, as far as was possible, of those women who have achieved in public or professional
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  • Popular Science Monthly/Volume 54/March 1899/Shall We Teach our Daughters the Value of Money? (category Gender studies articles in Popular Science Monthly)
    Popular Science Monthly Volume 54 March 1899  (1899)  Shall We Teach our Daughters the Value of Money? By Alexandra L. B. Ide 1397591Popular Science
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  • Author:Joseph Jacobs (category Author pages with gender in Wikidata)
    the Royal Academy of History, Madrid. Author of Jews of Angevin England; Studies in Biblical Archaeology; &c This author wrote articles for the 1911 Encyclopædia
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  • Popular Science Monthly/Volume 86/June 1915/The Celibate Women of To-Day (category Gender studies articles in Popular Science Monthly)
    more positively, the celibate woman retains her freedom of action. Through study, travel, art, science or society, she may reach a degree of self-realization
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