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Bold Women in Indiana History

Bold Women in Indiana History

by Louise Hillery

From Marie Bailly, the first settler in northwest Indiana, to the high-flying Margaret Ray Ringenberg, and from Mother Théodore Guérin, a Catholic nun who was later canonized as a saint, to Vivian Carter, founder of a popular Gary record label, the women portrayed in Bold Women in Indiana History broke down barriers of sexism, racism, and political opposition to emerge as heroines of their time.


Ages: 12-up
ISBN: 9780878426553
Price: $14.00
Published by: Mountain Press

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