Notable Women Series
Books in the Series
of the Bay State
Women of the Golden State
of the Lone Star State
of the Constitution State
series featuring prominent and often
under-recognized women from every state, the
book is a must for
both classroom and library.
will love this easy-to-use introduction
Each profile includes:
One or two
illustrations of the woman
A turning-point event
in the person’s life
A short biography
fascinating additional facts about
the profiled woman or her times.
An extensive timeline
Ideas for further
reading and research
A glossary of
The book is
perfect for units on women’s studies,
biography, or just for fun. Each
chapter has been
extensively researched. A partial
appears at the end of the book.
research bibliography is available in
by Apprentice Shop Books
On March 3, 1879, Belva
became the first woman allowed to
practice law before the Supreme Court.
After swimming the English
Gertrude Ederle became very popular in the
United States. She was the first woman to
receive a ticker-tape parade in New York.
In April 16, 1912, Harriet Quimby,
America's first woman pilot, became the
first woman to fly across the English Channel.
News of her flight was lost in the back pages
of the newspapers. Dominating the front
pages was news of the sinking of the Titanic.
about these and 22 other
remarkable women from Connecticut.
Each profile includes a biography, illustrations,
a timeline, additional fun facts, sources
for further reading, and a glossary.
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