Providence, 1630-1800

Providence, 1630-1800

Women Are Part of Its History

Book - 2002
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A true history of Providence cannot be written without acknowledging that women, as well as men, carved this new city out of the wilderness, shaped it, and gave it a permanence of which to be proud. Ms. Mills not only includes women in this history, but emphasizes women white colonists, Native Americans, indentured servants, and slaves. The women s role was so crucial from the beginning that it might be fair to say there would never have been a Providence if the men had not brought their wives and children with them when they came to this new land. M2078HB - 35.00
Publisher: Bowie, Md. : Heritage Books, 2002.
ISBN: 9780788420788
Branch Call Number: 974.52 M624
974.52 M624
Characteristics: 415 pages : illustrations, folded genealogical tables ; 21 cm.


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