By Carol Berkin
Indian, ecu, and African ladies of 17th and eighteenth-century the United States have been defenders in their homeland, pioneers at the frontier, prepared immigrants, and brave slaves. They have been additionally - as conventional scholarship has a tendency to overlook - as very important as males in shaping American tradition and heritage. This amazing paintings is a gripping portrait that offers early-American ladies their right position in history.
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