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The Timetables of Women’s History
A Chronology of the Most Important People and Events in Women’s History
Karen Greenspan, Simon & Schuster, ©1994

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This chronology, interspersed with small illustrations, begins with Bronze Age findings and ends in 1992. Beyond listing major events and chief participants, it provides occasional sidebar information about its listings relevant topics or more in-depth biographies of its personalities. Topics: General/Context; Daily Life; Humanities/Fine Arts; Occupations; Education; Performing Arts/Entertainment/Sports; Religion/Philosophy; Science/ Technology; Statecraft/Military; and for later centuries, Reform.

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