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  • WRITING THE RANGE: Race, Class, and Culture in the Women's West. by [Anthology, signed] Jameson, Elizabeth and Susan Armitage, editors. Shirley Ann Wilson Moore, signed.
    [Anthology, signed] Jameson, Elizabeth and Susan Armitage, editors. Shirley Ann Wilson Moore, signed.
    WRITING THE RANGE: Race, Class, and Culture in the Women's West.

    Edition: First printing.

    Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, (1997.) dj. SIGNED hardcover first edition - A ground-breaking and very interesting anthology of twenty-nine essays that (as stated on the dustjacket): 'present women of all races as actors in their own lives and in the history of the American West and locate them in a framework that connects gender, race, and class. SIGNED by Shirley Ann Wilson Moore at her essay "Not in Somebody's Kitchen: African American Women Workers in Richmond California and the Impact of World War II" In mythic sagas of the American West, the wide western range offered boundless opportunity to a limited cast of white men [but] women's voices were never heard. 'Writing the Range' allows us to…

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    Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, (1997.) dj. SIGNED hardcover first edition - A ground-breaking and very interesting anthology of twenty-nine essays that (as stated on the dustjacket): 'present women of all races as actors in their own lives and in the history of the American West and locate them in a framework that connects gender, race, and class. SIGNED by Shirley Ann Wilson Moore at her essay "Not in Somebody's Kitchen: African American Women Workers in Richmond California and the Impact of World War II" In mythic sagas of the American West, the wide western range offered boundless opportunity to a limited cast of white men [but] women's voices were never heard. 'Writing the Range' allows us to hear many long-silenced women: Spanish-Mexican settlers and American Indians on New Spain's northern frontiers; Chinese, Basque, Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese, Slavic, and Irish immigrants; film stars Dolores del Rio and Lupe Velez; Navajos and African Americans who moved to Western cities during World War II; and the activist Mothers of East Los Angeles, who organized to resist environmental dangers to their community.' Among the essays are those on Widows & Land in Colonial New Mexico by Yolanda Leyva; Captivity and Identity in New Mexico 1700-1846 by by James F. Brooks; The Women of Lincoln County 1860-1900 by Darlis Miller; Beyond the Stereotype: Chinese Pioneer Women by Annette White-Parks; Basque Women as Hard Workers by Jeronima Echeverria; Women Cross-dressing in the 19th Century West by Evelyn Schlatter, Irish Women in Anaconda, Montana by Laurie Mercer and many more. Photographs. Index and selected bibliographies -including both a general bibliography and others by ethnicity - on African American women, Asian American, etc. 656 pp. ISBN: 0-806129298.

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    Condition: Fine in fine dust jacket (a new copy.)

    Book ID: 67097
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  • WRITING THE RANGE: Race, Class, and Culture in the Women's West. by Jameson, Elizabeth and Susan Armitage, editors.
    Jameson, Elizabeth and Susan Armitage, editors.
    WRITING THE RANGE: Race, Class, and Culture in the Women's West.

    Edition: First printing.

    Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, (1997.) dj. Hardcover first edition - A ground-breaking and very interesting anthology of twenty-nine essays that (as stated on the dustjacket): 'present women of all races as actors in their own lives and in the history of the American West and locate them in a framework that connects gender, race, and class. In mythic sagas of the American West, the wide western range offered boundless opportunity to a limited cast of white men [but] women's voices were never heard. 'Writing the Range' allows us to hear many long-silenced women: Spanish-Mexican settlers and American Indians on New Spain's northern frontiers; Chinese, Basque, Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese, Slavic, and Irish immigrants; film stars Dolores del Rio…

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    Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, (1997.) dj. Hardcover first edition - A ground-breaking and very interesting anthology of twenty-nine essays that (as stated on the dustjacket): 'present women of all races as actors in their own lives and in the history of the American West and locate them in a framework that connects gender, race, and class. In mythic sagas of the American West, the wide western range offered boundless opportunity to a limited cast of white men [but] women's voices were never heard. 'Writing the Range' allows us to hear many long-silenced women: Spanish-Mexican settlers and American Indians on New Spain's northern frontiers; Chinese, Basque, Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese, Slavic, and Irish immigrants; film stars Dolores del Rio and Lupe Velez; Navajos and African Americans who moved to Western cities during World War II; and the activist Mothers of East Los Angeles, who organized to resist environmental dangers to their community.' Among the essays are those on Widows & Land in Colonial New Mexico by Yolanda Leyva; Captivity and Identity in New Mexico 1700-1846 by by James F. Brooks; The Women of Lincoln County 1860-1900 by Darlis Miller; Beyond the Stereotype: Chinese Pioneer Women by Annette White-Parks; Basque Women as Hard Workers by Jeronima Echeverria; Women Cross-dressing in the 19th Century West by Evelyn Schlatter, African American Women Workers in Richmond California and the Impact of World War II by Shirley Ann Wilson Moore; Irish Women in Anaconda, Montana by Laurie Mercer and many more. Photographs. Index and selected bibliographies -including both a general bibliography and others by ethnicity - on African American women, Asian American, etc. 656 pp. ISBN: 0-806129298.

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    Condition: Fine in fine dust jacket (a new copy.)

    Book ID: 32040
    View cart More details Price: $28.50
  • THE NARROWS. by Petry, Ann (1908-1997)
    Petry, Ann (1908-1997)
    THE NARROWS.

    Edition: First printing.

    Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1953. dj. Hardcover first edition - The author's third novel, the story of a tragic interracial love affair in the ficticious small New England town of Monmouth, Connecticut. Petry had grown up in a solid middleclass black family in Conneticut (her father was a pharmacist) so she knew the background well. 428 pp.

    Condition: Near fine in very good dust jacket (lower corner of front cover bumped, price-clipped, some overall edgewear to the dj and chipping at the ends of the spine.)

    Book ID: 69120
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