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Primary Sources

Below are some selected primary source collections by women that are available in database form.  Also see the Finding Primary Sources guide for more information about locating primary sources.

ISearchable collection of full-text of letters and diaries.
Collection of primary source material from women, written 1675 - 1996.

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Reba Leiding

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