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What a Young Woman Ought to Know (Dodo Press) - Mary Wood-Allen
What a Young Woman Ought to Know (Dodo Press)
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Mrs. Mary Wood-Allen, M.D. (1841-1908) was the National Superintendent of the Purity department, Woman's Christian Temperance Union. She occupied a prominent and influential position in the women's social movement during the late nineteenth century. She published a series of books entitled Self... show more
Mrs. Mary Wood-Allen, M.D. (1841-1908) was the National Superintendent of the Purity department, Woman's Christian Temperance Union. She occupied a prominent and influential position in the women's social movement during the late nineteenth century. She published a series of books entitled Self and Sex with titles including What a Young Girl Ought to Know (1897) and What a Young Woman Ought to Know (1899). Her other works include: Almost a Man (1895), Marvels of Our Bodily Dwelling (1899), Child Confidence Rewarded (1903), Teaching Truth (1907) and Almost a Woman (1907).
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9781409975816 (1409975819)
Publisher: Dodo Press
Pages no: 196
Edition language: English
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