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HIST 3910 Race and Gender in Early America   Tags: ethnic studies, history, united_states_history, women  

Library and Internet resources that will be useful in studying and researching about race and gender in early America.
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William Penn's Treaty With the Indians 1681, by Edward Hicks

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