The proceedings of "What Does It Mean To Be An Educated Woman" have now been published together as a free e-book.
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This guide has information on how to locate manuscript collections, historical and modern books, periodicals, and other resources on the topic of women and education. Manuscript collections at Duke University's Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collections Library include personal papers of professional educators, schoolgirl diaries and lesson books, and records of women's schools and women's educational organizations.
A brief narrative history of women at Duke University and a guide to resources in the Duke University Archives.
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