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Want to Read saving 3/5(9). Medicine as a Profession for Women,in Thoughts on Some Questions Relating to Women,pp., c. 10 pp. Frances Elizabeth Hoggan. Women in Medicine, 1860-1908. book Elizabeth Stanton ed., The Woman Question in Europe, pp,c.
30 pp. Sophia Jex-Blake. Medical Women: A Thesis and a History,c. Mary Scharlieb.  Emily Davies, ‘On Secondary Instruction as Relation to Girls’ (), Thoughts on Some Questions Relating to Women, (Cambridge, ),quoted in Kate Flint, The Woman Reader, Women's education.
Request This. Author Coats, Maggie, Title Women's education / Maggie Coats. Format Book Published Buckingham, [England] ; Bristol, PA, USA: Society for Research into Higher Education & Open University Press, Thoughts on some questions relating to women, Davies, Emily, Book: Language: English: Published: Athens, Ohio: Ohio University Press, Subjects: Working class > History > 19th century > Sources.
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