|LeeAnn Whites and Mary C. Neth||1|
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|Susan Calafate Boyle||15|
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|Judith A. Gilbert||31|
|German-Speaking Women in Nineteenth-Century Missouri: The Immigrant Experience|
|Linda Schelbitzki Pickle||45|
|“May We as One Family Live in Peace and Harmony”: Relations between Mistresses and Slave Women in Antebellum Missouri|
|Diane Mutti Burke||64|
|City Sisters: The Sisters of St. Joseph in Missouri, 1836—1920|
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Publication information: Book title: Women in Missouri History: In Search of Power and Influence. Contributors: Leeann Whites - Editor, Mary C. Neth - Editor, Gary R. Kremer - Editor. Publisher: University of Missouri Press. Place of publication: Columbia, MO. Publication year: 2004. Page number: Not available.
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