Sharon Hartman Strom

Sharon Hartman Strom is an American historian, women's studies scholar, educator, and writer. She is known for her work in United States 19th and 20th-century history, including the study of women’s rights, sexuality, labor, race, and gender. Strom is a Professor Emerita of History at University of Rhode Island.

She received a Ph.D. from Cornell University in 1969. Provided by Wikipedia
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    Fortune, fame, and desire : promoting the self in the long nineteenth century / by Strom, Sharon Hartman

    Published 2016
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    Political woman : Florence Luscomb and the legacy of radical reform / by Strom, Sharon Hartman

    Published 2001
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    The Knowledge Base for Teaching by Strom, Sharon Hartman

    Published 1991
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    Women's rights / by Strom, Sharon Hartman

    Published 2003
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    Confederates in the tropics : Charles Swett's travelogue of 1868 / by Strom, Sharon Hartman

    Published 2011
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    The knowledge base for teaching by Strom, Sharon Hartman

    Published 1991
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    Government Document Microfilm Book
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    Moving the mountain : women working for social change / by Cantarow, Ellen

    Published 1980
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    Moving the mountain : women working for social change / by Cantarow, Ellen

    Published 1980
    Other Authors:
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    eBook
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    Moving the mountain : women working for social change / by Cantarow, Ellen

    Published 1980
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