Wild Women of Washington, D.C.: A History of Disorderly Conduct from the Ladies of the District
Fiery suffragettes, unconventional first ladies and rebellious socialites--turning up their noses at ladylike behavior, these pioneering women of Washington, D.C., shattered the expectations of a tightly corseted society. From pioneering photographers and newspaperwomen to enterprising madams and soldiers in disguise, author Canden Schwantes introduces readers to the decidedly daring and wild women of the capital. Paperback; 123 pages.
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