Marriage of Pocahontas and John Rolfe
Marries John Rolfe, 1613 [The Learning Page, Library of Congress]
LaPlante, Eva. American
Jezebel [Interview online]. Interviewed by Dick
Gordon. The Connection. National Public Radio, 19 March 2004. Available
LaPlante is the author of American Jezebel: The Uncommon Life of Anne
Hutchinson, the Woman Who Defeated the Puritans (Harper, 2004).
Bradstreet: America's First Poet includes an interview with poet
Charlotte Gordon, author of Mistress Bradstreet: The Untold Life of
America's First Poet.
Norton, Mary Beth. Sex,
Religion, and Society in Early America; or, a 17th-Century Maryland
Menage a Trois and its Consequences
[lecture online]. Talking History, 14 September 2000. Available
Puritan Maiden's Diary, 1675 [Pages from Her Story, Library of
Salem witch trials.
Norton, Mary Beth. Salem
Witch Trials [Interview online]. Interviewed by
Eileen Dugan. Talking History, October 2002. Available
Reis, Elizabeth. Women
and Witchcraft in Colonial Salem,
Massachusetts. Interviewed by Bryan Le Beau, Talking History, 29
October 1998. Available from: http://talkinghistory.oah.org/arch1998.html.
Properly Belongs to Every Christian Man, 1708 is part of the Library
of Virginia's Working Out Her
Eliza Lucas Pinckney helps introduce the cultivation of indigo to South
A brief profile of Eliza
Lucas Pinckney appears in Enterprising Women: 250
Years of American Business.
Homecoming tells the story of Priscilla, a 10 year old girl taken on a
slave ship from Sierra Leone to South Carolina in 1756.
American Women's History: A Timeline
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