Twentieth-Century Girls: Coming of Age in the Twentieth Century, Stories from Minnesota and Beyond

Forman-Brunell, Miriam
September 2007
Journal of American History;Sep2007, Vol. 94 Issue 2, p661
Academic Journal
The article reviews the website Twentieth-Century Girls: Coming of Age in the Twentieth Century, Stories from Minnesota and Beyond, which is available at http://www.mnsu.edu/mngirls.


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