- Harriet Beecher Stowe -- Biography of the author of Uncle
- The Yellow Wallpaper -- This site has an online version
of "The Yellow Wallpaper", Charlotte Perkins Gilman's story of a
woman's decent into insanity published in the late 1800's. It also
has the author's reply to responses to her story.
- Louisa May Alcott -- A short biography of Louisa May Alcott,
the author of Little Women, a women's rights and temperance activist.
- Literature Links --This is a collection of internet resources
devoted primarily to English and American literature. Excellent
list of links for all eras in literature. Some links get you to
on-line texts of thousands of literary works. For example, I found
the complete text of Cather's My Antonia.
- 19th Century Native Americans --This site contains both
book reviews and biographical information of notable Native Americans,
including Zitkala-Sa. Native American myths and short stories are
featured, as well.
- Hotlist of 18th and 19th Century American Authors -- Hotlist
of 18th and 19th C. American authors with links to websites and
e-texts, incl. works by Margaret Fuller, Dickinson, Kate Chopin,
Harriet Beecher Stowe, and others. These e-texts contain the actual
works for one to read and print out from the net under the laws
of public domain.
- 19c. African American Women Writers
-- Archive of African American women's writings. Includes online
text of Harper's Iola Leroy, Jacobs Incidents in the Life
of a Slave Girl, and many lesser known authors and works. You
can browse the holdings by author, title, or genre.
Women's Work in Math and the Sciences
- 4000 Years of Women in Science --- Biographies of women
throughout history who made scientific contributions. The site includes
many 19th century women.
- Women Mathematicians --More than 60 women mathematicians
just from the 19th century are included here, with biographical
and career information about each.
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