This paintings investigates women's monetary, social, political and cultural heritage, encompassing all ethnic and racial teams and religions. It presents a common creation to the background of girls in industrializing the United States. either a heritage of girls and a heritage of the U.S., its chronology is formed via monetary phases and political occasions.
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