Girlhood stories of famous women

Clothilde of Burgundy, Judith of France, Dagmar of Denmark, Eleanor of Poitou, Philippa of Hainault, Jacquelin of Hainault, Yolanda of Aragon, Isabella of Portugal, Elizabeth of England, Mary of Scotland, Vittoria Colonna, Marie Antoinette, Louise Vigée, Martha Washington by Katherine Dunlap Cather

Publisher: The Century Co. in New York, London

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Statementby Katherine Dunlap Cather ...
LC ClassificationsCT3205 .C3
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 336 p.
Number of Pages336
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Open LibraryOL6668949M
LC Control Number24022010

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