"The whole crowd of the gang" : keeping the new woman down in Missouri
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This article discusses Missouri women and the ideal of the "New Woman" around the turn of the twentieth century. It includes the story of Euphemia Koller, a Missouri woman who helped her sister, Mollie Heinbach, fight for the property of her deceased husband. Other women discussed include Kate Richards O'Hare, Charlotte Rumbold, and Florence Hayward.
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