Table of contents for Mississippi women : their histories, their lives / edited by Martha H. Swain, Elizabeth Anne Payne, Marjorie Julian Spruill ; associate editor, Susan Ditto.

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Foreword by Anne Firor Scott	000
Preface by Martha H. Swain	000
Part 1: Confronting Challenges	1
Felicit, Girodeau (1791-1860): Racial and Religious Identity in Antebellum Natchez
	Emily Clark	000
Winnie Davis (1864-1898): The Challenges of Daughterhood
	Cita Cook	000
Nellie Nugent Somerville (1863-1952): Mississippi Reformer, Suffragist, and Politician
	Marjorie Julian Spruill	000
Belle Kearney (1863-1939): Mississippi Gentlewoman and Slaveholder's Daughter
	Joanne Varner Hawks	000
Pauline Van de Graaf Orr (1861-1955): Feminist Education in Mississippi
	Sarah Wilkerson-Freeman	000
Part 2: Becoming Professionals	000
Kate Freeman Clark (1875-1957): An Artist and a Lady
	Kathleen McClain Jenkins	000
Blanche Colton Williams (1879-1944): Mentor of Southern Women's Literature
	Bridget Smith Pieschel	000
Elizabeth Lee Hazen (1885-1975): A Mississippi Microbiologist's Quest for a Cure
	David D. Carson	000
Burnita Shelton Matthews (1894-1988): The Struggle for Women's Rights
	Kate Greene	000
Minnie Brewer (1898-1978): The Life and Times of a Flapper Feminist
	Dorothy Shawhan	000
Eudora Welty (1909-2001): En Route to A Curtain of Green
	Suzanne Marrs	000
Part 3: Extending Rights	000
Sadye Wier (1905-1995): A Life of Independence and Service
	John F. Marszalek	000
Hazel Brannon Smith (1914-1994): Journalist under Siege
	Mark Newman	000
Margaret Walker Alexander (1915-1998): Voicing Form
	Robert A. Harris	000
Fannie Lou Hamer (1917-1977): A New Voice in American Democracy
	Linda Reed	000
Mae Bertha Carter (1923-1999): School Desegregation in a Delta Town
	Constance Curry	000
Vera Mae Pigee (1925-): Mothering the Movement
	Fran‡oise N. Hamlin	000
For Further Research	000
List of Contributors	000
Index	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Women Mississippi Biography