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FRENCHMAN'S BAY LIBRARY
Route 1, Sullivan, in the Sullivan-Sorrento Recreation Center (0.2 miles north of the Hancock-Sullivan bridge)
PO BOX 215
1776 US Highway 1
Sullivan, ME 04664
March is Women's History Month.
Books highlighted for March 2023 “Women’s History Month"
Women who run with Wolves by Clarissa Pinkola Estés
Myths and Stories of the wild woman archetype
Why they Marched by Susan Ware
Untold stories of women who fought for the right to vote.
Hope by Jane Goodall
The survival guide for trying times
I am a girl from Africa by Elizabeth Nyamayaro
Memoir about a young girls near death experience which
sparked her lifelong dedication to humanitarian work
The Agitators by Dorothy Wickenden
About three women who advocated for the end of slavery and
fought for women’s rights.
No place for a woman by Janann Sherman
The life of Maine Senator Margaret Chase Smith
Women’s Bodies, Women’s Wisdom by Christiane Northrup.
A women’s owners manual
Ruth Bader Ginsburg by Jane De Hart
Comprehensive Biography of Ginsberg’s life
A Lady’s life in the Rocky Mountains by Isabella l. Bird
1873 trip in the Rocky Mountains alone.
Covered Wagon Women compiled by Kenneth Holmes
Diaries and letters from the western trails, 1875-1883
The Girls of Atomic City by Denise Kiernan
The untold story of women who helped win World War II.
Madeleine Albright – Memo to the President Elect by Madeleine Albright
How we can restore America’s reputation and Leadership
Ladies of Liberty – the women who shaped our nation by Cokie Roberts
Examining the lives and times of women who shaped America
Beatrix Potter – A life in Nature by Linda Lear
An in depth biography of Beatrix Potter
The Night Watchman by Louise Erdrich
Louise Erdrich’s grandfathers fight against Native dispossession
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