A Companion to First Ladies (Wiley Blackwell Companions to by PDF

ISBN-10: 1118732189

ISBN-13: 9781118732182

This quantity explores greater than centuries of literature at the First girls, from Martha Washington to Michelle Obama, delivering the 1st historiographical evaluation of those very important girls in U.S. historical past.

• Underlines the transforming into scholarly appreciation of the 1st girls and the evolution of the location because the 18th century
• Explores the impression of those girls not just on White home tasks, yet on elections, presidential regulations, social factors, and in shaping their husbands' legacies
• Brings the 1st women into crisp historiographical concentration, assessing how those ladies and their contributions were perceived either in renowned literature and scholarly debate
• presents concise biographical remedies for every First girl

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