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History of Women in America

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The periodicals below are primarily available through the U of M Libraries' print and electronic collections.  Some are available freely on the open web.  Click on the titles to access online issues and to locate issues available in print or microform on the 2nd floor of the McWherter Library.

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Thompson, Mary Ann and Sara Bolten. "“They Buckled on the Armor of God”: Kentucky Catholic Sister “Nurses” in the 1918 Flu Pandemic." American Catholic Studies, vol. 129 no. 4, 2018, p. 91-105. Project MUSE

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