- Title Pages
- 1 Doña Teresa de Aguilera y Roche before the Inquisition
- 2 “Women Are as Knowing Therein as the Men”
- 3 Women as Witches, Witches as Women
- 4 Servant Women and Sex in the Seventeenth-Century Chesapeake
- 5 Rebecca Kellogg Ashley
- 6 Womanly Masters
- 7 Women at the Crossroads
- 8 The Agrarian Village World of Indian Women in the Ohio River Valley
- 9 Loyalist Women in British New York City, 1776–1783
- 10 “I Knew That If I Went Back to Virginia, I Should Never Get My Liberty”
- 11 “The Need of Their Genius”
- About the Contributors
- Women in Early America
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