Thesis ID: CBB001565972

Great-bellied women: Religion and maternity in 17th-century England (1998)

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McPherson, Kathryn R. (Author)


Emory University
Cavanagh, Sheila T.


Publication Date: 1998
Edition Details: Director: Sheila T. Cavanagh
Physical Details: 207 pp.

Description Cited in Diss. Abstr. Int. A 59 (1998): 1178. Univ. Microfilms order no. 98-30168.


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Wood, Paul B.
Toomer, G. J.
Salmon, Vivian
Raylor, Timothy
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