Twenty Thousands Roads: Women, Movement, and the West

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"Virginia Scharff's wonderfully readable account of women in motion complicates and enriches our understanding of the nineteenth and twentieth century Wests. Her gendered remapping of the regional landscape explodes traditional notions of western movement. All students of women and gender, travel and place, the West and America, would do well to read this excellent book."--David M. Wrobel, author of "Promised Lands: Promotion, Memory, and the Creation of the American West" "Virginia Scharff claims for women what has long ...

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