The Poet and the Petitioner: Two Black Women in Harvard's Early History

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Title: The Poet and the Petitioner: Two Black Women in Harvard's Early History
Author: Ulrich, Laurel Thatcher; Minardi, Margot

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Citation: Minardi, Margot. 2004. The poet and the petitioner: two black women in Harvard's early history. In Yards and gates: gender in Harvard and Radcliffe history, edited by Laurel Ulrich, 53-68. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
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