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During this moment version of her acclaimed quantity, the ladies of Colonial Latin the USA, Susan Migden Socolow has revised vast parts of the publication - incorporating new subject matters and illustrative instances that considerably extend themes addressed within the first variation; updating historiography; and including new fabric on terrible, rural, indigenous, and slave girls.

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