Sandino's Daughters
Testimonies of Nicaraguan Women in Struggle

Randall, Margaret; Yanz, Lynda (ed.)
Date Written:  1981-01-01
Publisher:  New Star Books, Vancouver, Canada
Year First Published:  {35234 Sandino's Daughters SANDINOS DAUGHTERS Testimonies of Nicaraguan Women in Struggle Randall, Margaret; Yanz, Lynda (ed.) New Star Books Vancouver Canada Interviews with women who fought in the Nicaraguan revolution. 1981-01-01 1981 19981 220pp BC35234-SandinosDaughters.jpg B Book 0-919888-33-X HQ1487.R35 305.4'097285 - <br> <br> <br>Table of Contents <br> <br>Preface <br> <br>Introduction <br> <br>One: From AMPRONAC To The Women's Association <br>Two: The Commanders <br>Three: Amanda Pineda <br>Four: Daisy Zamora <br>Five: Nora Astorga - One March 8 <br>Six: The Women in Olive Green <br>Seven: Sister Martha - Women of Hope <br>Eight: Gladys Baez <br>Nine: Mothers and Daughters <br>Ten: Profound Changes CX14725 0 true true false CX14725.htm [0xc001522ae0 0xc001523860 0xc0028004b0 0xc002856d20] Cx}
Year Published:  19981
Pages:  220pp   ISBN:  0-919888-33-X
Library of Congress Number:  HQ1487.R35   Dewey:  305.4'097285
Resource Type:  Book
Cx Number:  CX14725

Interviews with women who fought in the Nicaraguan revolution.

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Table of Contents

Preface

Introduction

One: From AMPRONAC To The Women's Association
Two: The Commanders
Three: Amanda Pineda
Four: Daisy Zamora
Five: Nora Astorga - One March 8
Six: The Women in Olive Green
Seven: Sister Martha - Women of Hope
Eight: Gladys Baez
Nine: Mothers and Daughters
Ten: Profound Changes

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