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Jenny d'Héricourt: Q114151908  wikidata:Q114151908 reasonator:Q114151908 s:fr:Index:Héricourt - La Femme affranchie, 1860 (Bruxelles), tome premier.pdf
Jenny d'Héricourt  (1809–1875) wikidata:Q59401 s:it:Autore:Jenny d'Héricourt
Jenny d'Héricourt
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pseudonym: Félix Lamb
Description French writer, women's rights activist and midwife
Date of birth/death 10 September 1809 Edit this at Wikidata 12 January 1875 Edit this at Wikidata
Location of birth/death Besançon Saint-Ouen-sur-Seine
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La Femme affranchie Edit this at Wikidata
title QS:P1476,fr:"La Femme affranchie Edit this at Wikidata"
label QS:Lfr,"La Femme affranchie Edit this at Wikidata"
Volume tome premier
Object type version, edition or translation Edit this at Wikidata
Français : Premier tome de l'ouvrage de Jenny d'Héricourt, conservé à l'université d'Oxford, mis à disposition sur Google Books
Language French Edit this at Wikidata
Publication date 1860 Edit this at Wikidata
Place of publication City of Brussels Edit this at Wikidata
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