|Lagerstatus||Forventes utgitt 24.10.2019|
|Forlag||Cambridge University Press|
|Serie||Cambridge Historical Studies in American Law and Society|
Om Gender Remade
Gender Remade explores the passage from territory to state in the Pacific Northwest, especially in Washington, showing that jury duty was as important as the right to vote in late nineteenth-century campaigns for constitutional equality and offers ways to remedy the neglect of state and territorial studies among constitutional historians.