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Women Drive Tractors Too: 18 True Stories of Irish Women in Agriculture

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ISBN: 9781905451036
AuthorCarroll, Mary
Pub Date01/10/2005
BindingPaperback
Pages100
CountryIRL
Dewey630.922415
Publisher: Choice Publishing
Quick overview Presents a collection of biographic stories of women in agriculture, suited to a rural and female audience. This book is a legacy from the IFA Equality Project, but more importantly it allows these 18 remarkable women to each tell her own story and share the trial and tribulations of living and working in rural Ireland, in 2005.
€11.71

Presents a collection of biographic stories of women in agriculture, suited to a rural and female audience. This book is a legacy from the IFA Equality Project, but more importantly it allows these 18 remarkable women to each tell her own story and share the trial and tribulations of living and working in rural Ireland, in 2005.

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Presents a collection of biographic stories of women in agriculture, suited to a rural and female audience. This book is a legacy from the IFA Equality Project, but more importantly it allows these 18 remarkable women to each tell her own story and share the trial and tribulations of living and working in rural Ireland, in 2005.

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