A stylish silk gown or plain bodice and Skirt? Clothing prescriptions and individual choice among eighteenth-centrury Groningen doopsgezind women

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationSisters. Myth and reality of anabaptist, mennonite, and doopsgezind women, ca. 1525-1900
EditorsM. van Veen, P. Visser, G.K. Waite
Place of PublicationLeiden/Boston
PublisherBrill
Pages253-268
ISBN (Print)9789004275010
Publication statusPublished - 2014

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Kremer, M. R. (2014). A stylish silk gown or plain bodice and Skirt? Clothing prescriptions and individual choice among eighteenth-centrury Groningen doopsgezind women. In M. van Veen, P. Visser, & G. K. Waite (Eds.), Sisters. Myth and reality of anabaptist, mennonite, and doopsgezind women, ca. 1525-1900 (pp. 253-268). Brill.