Therese Huber

Therese Huber (7 May 1764 – 15 June 1829) was a German author. She was one of the so-called , a group of five academically active women during the mid-18th and early 19th centuries. The group consisted of daughters of academics at Göttingen University; Huber was noteworthy among them, alongside Meta Forkel-Liebeskind, Caroline Schelling, Philippine Engelhard, and Dorothea Schlözer. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Huber, Therese
Published 1824
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by Huber, Therese
Published 1824
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by Huber, Therese
Published 1830
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by Huber, Therese
Published 1830
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by Huber, Therese
Published 1831
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by Huber, Therese
Published 1831
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by Huber, Therese
Published 1833
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by Huber, Therese
Published 1833
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by Huber, Therese Heuser, Magdalene
Published 2001
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by Huber, Therese Heuser, Magdalene
Published 2001
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