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Title: Women and violets in France (1800-1920) – a visual journey
Authors: Albuquerque, Sara
Mendonça de Carvalho, Luís
Maria Fernandes, Francisca
Nozes, Paula
Nunes, Maria de Fátima
Issue Date: 2023
Citation: Carvalho, L., Fernandes, F. M., Nozes, P., Figueira, A. P. ., Albuquerque, S., & Nunes, M. de F. (2023). Women and violets in France (1800-1920) – a visual journey. Ethnobotany Research and Applications, 26, 1–22. Retrieved from
Abstract: Violets were an important trade plant, sold in the streets and markets of European and North America cities throughout the nineteenth century up to the 1920’s, when they began to be out of fashion. France was a major producer of violets and many activities associated with them, such as picking and selling, were commonly done by women. Here we present a selection of photos from Beja Botanical Museum's collection that represents cultural interactions between women and violets during the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries
Type: article
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