Corpus ID: 194439772

The Filipina Bordadoras and the Emergence of Fine European-style Embroidery Tradition in Colonial Philippines, 19th to early-20th Centuries

  title={The Filipina Bordadoras and the Emergence of Fine European-style Embroidery Tradition in Colonial Philippines, 19th to early-20th Centuries},
  author={Marlene Ramos},
ii Acknowledgements iii Table of 


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