Sadie Kneller Miller (1867-1920)
MSA SC 3520-13571
Biography from Women of Achievement in Maryland History by Carolyn B. Stegman (Women of Achievement in Maryland History, Inc., 2002).
Miller, Charles R., Mrs., Sadie Kneller Miller : a sampler of her print and photo-journalism from Leslie's illustrated weekly, including a 1907 interview with the journalist, and a brief chronology of her life, published in conjunction with the traveling exhibit, "Mrs. Miller's Maryland." Keith Richwine ed. (Leslie's weekly, September, 1983).
“Memorial to Sadie Kneller Miller.” Maryland Women’s Heritage Trail—Historic Site Descriptions. 23. http://www.marylandpublicschools.org/NR/rdonlyres/3DB5F819-6E1C-4917-8F43-5251C2D49C52/2472/MD_Heritage_21_30.pdf
“Historical Timeline.” The Association for Women in Sports Media. http://www.awsmonline.org/resources_history.html
Sullivan, Paul. “Getting the Lowdown on Life Underground.” The Free Lance Star. January 11, 1992. http://news.google.com/newspapers?id=LnsQAAAAIBAJ&sjid=0IsDAAAAIBAJ&pg=2580%2C3148707
“Sadie K. Miller.” Maryland Commission for Women. Maryland Women’s Hall
of Fame. March 1988.
Kian Edward (Ted) M., Ph.D. “GENDER IN SPORTS WRITING BY THE PRINT MEDIA: AN EXPLORATORY EXAMINATION OF WRITERS’ EXPERIENCES”AND ATTITUDES.” The SMART Journal. Fall 2007. 16-17. http://www.thesmartjournal.com/genderinsw.pdf
to Sadie Kneller Miller's Introductory Page
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