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An examination into what kind of property women owned, what they could and did inherit and how this influenced their relationships with fathers, sons and husbands in the early modern period. Drawing on little-known sources such as probate documents, the text shows how much in practice, women owned and had influence over far more property than was previously realized. Erickson explores the significance of her findings for the reader's understanding of gender relations in the period.