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History of women in the United States : historical articles on women's lives and activities

Author: Nancy F Cott
Publisher: Munich ; New York : K.G.Saur, 1992-1994
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History of women in the United States.
Munich ; New York : K.G.Saur, 1992-
(OCoLC)605147312
Online version:
History of women in the United States.
Munich ; New York : K.G.Saur, 1992-
(OCoLC)621185309
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Nancy F Cott
ISBN: 3598414544 9783598414541
OCLC Number: 25873629
Description: 20 v. in 28 : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: 1. Theory and method in women's history (2 v.) --
2. Household constitution and family relationships --
3. Domestic relations and law --
4. Domestic ideology and domestic work (2 v.) --
5. The intersection of work and family life (2 v.) --
6. Working on the land --
7. Industrial wage work (2 v.) --
8. Professional and white-collar employments (2 v.) --
9. Prostitution --
10. Sexuality and sexual behavior --
11. Women's bodies --
12. Education --
13. Religion --
14. Intercultural and interracial relations --
15. Women and war --
16. Women together --
17. Social and moral reform (2 v.) --
18. Women and politics (2 v.) --
19. Woman suffrage (2 v.) --
20. Feminist struggles for sex equality. v.1 pt. 1. Theory and method in women's history, part 1 --
New approaches to the study of women in American history / Gerda Lerner --
Women in American society: an historical contribution / Ann D. Gordon, Mari Jo Buhle, Nancy E. Schrom --
Capitalism, the family, and personal life / Eli Zaretsky --
Capitalism, the family, and personal life, part 2 / Eli Zaretsky --
The new woman: changing views of women in the 1920s / Estelle B. Freedman --
Placing women in history: definitions and challenges / Gerda Lerner --
History and historiography: the treatment in American histories of significant events concerning the status of women / Margrit Eichler, Carol Ann Nelson --
Sex and Race: the analogy of social control / William H. Chafe --
What should women's historians do: politics, social theory, & women's history / Linda Gordon --
The doubled vision of feminist theory: a postscript to the "Women and Power" Conference / Joan Kelly --
Politics and Culture in Women's History: a symposium / Ellen Dubois, Mari Jo Buhle, Temma Kaplan, Gerda Lerner, Caroll Smith-Rosenberg --
v. 1 pt. 2. Theory and method in women's history, part 2 --
Reflections on twentieth-century American women's history / Leila J. Rupp --
What the women's movement has done to American history / Carl N. Degler --
Placing women's history in history / Elizabeth Fox-Genovese --
White women/Black women: the dualism of female identity and experience in the United States / Phyllis Marynick Palmer --
Women in history: the modern period / Joan Wallach Scott --
On seeing and not seeing: a case of historical invisibility / Anne Firor Scott --
Beyond the search for sisterhood: American women's history in the 1980s / Nancy A. Hewitt --
Gender: a useful category of historical analysis / Joan W. Scott --
History and difference / Joan W. Scott --
v. 2. Household consitition and family relationships --
The American family in past time / John Demos --
Parental power and marriage patterns: an analysis of historical trends in Hingham, Massachusetts / Daniel Scott Smith --
Family history and demographic transition / Robert V. Wells --
Naming, kinship, and estate dispersal: notes on slave family life on a South Carolina plantation, 1786 to 1833 / Cheryll Ann Cody --
"The thing not its vision": a woman's courtship and her sphere in the Southern planter class / Steven M. Stowe --
A slave family in the Ante Bellum South / Loren Schweninger --
Antebellum Southern households: a new perspective on a familiar question / Elizabeth Fox-Genovese --
Female slaves: sex roles and status in the Antebellum plantation South / Deborah G. White --
Mother love and infant death, 1750-1920 / Nancy Schrom Dye, Daniel Blake Smith --
Wife beating in nineteenth-century America / Elizabeth Pleck --
Family limitation, sexual control, and domestic feminism in Victorian America / Daniel Scott Smith --
The origins of the female-headed Black family: the impact of the urban experience / Frank F. Furstenberg, Jr., Theodore Hershberg, John Modell --
Feminist implications of Mormon polygyny / Joan Iversen --
Polygamy and the frontier: Mormon women in early Utah / Lawrence Foster --
Korean women pioneers of the Pacific Northwest / Sonia S. Sunoo --
Loving courtship or the marriage market? The ideal and its critics, 1871-1911 / Sondra R. Herman --
Women and migration: autonomous female migrants to Chicago, 1880-1930 / Joanne Meyerowitz --
Amerika Nadeshiko: Japanese immigrant women in the United States, 1900-1924 / Yuji Ichioka --
Single mothers and child neglect, 1880-1920 / Linda Gordon --
Demographic change and the life cycles of American families / Robert V. Wells --
Updating the life cycle of the family / Paul C. Glick --
v. 3. Domestic relations and law --
Women and property in South Carolina: the evidence from marriage settlements, 1730 to 1830 / Marylynn Salmon --
"Smiling through her tears": Ante-Bellum Southern women and divorce / Jane Turner Censer --
The political and civil status of women in Georgia, 1783-1860 / Eleanor M. Boatwright --
"An act for the relief of females...": divorce and the changing legal status of women in Tennessee, 1796-1860, part 1 / Lawrence B. Goodheart, Neil Hanks, Elizabeth Johnson --
"An act for the relief of females...": divorce and the changing legal status of women in Tennessee, part II / Lawrence B. Goodheart, Neil Hanks, Elizabeth Johnson --
The Mississippi Married Women's Property Act of 1839 / Sandra Moncrief --
Invisible women: the legal fiction of marital unity in nineteenth-century America / Norma Basch --
Married Women's Property Law: 1800-1850 / Richard H. Chused --
Radical reconstruction and the property rights of Southern women / Suzanne D. Lebsock --
Apart but not adrift: wives, divorce, and independence in California, 1850-1890 / Robert L. Griswold --
Law, sex, cruelty, and divorce in Victorian America, 1840-1900 / Robert L. Griswold --
Who gets the child? Custody, guardianship, and the rise of a judicial patriarchy in nineteenth-century America / Michael Grossberg --
Late nineteenth-century Married Women's Property Law: reception of the early Married Women's Property Acts by courts and legislatures / Richard H. Chused --
Reynolds v. United States: nineteenth-century forms of marriage and the status of women / Carol Weisbrod, Pamela Sheingorn --
Divorce in the Progressive Era / William L. O'Neill --
The pressure to provide: class, consumerism, and divorce in urban America, 1880-1920 / Elaine Tyler May --
v. 4 pt. 1. Domestic ideology and domestic work, part 1 --
American feminine ideals in transition: the rise of the moral mother, 1785-1815 / Ruth H. Bloch --
To earn her daily bread: housework and Antebellum working-class subsistence / Jeanne Boydston --
The cult of true womanhood: 1820-1860 / Barbara Welter --
Sentimental womanhood and domestic education, 1830-1870 / Phillida Bunkle --
Women shoeworkers and domestic ideology: rural outwork in early nineteenth-century Essex County / Mary H. Blewett --
The domestic balance of power: relations between mistress and maid in nineteenth-century New England / Carol Lasser --
Freedom's yoke: gender conventions among Antebellum Free Blacks / James Oliver Horton --
Women's perspective on the patriarchy in the 1850s / Anne Firor Scott --
Separate spheres, female worlds, woman's place: the rhetoric of women's history / Linda K. Kerber --
Household values, women's work, and economic growth, 1800-1930 / W. Elliot Brownlee --
American women and domestic consumption, 1800-1920: four interpretive themes / Jean Gordon, Jan McArthur --
Women as workers, women as civilizers: true womanhood in the American West / Elizabeth Jameson --
Cloth, butter and boarders: women's household production for the market / Joan M. Jensen --
"The Sphinx in the household": a new look at the history of household workers / Bettina Berch --
v. 4 pt. 2. Domestic ideology and domestic work, part 2 --
The Black washerwoman in Southern tradition / Heather Biola --
From frontier activism to neo-Victorian domesticity: Mormon women in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries / Lawrence Foster --
Technology and women's work: the lives of working class women in Pittsburgh, 1870-1900 / Susan J. Kleinberg --
Embellishing a life of labor: an interpretation of the material culture of American working-class homes , 1885-1915 / Lizabeth A. Cohen --
The "Industrial Revolution" in the home: household technology and social change in the 20th century / Ruth Schwartz Cowan --
The manufacture of housework / Barbara Ehrenreich, Deirdre English --
Time spent in housework / Joann Vanek --
Experts and servants: the National Council on Household Employment and the decline of domestic service in the twentieth century / Faye E. Dudden --
The dialectics of wage work: Japanese-American women and domestic service, 1905-1940 / Evelyn Nakano Glenn --
Regulating industrial homework: the triumph of "sacred motherhood" / Eileen Boris --
Chicanas modernize domestic service / Mary Romero --
v. 5 pt. 1. The intersection of work and family life, part 1 --
Economic organization and the position of women among the Iroquois / Judith K. Brown --
Economic development and Native American women in the early nineteenth century / Mary C. Wright --
The lady and the mill girl: changes in the status of women in the Age of Jackson / Gerda Lerner --
Reflections on the Black woman's role in the community of slaves / Angela Davis --
"My mother was much of a woman": Black women, work, and the family under slavery / Jacqueline Jones --
Free Black women and the question of matriarchy: Petersburg, Virginia, 1784-1820 / Suzanne Lebsock --
Two worlds in one: work and family / Elizabeth H. Pleck --
The life cycles and household structure of American ethnic groups: Irish, Germans, and Native-born Whites in Buffalo, New York, 1855 / Laurence A. Glasco --
Fertility and marriage in a nineteenth-century industrial city: Philadelphia, 1850-1880 / Michael R. Haines --
Reconceptualizing family, work and labor organizing: working women in Troy, 1860-1890 / Carole Turbin --
Working-class women in the Gilded Age: factory, community and family life among Cohoes, New York, cotton workers / Daniel J. Walkowitz --
Homesteading in Northeastern Colorado, 1873-1920: sex roles and women's experience / Katherine Harris --
The Chicana in American history: the Mexican women of El Paso, 1880-1920: a case study / Mario T. Garcia --
Work and the Family in Black Atlanta, 1880 / William Harris --
Family time and industrial time: family and work in a planned corporation town, 1900-1924 / Tamara K. Hareven --
Imperfect unions: class and gender in Cripple Creek, 1894-1904 / Elizabeth Jameson --
A flexible tradition: South Italian immigrants confront a new work experience / Virginia Yans-McLaughlin --
New immigrant women at work: Italians and Jews in New York City, 1880-1905 / Thomas Kessner, Betty Boyd Caroli --
Beyond the stereotype: a new look at the immigrant woman, 1880-1924 / Maxine S. Seller --
Urbanization without breakdown: Italian, Jewish, and Slavic Immigrant women in Pittsburgh, 1900-1945 / Corinne Azen Krause --
v.5 pt. 2. The intersection of work and family life, part 2 --
The historical problem of the family wage: the Ford Motor Company and the five dollar day / Martha May --
Rural push and urban pull: work and family experiences of older Black women in Southern cities, 1880-1900 / Janice L. Reiff, Michel R. Dahlin, Daniel Scott Smith --
Our own kind: family and community networks / Judith E. Smith --
The "good managers": married working class women and family budget studies, 1895-1915 / Martha May --
The female life cycle and the measure of Jewish social change: Portland, Oregon, 1880-1930 / William Toll --
The Women's March: miners, family, and community in Pittsburg, Kansas, 1921-1922 / Ann Schofield --
Cotton mill people: work, community, and protest in the textile South, 1880-1940 / Jacquelyn Dowd Hall, Robert Korstad, James Leloudis --
Beyond the family economy: Black and White working-class women during the Great Depression / Lois Rita Helmbold --
The economics of middle-income family life: working women during the Great Depression / Winifred D. Wandersee Bolin --
Working after childbearing in modern America / Mary E. Cookingham --
A promise fulfilled: Mexican cannery workers in Southern California / Vicki L. Ruiz --
The impact of "Sun Belt industrialization" on Chicanas / Patricia Zavella --
v.6. Working on the land --
History from the inside-out: writing the history of women in rural America / John Mack Faragher --
Native American women and agriculture: a Seneca case study / Joan M. Jensen --
The ideal woman in the Antebellum South: lady or farmwife? / D. Harland Hagler --
The role and status of the female yoemanry in the Antebellum South: the literary view / Keith L. Bryant, Jr. --
"Not gainfully employed": women on the Iowa frontier, 1833-1870 / Glenda Riley --
Images of the frontierswoman: Iowa as a case study / Glenda Riley --
"You may depend she does not eat much idle bread", Mid-Alantic farm women and their historians / Joan M. Jensen --
Forgotten Persephones: women farmers on the frontier / Anne B. Webb --
Autonomy and dependency in the lives of Dakota women: a study in historical change / Patricia C. Albers --
Female planters and planters' wives in Civil War and Reconstruction: Alabama, 1850-1870 / Jonathan M. Wiener --
Black women in American agriculture / Minnie Miller Brown --
Women homesteaders on the Great Plains frontier / Sheryll Patterson-Black --
Women and their families on the Overland Trail to California and Oregon, 1842-1867 / Johnny Faragher, Christine Stansell --
"A helpmate for man indeed": the image of the frontier woman / Beverly J. Stoeltje --
Women in the agricultural settlement of the Northern Plains / Mary W. M. Hargreaves --
Women and men in Western history: a stereoptical vision / Susan Armitage --
Single women homesteaders in Wyoming, 1880-1930 / Paula M. Bauman --
Rural life among nineteenth-century Mormons: the woman's experience / Leonard J. Arrington --
Farm women's roles in the agricultural development of South Dakota / Glenda Riley --
"How're you gonna keep 'em down on the farm?": rural women and the urban model in Utah / Cynthia Sturgis --
"I've worked, I'm not afraid of work": farm women in New Mexico, 1920-1940 / Joan M. Jensen --
The ideal rural Southern woman as seen by Progressive Farmer in the 1930s / Pamela Tyler --
v. 7 pt. 1. Industrial wage work, part 1 --
The economic status of women in the early Republic: quantitative evidence / Claudia Goldin --
Women, work, and the family: female operatives in the Lowell Mills, 1830-1860 / Thomas Dublin --
Women, work, and protest in the early Lowell Mills: "the oppressing hand of avarice would enslave us" / Thomas Dublin --
Work, gender and the artisan tradition in New England shoemaking, 1780-1860 / Mary H. Blewett --
Sexual harassment at the workplace: historical notes / Mary Bularzik --
Social change and women's work and family experience in Ireland and the United States / Edward L. Kain, Niall Bolger --
Working class immigrant women in mid-nineteenth-century New York: the Irish women's experience / Carol Groneman --
Female labor force participation: the origin of Black and White differences, 1870 and 1880 / Claudia Goldin --
"A good place to work": industrial workers and occupational choice: the case of Berkshire women / Judith A. McGaw --
"Honor each noble maid": women workers and the Yonkers Carpet Weavers' Strike of 1885 / Susan Levine --
The union of sex and craft in the Haverhill Shoe Strike of 1895 / Mary H. Blewett --
The work and wages of single women, 1870 to 1920 / Claudia Goldin --
Review essay: Women's wage work as myth and history / Alice Kessler-Harris --
"Where are the organized women workers?" / Alice Kessler-Harris --
Organizing the unorganizable: three Jewish women and their union / Alice Kessler-Harris --
v.7 pt. 2. Industrial wage work, part 2 --
The 1907 Bell Telephone Strike: organizing women workers / Joan Sangster --
Women, wobblies, and workers' rights: the 1912 Textile Strike in Little Falls, New York / Robert E. Snyder --
Why women work: a comparison of various groups: Philadelphia, 1910-1930 / Barbara Klaczynska --
Rethinking the sexual division of labor: Pullman Repair Shops, 1900-1969 / Susan E. Hirsch --
Disorderly women: gender and labor militancy in the Appalachian South / Jacquelyn Dowd Hall --
Women in the work force: Atlanta, New Orleans, and San Antonio, 1930 to 1940 / Julia Kirk Blackwelder --
Women's work and the economic crisis: some lessons of the Great Depression / Ruth Milkman --
Redefining "women's work": the sexual divison of labor in the auto industry during World War II / Ruth Milkman --
"They have placed a penalty on womanhood": the protest actions of women auto workers in Detroit-Area UAW Locals, 1945-1947 / Nancy Gabin --
Women workers and the UAW in the post-World War II period: 1945-1954 / Nancy Gabin --
Protection of women workers and the courts: a legal case history / Ann Corinne Hill --
v.8 pt.1. Professional and white-collar employments, part 1 --
The female school teacher in Ante-Bellum Massachusettes / Richard M. Bernard, Maris A. Vinovskis --
In from the periphery: American women in science, 1830-1880 / Sally Gregory Kohlstedt --
American female historians in context, 1770-1930 / Kathryn Kish Sklar --
"To barter their souls for gold": female clerks in Federal government offices, 1862-1890 / Cindy S. Aron --
The duty or right to care? Nursing and womanhood in historical perspective / Susan M. Reverby --
Professionalism, feminism, and gender roles: a comparative study of nineteenth-century medical therapeutics / Regina Markell Morantz, Sue Zschoche --
Feminism, professionalism, and germs: the thought of Mary Putnam Jacobi and Elizabeth Blackwell / Regina Markell Morantz --
Doctors or ladies? Women physicians in psychiatric institutions, 1872-1900 / Constance M. McGovern --
From hospital to college: Black nurse leaders and the rise of collegiate nursing schools / Darlene Clark Hine --
Barred from the bar: women and legal education in the United States 1870-1890 / D. Kelly Weisberg --
"Little world of our own": the Pennsyvania [sic] Hospital Training School for Nurses, 1895-1907 / Nancy Tomes --
Research note: The male-female earnings differential: a historical overview of the clerical occupations from the 1880s to the 1970s / Albert W. Niemi, Jr. --
The labor market and the American high school girl 1890-1928 / Susan B. Carter, Mark Prus --
Woman's place is at the typewriter: the feminization of the clerical work force / Margery Davies --
Female solidarity and professional success: the dilemma of women doctors in late nineteenth-century America / Virginia G. Drachman --
The tender technicians: the feminization of public librarianship, 1876-1905 / Dee Garrison --
Women in the professions: a research agenda for American historians / Joan Jacobs Brumberg, Nancy Tomes --
Self-assertion and social commitment: the significance of work to the Progressive Era's new woman / Leeanne Giannone Kryder --
v.8 pt. 2. Professional and white-collar employments, part 2 --"Union fever": organizing among clerical workers, 1900-1930 / Roslyn L. Feldberg --
Between two worlds: business women in a Chicago boarding house, 1900-1930 / Lisa M. Fine --
Tempest on the Hudson: the struggle for "Equal Pay for Equal Work" in the New York City Public Schools, 1907-1911 / Robert E. Doherty --
Sometimes independent but never equal: women teachers, 1900-1950: the Oklahoma example / Courtney Ann Vaugh-Roberson --
Women's participation in the Olympic Games 1900-1926 / Sheila Mitchell --
Cookbooks and law books: the hidden history of career women in twentieth century America / Frank Stricker --
Making flying "thinkable": women pilots and the selling of aviation, 1927-1940 / Joseph J. Corn --
Toward a history of women in librarianship: a critical analysis with suggestions for further research / Mary Miles Maack --
The complex visions of female teachers and the failure of unionization in the 1930s: an oral history / Richard A. Quantz --
"The Clerking Sisterhood": rationalization and the work culture of saleswomen in American department stores, 1890-1960 / Susan Porter Benson --
Women in the creation of the profession of social work / Clarke A. Chambers --
Occupational segregation, teachers' wages, and American economic growth / Susan B. Carter --
Academic women revisited: an empirical study of changing patterns in women's employment as college and university faculty, 1890-1963 / Susan Boslego Carter --
v. 9. Prostitution --
Disorderly city, disorderly women: prostitution in Ante-Bellum Philadelphia / Marcia Carlisle --
Strumpets and misogynists: brothel "riots" and the transformation of prostitution in Antebellum New York City / Timothy J. Gilfoyle --
Prostitution and politics in Antebellum New Orleans / Richard Tansey --
Careers in brothel prostitution: St. Paul, 1865-1883 / Joel Best --
Historical perspectives on the study of female prostitution / Frances Newman, Elizabeth Cohen, with Patricia Tobin, Gail [Gael] MacPherson --
The White Slave Traffic Act: historical impact of a federal crime policy on women / Marlene D. Beckman --
Free, indentured, enslaved: Chinese prostitutes in nineteenth-century America / Lucie Cheng Hirata --
Sexual commerce on the Comstock Lode / Marion Goldman --
Ameyuki-san: Japanese prostitutes in nineteenth-century America / Yuji Ichioka --
Capitalists with rooms: prostitution in Helena, Montana, 1865-1900 / Paula Petrik --
Medical Inspection of prostitutes in America in the nineteenth century: the St. Louis experiment and its sequel / John C. Burnham --
Changing American attitudes toward prostitution (1800-1920) / Robert E. Riegel --
The Progressives and the prostitute / Roy Lubove --
Prostitution, the alien woman and the Progressive imagination, 1910-1915 / Egal Feldman --
The private lives of public women: prostitution in Butte, Montana, 1878-1917 / Mary Murphy --
Seduced and abandoned in an American city: Cleveland and its fallen women, 1869-1936 / Marian J. Morton --
Tacit acceptance: respectable Americans and segregated prostitution, 1870-1910 / Neil L. Shumsky --
v. 10. Sexuality and sexual behavior --
Premarital pregnancy in America 1640-1971: an overview and interpretation / Daniel Scott Smith, Michael S. Hindus --
Passionlessness: an interpretation of Victorian sexual ideology, 1790-1850 / Nancy F. Cott --
The female world of love and ritual: relations between women in nineteenth-century America / Carroll Smith-Rosenberg --
What ought to be and what was: women's sexuality in the nineteenth century / Carl N. Degler --
Private lives and public order: a critical view of the history of intimate relations in the U.S. / Howard Gadlin --
Women's life in utopia: the Shaker experiment in sexual equality reappraised: 1810 to 1860 / D'Ann Campbell --
Sex and self-control: middle-class courtship in America, 1770-1870 / Ellen K. Rothman --
Seeking ecstasy on the battlefield: danger and pleasure in nineteenth-century feminist sexual thought / Ellen Carol Dubois, Linda Gordon --
"Living the principle" of plural marriage: Mormon women, utopia, and female sexuality in the nineteenth century / Julie Dunfey --
Fallen women: the inmates of the Magdalen Society Asylum of Philadelphia, 1836-1908 / Steven Ruggles --
"Ruined" girls: changing community responses to illegitimacy in Upstate New York, 1890-1920 / Joan Jacobs Brumberg --
The awesome power of sex: the polemical campaign against Mormon polygamy / Charles A. Cannon --
Sexuality in nineteenth-century America: behavior, ideology, and politics / Estelle B. Freedman --
Smashing: women's relationships before the fall / Nancy Sahli --
The morbidification of love between women by 19th-century sexologists / Lillian Faderman --
From sexual inversion to homosexuality: medicine and the changing conceptualization of female deviance / George Chauncey, Jr. --
"Imagine my surprise": women's relationships in historical perspective / Leila J. Rupp --
The American woman's pre-World War I freedom in manners and morals / James R. McGovern --
Lesbian magazine fiction in the early twentieth century / Lillian Faderman --
The crime of precocious sexuality: female juvenile delinquency in the Progressive Era / Steven Schlossman, Stephanie Wallach --
Nineteenth-century sexuality and the "Sexual Revolution" of the Progressive Era / Howard I. Kushner --
"A new generation of women": Progressive psychiartrists and the hypersexual female / Elizabeth Lunbeck --
Companionate marriage and the lesbian threat / Christina Simmons --
Lesbianism in the 1920s and 1930s: a newfound study / Vern Bullough, Bonnie Bullough --
Oral history and the study of sexuality in the lesbian community: Buffalo, NY, 1940-1960 / Madeline Davis, Elizabeth Lapovsky Kennedy --
v. 11. Woman's bodies: health and childbirth --
"On the importance of the Obstetrick Art": changing customs of childbirth in America, 1760 to 1825 / Catherine M. Scholten --
Women, menstruation, and nineteenth-century medicine / Vern Bullough, Martha Voght --
The female animal: medical and biological views of woman and her role in nineteenth-century America / Carroll Smith-Rosenberg, Charles Rosenberg --
"The fashionable diseases": women's complaints and their treatment in nineteenth-century America / Ann Douglas Wood --
Women as victims of medical experimentation: J. Marion Sims' surgery on slave women, 1845-1850 / Diana E. Axelsen --
The hysterical woman: sex roles and role conflict in 19th-century America / Carroll Smith-Rosenberg --
Smothered slave infants: were slave mothers at fault? / Michael P. Johnson --
Making women modern: middle class women and health reform in 19th century America / Regina Markell Morantz --
From maidenhood to menopause: sex education for women in Victorian America / John S. Haller, Jr. --
Birthing and anesthesia: the debate over twilight sleep / Judith Walzer Leavitt --
Voluntary motherhood: the beginnings of feminist birth control ideas in the United States / Linda Gordon --
Chlorotic girls, 1870-1920: a historical perspective on female adolescence / Joan Jacobs Brumberg --
Under the shadow of maternity: American women's responses to death and debility fears in nineteenth-century childbirth / Judith Walzer Leavitt --
The American midwife controversy: a crisis of professionalization / Frances E. Kobrin --
Forgotten women: American midwives at the turn of the twentieth century / Judy Barrett Litoff --
The immigrant midwives of Lawrence: the conflict between law and culture in early twentieth-century Massachusetts / Eugene Declercq, Richard Lacroix --
"Science" enters the birthing room: obstetrics in America since the eighteenth century / Judith Walzer Leavitt --
Feminine hygiene, fashion, and the emancipation of American women / Fred E. H. Schroeder --
Using oral history to chart the course of illegal abortions in Montana / Diane Sands --
v. 12. Education --
Equally their due: the education of the planter daughter in the Early Republic / Catherine Clinton --
Mask of oppression: the female seminary movement in the United States / Keith Melder --
What, then, is the American: this new woman? / Anne Firor Scott --
The ever widening circle: the diffusion of feminist values from the Troy Female Seminary, 1822-1872 / Anne Firor Scott --
"Embodied selves": the rise and development of concern for physical education, active games and recreation for American women, 1776-1865 / Roberta J. Park --
Coeducation of the sexes at Oberlin College: a study of social ideas in mid-nineteenth-century America / Ronald W. Hoegland --
The impact of the "cult of true womanhood" on the education of Black women / Linda M. Perkins --
Self-help programs as educative activities of Black women in the South, 1895-1925: focus on four key areas / Cynthia Neverdon-Morton --
Domestication as reform: a study of the socialization of wayward girls, 1856-1905 / Barbara Brenzel --
Sex, science and education / Janice Law Trecker --
Homeopathy and sexual equality: the controversy over coeducation at Cincinnati's Pulte Medical College, 1873-1879 / William Barlow, David O. Powell --
Expansion and exclusion: a history of women in American higher education / Patricia Albjerg Graham --
Educating Indian girls at nonreservation boarding schools, 1878-1920 / Robert A. Trennert --
Guest editorial: The impact of Black women in education: an historical overview / Bettye Collier-Thomas --
Young women and the city: adolescent deviance and the transformation of educational policy, 1870-1960 / Michael W. Sedlak --
Doctorates for American women, 1868-1907 / Margaret W. Rossiter --
Here was fellowship: a social portrait of academic women at Wellesley College, 1895-1920 / Patricia A. Palmieri --
Women's colleges and domesticity, 1875-1918 / Roberta Wein --
"After college, what?": new graduates and the family claim / Joyce Antler --
Opportunity and fulfillment: sex, race, and class in health care education / Darlene Clark Hine --
Black women and higher education: Spelman and Bennett Colleges revisited / Beverly Guy-Sheftall --
It might have been euthenics: the Lake Placid Conferences and the Home Economics Movement / Emma Seifrit Weigley --
v. 13. Religion --
The feminization of American congregationalism, 1730-1835 / Richard D. Shiels --
Young women in the Second Great Awakening in New England / Nancy F. Cott --
Domesticity and religion in the Antebellum period: the career of Phoebe Palmer / Anne C. Loveland --
A women's awakening: evangelical religon and the families of Utica, New York, 1800-1840 / Mary P. Ryan --
Maternity...of the spirit: nuns and domesticity in Antebellum America / Joseph G. Mannard --
Evangelical womanhood in the nineteenth century: the role of women in Sunday schools / Anne M. Boylan --
Memoranda and documents: the feminization controversy: sexual stereotypes and the paradoxes of piety in nineteenth-century America / David S. Reynolds --
Women in the Presbyterian Church: an historical overview / Janet Harbison Penfield --
Religion and the New England mill girl: a new perspective on an old theme / Jama Lazerow --
"Female laborers in the Church": women preachers in the Northeastern United States, 1790-1840 / Louis Billington --
She hath done what she could: Protestant women's missionary careers in nineteenth-century America / Barbara Welter --
Outside the mainstream: women's religion and women religious leaders in nineteenth-century America / Mary Farrell Bednarowski --
"Together and in harness": women's traditions in the sanctified church / Cheryl Townsend Gilkes --
"Christian woman, pious wife, faithful mother, devoted missionary": conflicts in roles of American missionary women in nineteenth-century Hawaii / Patricia Grimshaw --
The local parish as a female institution: the experience of All Saints Episcopal Church in frontier Minnesota / Joan R. Gundersen --
Women's response to plural marriage / Kahlile Mehr --
Zenanas and girlless villages: the ethnology of America evangelical women, 1870-1910 / Joan Jacobs Brumberg --
Sisters of St. Joseph: the Americanization of a French tradition / Patricia Byrne --
Catholic women religious and women's history: a survey of the literature / Elizabeth Kolmer --
Transitions in Judaism: the Jewish American woman througth the 1930s / Norma Fain Pratt --
In search of unconventional women: histories of Puerto Rican women in religious vocations before mid-century / Virginia Sanchez Korrol --
Catholic laywomen in the culture of American Catholicism in the 1950s / Jeffrey M. Burns --
v. 14. Intercultural and interracial relations --
The role of Native women in the creation of Fur Trade Society in Western Canada, 1670-1830 / Sylvia Van Kirk --
Honor ideology, marriage negotiation, and class-gender domination in New Mexico, 1690-1846 / Ramon A. Gutierrez --
Cross-cultural marriages in the Southwest: the New Mexico experience, 1846-1900 / Darlis A. Miller --
Race, sex, and region: Black women in the American West, 1850-1920 / Lawrence B. deGraaf --
Frontierswomen's changing views of Indians in the Trans-Missippippi [sic] West / Glenda Riley --
A complex bond: Southern Black domestic workers and their White employers / Susan Tucker --
The Pocahontas perplex: the image of Indian women in American culture / Rayna Green --
Mexican women in San Antonio, 1830-1860: the assimilation process / Jane Dysart --
Black women and their communities in Colorado / Sue Armitage, Theresa Banfield, Sarah Jacobus --
Black and White women in interaction and confrontation / Gerda Lerner --
Sharing bed and board: cohabitation and cultural difference in central Arizona mining towns, 1863-1873 / Susan L. Johnson --
"Hardly a farm house: a kitchen without them": Indian and White households on the California borderland frontier in 1860 / Albert L. Hurtado --
Women's work among the Plains Indians / Susan M. Hartmann --
American Indian women and the Catholic Church / Valerie Sherer Mathes --
Racial ethnic women's labor: the intersection of race, gender and class oppression / Evelyn Nakano Glenn --
Doing "women's work": the Grey Nuns at Fort Totten Indian Reservation, 1874-1900 / Susan C. Peterson --
Crossing ethnic barriers in the Southwest: women's agricultural extension education, 1914-1940 / Joan M. Jensen --
Newcomers to Navajoland: transculturation in the memoirs of Anglo women, 1900-1945 / Helen M. Bannan --
Women and intercultural relations: the case of Hispanic New Mexico and Colorado / Sarah Deutsch --
Quiet suffering: Atlanta women in the 1930s / Julia Kirk Blackwelder --
Race, sex, and class: Black female tobacco workers in Durham, North Carolina, 1920-1940, and the development of female consciousness / Beverly W. Jones --
The role of women in a changing Navaho society / Laila Shukry Hamamsy --
v. 15. Women and war --
Women in the American Revolution / Elizabeth Cometti --
Eighteenth-century American women in peace and war: the case of the Loyalists / Mary Beth Norton --
"As thy days, so shall thy strength be": North Carolina planter women in war and peace / Terrell Armistead Crow --
Emily Lyles Harris: a Piedmont farmer during the Civil War / Philip N. Racine --
The war within a war: women nurses in the Union Army / Ann Douglas Wood --
The romance and reality of defeat: Southern women in 1865 / Nancy T. Kondert --
Black women and the Great War: mobilization and reform in the South / William J. Breen --
Southern women in the War: the North Carolina Woman's Committee, 1917-1919 / William J. Breen --
"The mothers of the race" in World War I: the National War Labor Board and women in industry / Valerie J. Conner --
Notes and documents: "Uncle Sam just loves the ladies": sex discrimination in the federal government, 1917 / William Graebner --
Women workers and World War I: the American railroad industry: a case study / Maurine Weiner Greenwald --
Searching for the antecedents of Affirmative Action: the National War Labor Board and the Cleveland women conductors in World War I / Ronald M. Benson --
"Peace is a woman's job..." Jeannette Rankin and American foreign policy: the origins of her pacifism / Joan Hoff Wilson --
"Peace is a woman's job..." Jeannette Rankin and American foreign policy: her lifework as a pacifist / Joan Hoff Wilson --
The Woman's Peace Party and the moral basis for women's pacifism / Linda Schott --
The "womanpower" campaign: advertising and recruitment propaganda during World War II / Maureen Honey --
The working-class woman and recruitment propaganda during World War II: class differences in the portrayal of war work / Maureen Honey --
Women workers in World War II: Michigan as a test case / Alan Clive --
Last hired, first fired: Black women workers during World War II / Karen Tucker Anderson --
Working women and World War II / Marc Miller --
Riveters, volunteers and WACS: women in Mobile during World War II / Patricia G. Harrison --
Japanese American women during World War II / Valerie Matsumoto --
v. 16. Women together: organizational life --
The "benevolent fair": a study of charitable organization among American women in the first third of the nineteenth century / Mary Bosworth Treudley --
Ladies bountiful: organized women's benevolence in early 19th-century America / Keith Melder --
Women in groups: an analysis of women's benevolent organizations in New York and Boston, 1797-1840 / Anne M. Boylan --
Timid girls, venerable widow and dignified matrons: life cycle patterns among organized women in New York and Boston, 1797-1840 / Anne Boylan --
Two "kindred spirits": sorority and family in New England, 1839-1846 / William R. Taylor, Christopher Lasch --
A "pleasingly oppressive" burden: the transformation of domestic service and female charity in Salem, 1800-1840 / Carol S. Lasser --
Business heads and sympathizing hearts: the women of the Providence Employment Society, 1837-1858 / Susan Porter Benson --
"True philanthropy" and the limits of the female sphere: poor relief and labor organizations in Ante-Bellum Cleveland / Michael J. McTighe --
The silent charity: a history of the Cincinnati Maternity Society / Kriste Lindenmeyer Dick --
The 1893 Congress of Jewish Women: evolution or revolution in American Jewish women's history? / Deborah Grand Golomb --
Organized mother love: the Buffalo Women's Educational and Industrial Union, 1885-1915 / Brenda K. Shelton --
"Our sister's keepers": the Minneapolis Woman's Christian Association and housing for working women / Lynn Weiner --
Civilizing Kansas: women's organizations, 1880-1920 / June O. Underwood --
Jewish women of the club: the changing public role of Atlanta's Jewish women (1870-1930) / Beth S. Wenger --
Mary Church Terrell and the National Association of Colored Women, 1896 to 1901 / Beverly W. Jones --
Toward a broader angle of vision in uncovering women's history: Black women's clubs revisited / Lynda F. Dickson --
Beyond the classroom: the organizational lives of Black female educators in the District of Columbia, 1890-1930 / Sharon Harley --
Women, consumerism, and the National Consumers' League in the Progressive Era, 1900-1923 / Allis Rosenberg Wolfe --
"Limited only by earth and sky": the Louisville Woman's Club and Progressive reform, 1900-1910 / Nancy Forderhase --
Kansas Federation of Colored Women's Clubs, 1900-1930 / Marilyn Dell Brady --
Working girls unite / Joanne Reitano --
"Sisterhood and sociability": the Utah Women's Press Club, 1891-1928 / Linda Thatcher, John R. Sillito --
Separatism as strategy: female institution building and American feminism, 1870-1930 / Estelle Freedman --
v. 17 pt. 1. Social and moral reform, part 1 --
Beauty, the beast and the militant woman: a case study in sex roles and social stress in Jacksonian America / Carroll Smith Rosenberg --
The power of women's networks: a case study of female moral reform in Antebellum America / Mary P. Ryan --
The Forten-Purvis Women of Philadelphia and the American anti-slavery crusade / Janice Sumler-Lewis --
Race, sex, and the dimensions of liberty in Antebellum America / Jean Matthews --
The origins of Temperance activism and militancy among American women / Jed Dannenbaum --
Women, children, and the uses of the streets: class and gender conflict in New York City, 1850-1860 / Christine Stansell --
Women and Temperance in Antebellum America, 1830-1860 / Ian R. Tyrrell --
The Yankee schoolmarm in Freedmen's schools: an analysis of attitudes / Sandra E. Small --
Women who were more than men: sex and status in Freedmen's teaching / Jacqueline Jones --
Yankee schoolmarms and the domestication of the South / Sylvia D. Hoffert --
The charitable and the poor: the emergence of domestic politics in Augusta, Georgia, 1860-1880 / Leeann Whites --
"The ladies want to bring about reform in the public schools": public education and women's rights in the post-Civil War South / Kathleen C. Berkeley --
Temperance, benevolence, and the city: the Cleveland Non-Partisan Woman's Christian Temperance Union, 1874-1900 / Marian J. Morton --
Their sisters' keepers: an historical perspective on female correctional institutions in the United States: 1870-1900 / Estelle B. Freedman --
The "new woman" in the New South / Anne Firor Scott --
Feminism and Temperance reform in the Boulder WCTU / Katherine Harris --
Cultural hybrid in the slums: the college woman and the settlement house, 1889-1894 / John P. Rousmaniere --
Female support networks and political activism: Lillian Wald, Crystal Eastman, Emma Goldman / Blanche Wiesen Cook --
Domesticating the nineteenth-century American city / Marlene Stein Wortman --
Women reformers and American culture, 1870-1930 / Jill Conway --
v. 17 pt. 2. Social and moral reform, part 2 --
Hull-House as women's space / Helen Lefkowitz Horowitz --
Hull House in the 1890s: a community of women reformers / Kathryn Kish Sklar --
Poverty, respectability, and ability to work / Susan Estabrook Kennedy --
The bonds of belonging: Leonora O'Reilly and social reform / Mary J. Bularzik --
Feminism or unionism? The New York Women's Trade Union League and the labor movement / Nancy Schrom Dye --
Mother's Day: the creation, promotion and meaning of a new holiday in the Progressive Era / Kathleen W. Jones --
Early community work of Black club women / Gerda Lerner --
School reform in the New South: the Woman's Association for the Betterment of Public School Houses in North Carolina, 1902-1919 / James L. Leloudis II --
Organized women as lobbyists in the 1920's / Dorothy E. Johnson --
Social feminism in the 1920s: Progressive women and industrial legislation / J. Stanley Lemons --
After Suffrage: Southern women in the twenties / Anne Firor Scott --
The National Women's Relief Society and the U.S. Sheppard-Towner Act / Loretta L. Hefner --
The Southern Summer School for Women Workers / Mary Frederickson --
The Association of Southern Women for the Prevention of Lynching, 1930-1942 / Henry E. Barber --
The ladies and the lynchers: a look at the Association of Southern Women for the Prevention of Lynching / Kathleen Atkinson Miller --
Women against Prohibition / David E. Kyvig --
Ladies' Day at the Capitol: women strike for peace versus HUAC / Amy Swerdlow --
The gender basis of American social policy / Virginia Sapiro --
v. 18 pt. 1. Women and politics, part 1 --
The Republican mother: women and the Enlightenment: an American perspective / Linda Kerber --
The Republican wife: virtue and seduction in the Early Republic / Jan Lewis --
Equity vs. equality: emerging concepts of women's political status in the Age of Jackson / Norma Basch --
"Co-laborers in the cause": women in the Ante-bellum Nativist Movement / Jean Gould Hales --
"Moral suasion is moral balderdash": women, politics, and social activism in the 1850s / Lori D. Ginzberg --
Harlots or heroines? A new look at the Richmond Bread Riot / Michael B. Chesson --
Women in the Southern Farmers' Alliance: a reconsideration of the role and status of women in the late nineteenth-century South / Julie Roy Jeffrey --
The domestication of politics: women and American political society, 1780-1920 / Paula Baker --
Immigrant women and consumer protest: the New York City Kosher Meat Boycott of 1902 / Paula E. Hyman --
Fighting for a future: farm women of the Nonpartisan League / Karen Starr --
Women and the Socialist Party / Mari Jo Buhle --
Other Socialists: native-born immigrant women in the Socialist Party of America, 1901-1917 / Sally M. Miller --
Housewives, Socialists, and the politics of food: the 1917 New York Cost-of-Living Protests / Dana Frank --
Defining Socialist womanhood: the women's page of the Jewish Daily Forward in 1919 / Maxine S. Seller --
Socialism and women in the United States, 1900-1917 / Bruce Dancis --
v. 18 pt. 2. Women and politics, part 2 --
Votes and more for women: Suffrage and after in Connecticut / Carole Nichols --
Were women to blame? Female Suffrage and voter turnout / Paul Kleppner --
Female ballots: the impact of the Nineteenth Amendment / Sara Alpern, Dale Baum --
Cornelia Bryce Pinchot: feminism in the post-Suffrage Era / John W. Furlow, Jr. --
After winning: the New Jersey Suffragists in the Political Parties, 1920-30 / Felice D. Gordon --
"Disfranchisement is a disgrace": women and politics in New Mexico, 1900-1940 / Joan M. Jensen --
Women and the Communist Party, USA, 1930-1940 / Robert Shaffer --
Women, citizenship, and nationality: immigration and naturalization policies in the United States / Virginia Sapiro --
Images of the woman juror / Carol Weisbrod --
'The forgotten women': Ellen S. Woodward and women's reflef in the New Deal / Martha H. Swain --
Women's place in American politics: the historical perspective / Louise M. Young --
White women volunteers in the Freedom Summers: their life and work in a movement for social change / Mary Aickin Rothschild --
Women in the Mississippi Legislature (1924-1981) / Joanne V. Hawks, M. Carolyn Ellis, J. Byron Morris --
v. 19 pt. 1. Woman suffrage, part 1 --
The radicalism of the Woman Suffrage Movement: notes toward the reconstruction of nineteenth-century feminism / Ellen DuBois --
Separate paths: Suffragists and the Women's Temperance Crusade / Jack S. Blocker, Jr. --
The case for domestic feminism: woman Suffrage in Wyoming / Virginia Scharff --
Woman Suffrage and the Massachusettes "Referendum" of 1895 / James J. Kenneally --
Woman's place is in the Constitution: the struggle for equal rights in Utah in 1895 / Jean Bickmore White --
A half century of struggle: gaining woman Suffrage in Kansas / Wilda M. Smith --
Working women, class relations, and Suffrage militance: Harriot Stanton Blatch and the New York Woman Suffrage Movement, 1894-1909 / Ellen Carol DuBois --
Leadership and tactics in the American Woman Suffrage Movement: a new perspective from Massachusetts / Sharon Hartman Strom --
The Woman Suffrage Movement in Mississippi, 1890-1920 / A. Elizabeth Taylor --
Kate Gordon and the Woman-Suffrage Movement in the South / Kenneth R. Johnson --
Kate Gordon and Louisiana Woman Suffrage / B. H. Gilley --
Tactical problems of the Woman-Suffrage Movement in the South / Aileen S. Kraditor --
The 1912 Suffrage Referendum: an exercise in political action / Marilyn Grant --
The Woman Suffrage Movement in Washington / T. A. Larson --
The Montana Woman Suffrage Campaign, 1911-14 / Ronald Schaffer --
v. 19 pt. 2. Woman suffrage, part 2 --
The problem of consciousness in the Woman Suffrage Movement: a California perspective / Ronald Schaffer --
Sue Shelton White and the Woman Suffrage Movement in Tennessee, 1913-20 / James P. Louis --
Woman Suffrage and the urban masses / Joseph F. Mahoney --
The urban political machine and woman Suffrage: a study in political adaptability / John D. Buenker --
The New York City Woman Suffrage Party, 1909-1919 / Ronald Schaffer --
Building a winning coalition: the Suffrage fight in New York State / Doris Daniels --
Jewish involvement in the New York City Woman Suffrage Movement / Elinor Lerner --
Sexual warfare in the silent cinema: comedies and melodramas of woman Suffragism / Kay Sloan --
Woman Suffrage in the Progressive Era: patterns of opposition and support in referenda voting, 1910-1918 / Eileen L. McDonagh, H. Douglas Price --
Fighting the odds: militant Suffragists in South Carolina / Sidney R. Bland --
Delaware's Woman Suffrage Campaign / Carol E. Hoffecker --
Woman suffrage in South Dakota: the final decade, 1911-1920 / Patricia O'Keefe Easton --
Women Anti-Suffragists in the 1915 Massachusetts Campaign / Louise L. Stevenson --
Male opponents and supporters of woman Suffrage: Iowa in 1916 / Thomas G. Ryan --
Along the Suffrage trail: From West to East for Freedom Now! / Amelia Fry --
v. 20 Feminist struggles for sex equality --
Feminist friends: agrarian Quakers and the emergence of woman's rights in America / Nancy A. Hewitt --
Women's rights and the wrongs of marriage in mid-nineteenth-century America / Francoise Basch --
Labor's true woman: domesticity and equal rights in the knights of labor / Susan Levine --
Sisters of the grange: rural feminism in the late nineteenth century / Donald B. Marti --
Populism and feminism in a newspaper by and for women of the Kansas Farmers' Alliance, 1891-1894 / Marilyn Dell Brady --
The anarchist-feminist response to the "woman question" in late nineteenth-century America / Margaret S. Marsh --
Feminist responses to "crimes against women," 1868-1896 / Elizabeth Pleck --
Charlotte Perkins Gilman: a feminist's struggle with womanhood / Mary A. Hill --
The Women's Trade Unon League and American feminism / Robin Miller Jacoby --
Creating a feminist alliance: sisterhood and class conflict in the New York Women's Trade Union League, 1903-1914 / Nancy Schrom Dye --
Feminism as life-process: the life and career of Lucy Sprague Mitchell / Joyce Antler --
Feminist politics in the 1920s: the National Woman's Party / Nancy F. Cott --
The National Woman's Party and the origins of the Equal Rights Amendment, 1920-1923 / Peter Geidel --
Feminist against feminist: the first phase of the Equal Rights Amendment debate, 1923-1963 / Judith Sealander --
Organized women in Mississippi: the clash over legal disabilities in the 1920's / Martha H. Swain --
Chellenging "woman's place": feminism, the Left, and industrial unionism in the 1930s / Sharon Hartman Strom --
Humor and Gender Roles: the "funny" feminism of the post-World War II suburbs / Nancy Walker --
The woman's community in the National Woman's Party, 1945 to the 1960s / Leila J. Rupp --
Women activists, Southern Conservatives, and the prohibition of sex discrimination in Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act / Carl M. Brauer --
The origins of the Women's Liberation Movement / Sara M. Evans --
Race, class, and gender: prospects for an all-inclusive sisterhood / Bonnie Thornton Dill --
The rise and fall of feminist organizations in the 1970s: Dayton as a case study / Judith Sealander, Dorothy Smith --
Feminism and the contemporary family / Barbara Easton --
A response to inequality: Black women, racism, and sexism / Diane K. Lewis.
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schema:description"v.5 pt. 2. The intersection of work and family life, part 2 -- The historical problem of the family wage: the Ford Motor Company and the five dollar day / Martha May -- Rural push and urban pull: work and family experiences of older Black women in Southern cities, 1880-1900 / Janice L. Reiff, Michel R. Dahlin, Daniel Scott Smith -- Our own kind: family and community networks / Judith E. Smith -- The "good managers": married working class women and family budget studies, 1895-1915 / Martha May -- The female life cycle and the measure of Jewish social change: Portland, Oregon, 1880-1930 / William Toll -- The Women's March: miners, family, and community in Pittsburg, Kansas, 1921-1922 / Ann Schofield -- Cotton mill people: work, community, and protest in the textile South, 1880-1940 / Jacquelyn Dowd Hall, Robert Korstad, James Leloudis -- Beyond the family economy: Black and White working-class women during the Great Depression / Lois Rita Helmbold -- The economics of middle-income family life: working women during the Great Depression / Winifred D. Wandersee Bolin -- Working after childbearing in modern America / Mary E. Cookingham -- A promise fulfilled: Mexican cannery workers in Southern California / Vicki L. Ruiz -- The impact of "Sun Belt industrialization" on Chicanas / Patricia Zavella --"@en
schema:description"v. 7 pt. 1. Industrial wage work, part 1 -- The economic status of women in the early Republic: quantitative evidence / Claudia Goldin -- Women, work, and the family: female operatives in the Lowell Mills, 1830-1860 / Thomas Dublin -- Women, work, and protest in the early Lowell Mills: "the oppressing hand of avarice would enslave us" / Thomas Dublin -- Work, gender and the artisan tradition in New England shoemaking, 1780-1860 / Mary H. Blewett -- Sexual harassment at the workplace: historical notes / Mary Bularzik -- Social change and women's work and family experience in Ireland and the United States / Edward L. Kain, Niall Bolger -- Working class immigrant women in mid-nineteenth-century New York: the Irish women's experience / Carol Groneman -- Female labor force participation: the origin of Black and White differences, 1870 and 1880 / Claudia Goldin -- "A good place to work": industrial workers and occupational choice: the case of Berkshire women / Judith A. McGaw -- "Honor each noble maid": women workers and the Yonkers Carpet Weavers' Strike of 1885 / Susan Levine -- The union of sex and craft in the Haverhill Shoe Strike of 1895 / Mary H. Blewett -- The work and wages of single women, 1870 to 1920 / Claudia Goldin -- Review essay: Women's wage work as myth and history / Alice Kessler-Harris -- "Where are the organized women workers?" / Alice Kessler-Harris -- Organizing the unorganizable: three Jewish women and their union / Alice Kessler-Harris --"@en
schema:description"v.1 pt. 1. Theory and method in women's history, part 1 -- New approaches to the study of women in American history / Gerda Lerner -- Women in American society: an historical contribution / Ann D. Gordon, Mari Jo Buhle, Nancy E. Schrom -- Capitalism, the family, and personal life / Eli Zaretsky -- Capitalism, the family, and personal life, part 2 / Eli Zaretsky -- The new woman: changing views of women in the 1920s / Estelle B. Freedman -- Placing women in history: definitions and challenges / Gerda Lerner -- History and historiography: the treatment in American histories of significant events concerning the status of women / Margrit Eichler, Carol Ann Nelson -- Sex and Race: the analogy of social control / William H. Chafe -- What should women's historians do: politics, social theory, & women's history / Linda Gordon -- The doubled vision of feminist theory: a postscript to the "Women and Power" Conference / Joan Kelly -- Politics and Culture in Women's History: a symposium / Ellen Dubois, Mari Jo Buhle, Temma Kaplan, Gerda Lerner, Caroll Smith-Rosenberg --"@en
schema:description"v. 11. Woman's bodies: health and childbirth -- "On the importance of the Obstetrick Art": changing customs of childbirth in America, 1760 to 1825 / Catherine M. Scholten -- Women, menstruation, and nineteenth-century medicine / Vern Bullough, Martha Voght -- The female animal: medical and biological views of woman and her role in nineteenth-century America / Carroll Smith-Rosenberg, Charles Rosenberg -- "The fashionable diseases": women's complaints and their treatment in nineteenth-century America / Ann Douglas Wood -- Women as victims of medical experimentation: J. Marion Sims' surgery on slave women, 1845-1850 / Diana E. Axelsen -- The hysterical woman: sex roles and role conflict in 19th-century America / Carroll Smith-Rosenberg -- Smothered slave infants: were slave mothers at fault? / Michael P. Johnson -- Making women modern: middle class women and health reform in 19th century America / Regina Markell Morantz -- From maidenhood to menopause: sex education for women in Victorian America / John S. Haller, Jr. -- Birthing and anesthesia: the debate over twilight sleep / Judith Walzer Leavitt -- Voluntary motherhood: the beginnings of feminist birth control ideas in the United States / Linda Gordon -- Chlorotic girls, 1870-1920: a historical perspective on female adolescence / Joan Jacobs Brumberg -- Under the shadow of maternity: American women's responses to death and debility fears in nineteenth-century childbirth / Judith Walzer Leavitt -- The American midwife controversy: a crisis of professionalization / Frances E. Kobrin -- Forgotten women: American midwives at the turn of the twentieth century / Judy Barrett Litoff -- The immigrant midwives of Lawrence: the conflict between law and culture in early twentieth-century Massachusetts / Eugene Declercq, Richard Lacroix -- "Science" enters the birthing room: obstetrics in America since the eighteenth century / Judith Walzer Leavitt -- Feminine hygiene, fashion, and the emancipation of American women / Fred E. H. Schroeder -- Using oral history to chart the course of illegal abortions in Montana / Diane Sands --"@en
schema:description"v. 5 pt. 1. The intersection of work and family life, part 1 -- Economic organization and the position of women among the Iroquois / Judith K. Brown -- Economic development and Native American women in the early nineteenth century / Mary C. Wright -- The lady and the mill girl: changes in the status of women in the Age of Jackson / Gerda Lerner -- Reflections on the Black woman's role in the community of slaves / Angela Davis -- "My mother was much of a woman": Black women, work, and the family under slavery / Jacqueline Jones -- Free Black women and the question of matriarchy: Petersburg, Virginia, 1784-1820 / Suzanne Lebsock -- Two worlds in one: work and family / Elizabeth H. Pleck -- The life cycles and household structure of American ethnic groups: Irish, Germans, and Native-born Whites in Buffalo, New York, 1855 / Laurence A. Glasco -- Fertility and marriage in a nineteenth-century industrial city: Philadelphia, 1850-1880 / Michael R. Haines -- Reconceptualizing family, work and labor organizing: working women in Troy, 1860-1890 / Carole Turbin -- Working-class women in the Gilded Age: factory, community and family life among Cohoes, New York, cotton workers / Daniel J. Walkowitz -- Homesteading in Northeastern Colorado, 1873-1920: sex roles and women's experience / Katherine Harris -- The Chicana in American history: the Mexican women of El Paso, 1880-1920: a case study / Mario T. Garcia -- Work and the Family in Black Atlanta, 1880 / William Harris -- Family time and industrial time: family and work in a planned corporation town, 1900-1924 / Tamara K. Hareven -- Imperfect unions: class and gender in Cripple Creek, 1894-1904 / Elizabeth Jameson -- A flexible tradition: South Italian immigrants confront a new work experience / Virginia Yans-McLaughlin -- New immigrant women at work: Italians and Jews in New York City, 1880-1905 / Thomas Kessner, Betty Boyd Caroli -- Beyond the stereotype: a new look at the immigrant woman, 1880-1924 / Maxine S. Seller -- Urbanization without breakdown: Italian, Jewish, and Slavic Immigrant women in Pittsburgh, 1900-1945 / Corinne Azen Krause --"@en
schema:description"v. 4 pt. 2. Domestic ideology and domestic work, part 2 -- The Black washerwoman in Southern tradition / Heather Biola -- From frontier activism to neo-Victorian domesticity: Mormon women in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries / Lawrence Foster -- Technology and women's work: the lives of working class women in Pittsburgh, 1870-1900 / Susan J. Kleinberg -- Embellishing a life of labor: an interpretation of the material culture of American working-class homes , 1885-1915 / Lizabeth A. Cohen -- The "Industrial Revolution" in the home: household technology and social change in the 20th century / Ruth Schwartz Cowan -- The manufacture of housework / Barbara Ehrenreich, Deirdre English -- Time spent in housework / Joann Vanek -- Experts and servants: the National Council on Household Employment and the decline of domestic service in the twentieth century / Faye E. Dudden -- The dialectics of wage work: Japanese-American women and domestic service, 1905-1940 / Evelyn Nakano Glenn -- Regulating industrial homework: the triumph of "sacred motherhood" / Eileen Boris -- Chicanas modernize domestic service / Mary Romero --"@en
schema:description"v. 17 pt. 2. Social and moral reform, part 2 -- Hull-House as women's space / Helen Lefkowitz Horowitz -- Hull House in the 1890s: a community of women reformers / Kathryn Kish Sklar -- Poverty, respectability, and ability to work / Susan Estabrook Kennedy -- The bonds of belonging: Leonora O'Reilly and social reform / Mary J. Bularzik -- Feminism or unionism? The New York Women's Trade Union League and the labor movement / Nancy Schrom Dye -- Mother's Day: the creation, promotion and meaning of a new holiday in the Progressive Era / Kathleen W. Jones -- Early community work of Black club women / Gerda Lerner -- School reform in the New South: the Woman's Association for the Betterment of Public School Houses in North Carolina, 1902-1919 / James L. Leloudis II -- Organized women as lobbyists in the 1920's / Dorothy E. Johnson -- Social feminism in the 1920s: Progressive women and industrial legislation / J. Stanley Lemons -- After Suffrage: Southern women in the twenties / Anne Firor Scott -- The National Women's Relief Society and the U.S. Sheppard-Towner Act / Loretta L. Hefner -- The Southern Summer School for Women Workers / Mary Frederickson -- The Association of Southern Women for the Prevention of Lynching, 1930-1942 / Henry E. Barber -- The ladies and the lynchers: a look at the Association of Southern Women for the Prevention of Lynching / Kathleen Atkinson Miller -- Women against Prohibition / David E. Kyvig -- Ladies' Day at the Capitol: women strike for peace versus HUAC / Amy Swerdlow -- The gender basis of American social policy / Virginia Sapiro --"@en
schema:description"v. 4 pt. 1. Domestic ideology and domestic work, part 1 -- American feminine ideals in transition: the rise of the moral mother, 1785-1815 / Ruth H. Bloch -- To earn her daily bread: housework and Antebellum working-class subsistence / Jeanne Boydston -- The cult of true womanhood: 1820-1860 / Barbara Welter -- Sentimental womanhood and domestic education, 1830-1870 / Phillida Bunkle -- Women shoeworkers and domestic ideology: rural outwork in early nineteenth-century Essex County / Mary H. Blewett -- The domestic balance of power: relations between mistress and maid in nineteenth-century New England / Carol Lasser -- Freedom's yoke: gender conventions among Antebellum Free Blacks / James Oliver Horton -- Women's perspective on the patriarchy in the 1850s / Anne Firor Scott -- Separate spheres, female worlds, woman's place: the rhetoric of women's history / Linda K. Kerber -- Household values, women's work, and economic growth, 1800-1930 / W. Elliot Brownlee -- American women and domestic consumption, 1800-1920: four interpretive themes / Jean Gordon, Jan McArthur -- Women as workers, women as civilizers: true womanhood in the American West / Elizabeth Jameson -- Cloth, butter and boarders: women's household production for the market / Joan M. Jensen -- "The Sphinx in the household": a new look at the history of household workers / Bettina Berch --"@en
schema:description"v.8 pt.1. Professional and white-collar employments, part 1 -- The female school teacher in Ante-Bellum Massachusettes / Richard M. Bernard, Maris A. Vinovskis -- In from the periphery: American women in science, 1830-1880 / Sally Gregory Kohlstedt -- American female historians in context, 1770-1930 / Kathryn Kish Sklar -- "To barter their souls for gold": female clerks in Federal government offices, 1862-1890 / Cindy S. Aron -- The duty or right to care? Nursing and womanhood in historical perspective / Susan M. Reverby -- Professionalism, feminism, and gender roles: a comparative study of nineteenth-century medical therapeutics / Regina Markell Morantz, Sue Zschoche -- Feminism, professionalism, and germs: the thought of Mary Putnam Jacobi and Elizabeth Blackwell / Regina Markell Morantz -- Doctors or ladies? Women physicians in psychiatric institutions, 1872-1900 / Constance M. McGovern -- From hospital to college: Black nurse leaders and the rise of collegiate nursing schools / Darlene Clark Hine -- Barred from the bar: women and legal education in the United States 1870-1890 / D. Kelly Weisberg -- "Little world of our own": the Pennsyvania [sic] Hospital Training School for Nurses, 1895-1907 / Nancy Tomes -- Research note: The male-female earnings differential: a historical overview of the clerical occupations from the 1880s to the 1970s / Albert W. Niemi, Jr. -- The labor market and the American high school girl 1890-1928 / Susan B. Carter, Mark Prus -- Woman's place is at the typewriter: the feminization of the clerical work force / Margery Davies -- Female solidarity and professional success: the dilemma of women doctors in late nineteenth-century America / Virginia G. Drachman -- The tender technicians: the feminization of public librarianship, 1876-1905 / Dee Garrison -- Women in the professions: a research agenda for American historians / Joan Jacobs Brumberg, Nancy Tomes -- Self-assertion and social commitment: the significance of work to the Progressive Era's new woman / Leeanne Giannone Kryder --"@en
schema:description"v. 14. Intercultural and interracial relations -- The role of Native women in the creation of Fur Trade Society in Western Canada, 1670-1830 / Sylvia Van Kirk -- Honor ideology, marriage negotiation, and class-gender domination in New Mexico, 1690-1846 / Ramon A. Gutierrez -- Cross-cultural marriages in the Southwest: the New Mexico experience, 1846-1900 / Darlis A. Miller -- Race, sex, and region: Black women in the American West, 1850-1920 / Lawrence B. deGraaf -- Frontierswomen's changing views of Indians in the Trans-Missippippi [sic] West / Glenda Riley -- A complex bond: Southern Black domestic workers and their White employers / Susan Tucker -- The Pocahontas perplex: the image of Indian women in American culture / Rayna Green -- Mexican women in San Antonio, 1830-1860: the assimilation process / Jane Dysart -- Black women and their communities in Colorado / Sue Armitage, Theresa Banfield, Sarah Jacobus -- Black and White women in interaction and confrontation / Gerda Lerner -- Sharing bed and board: cohabitation and cultural difference in central Arizona mining towns, 1863-1873 / Susan L. Johnson -- "Hardly a farm house: a kitchen without them": Indian and White households on the California borderland frontier in 1860 / Albert L. Hurtado -- Women's work among the Plains Indians / Susan M. Hartmann -- American Indian women and the Catholic Church / Valerie Sherer Mathes -- Racial ethnic women's labor: the intersection of race, gender and class oppression / Evelyn Nakano Glenn -- Doing "women's work": the Grey Nuns at Fort Totten Indian Reservation, 1874-1900 / Susan C. Peterson -- Crossing ethnic barriers in the Southwest: women's agricultural extension education, 1914-1940 / Joan M. Jensen -- Newcomers to Navajoland: transculturation in the memoirs of Anglo women, 1900-1945 / Helen M. Bannan -- Women and intercultural relations: the case of Hispanic New Mexico and Colorado / Sarah Deutsch -- Quiet suffering: Atlanta women in the 1930s / Julia Kirk Blackwelder -- Race, sex, and class: Black female tobacco workers in Durham, North Carolina, 1920-1940, and the development of female consciousness / Beverly W. Jones -- The role of women in a changing Navaho society / Laila Shukry Hamamsy --"@en
schema:description"v.8 pt. 2. Professional and white-collar employments, part 2 --"Union fever": organizing among clerical workers, 1900-1930 / Roslyn L. Feldberg -- Between two worlds: business women in a Chicago boarding house, 1900-1930 / Lisa M. Fine -- Tempest on the Hudson: the struggle for "Equal Pay for Equal Work" in the New York City Public Schools, 1907-1911 / Robert E. Doherty -- Sometimes independent but never equal: women teachers, 1900-1950: the Oklahoma example / Courtney Ann Vaugh-Roberson -- Women's participation in the Olympic Games 1900-1926 / Sheila Mitchell -- Cookbooks and law books: the hidden history of career women in twentieth century America / Frank Stricker -- Making flying "thinkable": women pilots and the selling of aviation, 1927-1940 / Joseph J. Corn -- Toward a history of women in librarianship: a critical analysis with suggestions for further research / Mary Miles Maack -- The complex visions of female teachers and the failure of unionization in the 1930s: an oral history / Richard A. Quantz -- "The Clerking Sisterhood": rationalization and the work culture of saleswomen in American department stores, 1890-1960 / Susan Porter Benson -- Women in the creation of the profession of social work / Clarke A. Chambers -- Occupational segregation, teachers' wages, and American economic growth / Susan B. Carter -- Academic women revisited: an empirical study of changing patterns in women's employment as college and university faculty, 1890-1963 / Susan Boslego Carter --"@en
schema:description"v. 10. Sexuality and sexual behavior -- Premarital pregnancy in America 1640-1971: an overview and interpretation / Daniel Scott Smith, Michael S. Hindus -- Passionlessness: an interpretation of Victorian sexual ideology, 1790-1850 / Nancy F. Cott -- The female world of love and ritual: relations between women in nineteenth-century America / Carroll Smith-Rosenberg -- What ought to be and what was: women's sexuality in the nineteenth century / Carl N. Degler -- Private lives and public order: a critical view of the history of intimate relations in the U.S. / Howard Gadlin -- Women's life in utopia: the Shaker experiment in sexual equality reappraised: 1810 to 1860 / D'Ann Campbell -- Sex and self-control: middle-class courtship in America, 1770-1870 / Ellen K. Rothman -- Seeking ecstasy on the battlefield: danger and pleasure in nineteenth-century feminist sexual thought / Ellen Carol Dubois, Linda Gordon -- "Living the principle" of plural marriage: Mormon women, utopia, and female sexuality in the nineteenth century / Julie Dunfey -- Fallen women: the inmates of the Magdalen Society Asylum of Philadelphia, 1836-1908 / Steven Ruggles -- "Ruined" girls: changing community responses to illegitimacy in Upstate New York, 1890-1920 / Joan Jacobs Brumberg -- The awesome power of sex: the polemical campaign against Mormon polygamy / Charles A. Cannon -- Sexuality in nineteenth-century America: behavior, ideology, and politics / Estelle B. Freedman -- Smashing: women's relationships before the fall / Nancy Sahli -- The morbidification of love between women by 19th-century sexologists / Lillian Faderman -- From sexual inversion to homosexuality: medicine and the changing conceptualization of female deviance / George Chauncey, Jr. -- "Imagine my surprise": women's relationships in historical perspective / Leila J. Rupp -- The American woman's pre-World War I freedom in manners and morals / James R. McGovern -- Lesbian magazine fiction in the early twentieth century / Lillian Faderman -- The crime of precocious sexuality: female juvenile delinquency in the Progressive Era / Steven Schlossman, Stephanie Wallach -- Nineteenth-century sexuality and the "Sexual Revolution" of the Progressive Era / Howard I. Kushner -- "A new generation of women": Progressive psychiartrists and the hypersexual female / Elizabeth Lunbeck -- Companionate marriage and the lesbian threat / Christina Simmons -- Lesbianism in the 1920s and 1930s: a newfound study / Vern Bullough, Bonnie Bullough -- Oral history and the study of sexuality in the lesbian community: Buffalo, NY, 1940-1960 / Madeline Davis, Elizabeth Lapovsky Kennedy --"@en
schema:description"v. 17 pt. 1. Social and moral reform, part 1 -- Beauty, the beast and the militant woman: a case study in sex roles and social stress in Jacksonian America / Carroll Smith Rosenberg -- The power of women's networks: a case study of female moral reform in Antebellum America / Mary P. Ryan -- The Forten-Purvis Women of Philadelphia and the American anti-slavery crusade / Janice Sumler-Lewis -- Race, sex, and the dimensions of liberty in Antebellum America / Jean Matthews -- The origins of Temperance activism and militancy among American women / Jed Dannenbaum -- Women, children, and the uses of the streets: class and gender conflict in New York City, 1850-1860 / Christine Stansell -- Women and Temperance in Antebellum America, 1830-1860 / Ian R. Tyrrell -- The Yankee schoolmarm in Freedmen's schools: an analysis of attitudes / Sandra E. Small -- Women who were more than men: sex and status in Freedmen's teaching / Jacqueline Jones -- Yankee schoolmarms and the domestication of the South / Sylvia D. Hoffert -- The charitable and the poor: the emergence of domestic politics in Augusta, Georgia, 1860-1880 / Leeann Whites -- "The ladies want to bring about reform in the public schools": public education and women's rights in the post-Civil War South / Kathleen C. Berkeley -- Temperance, benevolence, and the city: the Cleveland Non-Partisan Woman's Christian Temperance Union, 1874-1900 / Marian J. Morton -- Their sisters' keepers: an historical perspective on female correctional institutions in the United States: 1870-1900 / Estelle B. Freedman -- The "new woman" in the New South / Anne Firor Scott -- Feminism and Temperance reform in the Boulder WCTU / Katherine Harris -- Cultural hybrid in the slums: the college woman and the settlement house, 1889-1894 / John P. Rousmaniere -- Female support networks and political activism: Lillian Wald, Crystal Eastman, Emma Goldman / Blanche Wiesen Cook -- Domesticating the nineteenth-century American city / Marlene Stein Wortman -- Women reformers and American culture, 1870-1930 / Jill Conway --"@en
schema:description"v. 2. Household consitition and family relationships -- The American family in past time / John Demos -- Parental power and marriage patterns: an analysis of historical trends in Hingham, Massachusetts / Daniel Scott Smith -- Family history and demographic transition / Robert V. Wells -- Naming, kinship, and estate dispersal: notes on slave family life on a South Carolina plantation, 1786 to 1833 / Cheryll Ann Cody -- "The thing not its vision": a woman's courtship and her sphere in the Southern planter class / Steven M. Stowe -- A slave family in the Ante Bellum South / Loren Schweninger -- Antebellum Southern households: a new perspective on a familiar question / Elizabeth Fox-Genovese -- Female slaves: sex roles and status in the Antebellum plantation South / Deborah G. White -- Mother love and infant death, 1750-1920 / Nancy Schrom Dye, Daniel Blake Smith -- Wife beating in nineteenth-century America / Elizabeth Pleck -- Family limitation, sexual control, and domestic feminism in Victorian America / Daniel Scott Smith -- The origins of the female-headed Black family: the impact of the urban experience / Frank F. Furstenberg, Jr., Theodore Hershberg, John Modell -- Feminist implications of Mormon polygyny / Joan Iversen -- Polygamy and the frontier: Mormon women in early Utah / Lawrence Foster -- Korean women pioneers of the Pacific Northwest / Sonia S. Sunoo -- Loving courtship or the marriage market? The ideal and its critics, 1871-1911 / Sondra R. Herman -- Women and migration: autonomous female migrants to Chicago, 1880-1930 / Joanne Meyerowitz -- Amerika Nadeshiko: Japanese immigrant women in the United States, 1900-1924 / Yuji Ichioka -- Single mothers and child neglect, 1880-1920 / Linda Gordon -- Demographic change and the life cycles of American families / Robert V. Wells -- Updating the life cycle of the family / Paul C. Glick --"@en
schema:description"v. 1 pt. 2. Theory and method in women's history, part 2 -- Reflections on twentieth-century American women's history / Leila J. Rupp -- What the women's movement has done to American history / Carl N. Degler -- Placing women's history in history / Elizabeth Fox-Genovese -- White women/Black women: the dualism of female identity and experience in the United States / Phyllis Marynick Palmer -- Women in history: the modern period / Joan Wallach Scott -- On seeing and not seeing: a case of historical invisibility / Anne Firor Scott -- Beyond the search for sisterhood: American women's history in the 1980s / Nancy A. Hewitt -- Gender: a useful category of historical analysis / Joan W. Scott -- History and difference / Joan W. Scott --"@en
schema:description"v.6. Working on the land -- History from the inside-out: writing the history of women in rural America / John Mack Faragher -- Native American women and agriculture: a Seneca case study / Joan M. Jensen -- The ideal woman in the Antebellum South: lady or farmwife? / D. Harland Hagler -- The role and status of the female yoemanry in the Antebellum South: the literary view / Keith L. Bryant, Jr. -- "Not gainfully employed": women on the Iowa frontier, 1833-1870 / Glenda Riley -- Images of the frontierswoman: Iowa as a case study / Glenda Riley -- "You may depend she does not eat much idle bread", Mid-Alantic farm women and their historians / Joan M. Jensen -- Forgotten Persephones: women farmers on the frontier / Anne B. Webb -- Autonomy and dependency in the lives of Dakota women: a study in historical change / Patricia C. Albers -- Female planters and planters' wives in Civil War and Reconstruction: Alabama, 1850-1870 / Jonathan M. Wiener -- Black women in American agriculture / Minnie Miller Brown -- Women homesteaders on the Great Plains frontier / Sheryll Patterson-Black -- Women and their families on the Overland Trail to California and Oregon, 1842-1867 / Johnny Faragher, Christine Stansell -- "A helpmate for man indeed": the image of the frontier woman / Beverly J. Stoeltje -- Women in the agricultural settlement of the Northern Plains / Mary W. M. Hargreaves -- Women and men in Western history: a stereoptical vision / Susan Armitage -- Single women homesteaders in Wyoming, 1880-1930 / Paula M. Bauman -- Rural life among nineteenth-century Mormons: the woman's experience / Leonard J. Arrington -- Farm women's roles in the agricultural development of South Dakota / Glenda Riley -- "How're you gonna keep 'em down on the farm?": rural women and the urban model in Utah / Cynthia Sturgis -- "I've worked, I'm not afraid of work": farm women in New Mexico, 1920-1940 / Joan M. Jensen -- The ideal rural Southern woman as seen by Progressive Farmer in the 1930s / Pamela Tyler --"@en
schema:description"v.7 pt. 2. Industrial wage work, part 2 -- The 1907 Bell Telephone Strike: organizing women workers / Joan Sangster -- Women, wobblies, and workers' rights: the 1912 Textile Strike in Little Falls, New York / Robert E. Snyder -- Why women work: a comparison of various groups: Philadelphia, 1910-1930 / Barbara Klaczynska -- Rethinking the sexual division of labor: Pullman Repair Shops, 1900-1969 / Susan E. Hirsch -- Disorderly women: gender and labor militancy in the Appalachian South / Jacquelyn Dowd Hall -- Women in the work force: Atlanta, New Orleans, and San Antonio, 1930 to 1940 / Julia Kirk Blackwelder -- Women's work and the economic crisis: some lessons of the Great Depression / Ruth Milkman -- Redefining "women's work": the sexual divison of labor in the auto industry during World War II / Ruth Milkman -- "They have placed a penalty on womanhood": the protest actions of women auto workers in Detroit-Area UAW Locals, 1945-1947 / Nancy Gabin -- Women workers and the UAW in the post-World War II period: 1945-1954 / Nancy Gabin -- Protection of women workers and the courts: a legal case history / Ann Corinne Hill --"@en
schema:description"v. 12. Education -- Equally their due: the education of the planter daughter in the Early Republic / Catherine Clinton -- Mask of oppression: the female seminary movement in the United States / Keith Melder -- What, then, is the American: this new woman? / Anne Firor Scott -- The ever widening circle: the diffusion of feminist values from the Troy Female Seminary, 1822-1872 / Anne Firor Scott -- "Embodied selves": the rise and development of concern for physical education, active games and recreation for American women, 1776-1865 / Roberta J. Park -- Coeducation of the sexes at Oberlin College: a study of social ideas in mid-nineteenth-century America / Ronald W. Hoegland -- The impact of the "cult of true womanhood" on the education of Black women / Linda M. Perkins -- Self-help programs as educative activities of Black women in the South, 1895-1925: focus on four key areas / Cynthia Neverdon-Morton -- Domestication as reform: a study of the socialization of wayward girls, 1856-1905 / Barbara Brenzel -- Sex, science and education / Janice Law Trecker -- Homeopathy and sexual equality: the controversy over coeducation at Cincinnati's Pulte Medical College, 1873-1879 / William Barlow, David O. Powell -- Expansion and exclusion: a history of women in American higher education / Patricia Albjerg Graham -- Educating Indian girls at nonreservation boarding schools, 1878-1920 / Robert A. Trennert -- Guest editorial: The impact of Black women in education: an historical overview / Bettye Collier-Thomas -- Young women and the city: adolescent deviance and the transformation of educational policy, 1870-1960 / Michael W. Sedlak -- Doctorates for American women, 1868-1907 / Margaret W. Rossiter -- Here was fellowship: a social portrait of academic women at Wellesley College, 1895-1920 / Patricia A. Palmieri -- Women's colleges and domesticity, 1875-1918 / Roberta Wein -- "After college, what?": new graduates and the family claim / Joyce Antler -- Opportunity and fulfillment: sex, race, and class in health care education / Darlene Clark Hine -- Black women and higher education: Spelman and Bennett Colleges revisited / Beverly Guy-Sheftall -- It might have been euthenics: the Lake Placid Conferences and the Home Economics Movement / Emma Seifrit Weigley --"@en
schema:description"v. 15. Women and war -- Women in the American Revolution / Elizabeth Cometti -- Eighteenth-century American women in peace and war: the case of the Loyalists / Mary Beth Norton -- "As thy days, so shall thy strength be": North Carolina planter women in war and peace / Terrell Armistead Crow -- Emily Lyles Harris: a Piedmont farmer during the Civil War / Philip N. Racine -- The war within a war: women nurses in the Union Army / Ann Douglas Wood -- The romance and reality of defeat: Southern women in 1865 / Nancy T. Kondert -- Black women and the Great War: mobilization and reform in the South / William J. Breen -- Southern women in the War: the North Carolina Woman's Committee, 1917-1919 / William J. Breen -- "The mothers of the race" in World War I: the National War Labor Board and women in industry / Valerie J. Conner -- Notes and documents: "Uncle Sam just loves the ladies": sex discrimination in the federal government, 1917 / William Graebner -- Women workers and World War I: the American railroad industry: a case study / Maurine Weiner Greenwald -- Searching for the antecedents of Affirmative Action: the National War Labor Board and the Cleveland women conductors in World War I / Ronald M. Benson -- "Peace is a woman's job..." Jeannette Rankin and American foreign policy: the origins of her pacifism / Joan Hoff Wilson -- "Peace is a woman's job..." Jeannette Rankin and American foreign policy: her lifework as a pacifist / Joan Hoff Wilson -- The Woman's Peace Party and the moral basis for women's pacifism / Linda Schott -- The "womanpower" campaign: advertising and recruitment propaganda during World War II / Maureen Honey -- The working-class woman and recruitment propaganda during World War II: class differences in the portrayal of war work / Maureen Honey -- Women workers in World War II: Michigan as a test case / Alan Clive -- Last hired, first fired: Black women workers during World War II / Karen Tucker Anderson -- Working women and World War II / Marc Miller -- Riveters, volunteers and WACS: women in Mobile during World War II / Patricia G. Harrison -- Japanese American women during World War II / Valerie Matsumoto --"@en
schema:description"v. 20 Feminist struggles for sex equality -- Feminist friends: agrarian Quakers and the emergence of woman's rights in America / Nancy A. Hewitt -- Women's rights and the wrongs of marriage in mid-nineteenth-century America / Francoise Basch -- Labor's true woman: domesticity and equal rights in the knights of labor / Susan Levine -- Sisters of the grange: rural feminism in the late nineteenth century / Donald B. Marti -- Populism and feminism in a newspaper by and for women of the Kansas Farmers' Alliance, 1891-1894 / Marilyn Dell Brady -- The anarchist-feminist response to the "woman question" in late nineteenth-century America / Margaret S. Marsh -- Feminist responses to "crimes against women," 1868-1896 / Elizabeth Pleck -- Charlotte Perkins Gilman: a feminist's struggle with womanhood / Mary A. Hill -- The Women's Trade Unon League and American feminism / Robin Miller Jacoby -- Creating a feminist alliance: sisterhood and class conflict in the New York Women's Trade Union League, 1903-1914 / Nancy Schrom Dye -- Feminism as life-process: the life and career of Lucy Sprague Mitchell / Joyce Antler -- Feminist politics in the 1920s: the National Woman's Party / Nancy F. Cott -- The National Woman's Party and the origins of the Equal Rights Amendment, 1920-1923 / Peter Geidel -- Feminist against feminist: the first phase of the Equal Rights Amendment debate, 1923-1963 / Judith Sealander -- Organized women in Mississippi: the clash over legal disabilities in the 1920's / Martha H. Swain -- Chellenging "woman's place": feminism, the Left, and industrial unionism in the 1930s / Sharon Hartman Strom -- Humor and Gender Roles: the "funny" feminism of the post-World War II suburbs / Nancy Walker -- The woman's community in the National Woman's Party, 1945 to the 1960s / Leila J. Rupp -- Women activists, Southern Conservatives, and the prohibition of sex discrimination in Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act / Carl M. Brauer -- The origins of the Women's Liberation Movement / Sara M. Evans -- Race, class, and gender: prospects for an all-inclusive sisterhood / Bonnie Thornton Dill -- The rise and fall of feminist organizations in the 1970s: Dayton as a case study / Judith Sealander, Dorothy Smith -- Feminism and the contemporary family / Barbara Easton -- A response to inequality: Black women, racism, and sexism / Diane K. Lewis."@en
schema:description"v. 19 pt. 2. Woman suffrage, part 2 -- The problem of consciousness in the Woman Suffrage Movement: a California perspective / Ronald Schaffer -- Sue Shelton White and the Woman Suffrage Movement in Tennessee, 1913-20 / James P. Louis -- Woman Suffrage and the urban masses / Joseph F. Mahoney -- The urban political machine and woman Suffrage: a study in political adaptability / John D. Buenker -- The New York City Woman Suffrage Party, 1909-1919 / Ronald Schaffer -- Building a winning coalition: the Suffrage fight in New York State / Doris Daniels -- Jewish involvement in the New York City Woman Suffrage Movement / Elinor Lerner -- Sexual warfare in the silent cinema: comedies and melodramas of woman Suffragism / Kay Sloan -- Woman Suffrage in the Progressive Era: patterns of opposition and support in referenda voting, 1910-1918 / Eileen L. McDonagh, H. Douglas Price -- Fighting the odds: militant Suffragists in South Carolina / Sidney R. Bland -- Delaware's Woman Suffrage Campaign / Carol E. Hoffecker -- Woman suffrage in South Dakota: the final decade, 1911-1920 / Patricia O'Keefe Easton -- Women Anti-Suffragists in the 1915 Massachusetts Campaign / Louise L. Stevenson -- Male opponents and supporters of woman Suffrage: Iowa in 1916 / Thomas G. Ryan -- Along the Suffrage trail: From West to East for Freedom Now! / Amelia Fry --"@en
schema:description"v. 18 pt. 2. Women and politics, part 2 -- Votes and more for women: Suffrage and after in Connecticut / Carole Nichols -- Were women to blame? Female Suffrage and voter turnout / Paul Kleppner -- Female ballots: the impact of the Nineteenth Amendment / Sara Alpern, Dale Baum -- Cornelia Bryce Pinchot: feminism in the post-Suffrage Era / John W. Furlow, Jr. -- After winning: the New Jersey Suffragists in the Political Parties, 1920-30 / Felice D. Gordon -- "Disfranchisement is a disgrace": women and politics in New Mexico, 1900-1940 / Joan M. Jensen -- Women and the Communist Party, USA, 1930-1940 / Robert Shaffer -- Women, citizenship, and nationality: immigration and naturalization policies in the United States / Virginia Sapiro -- Images of the woman juror / Carol Weisbrod -- 'The forgotten women': Ellen S. Woodward and women's reflef in the New Deal / Martha H. Swain -- Women's place in American politics: the historical perspective / Louise M. Young -- White women volunteers in the Freedom Summers: their life and work in a movement for social change / Mary Aickin Rothschild -- Women in the Mississippi Legislature (1924-1981) / Joanne V. Hawks, M. Carolyn Ellis, J. Byron Morris --"@en
schema:description"v. 18 pt. 1. Women and politics, part 1 -- The Republican mother: women and the Enlightenment: an American perspective / Linda Kerber -- The Republican wife: virtue and seduction in the Early Republic / Jan Lewis -- Equity vs. equality: emerging concepts of women's political status in the Age of Jackson / Norma Basch -- "Co-laborers in the cause": women in the Ante-bellum Nativist Movement / Jean Gould Hales -- "Moral suasion is moral balderdash": women, politics, and social activism in the 1850s / Lori D. Ginzberg -- Harlots or heroines? A new look at the Richmond Bread Riot / Michael B. Chesson -- Women in the Southern Farmers' Alliance: a reconsideration of the role and status of women in the late nineteenth-century South / Julie Roy Jeffrey -- The domestication of politics: women and American political society, 1780-1920 / Paula Baker -- Immigrant women and consumer protest: the New York City Kosher Meat Boycott of 1902 / Paula E. Hyman -- Fighting for a future: farm women of the Nonpartisan League / Karen Starr -- Women and the Socialist Party / Mari Jo Buhle -- Other Socialists: native-born immigrant women in the Socialist Party of America, 1901-1917 / Sally M. Miller -- Housewives, Socialists, and the politics of food: the 1917 New York Cost-of-Living Protests / Dana Frank -- Defining Socialist womanhood: the women's page of the Jewish Daily Forward in 1919 / Maxine S. Seller -- Socialism and women in the United States, 1900-1917 / Bruce Dancis --"@en
schema:description"v. 16. Women together: organizational life -- The "benevolent fair": a study of charitable organization among American women in the first third of the nineteenth century / Mary Bosworth Treudley -- Ladies bountiful: organized women's benevolence in early 19th-century America / Keith Melder -- Women in groups: an analysis of women's benevolent organizations in New York and Boston, 1797-1840 / Anne M. Boylan -- Timid girls, venerable widow and dignified matrons: life cycle patterns among organized women in New York and Boston, 1797-1840 / Anne Boylan -- Two "kindred spirits": sorority and family in New England, 1839-1846 / William R. Taylor, Christopher Lasch -- A "pleasingly oppressive" burden: the transformation of domestic service and female charity in Salem, 1800-1840 / Carol S. Lasser -- Business heads and sympathizing hearts: the women of the Providence Employment Society, 1837-1858 / Susan Porter Benson -- "True philanthropy" and the limits of the female sphere: poor relief and labor organizations in Ante-Bellum Cleveland / Michael J. McTighe -- The silent charity: a history of the Cincinnati Maternity Society / Kriste Lindenmeyer Dick -- The 1893 Congress of Jewish Women: evolution or revolution in American Jewish women's history? / Deborah Grand Golomb -- Organized mother love: the Buffalo Women's Educational and Industrial Union, 1885-1915 / Brenda K. Shelton -- "Our sister's keepers": the Minneapolis Woman's Christian Association and housing for working women / Lynn Weiner -- Civilizing Kansas: women's organizations, 1880-1920 / June O. Underwood -- Jewish women of the club: the changing public role of Atlanta's Jewish women (1870-1930) / Beth S. Wenger -- Mary Church Terrell and the National Association of Colored Women, 1896 to 1901 / Beverly W. Jones -- Toward a broader angle of vision in uncovering women's history: Black women's clubs revisited / Lynda F. Dickson -- Beyond the classroom: the organizational lives of Black female educators in the District of Columbia, 1890-1930 / Sharon Harley -- Women, consumerism, and the National Consumers' League in the Progressive Era, 1900-1923 / Allis Rosenberg Wolfe -- "Limited only by earth and sky": the Louisville Woman's Club and Progressive reform, 1900-1910 / Nancy Forderhase -- Kansas Federation of Colored Women's Clubs, 1900-1930 / Marilyn Dell Brady -- Working girls unite / Joanne Reitano -- "Sisterhood and sociability": the Utah Women's Press Club, 1891-1928 / Linda Thatcher, John R. Sillito -- Separatism as strategy: female institution building and American feminism, 1870-1930 / Estelle Freedman --"@en
schema:description"v. 13. Religion -- The feminization of American congregationalism, 1730-1835 / Richard D. Shiels -- Young women in the Second Great Awakening in New England / Nancy F. Cott -- Domesticity and religion in the Antebellum period: the career of Phoebe Palmer / Anne C. Loveland -- A women's awakening: evangelical religon and the families of Utica, New York, 1800-1840 / Mary P. Ryan -- Maternity...of the spirit: nuns and domesticity in Antebellum America / Joseph G. Mannard -- Evangelical womanhood in the nineteenth century: the role of women in Sunday schools / Anne M. Boylan -- Memoranda and documents: the feminization controversy: sexual stereotypes and the paradoxes of piety in nineteenth-century America / David S. Reynolds -- Women in the Presbyterian Church: an historical overview / Janet Harbison Penfield -- Religion and the New England mill girl: a new perspective on an old theme / Jama Lazerow -- "Female laborers in the Church": women preachers in the Northeastern United States, 1790-1840 / Louis Billington -- She hath done what she could: Protestant women's missionary careers in nineteenth-century America / Barbara Welter -- Outside the mainstream: women's religion and women religious leaders in nineteenth-century America / Mary Farrell Bednarowski -- "Together and in harness": women's traditions in the sanctified church / Cheryl Townsend Gilkes -- "Christian woman, pious wife, faithful mother, devoted missionary": conflicts in roles of American missionary women in nineteenth-century Hawaii / Patricia Grimshaw -- The local parish as a female institution: the experience of All Saints Episcopal Church in frontier Minnesota / Joan R. Gundersen -- Women's response to plural marriage / Kahlile Mehr -- Zenanas and girlless villages: the ethnology of America evangelical women, 1870-1910 / Joan Jacobs Brumberg -- Sisters of St. Joseph: the Americanization of a French tradition / Patricia Byrne -- Catholic women religious and women's history: a survey of the literature / Elizabeth Kolmer -- Transitions in Judaism: the Jewish American woman througth the 1930s / Norma Fain Pratt -- In search of unconventional women: histories of Puerto Rican women in religious vocations before mid-century / Virginia Sanchez Korrol -- Catholic laywomen in the culture of American Catholicism in the 1950s / Jeffrey M. Burns --"@en
schema:description"1. Theory and method in women's history (2 v.) -- 2. Household constitution and family relationships -- 3. Domestic relations and law -- 4. Domestic ideology and domestic work (2 v.) -- 5. The intersection of work and family life (2 v.) -- 6. Working on the land -- 7. Industrial wage work (2 v.) -- 8. Professional and white-collar employments (2 v.) -- 9. Prostitution -- 10. Sexuality and sexual behavior -- 11. Women's bodies -- 12. Education -- 13. Religion -- 14. Intercultural and interracial relations -- 15. Women and war -- 16. Women together -- 17. Social and moral reform (2 v.) -- 18. Women and politics (2 v.) -- 19. Woman suffrage (2 v.) -- 20. Feminist struggles for sex equality."@en
schema:description"v. 19 pt. 1. Woman suffrage, part 1 -- The radicalism of the Woman Suffrage Movement: notes toward the reconstruction of nineteenth-century feminism / Ellen DuBois -- Separate paths: Suffragists and the Women's Temperance Crusade / Jack S. Blocker, Jr. -- The case for domestic feminism: woman Suffrage in Wyoming / Virginia Scharff -- Woman Suffrage and the Massachusettes "Referendum" of 1895 / James J. Kenneally -- Woman's place is in the Constitution: the struggle for equal rights in Utah in 1895 / Jean Bickmore White -- A half century of struggle: gaining woman Suffrage in Kansas / Wilda M. Smith -- Working women, class relations, and Suffrage militance: Harriot Stanton Blatch and the New York Woman Suffrage Movement, 1894-1909 / Ellen Carol DuBois -- Leadership and tactics in the American Woman Suffrage Movement: a new perspective from Massachusetts / Sharon Hartman Strom -- The Woman Suffrage Movement in Mississippi, 1890-1920 / A. Elizabeth Taylor -- Kate Gordon and the Woman-Suffrage Movement in the South / Kenneth R. Johnson -- Kate Gordon and Louisiana Woman Suffrage / B. H. Gilley -- Tactical problems of the Woman-Suffrage Movement in the South / Aileen S. Kraditor -- The 1912 Suffrage Referendum: an exercise in political action / Marilyn Grant -- The Woman Suffrage Movement in Washington / T. A. Larson -- The Montana Woman Suffrage Campaign, 1911-14 / Ronald Schaffer --"@en
schema:description"v. 3. Domestic relations and law -- Women and property in South Carolina: the evidence from marriage settlements, 1730 to 1830 / Marylynn Salmon -- "Smiling through her tears": Ante-Bellum Southern women and divorce / Jane Turner Censer -- The political and civil status of women in Georgia, 1783-1860 / Eleanor M. Boatwright -- "An act for the relief of females...": divorce and the changing legal status of women in Tennessee, 1796-1860, part 1 / Lawrence B. Goodheart, Neil Hanks, Elizabeth Johnson -- "An act for the relief of females...": divorce and the changing legal status of women in Tennessee, part II / Lawrence B. Goodheart, Neil Hanks, Elizabeth Johnson -- The Mississippi Married Women's Property Act of 1839 / Sandra Moncrief -- Invisible women: the legal fiction of marital unity in nineteenth-century America / Norma Basch -- Married Women's Property Law: 1800-1850 / Richard H. Chused -- Radical reconstruction and the property rights of Southern women / Suzanne D. Lebsock -- Apart but not adrift: wives, divorce, and independence in California, 1850-1890 / Robert L. Griswold -- Law, sex, cruelty, and divorce in Victorian America, 1840-1900 / Robert L. Griswold -- Who gets the child? Custody, guardianship, and the rise of a judicial patriarchy in nineteenth-century America / Michael Grossberg -- Late nineteenth-century Married Women's Property Law: reception of the early Married Women's Property Acts by courts and legislatures / Richard H. Chused -- Reynolds v. United States: nineteenth-century forms of marriage and the status of women / Carol Weisbrod, Pamela Sheingorn -- Divorce in the Progressive Era / William L. O'Neill -- The pressure to provide: class, consumerism, and divorce in urban America, 1880-1920 / Elaine Tyler May --"@en
schema:description"v. 9. Prostitution -- Disorderly city, disorderly women: prostitution in Ante-Bellum Philadelphia / Marcia Carlisle -- Strumpets and misogynists: brothel "riots" and the transformation of prostitution in Antebellum New York City / Timothy J. Gilfoyle -- Prostitution and politics in Antebellum New Orleans / Richard Tansey -- Careers in brothel prostitution: St. Paul, 1865-1883 / Joel Best -- Historical perspectives on the study of female prostitution / Frances Newman, Elizabeth Cohen, with Patricia Tobin, Gail [Gael] MacPherson -- The White Slave Traffic Act: historical impact of a federal crime policy on women / Marlene D. Beckman -- Free, indentured, enslaved: Chinese prostitutes in nineteenth-century America / Lucie Cheng Hirata -- Sexual commerce on the Comstock Lode / Marion Goldman -- Ameyuki-san: Japanese prostitutes in nineteenth-century America / Yuji Ichioka -- Capitalists with rooms: prostitution in Helena, Montana, 1865-1900 / Paula Petrik -- Medical Inspection of prostitutes in America in the nineteenth century: the St. Louis experiment and its sequel / John C. Burnham -- Changing American attitudes toward prostitution (1800-1920) / Robert E. Riegel -- The Progressives and the prostitute / Roy Lubove -- Prostitution, the alien woman and the Progressive imagination, 1910-1915 / Egal Feldman -- The private lives of public women: prostitution in Butte, Montana, 1878-1917 / Mary Murphy -- Seduced and abandoned in an American city: Cleveland and its fallen women, 1869-1936 / Marian J. Morton -- Tacit acceptance: respectable Americans and segregated prostitution, 1870-1910 / Neil L. Shumsky --"@en
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