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Women and the making of America

Author: Mari Jo Buhle; Teresa Murphy; Jane F Gerhard
Publisher: Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Pearson Prentice Hall, ©2009.
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A chronological survey of the role and experience of women in American history, this book examines the issue of power in women's lives and women's history. Examining relationships between men and  Read more...

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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Mari Jo Buhle; Teresa Murphy; Jane F Gerhard
ISBN: 9780131839168 0131839160 9780138126889 0138126887 9780138126872 0138126879
OCLC Number: 184828873
Notes: "Combined volume."
Description: xlix, 767, [30] pages : illustrations (some color), color maps ; 26 cm
Contents: 1. Worlds apart, to 1700 --
Women in the Americas --
Hunting and gathering --
Cultural differences --
Marriage, family, and gender identities --
Exercising power --
Women's lives : Lady Xoc --
European women --
Flexible labor force --
Patriarchal societies --
Women's voices : living as a man --
Women's voices : love and money --
Challenges to patriarchy --
African women --
Work and power --
Women's lives : Idia, first Iyoba of Benin --
Family economics --
Dependence and freedom : slavery in Africa --
The gendered dynamics of contact --
Discovering new worlds --
Sexuality and claims of civilization --
gender and the emergence of the slave trade --
2. Contact and conquest, 1500-1700 --
Spanish conquest in the Southwest --
Immigration and work --
Captivity and kinship --
Women's lives : Doña Marina --
religion and conquest --
Witchcraft, resistance, and revolt --
Trading ventures in the North --
The fur trade --
Catholicism and conversion --
Women's voices : conflicts with t he Huron --
Marriage, sex, and survival in the middle ground --
New Netherland trade --
Plantation societies of the Southwest --
The tobacco economy --
Wealthy widows and serving wenches --
Slavery, race, and intermarriage --
Women's lives : Pocahontas --
Anxious patriarchs --
Godly societies of New England --
Goodwives --
Women's voices : a goodwife --
Family government --
Female piety --
Witchcraft and danger --
3. Eighteenth-century revolutions, 1700-1800 --
The market revolution --
Cities of women --
A new world of goods --
Issues of inequality --
Slavery in a market economy --
Family relations and social responsibilities --
Passions and patriarchal authority --
Women's voices : letter to a father --
Disorderly women : the challenge of the Great Awakening --
Female companions : the gendered enlightenment --
Declaring independence --
Daughters of Liberty --
Loyalist wives --
Women's lives : Mercy Otis Warren --
Fighting the war --
Seize the day : Indian and Slave women of the Revolution --
Women's voices : concerns of an Indian matron --
Female citizens --
Women's lives : Phillis Wheatley --
A virtuous Republic --
Republican mothers and virtuous wives --
Educated women --
A limited revolution --
4. Frontiers of trade and empire, 1750-1860 --
Indian country --
Multiple meanings of captivity --
Seneca households : "a perfect equality" --
Shawnee society and the incorporation of strangers --
Inheritance and power among the Cherokee --
Women's voices : a Cherokee leader --
Slavery and freedom in Louisiana --
The traffic in women --
Women's lives : Sacagawea --
New Orleans and urban slavery --
Gens de Couleur Libre --
Western frontiers --
Texas : the challenges of settlement --
New Mexico women and trading networks --
Women's lives : Gertrudis Barcelo --
California Missions --
The Overland Trails --
Women's voices : a missionary's perspective. 5. Domestic economies and Northern lives, 1800-1860 --
Industrial transformations --
Factory families --
Independent mill girls --
Family wage economy --
Town and country --
Seamstresses, servants, and shopgirls --
Sex for sale --
Butter and eggs --
Private lives : defining the middle class --
Hidden economy of housework --
Cult of domesticity --
Women's lives : Lilly Martin Spencer --
Courtship and marriage --
Women's voices : motherly discipline --
Sexual boundaries --
Controlling family size --
Multiple identities : race, ethnicity, and the female experience --
African American independence --
Irish domesticity --
Women's voices : an Irish immigrant --
German guardians of tradition --
The culture of sentiment --
Women on stage --
Scribbling women --
Earnest readers --
Women's lives : Sara Parton (Fanny Fern) --
6. Family business : slavery and patriarchy, 1800-1860 --
Antebellum slavery --
Strong as any man : slave women's work --
Status and special skills --
Family life --
Women's voices : a slave's plea --
Sexual demands of slavery --
Violence and resistance --
Plantation households --
Keeper of the keys --
Defense of patriarchy --
Women's lives : Mary Randolph Randolph --
Family networks --
Breaking ties --
Struggles for independence --
By the sweat of their brow : white yeoman households --
Freedom in the midst of slavery : the free African American community --
Living with the law --
Women's lives : Elizabeth Keckley --
Representing the South --
Constructing virtue : slave women --
Plantation novels --
Fighting for the South --
Women's voices : a defense of the South --
7. Religion and reform, 1800-1860 --
Revivals and religious virtue --
Gendered revivals in the North --
Evangelical commitments in the South --
Mothers and missionaries --
Preaching the word --
Women's voices : receiving the call to preach --
Religion and family authority --
Quakers, Spiritualists, and female autonomy --
Reform Judaism and gender hierarchies --
Power and danger in Catholic convents --
Controlling the body, perfecting the soul --
Celibacy of Shakers --
Bible communism : complex marriage in the Oneida community --
Moral reform societies : combating the sex trade --
Women's voices : reforming the men --
Bodily purification and the dangers of drink --
Women's lives : Mary Gove Nichols --
Curbing domestic violence --
Contesting the nation : social and political reforms --
Working women labor protests --
Protesting Indian removal --
Women's lives : Sarah Bagley --
Race, hierarchy, and the critique of slavery --
Politics and gender in the Antislavery Movement --
8. Politics and power : the movement for woman's rights, 1800-1860 --
Life, liberty, and property --
Communitarian experiments in family and property --
Family assets : married women's property laws --
Women's lives : Frances (Fanny) Wright --
Work and wages --
Challenging the doctrine of separate spheres --
Promoting female seminaries --
Confronting educational barriers --
Women's voices : the importance of college --
Demands for divorce --
Woman's influence versus woman's rights --The Beecher-Grimke debate --
Political participation --
Women's lives : Jane Cazneau --
From moral suasion to political action --
Forging a movement --
Seneca Falls and other conventions --
The female citizen --
Women's voices : a religious defense of woman's rights --
Aren't I a woman? --
Reaching out --
Marriage and divorce. 9. The Civil War, 1861-1865 --
The Northern home front --
Woman's National Loyal League --
Bonnet Brigades --
United States Sanitary Commission --
Women's voices : working for the U.S. Sanitary Commission --
Freedmen's aid societies --
Wartime employments --
On the battlefields --
Army nurses --
Women's voices : a Confederate nurse's story --
Soldiers --
Spies --
Plantation society in turmoil --
Unflinching loyalty to the causes --
Plantations without patriarchs --
Camp followers and contrabands --
Women's lives : Harriet Tubman --
A woman's war --
A moral crusade to end slavery --
Women's lives : Elizabeth Stuart Phelps --
Memoirs and memories --
10. In the age of slave emancipation, 1865-1877 --
Reconstructing Southern households --
The meaning of freedom --
women's voices : a slave's child remembers their quest for freedom --
Negotiating free labor --
White women on the old plantation --
"Freedom was free-er" in towns and cities --
Woman's rights reemerge --
"The Negro hour" --
Organizing for woman suffrage --
The notorious Victoria C. Woodhull --
Women's voices : lecturing on woman's rights --
The new departure --
Woman's right to labor --
Women's clubs --
Women's lives : Myra Colby Bradwell --
Associations for working women --
Trade unions --
Women's lives : Jennie Collins --
The Woman's Crusade --
"Baptism of power and liberty" --
Frances E. Willard --
Home protection --
11. The Trans-Mississippi West, 1860-1900 --
On the range and in mining communities --
Home on the range --
The sporting life --
Domesticity on the mining frontier --
Mormon settlements --
The doctrine of plural marriage --
"The Mormon Question" --
The woman's vote in Utah --
Women's voices : an anonymous Mormon speaks her mind --
Spanish-speaking women of the Southwest --
Landowning elite --
Communal villagers --
Urban householders --
Building communities in the heartland --
The Homestead Act and immigration --
Woman's work, never done --
Women's lives : Laura Ingalls Wilder --
Turning wilderness into "civilization" --
The patrons of husbandry --
Indian women, conquest, and survival --
The Nez Perce --
Plains Indians --
Women's voices : leaving for the Mission School --
The Southern Ute --
Women's lives : Susan L Fleshe Picotte, M.D. and Susette La Flesche Tibbles --
12. New women --
New industries, new jobs --
Manufacturing --
Retail sales and office work --
Women's voices : the first day on the job --
Domestic service --
New immigrants --
Chinese --
Italians --
Eastern European Jews --
The New South --
Tenant farming and sharecropping --
Domestic service --
Textiles and mill villages --
New professions --
Education --
Medicine --
Women's lives : M. Carey Thomas --
Women's lives : Marie Elizabeth Zakrzewska --
Ministry --
Visual arts --
The new woman at home --
Smaller families, better babies --
Women's voices : describing women's place in the Art World --
Woman's sphere transformed --
From production to consumption. 13. The Woman Movement, 1880-1900 --
Cross-class alliances --
Young Women's Christian Association --
Women's lives : Grace Hoadley Dodge --
Christian Homes for African American Women Workers --
Women's Educational and Industrial Union --
Illinois Woman's Alliance --
Spanning the nation --
National Woman's Christian Temperance Union --
National American Woman Suffrage Association --
Women's voices : suffrage visionary --
General Federation of Women's Clubs --
National Association of Colored Women --
Campaigns of the 1890s --
Populism --
Women's lives : Mary Elizabeth Lease --
Woman suffrage in the West --
Antilynching Crusade --
The Spanish American War --
Woman's empire --
Women's Foreign Mission Movement --
Women's voices : overseas missionary --
World WCTU --
Outposts of the YWCA --
14. The new morality, 1880-1920 --
Urban pleasures, urban dangers --
"Women adrift" --
Women's voices : weighing marriage against career --
Cheap amusements --
"Charity Girls" --
Changing relations of intimacy --
Courtship and marriage --
Divorce --
Women's lives : Kate O'Flaherty Chopin --
Female friends and women lovers --
Curbing "social evils --
social purity campaigns --
Crusading against prostitution --
Legislating against miscegenation --
Women's bodies and reproduction --
Designed for motherhood --
Controlling reproduction --
The Birth Control Campaign --
Women's lives : Margaret Sanger --
Rebels in Bohemia --
Living the new morality --
Women's voices : "Red Emma" critiques marriage --
Heterodoxy and feminism --
Art and politics --
15. The Progressive Era, 1890-1920 --
"Municipal housekeeping" --
Jane Addams and Hull-House --
The Settlement Movement : a community of women --
"A power for good" : neighborhood activism --
The era of women's strikes --
Women's Trade Union League --
Uprising in the garment industry --
"Bread and roses" : the Lawrence Textile Strike, 1912 --
Protective labor legislation --
Women's voices : surviving the Triangle Fire --
"Mother-work" --
Women's lives : Charlotte Perkins Gilman --
Juvenile courts --
Mothers' pensions --
The Children's Bureau --
World War I --
Wartime employment --
The Women's Peace Movement --
In national defense --
Keeping men fit to fight --
Votes for women --
Out of the doldrums --
Women's lives : Carrie Chapman Catt --
Southern strategy --
Winning campaign --
Women's voices : a suffrage militant --
Nineteenth Amendment, 1920 --
16. The Jazz Age, 1920-1930 --
"Revolution in manners and morals" --
Courtship in transition --
Women's lives : Georgia O'Keeffe --
Women's voices : "young women seek advice about petting" --
The companionate marriage --
Invention of the lesbian threat --
Women and work --
Married women workers --
Pink-collar workers --
Professional workers --
Beyond suffrage --
Feminist : new style --
The League of women Voters --
The Equal Rights Amendment --
The Sheppard-Towner Act --
Women's activism --
"Race women" and Pan-Africanism --
The Anti-Lynching Crusade --
Ku Klux Klan --
The culture of modernity --
Dance crazes --
The Harlem Renaissance --
Singing the Blues --
Women's lives : Gertrude "Ma" Rainey. 17. The Great Depression, 1930-1940 --
Facing the Depression --
The economics of running a house --
Postponing marriage and children --
Women's voices : Dust Bowl diary --
Gender and politics of providing --
Activism --
Appalachian women in the textile industry --
Chinese women in San Francisco's garment industry --
Latinas and the California canning industry --
Women and the New Deal --
Eleanor Roosevelt and the Women's Network --
Women's lives : Mary Williams (Molly) Dewson --
Women in the New Deal --
Gender in the welfare state --
Women's voices : discrimination in the Works Project Administration --
Cultures of the 1930s --
Representing gender in the New Deal public art --
Documenting the Depression --
Regulating Hollywood --
Women's lives : Mae West --
18. World War II home fronts, 1940-1945 --
Women at work on the home front --
Working for victory --
For the duration --
Double V Campaign --
Gender and wartime popular culture --
Advertising the war --
Women's voices : life on the homefront --
Hollywood's war --
Women's lives : Rita Hayworth --
Wartime fashion --
All-girl players --
Women's voices : joining the band --
Wartime domesticity --
Feeding a family --
Housing shortages --
Homemaking in the internment camps --
Women's lives : Mine Okubo --
Parenting during the crisis --
Creating a woman's army --
The Women's Army --
Gender anxieties in the Women's Army Corps --
Women's Air Force service pilots --
Prejudice in the Women's Army --
Demobilization --
19. The feminine mystique, 1945-1965 --
Beyond domesticity --
Rosie does not go home --
Working mothers --
Challenging segregation at work --
Cold war mothering --
Bringing up baby --
Momism --
The Black mother and racism --
Women's lives : Mamie Phipps Clark --
Remaking the American home --
The suburb --
Chinatown --
The Barrio --
The heterosexual imperative --
Women's voices : women can no longer be taken for granted --
Beauty icons --
Sexual brinkmanship --
Women's lives : Mary Steichen Calderone --
Beats and Bohemians --
Writing womanhood --
Sexual dangers --
Back-alley abortion --
The homosexual menace --
Lesbian subcultures --
Women's voices : butch in the 1950s --
20. Civil Rights and liberal activism, 1945-1975 --
The Civil Rights Movement --
Challenging segregation --
Women's lives : Fannie Lou Hamer --
Freedom struggles --
Coming of Age in Mississippi --
Women's voices : fighting segregation, an oral history --
A movement takes shape --
Labor activism --
The President's Commission on the Status of Women --
Building a movement --
Women's lives : Shirley Chisholm --
The National Welfare Rights Organization --
Women's voices : "welfare is like a supersexist marriage" --
Agenda for reform --
Legislating equality --
Education and athletes --
Women's lives : Patsy Matsu Takemoto Mink --
Reproductive freedom --
Media and the movement --
21. The personal is political, 1960-1980 --
Sexual revolutions --
Liberation for all --
Obscenity redefined --
Gay liberation --
Women's voices : lesbians in the Civil Rights Movement --
Women's liberation --
Women of the New Left --
Women's voices : a Vietnam War nurse writes home --
Black Feminism --
"We called ourselves 'feministas'" --
Women's lives : Audre Lorde --
The woman warrior --
Personal politics --
Rethinking heterosexuality --
Lesbian Feminism --
Women's lives : Kate Millett --
The Feminist Art Movement --
The Women's Health Movement --
Abortion activism --
Family life, one day at a time --
Women at work --
The "second shift" --
Marriage and divorce --
The feminization of poverty --
22. Endings and beginnings, 1980 to 2008 --
The New Right --
The STOP ERA Campaign --
The Pro-Family Movement --
Moral panics and culture wars --
Embattled feminists --
Women's lives : Sandra Day O'Connor --
The Antiabortion Movement --
Work and family in the 1990s --
Work and welfare --
Gender gaps --
Women's lives : Hillary Rodham Clinton --
Caring for the elderly --
Global America --
New faces, new families --
The Gulf Wars --
Terrorism at home and abroad --
Global Feminism --
Third-Wave Feminism --
Women's voices : a Third-Wave feminist analyzes beauty --
Women's voices : on the twenty-fifth anniversary of Roe v. Wade.
Responsibility: Mari Jo Buhle, Teresa Murphy, Jane Gerhard.
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   schema:description "1. Worlds apart, to 1700 -- Women in the Americas -- Hunting and gathering -- Cultural differences -- Marriage, family, and gender identities -- Exercising power -- Women's lives : Lady Xoc -- European women -- Flexible labor force -- Patriarchal societies -- Women's voices : living as a man -- Women's voices : love and money -- Challenges to patriarchy -- African women -- Work and power -- Women's lives : Idia, first Iyoba of Benin -- Family economics -- Dependence and freedom : slavery in Africa -- The gendered dynamics of contact -- Discovering new worlds -- Sexuality and claims of civilization -- gender and the emergence of the slave trade -- 2. Contact and conquest, 1500-1700 -- Spanish conquest in the Southwest -- Immigration and work -- Captivity and kinship -- Women's lives : Doña Marina -- religion and conquest -- Witchcraft, resistance, and revolt -- Trading ventures in the North -- The fur trade -- Catholicism and conversion -- Women's voices : conflicts with t he Huron -- Marriage, sex, and survival in the middle ground -- New Netherland trade -- Plantation societies of the Southwest -- The tobacco economy -- Wealthy widows and serving wenches -- Slavery, race, and intermarriage -- Women's lives : Pocahontas -- Anxious patriarchs -- Godly societies of New England -- Goodwives -- Women's voices : a goodwife -- Family government -- Female piety -- Witchcraft and danger -- 3. Eighteenth-century revolutions, 1700-1800 -- The market revolution -- Cities of women -- A new world of goods -- Issues of inequality -- Slavery in a market economy -- Family relations and social responsibilities -- Passions and patriarchal authority -- Women's voices : letter to a father -- Disorderly women : the challenge of the Great Awakening -- Female companions : the gendered enlightenment -- Declaring independence -- Daughters of Liberty -- Loyalist wives -- Women's lives : Mercy Otis Warren -- Fighting the war -- Seize the day : Indian and Slave women of the Revolution -- Women's voices : concerns of an Indian matron -- Female citizens -- Women's lives : Phillis Wheatley -- A virtuous Republic -- Republican mothers and virtuous wives -- Educated women -- A limited revolution -- 4. Frontiers of trade and empire, 1750-1860 -- Indian country -- Multiple meanings of captivity -- Seneca households : "a perfect equality" -- Shawnee society and the incorporation of strangers -- Inheritance and power among the Cherokee -- Women's voices : a Cherokee leader -- Slavery and freedom in Louisiana -- The traffic in women -- Women's lives : Sacagawea -- New Orleans and urban slavery -- Gens de Couleur Libre -- Western frontiers -- Texas : the challenges of settlement -- New Mexico women and trading networks -- Women's lives : Gertrudis Barcelo -- California Missions -- The Overland Trails -- Women's voices : a missionary's perspective."@en ;
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   schema:description "17. The Great Depression, 1930-1940 -- Facing the Depression -- The economics of running a house -- Postponing marriage and children -- Women's voices : Dust Bowl diary -- Gender and politics of providing -- Activism -- Appalachian women in the textile industry -- Chinese women in San Francisco's garment industry -- Latinas and the California canning industry -- Women and the New Deal -- Eleanor Roosevelt and the Women's Network -- Women's lives : Mary Williams (Molly) Dewson -- Women in the New Deal -- Gender in the welfare state -- Women's voices : discrimination in the Works Project Administration -- Cultures of the 1930s -- Representing gender in the New Deal public art -- Documenting the Depression -- Regulating Hollywood -- Women's lives : Mae West -- 18. World War II home fronts, 1940-1945 -- Women at work on the home front -- Working for victory -- For the duration -- Double V Campaign -- Gender and wartime popular culture -- Advertising the war -- Women's voices : life on the homefront -- Hollywood's war -- Women's lives : Rita Hayworth -- Wartime fashion -- All-girl players -- Women's voices : joining the band -- Wartime domesticity -- Feeding a family -- Housing shortages -- Homemaking in the internment camps -- Women's lives : Mine Okubo -- Parenting during the crisis -- Creating a woman's army -- The Women's Army -- Gender anxieties in the Women's Army Corps -- Women's Air Force service pilots -- Prejudice in the Women's Army -- Demobilization -- 19. The feminine mystique, 1945-1965 -- Beyond domesticity -- Rosie does not go home -- Working mothers -- Challenging segregation at work -- Cold war mothering -- Bringing up baby -- Momism -- The Black mother and racism -- Women's lives : Mamie Phipps Clark -- Remaking the American home -- The suburb -- Chinatown -- The Barrio -- The heterosexual imperative -- Women's voices : women can no longer be taken for granted -- Beauty icons -- Sexual brinkmanship -- Women's lives : Mary Steichen Calderone -- Beats and Bohemians -- Writing womanhood -- Sexual dangers -- Back-alley abortion -- The homosexual menace -- Lesbian subcultures -- Women's voices : butch in the 1950s -- 20. Civil Rights and liberal activism, 1945-1975 -- The Civil Rights Movement -- Challenging segregation -- Women's lives : Fannie Lou Hamer -- Freedom struggles -- Coming of Age in Mississippi -- Women's voices : fighting segregation, an oral history -- A movement takes shape -- Labor activism -- The President's Commission on the Status of Women -- Building a movement -- Women's lives : Shirley Chisholm -- The National Welfare Rights Organization -- Women's voices : "welfare is like a supersexist marriage" -- Agenda for reform -- Legislating equality -- Education and athletes -- Women's lives : Patsy Matsu Takemoto Mink -- Reproductive freedom -- Media and the movement -- 21. The personal is political, 1960-1980 -- Sexual revolutions -- Liberation for all -- Obscenity redefined -- Gay liberation -- Women's voices : lesbians in the Civil Rights Movement -- Women's liberation -- Women of the New Left -- Women's voices : a Vietnam War nurse writes home -- Black Feminism -- "We called ourselves 'feministas'" -- Women's lives : Audre Lorde -- The woman warrior -- Personal politics -- Rethinking heterosexuality -- Lesbian Feminism -- Women's lives : Kate Millett -- The Feminist Art Movement -- The Women's Health Movement -- Abortion activism -- Family life, one day at a time -- Women at work -- The "second shift" -- Marriage and divorce -- The feminization of poverty -- 22. Endings and beginnings, 1980 to 2008 -- The New Right -- The STOP ERA Campaign -- The Pro-Family Movement -- Moral panics and culture wars -- Embattled feminists -- Women's lives : Sandra Day O'Connor -- The Antiabortion Movement -- Work and family in the 1990s -- Work and welfare -- Gender gaps -- Women's lives : Hillary Rodham Clinton -- Caring for the elderly -- Global America -- New faces, new families -- The Gulf Wars -- Terrorism at home and abroad -- Global Feminism -- Third-Wave Feminism -- Women's voices : a Third-Wave feminist analyzes beauty -- Women's voices : on the twenty-fifth anniversary of Roe v. Wade."@en ;
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