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Women, families, and communities : readings in American history

Author: Nancy A Hewitt; Kirsten Delegard
Publisher: New York : Pearson Longman, ©2008.
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Genre/Form: History
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Women, families, and communities.
New York : Pearson Longman, ©2008
(OCoLC)679600083
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Nancy A Hewitt; Kirsten Delegard
ISBN: 9780321414878 032141487X 0321414861 9780321414861
OCLC Number: 131065381
Description: 2 volumes : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm
Contents: Volume 1: To 1900. Part 1: New world orders --
Jamestown: Pocahontas, Powhatan and the struggle for Virginia / Camilla Townsend --
Women and families in slavery and the slave trade / Jennifer L. Morgan --
The ways of her household: three New England women / Laurel Thatcher Ulrich. Part 2: Negotiating sex and gender in the eighteenth century --
Taking the trade: abortion and gender relations in an eighteenth-century New England village / Cornelia Hughes Dayton --
The origins of domestic patriarchy: white planter families in the eighteenth century Chesapeake / Allan Kulikoff --
Sexual violence in the politics and policies of conquest: Amerindian women and the Spanish conquest of Alta California / Antonia I. Castañeda. Part 3: The Revolution and early Republic --
"The day of jubilee is come": African American women and the American Revolution / Carol Berkin --
Eggs on the sand: domestic servants and their children in federal New England / Marla R. Miller --
The modernization of Greenleaf and Abigail Patch: land, family, and marginality in the new Republic / Paul E. Johnson. Part IV: Expansion and division --
Women and politics in the era before Seneca Falls: Boston and New York City / Anne M. Boylan --
Cherokee women and the trail of tears / Theda Perdue --
"I could not stay there": enslaved women, truancy and the geography of everyday forms of resistance in the antebellum plantation South / Stephanie M.H. Camp --
Sex, gender, culture, and a great event: the California gold rush / Albert L. Hurtado. Part V: The Civil War and its aftermath --
"Trying to do a man's business": slavery, violence and gender in the American Civil War / Drew Gilpin Faust --
Marching without a lance: giving meaning to freedom / Jean Fagan Yellin --
The reform of rape law and the problem of white men: age-of-consent campaigns in the turn-of-the-century South. Appendix. A statistical portrait / Ruth Milkman. Volume 2: Since 1865. Part I: The new American order --
"Not that sort of women": race, gender and sexual violence during the Memphis riot of 1866 / Hannah Rosen --
Hull House in the 1890s: a community of women reformers / Kathryn Kish Sklar --
Coming of age: the shock of the shops and the dawning of working women's political consciousness / Annelise Orleck. Part II: Modern women --
Putting on style (Chapter 3 from Cheap Amusements (Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1986): 56-76) / Kathy Peiss --
"I had my own business ... so I didn't have to worry': beauty salons, beauty culturists, and black community life / Tiffany Melissa Gill --
Women and the Ku Klux Klan: Klan women in Indiana in the 1920s / Kathleen Blee --
Disorderly women: gender and labor militancy in the Appalachian South / Jacquelyn Hall. Part III: Communities in crises --
Women of the Depression: Anglo, Black and Hispanic families in San Antonio, Texas / Julia Kirk Blackwelder --
Women health workers and the color line in the Japanese American 'relocation centers' of World War II / Susan L. Smith --
Women under fire: frontline U.S. Army nurses in World War II (chapter 4, "Staging for Italy," from And If I Perish: Frontline U.S. Army Nurses in World War II (New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2003): 120-145) / Evelyn M. Monahan and Rosemary Neidel- Greenlee --
"Leave It to Beaver" and "Ozzie and Harriet": American families in the 1950s / Stephanie Coontz. Part IV: Mobilizing communities --
"It was like all of us had been raped": sexual violence, community mobilization, and the African American freedom struggle / Danielle L. McGuire --
Moral mothers and Goldwater girls: women and grassroots conservatism in the American sunbelt / Michelle Nickerson --
Taking over domestic space: the battered women's movement and public protest from The World the Sixties Made: Politics and Culture in Recent America (Van Gosse and Richard Moser, eds., (Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2003): 163-184) / Anne Enke. Part V: Families in transition --
New World domestic order: immigrant workers in affluent America / Pierette Handagneu-Sotelo --
Lesbian mothers and baby making in the age of assisted procreation (chapter 2 from Family of Women: Lesbian Mothers, their Children and the Undoing of Gender (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2004): 40-61). Volume 2: Since 1865. Part I: The new American order --
"Not that sort of women": race, gender and sexual violence during the Memphis Riot of 1866 / Hannah Rosen --
Hull House in the 1890s: a community of women reformers / Kathryn Kish Sklar --
Coming of age: the shock of the shops and the dawning of working women's political consciousness. Part II: Modern women --
Putting on style: working women and consumer culture in turn-of-the-century New York / Kathy Peiss --
"I had my own business ... so I didn't have to worry": beauty salons, beauty culturists, and Black community life / Tiffany Melissa Gill --
Women and the Ku Klux Klan: Klan women in Indiana in the 1920s / Kathleen Blee. Part III: Decades of turmoil --
Women of the Depression: Anglo, Black, and Hispanic families in San Antonio / Julia Kirk Blackwelder --
Women under fire: frontline U .S. Army nurses in World War II / Evelyn M. Monahan and Rosemary Neidel-Greenlee --
Leave it to Beaver and Ozzie and Harriet: American families in the 1950s / Stephanie Coontz. Part IV: Mobilizing communities --
"It was like all of us had been raped": sexual violence, community mobilization, and the African American freedom struggle / Danielle L. McGuire --
Moral mothers and Goldwater Girls: women and grassroots conservatism in the American sunbelt / Michelle Nickerson --
Taking over domestic space: feminism and the battered women's movement / Anne Enke. Part V: Families in transition --
Domestica: globalization and the female face of recent immigration in California / Pierrette Hondagneu-Sotelo --
Lesbian mothers and baby making in the age of assisted procreation: the transformation of American families at the end of the twentieth century / Maureen Sullivan --
Appendix. A statistical portrait / Ruth Milkman and Vanessa V. Tinsley.
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