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Women in American life; selected readings.

Author: Anne Firor Scott
Publisher: Boston, Houghton-Mifflin [1970]
Series: Life in America series.
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Genre/Form: History
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Scott, Anne Firor, 1921-
Women in American life.
Boston, Houghton-Mifflin [1970]
(OCoLC)654718618
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Anne Firor Scott
OCLC Number: 98679
Description: x, 214 p. illus. 22 cm.
Contents: Women in the New World --
The pueblos of the Southwest / Peter Farb --
Women in nomadic tribes / Mari Sandoz --
Hardship and good faith --
A sad infirmity / John Winthrop --
The trial of Anne Hutchinson / Ezra Stiles --
Complaint of a poetess / Anne Bradstreet --
A woman planter / Eliza Lucas --
In praise of a planter's wife / Philip Vickers Fithian --
Remember the ladies / John and Abigail Adams --
Slave and master / Linda Brent --
A week in the mills / E.D. Perver --
A critic of the Lowell system / Catherine Beecher --
Life in the cities --
Ladies of talent and leisure / Frances Trollope --
Conversations / Margaret Fuller --
Off to California / Sarah Royce --
A ladylike education / Thomas Jefferson --
An overview / Benjamin Rush --
A case for female education / Emma Willard --
Fashion, marriage, and the intellect / Sarah Grimke --
Training women to be teachers / Catherine Beecher --
The woman movement: the struggle for equal rights --
On behalf of the insane / Dorothea Dix --
World anti-slavery / Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B. Anthony, and Matilda Joslyn Gage --
Seneca Falls Declaration of Sentiments / Lucretia Mott, Martha C. Wright, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, and Mary Ann McClintock --
Outrage and indignation / Lydia Maria Child --
Casting off liberal men / Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B. Anthony, and Matilda Joslyn Gage --
The General Federation of Women's Clubs / Jennie Croly --
Social Settlements --
Women at the settlement house / Ellen Gates Starr --
Young people in the settlement houses / Jane Addams --
Working girls of New York / Jacob Riis --
Double discrimination / Anna Julia Cooper --
Letter from a Radcliffe girl / Kate Morris --
A new kind of medical doctor / Alice Hamilton --
The family relation / Charlotte Perkins Gilman --
Homemaking and careers --
The married career woman / George Herbert Palmer --
Higher education in the home / Alice Freeman Palmer --
A case against women / Francis Parkman --
The final battle / Susan B. Anthony --
Critics within the ranks / Amelia Barr --
A new generation in the suffrage movement / McClure's Magazine --
The germ of militancy / Edna Kenton --
The winning plan / Maud Wood Park --
Women in the twentieth century --
The flapper generation / F. Scott Fitzgerald --
The economic basis of the new morality / Suzanne LaFollette --
Motherhood and mankind / Margaret Sanger --
It's up to the women / Eleanor Roosevelt --
Equal pay and the new deal / Mary Anderson --
Women workers in the depression / Lorin Pruette --
In defense of the exceptional woman / Pearl S. Buck --
Donning coveralls in wartime / Katherine Glover --
Homemaking as a career / Marguerite Zapoleon --
Victory for what? / Mabel Newcomer --
The status of American women --
Report of the President's Commission on the Status of Women --
Epilogue to the Commission's Report / Margaret Mead --
Feminism revived / Betty Friedan --
Working women are still second / Mary Keyserling --
A new feminist declaration of purpose / National Organization for Women --
The birth of women's liberation / Marlene Nadle --
The rights of welfare mothers / Subcommittee on Fiscal Policy --
A black congresswoman speaks out for women's rights / Shirley Chisholm.
Series Title: Life in America series.

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