6 edition of What American Women Did, 1789-1920 found in the catalog.
October 1, 2007
Written in English
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It was an era of great transition for all women. A who's who of American women and some men (those who showed great support or, ironically, great opposition to women's reform) are described one year at a time, beginning with and ending with /5(1).
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A who's who of American women and some men (those who showed great support or, ironically, great opposition to women's reform) are described one year at a time, beginning with and ending with What American women did, a year-by-year reference.
[Linda Miles Coppens] -- A year-by-year chronicle of individual women's achievements in the areas of domesticity, work, education and scholarship, religion, arts, organized reform efforts, and law and politics from to.
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Export to EndNoteWeb; Export to EndNote; Save to List; Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag. Saved in: What American women did, a year-by-year reference / Bibliographic Details; Main Author. What American Women Did, A Year-by-Year Reference Ask a question: 0 Answers This reference book chronicles what American women did from the emergence of the republic through the end of World War I and the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment.
What American Women Did, (Reference Stacks HQC ) This book is a year-by-year chronology of important events but also of the overall state of various areas affecting women each year. Books By Linda Miles Coppens All What American Women Did, A Year-by-Year Reference Jan 1, by Linda Miles Coppens Hardcover.
$ Paperback. $ Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). The Book of Women's Firsts: Break-Through Achievements of almost 1, American Women Douglass Reference: CTR The Columbia Documentary History of American Women Douglass Reference: HQC65 The Columbia Guide to American Women in the Nineteenth Century Camden and Douglass Reference: HQC58 Author: Tom Glynn.
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Bataille, Laurie Lisa, editors-Bad Fruits of the Civilized Tree: Alcohol & the Sovereignty of the Cherokee Nation Author: Molly Thompson. Women In The s The lifestyle of women changed drastically in the s.
They gained liberties in all aspects such as marriage, politics, jobs and even self expression, along with various other features. Still limited, the liberties gained outweighed the restrictions that still occurred.
What American Women Did, A Year-by-year Reference ReviewA wonderful addition to my library. Both a great reference book and one I want the women and MEN in my family to read. Great research was done and the presentation was done in such an interesting way. Pictures used in this book added significant impact throughout.
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Little has been written about activist Matilda Joslyn Gage. I was presently surprised this evening when, looking for some books on feminism, I stumbled across Gage in the index of What American Women Did, by Linda Miles Coppens. Okay, perhaps stumbled is disengunous.
Frankly, I didn’t think I would find Gage there, but I looked anyway. The book covers work, home life, marriage, leisure, etc. The book contains much interesting information. The author tends to dwell on the disadvantages that some women laboured under,prefering on the whole to take a pessimistic view, and in the chapter on 'Leisure and Pleasure' one senses a certain reluctance to admit that women may have got /5.What American Women Did, A Year-by-Year Reference Linda Miles Coppens This reference book chronicles what American women did from the .American Women in the Progressive Era incorporates the words and experiences of individual women as found in biographies, diaries, letters, memoirs, and women's magazines from that period.
The book brings alive a period of rich social history and provides the reader with a sense of what it was like for women at that time.