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The Routledge Historical Atlas of Women in America.

By: Opdycke, Sandra.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Routledge Atlases of American History: Publisher: Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, 2014Description: 1 online resource (145 p.).ISBN: 9781135264444.Subject(s): Women -- United States -- History -- MapsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Routledge Historical Atlas of Women in AmericaDDC classification: 973.082 | 973/.082 LOC classification: HQ1410 .O67 2014Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Cover; Half Title; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; FOREWORD; INTRODUCTION; PART I: BREAKING OLD TIES: AMERICAN WOMEN BEFORE 1800; The First American Women; European Women in the New World; Women in the Northern Colonies; Women in the Southern Colonies; Enslaved Women in the Colonies; Women in the Revolutionary Era; Women in the Young Republic; Martha Ballard, Eighteenth-Century Midwife; PART II: WOMEN''S PLACE IN AN EXPANDING NATION: 1800-1865; White Women Move West; The Uprooting of Native American Women; Urban Women before the Civil War; Working Women of Antebellum America
Black and White Women on the PlantationWomen and Antebellum Reform; Angelina Grimké, Abolitionist; Southern Women during the Civil War; Northern Women during the Civil War; PART III: SEEKING A VOICE: 1865-1914; Women in the South during Reconstruction; Women of Color Face New Adversity; Settling the Prairies; The Lady of the House; A New Wave of Immigrant Women; Making a Home in the Tenements; Working Women at the Turn of the Century; Women in Factories; Women and the Unions; Sister Carrie in the Industrial City; New Professional Careers for Women; Women and Progressive-Era Reform
Bohemian WomenPART IV: TWO STEPS FORWARD, ONE STEP BACKWARD: 1914-1965; Winning the Vote; Women in World War I; Women''s Politics after Suffrage; Black Women Leaving the South; Women''s Work between the Wars; A World of Things to Buy; Selling Beauty; Women during the Depression; Eleanor Roosevelt, Voice of Conscience; World War II: Women in the Military; World War II: Women on the Home Front; The Move to the Suburbs; Confronting the Question of Race; PART V: REDEFINING WOMEN''S PLACE: 1965 TO THE PRESENT; Conflict and Dissent in the Late 1960s; Confronting the Question of Gender
Recent Trends in Women''s WorkRecent Trends in Women''s Income; Recent Trends in Women''s Immigration; Recent Trends in Women and Politics; Georganna Deas, Speaking Truth to Power; Recent Trends Regarding Women and Crime; Recent Trends in Women''s Health; Living Longer; AMERICAN WOMEN: STATISTICS OVER TIME; FURTHER READING; INDEX; MAP ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
Summary: First Published in 2000. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
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Cover; Half Title; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; FOREWORD; INTRODUCTION; PART I: BREAKING OLD TIES: AMERICAN WOMEN BEFORE 1800; The First American Women; European Women in the New World; Women in the Northern Colonies; Women in the Southern Colonies; Enslaved Women in the Colonies; Women in the Revolutionary Era; Women in the Young Republic; Martha Ballard, Eighteenth-Century Midwife; PART II: WOMEN''S PLACE IN AN EXPANDING NATION: 1800-1865; White Women Move West; The Uprooting of Native American Women; Urban Women before the Civil War; Working Women of Antebellum America

Black and White Women on the PlantationWomen and Antebellum Reform; Angelina Grimké, Abolitionist; Southern Women during the Civil War; Northern Women during the Civil War; PART III: SEEKING A VOICE: 1865-1914; Women in the South during Reconstruction; Women of Color Face New Adversity; Settling the Prairies; The Lady of the House; A New Wave of Immigrant Women; Making a Home in the Tenements; Working Women at the Turn of the Century; Women in Factories; Women and the Unions; Sister Carrie in the Industrial City; New Professional Careers for Women; Women and Progressive-Era Reform

Bohemian WomenPART IV: TWO STEPS FORWARD, ONE STEP BACKWARD: 1914-1965; Winning the Vote; Women in World War I; Women''s Politics after Suffrage; Black Women Leaving the South; Women''s Work between the Wars; A World of Things to Buy; Selling Beauty; Women during the Depression; Eleanor Roosevelt, Voice of Conscience; World War II: Women in the Military; World War II: Women on the Home Front; The Move to the Suburbs; Confronting the Question of Race; PART V: REDEFINING WOMEN''S PLACE: 1965 TO THE PRESENT; Conflict and Dissent in the Late 1960s; Confronting the Question of Gender

Recent Trends in Women''s WorkRecent Trends in Women''s Income; Recent Trends in Women''s Immigration; Recent Trends in Women and Politics; Georganna Deas, Speaking Truth to Power; Recent Trends Regarding Women and Crime; Recent Trends in Women''s Health; Living Longer; AMERICAN WOMEN: STATISTICS OVER TIME; FURTHER READING; INDEX; MAP ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

First Published in 2000. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

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Sandra Opdycke is Adjunct Professor of Urban Studies at Vassar College and Associate Director of the Fordham Institute for Innovation in Social Policy. She is the author of No One Was Turned Away: The Role of Public Hospitals in New York City since 1900, and the co-author of American Social Welfare Policy: Reassessment and Reform.

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