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Girls and literacy in America : historical perspectives to the present, Jane Greer, editor

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Girls and literacy in America : historical perspectives to the present
Title
Girls and literacy in America
Title remainder
historical perspectives to the present
Statement of responsibility
Jane Greer, editor
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
This work offers a tour of the opportunities, obstacles and achievements in girls' education from the limited possibilities of colonial days to the wide-open potential of the Internet generation. It features six essays focused on particular historical periods
Action
digitized
Cataloging source
N$T
Dewey number
370/.84/22/0973
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
LC1757
LC item number
.G57 2003eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
  • theses
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1964-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Greer, Jane
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  • Women
  • Literacy
  • Women
  • Femmes
  • Alphabétisation
  • EDUCATION
  • Literacy
  • Women
  • United States
  • Alphabétisation
  • Éducation des femmes
  • Histoire de l'éducation
  • Scolarisation
  • États-Unis
Label
Girls and literacy in America : historical perspectives to the present, Jane Greer, editor
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Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 341-367) and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Doris Mae Wells, The Lincolnian (1916)
  • "Irresistible charm"
  • Alma Green, Coles Pilot (1937)
  • The girls' league gazette (1944)
  • Friendship albums and yearbooks.
  • Friendship album
  • Mary Virginia (Early) Brown, The Indian News (1840)
  • "Our class history"
  • Rosalie Sherman, The Lincolnian (1907)
  • "Class history"
  • School newspapers and literary societies.
  • Thelma M. Brinson, The Lincolnian (1925)
  • "Class prophecy"
  • Carrie Gipson, Hermena Clay (1922)
  • Signatures
  • Lucille Booth, The Tiger (1954)
  • Signatures
  • LouAnn Phelps, Clarion (1971)
  • Poetry and short stories.
  • Reliquiae turrellae, et lachrymae paternae
  • Jane Turell (Benjamin Colman) (1735)
  • "Editorials"
  • "On virtue" (1766)
  • "To the University of Cambridge, in New-England" (1767)
  • "On being brought from Africa to America" (1768)
  • "On the death of a young lady of five years of age" (1770)
  • Phillis Wheatley
  • "Some verses"
  • Dora Read Goodale (1877)
  • "The young hunter"
  • Florence E. Tyng (1879)
  • "Lines to my classmates"
  • Prudence Withers, School Paper (1898)
  • Edna L. Turner (1920)
  • "Too young"
  • Grace Sibley (1926)
  • "Sixteen"
  • Maureen Daly (1938)
  • "I never knew"
  • Mary Betty Anderson (ca. 1930s)
  • "My plea"
  • Mary Matsuzawa (1945)
  • "The bend in the road"
  • "The history of the Lygaeum"
  • June Moriwaki (1945)
  • "Awakening"
  • Beth Hinds (1961)
  • "Busy Betty"
  • Morgan Childs (2000)
  • "I am"
  • Lauren Cannell (2002)
  • Letters and notes.
  • A girl's life eighty years ago
  • Eliza Southgate Bowne (1797-1802)
  • Priscilla Washington, Lincoln High School Annual (1904)
  • Letters of Mary L. Hood, Pearl Hobart, and Nettie Conine (1876-1878)
  • Letter received by Mary Stuart (Robertson) Beard (1910)
  • Undated letters
  • L.A. and L.B. (ca. 1930s)
  • E-mail to Miriam Forman-Brunell
  • Martina Tepper (March 13, 2002)
  • Diaries.
  • Diary of Anna Green Winslow (1772)
  • Diary
  • Elizabeth Ann Cooley McClure (1842-1844)
  • "The mouse"
  • Diary
  • Helen Stewart (1853)
  • Diaries
  • Dorothy Allen Brown Thompson (1911-1914)
  • Anonymous diary, high school girl (1943)
  • Internet diary of bacon4u (2002)
  • Nettie Worth, Indian News (1907)
  • "Are you building a house or a shack?"
  • Amy Goodburn
  • "That cosmopolitan feeling" : teenage girls and literacy, 1920-1970
  • Kelly Schrum
  • Expanding literacies at the end of the twentieth century : girls, writing, and science education
  • Lisa Weems, Paul Miller, Janet Russell, and Andrea A. Lunsford
  • Primary documents.
  • Instructional materials : [textbooks, conduct literature, periodicals, and book lists].
  • Hornbooks (ca. sixteenth, seventeenth, and eighteenth centuries)
  • The New-England primer (1727)
  • The teacher's assistant in English composition
  • Historical overview.
  • John Walker (1801)
  • The young lady's friend
  • Eliza W.R. Farrar (1836)
  • First lessons in composition
  • G.P. Quackenbos (1851)
  • The lady's guide to perfect gentility
  • Emily Thornwell (1856)
  • McGuffey's fifth eclectic reader
  • William McGuffey (1879)
  • "How to keep a journal"
  • The uses of literacy by girls in colonial America
  • W.S. Jerome, St. Nicholas (1878)
  • "Keeping the cream of one's reading"
  • Margaret Meredith, St. Nicholas (1886)
  • "Books for varying tastes"
  • Sophia L. Goldsmith, American girl (1932)
  • "Books for the older girls"
  • Sallie W. Stewart (1933)
  • "Dear diary"
  • Elizabeth Woodward, Ladies' Home Journal (1935)
  • "How to be popular tho' teacher's pet"
  • E. Jennifer Monaghan
  • Elizabeth Woodward, Ladies' Home Journal (1936)
  • "Write a better book review this semester"
  • Helen G. First, Seventeen (1960)
  • School assignments.
  • "Imperfections of female education"
  • Albana C. Carson (1851)
  • "Mystery"
  • Eugenia Stout (1853)
  • "My will"
  • Ellen Riley (1856)
  • "A few patchwork opinions" : piecing together narratives of U.S. girls' early national schooling
  • "Cotton"
  • Mabel Davis (1915)
  • "From field to kitchen"
  • Mamie Stewart (1915)
  • "The circulation of the blood"
  • "Surf bathing"
  • "Frances Royster Williams (1915)
  • "All about me"
  • "Dear Ellen"
  • "What America Means to Me"
  • Janet Carey Eldred, Peter Mortensen
  • Mary R. (ca. 1960s)
  • "Recommendation to a patient"
  • Laura Griffith (pseudonym) (1999-2000)
  • Nineteenth-century girls and literacy
  • Jean Ferguson Carr
  • Girls' literacy in the progressive era : female and American Indian identity at the Genoa Indian School
Control code
ocm52922819
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xxxi, 380 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781576076675
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
illustrations
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
Stock number
265408
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o52922819
  • (OCoLC)52922819
System details
Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002.
Label
Girls and literacy in America : historical perspectives to the present, Jane Greer, editor
Link
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 341-367) and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Doris Mae Wells, The Lincolnian (1916)
  • "Irresistible charm"
  • Alma Green, Coles Pilot (1937)
  • The girls' league gazette (1944)
  • Friendship albums and yearbooks.
  • Friendship album
  • Mary Virginia (Early) Brown, The Indian News (1840)
  • "Our class history"
  • Rosalie Sherman, The Lincolnian (1907)
  • "Class history"
  • School newspapers and literary societies.
  • Thelma M. Brinson, The Lincolnian (1925)
  • "Class prophecy"
  • Carrie Gipson, Hermena Clay (1922)
  • Signatures
  • Lucille Booth, The Tiger (1954)
  • Signatures
  • LouAnn Phelps, Clarion (1971)
  • Poetry and short stories.
  • Reliquiae turrellae, et lachrymae paternae
  • Jane Turell (Benjamin Colman) (1735)
  • "Editorials"
  • "On virtue" (1766)
  • "To the University of Cambridge, in New-England" (1767)
  • "On being brought from Africa to America" (1768)
  • "On the death of a young lady of five years of age" (1770)
  • Phillis Wheatley
  • "Some verses"
  • Dora Read Goodale (1877)
  • "The young hunter"
  • Florence E. Tyng (1879)
  • "Lines to my classmates"
  • Prudence Withers, School Paper (1898)
  • Edna L. Turner (1920)
  • "Too young"
  • Grace Sibley (1926)
  • "Sixteen"
  • Maureen Daly (1938)
  • "I never knew"
  • Mary Betty Anderson (ca. 1930s)
  • "My plea"
  • Mary Matsuzawa (1945)
  • "The bend in the road"
  • "The history of the Lygaeum"
  • June Moriwaki (1945)
  • "Awakening"
  • Beth Hinds (1961)
  • "Busy Betty"
  • Morgan Childs (2000)
  • "I am"
  • Lauren Cannell (2002)
  • Letters and notes.
  • A girl's life eighty years ago
  • Eliza Southgate Bowne (1797-1802)
  • Priscilla Washington, Lincoln High School Annual (1904)
  • Letters of Mary L. Hood, Pearl Hobart, and Nettie Conine (1876-1878)
  • Letter received by Mary Stuart (Robertson) Beard (1910)
  • Undated letters
  • L.A. and L.B. (ca. 1930s)
  • E-mail to Miriam Forman-Brunell
  • Martina Tepper (March 13, 2002)
  • Diaries.
  • Diary of Anna Green Winslow (1772)
  • Diary
  • Elizabeth Ann Cooley McClure (1842-1844)
  • "The mouse"
  • Diary
  • Helen Stewart (1853)
  • Diaries
  • Dorothy Allen Brown Thompson (1911-1914)
  • Anonymous diary, high school girl (1943)
  • Internet diary of bacon4u (2002)
  • Nettie Worth, Indian News (1907)
  • "Are you building a house or a shack?"
  • Amy Goodburn
  • "That cosmopolitan feeling" : teenage girls and literacy, 1920-1970
  • Kelly Schrum
  • Expanding literacies at the end of the twentieth century : girls, writing, and science education
  • Lisa Weems, Paul Miller, Janet Russell, and Andrea A. Lunsford
  • Primary documents.
  • Instructional materials : [textbooks, conduct literature, periodicals, and book lists].
  • Hornbooks (ca. sixteenth, seventeenth, and eighteenth centuries)
  • The New-England primer (1727)
  • The teacher's assistant in English composition
  • Historical overview.
  • John Walker (1801)
  • The young lady's friend
  • Eliza W.R. Farrar (1836)
  • First lessons in composition
  • G.P. Quackenbos (1851)
  • The lady's guide to perfect gentility
  • Emily Thornwell (1856)
  • McGuffey's fifth eclectic reader
  • William McGuffey (1879)
  • "How to keep a journal"
  • The uses of literacy by girls in colonial America
  • W.S. Jerome, St. Nicholas (1878)
  • "Keeping the cream of one's reading"
  • Margaret Meredith, St. Nicholas (1886)
  • "Books for varying tastes"
  • Sophia L. Goldsmith, American girl (1932)
  • "Books for the older girls"
  • Sallie W. Stewart (1933)
  • "Dear diary"
  • Elizabeth Woodward, Ladies' Home Journal (1935)
  • "How to be popular tho' teacher's pet"
  • E. Jennifer Monaghan
  • Elizabeth Woodward, Ladies' Home Journal (1936)
  • "Write a better book review this semester"
  • Helen G. First, Seventeen (1960)
  • School assignments.
  • "Imperfections of female education"
  • Albana C. Carson (1851)
  • "Mystery"
  • Eugenia Stout (1853)
  • "My will"
  • Ellen Riley (1856)
  • "A few patchwork opinions" : piecing together narratives of U.S. girls' early national schooling
  • "Cotton"
  • Mabel Davis (1915)
  • "From field to kitchen"
  • Mamie Stewart (1915)
  • "The circulation of the blood"
  • "Surf bathing"
  • "Frances Royster Williams (1915)
  • "All about me"
  • "Dear Ellen"
  • "What America Means to Me"
  • Janet Carey Eldred, Peter Mortensen
  • Mary R. (ca. 1960s)
  • "Recommendation to a patient"
  • Laura Griffith (pseudonym) (1999-2000)
  • Nineteenth-century girls and literacy
  • Jean Ferguson Carr
  • Girls' literacy in the progressive era : female and American Indian identity at the Genoa Indian School
Control code
ocm52922819
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xxxi, 380 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781576076675
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
illustrations
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
Stock number
265408
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o52922819
  • (OCoLC)52922819
System details
Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002.

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