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The Resource The Female experience : an American documentary, [edited by] Gerda Lerner

The Female experience : an American documentary, [edited by] Gerda Lerner

Label
The Female experience : an American documentary
Title
The Female experience
Title remainder
an American documentary
Statement of responsibility
[edited by] Gerda Lerner
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
The writings of American women from the seventeenth sentury to the present are arranged according to their concern with the life stages of women, female experience in the workplace, and the development of the female consciousness
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
301.41/2/0973
Index
index present
LC call number
HQ1410
LC item number
.F45
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1920-2013
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Lerner, Gerda
Series statement
The American heritage series
Series volume
no. 90
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Umschulungswerkstätten für Siedler und Auswanderer
  • Women
  • Women
  • Women
  • Women
  • United States
  • Frau
  • Soziale Situation
  • Frau
  • USA
  • Social Change
  • Social Conditions
  • Women
Label
The Female experience : an American documentary, [edited by] Gerda Lerner
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 495-499) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Training the girl to patience / Louisa May Alcott -- Childhood in slavery / Martha Harrison / Anonymous -- You owe more to your mother and the younger children than you do to any other plans / Mary Putnam Jacobi, M.D. -- A mother advises her daughter / Martha Coffin Wright -- In fear of hell and damnation / Mary A. Livermore -- From Frank to Frances / Frances E. Willard -- The childhood of an immigrant working girl / Rose Schneiderman -- Engagements / Eliza Lucas Pinckney / Ellen Wright Garrison / Rose Cohen / Harriet Beecher Stowe -- An emancipated marriage / Marius and Emily Robinson -- In woman's sphere and out of it / Jane Swisshelm -- Runaway wives / Elizabeth Perkins / Mary Dodd -- Motherhood in the Minnesota territory / Anonymous -- A difficult childbirth / Fanny Wright -- Why don't I wean him? / Martha Coffin Wright -- A feminist debates marital restraint with her brothers and sisters / Lucy Stone with Francis, William Bowman, and Luther and Sarah Stone -- Marriage / Sarah M. Grimke -- The story of Sadie Sachs / Margaret Sanger -- On spinsterhood / Catharine M. Sedgwick -- The practicing housewife / Martha Coffin Wright -- Woman's work and man's supremacy / Jane Swisshelm -- Female trials / Cleo Dora -- Words of comfort for a discouraged housekeeper / Catharine Esther Beecher -- Employments in 1864 / Lydia Maria Child -- The life of an Illinois farmer's wife / Anonymous -- A modern housewife's lament / Herma L. Snider -- The working mother keeps house / Anonymous -- The housewife and the eight-hour day / Theresa Malkiel -- In woman's defense / Mary Inman -- A modest proposal for freeing women from housework / Charlotte Perkins Gilman -- The death of an aged Quaker woman / Eliza Coffin Yarnall -- The death of a younger sister / Mary A. Livermore -- The death of a mother after childbirth / Anonymous -- Memorial to a female preacher / Salome Lincoln -- The death of a husband at war / Mary A. Dennison -- Nursing an aging mother / Marian Louise Moore -- Duty commands you / Mary Holywell Everett, M.D. -- From family nursing to volunteer nursing in the Civil War / Jane Swisshelm -- Organized charity / Society for the Relief of Poor Widows with Small Children / Phillis Wheatley Home Association of Detroit / St. Louis Colored Orphan Home -- Education for young ladies / The Youn-Ladies' Academy of Philadelphia -- A plan for improving female education / Emma Hart Willard -- In a daughter they have a human being; in a son the same / Frances Wright -- The school marm / Anna Howard Shaw / Susan B. Anthony -- Teaching the freedmen / Mary S. Battey / Lucy Chase / Sarah A. Allen -- The cotton gin school house / Emma J. Wilson -- An Illinois farm girl debates woman's education / Rena Rietveld Verduin -- Academic women attack institutional discrimination / Bernice Sandler -- Comestic help on the farm / Sarah Christie Stevens -- Friendly counsel for domestics / Catharine Esther Beecher -- Anything but housework -- Our feudal housewives -- Collective bargaining for household technicians -- Limited choices / Caroline Dall -- An early turn-out / salome Lincoln -- New York tailoresses oraganize / Lavinia Waight / New York Sun / Ladies' Industrial Association / Shirt Sewers' Cooperative Union -- Protective legislation / Rheta Childe Dorr -- How to live on forty-six cents a day / Anonymous Cotton Mill Worker -- Report of the general investigator, Knights of Labor / Leonora M. Barry -- A cap maker's story / Rose Schneiderman -- How to organize women workers / Ida M. Van Etten / National Women's Trade Union League -- A union protects its women members / United Auto Workers -- Women vote in New Jersey -- Petitioning / Address to Females in the State of Ohio / Fathers and Rulers Petition / Remarks of Rep. Benjamin Tappan / Petition for the Thirteenth Amendment, Women's Loyal National League / Susan B. Anthony -- Why women should not meddle with politics / Lydia Drake -- The Salem, Ohio, woman's rights convention / Memorial to the Constitutional Convention / Resolutions -- Women are enfranchised by the Constitution / Virginia Minor / Victoria Claflin Woodhull -- A black woman appeals to white women for justice for her race / Frances Ellen Watkins Harper -- Voting for school boards in Ohio / Caroline McCullough Everhard -- A Minnesota farm woman in politics / Sarah Christie Stevens -- A woman in Socialist politics / Lena Morrow Lewis -- Rights, not roses -- the debate around the ERA / New York Women's Trade Union League / International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union / United Auto Workers -- A female soldier in the American Revolution / Deborah Sampson -- The female physician: and unlicensed practitioner / Harriot K. Hunt -- The female physician: pioneer work / Elizabeth Blackwell, M.D. -- The female physician: an attack and a reply / Ann Preston, M.D. -- The best protector any woman can have is courage / Elizabeth Cady Stanton -- A new self-consciousness / Belva Lockwood -- The woman revolutionary / Elizabeth Gurley Flynn -- Unwanted motherhood / Anonymous / National Florence Crittenton Mission / National Association for Repeal of Birth Control Laws -- Protection from rape and sexual exploitation / A Common Case of Rape / An Act of Terror / Rape Crisis Center Collective / SpeakingOut on Prostitution -- Freedom of sexual preference / Radicalesbian Statement / Lesbianism and Feminism: Anne Koedt -- We didn't none of us eat there / Audie Lee Walters -- Consciousness raising / Ronnie Lichtman -- U.S. National Women's Agenda / National women's organizations -- The trial of a heretic / Anne Hutchinson -- Preparation to the death for a Quaker witness / Mary Dyer -- A frontier woman discovers her own kind of feminism / Marian Louise Moore -- She is the arbiter of her own destiny / Sarah Moore Grimke -- While the water is stirring I will step into the pool / Sojourner Truth -- The solution of self / Elizabeth Cady Stanton -- Turning / Lucille Clifton -- The six canons / Muriel Rukeyser
Control code
ocm02745868
Dimensions
21 cm.
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
xxxvi, 509 pages
Isbn
9780672515552
Lccn
76040258
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (Sirsi) i9780672515552
  • (OCoLC)02745868
Label
The Female experience : an American documentary, [edited by] Gerda Lerner
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 495-499) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Training the girl to patience / Louisa May Alcott -- Childhood in slavery / Martha Harrison / Anonymous -- You owe more to your mother and the younger children than you do to any other plans / Mary Putnam Jacobi, M.D. -- A mother advises her daughter / Martha Coffin Wright -- In fear of hell and damnation / Mary A. Livermore -- From Frank to Frances / Frances E. Willard -- The childhood of an immigrant working girl / Rose Schneiderman -- Engagements / Eliza Lucas Pinckney / Ellen Wright Garrison / Rose Cohen / Harriet Beecher Stowe -- An emancipated marriage / Marius and Emily Robinson -- In woman's sphere and out of it / Jane Swisshelm -- Runaway wives / Elizabeth Perkins / Mary Dodd -- Motherhood in the Minnesota territory / Anonymous -- A difficult childbirth / Fanny Wright -- Why don't I wean him? / Martha Coffin Wright -- A feminist debates marital restraint with her brothers and sisters / Lucy Stone with Francis, William Bowman, and Luther and Sarah Stone -- Marriage / Sarah M. Grimke -- The story of Sadie Sachs / Margaret Sanger -- On spinsterhood / Catharine M. Sedgwick -- The practicing housewife / Martha Coffin Wright -- Woman's work and man's supremacy / Jane Swisshelm -- Female trials / Cleo Dora -- Words of comfort for a discouraged housekeeper / Catharine Esther Beecher -- Employments in 1864 / Lydia Maria Child -- The life of an Illinois farmer's wife / Anonymous -- A modern housewife's lament / Herma L. Snider -- The working mother keeps house / Anonymous -- The housewife and the eight-hour day / Theresa Malkiel -- In woman's defense / Mary Inman -- A modest proposal for freeing women from housework / Charlotte Perkins Gilman -- The death of an aged Quaker woman / Eliza Coffin Yarnall -- The death of a younger sister / Mary A. Livermore -- The death of a mother after childbirth / Anonymous -- Memorial to a female preacher / Salome Lincoln -- The death of a husband at war / Mary A. Dennison -- Nursing an aging mother / Marian Louise Moore -- Duty commands you / Mary Holywell Everett, M.D. -- From family nursing to volunteer nursing in the Civil War / Jane Swisshelm -- Organized charity / Society for the Relief of Poor Widows with Small Children / Phillis Wheatley Home Association of Detroit / St. Louis Colored Orphan Home -- Education for young ladies / The Youn-Ladies' Academy of Philadelphia -- A plan for improving female education / Emma Hart Willard -- In a daughter they have a human being; in a son the same / Frances Wright -- The school marm / Anna Howard Shaw / Susan B. Anthony -- Teaching the freedmen / Mary S. Battey / Lucy Chase / Sarah A. Allen -- The cotton gin school house / Emma J. Wilson -- An Illinois farm girl debates woman's education / Rena Rietveld Verduin -- Academic women attack institutional discrimination / Bernice Sandler -- Comestic help on the farm / Sarah Christie Stevens -- Friendly counsel for domestics / Catharine Esther Beecher -- Anything but housework -- Our feudal housewives -- Collective bargaining for household technicians -- Limited choices / Caroline Dall -- An early turn-out / salome Lincoln -- New York tailoresses oraganize / Lavinia Waight / New York Sun / Ladies' Industrial Association / Shirt Sewers' Cooperative Union -- Protective legislation / Rheta Childe Dorr -- How to live on forty-six cents a day / Anonymous Cotton Mill Worker -- Report of the general investigator, Knights of Labor / Leonora M. Barry -- A cap maker's story / Rose Schneiderman -- How to organize women workers / Ida M. Van Etten / National Women's Trade Union League -- A union protects its women members / United Auto Workers -- Women vote in New Jersey -- Petitioning / Address to Females in the State of Ohio / Fathers and Rulers Petition / Remarks of Rep. Benjamin Tappan / Petition for the Thirteenth Amendment, Women's Loyal National League / Susan B. Anthony -- Why women should not meddle with politics / Lydia Drake -- The Salem, Ohio, woman's rights convention / Memorial to the Constitutional Convention / Resolutions -- Women are enfranchised by the Constitution / Virginia Minor / Victoria Claflin Woodhull -- A black woman appeals to white women for justice for her race / Frances Ellen Watkins Harper -- Voting for school boards in Ohio / Caroline McCullough Everhard -- A Minnesota farm woman in politics / Sarah Christie Stevens -- A woman in Socialist politics / Lena Morrow Lewis -- Rights, not roses -- the debate around the ERA / New York Women's Trade Union League / International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union / United Auto Workers -- A female soldier in the American Revolution / Deborah Sampson -- The female physician: and unlicensed practitioner / Harriot K. Hunt -- The female physician: pioneer work / Elizabeth Blackwell, M.D. -- The female physician: an attack and a reply / Ann Preston, M.D. -- The best protector any woman can have is courage / Elizabeth Cady Stanton -- A new self-consciousness / Belva Lockwood -- The woman revolutionary / Elizabeth Gurley Flynn -- Unwanted motherhood / Anonymous / National Florence Crittenton Mission / National Association for Repeal of Birth Control Laws -- Protection from rape and sexual exploitation / A Common Case of Rape / An Act of Terror / Rape Crisis Center Collective / SpeakingOut on Prostitution -- Freedom of sexual preference / Radicalesbian Statement / Lesbianism and Feminism: Anne Koedt -- We didn't none of us eat there / Audie Lee Walters -- Consciousness raising / Ronnie Lichtman -- U.S. National Women's Agenda / National women's organizations -- The trial of a heretic / Anne Hutchinson -- Preparation to the death for a Quaker witness / Mary Dyer -- A frontier woman discovers her own kind of feminism / Marian Louise Moore -- She is the arbiter of her own destiny / Sarah Moore Grimke -- While the water is stirring I will step into the pool / Sojourner Truth -- The solution of self / Elizabeth Cady Stanton -- Turning / Lucille Clifton -- The six canons / Muriel Rukeyser
Control code
ocm02745868
Dimensions
21 cm.
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
xxxvi, 509 pages
Isbn
9780672515552
Lccn
76040258
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (Sirsi) i9780672515552
  • (OCoLC)02745868

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