Early American Women A Documentary History, 1600-1900

ISBN-10: 0072418222

ISBN-13: 9780072418224

Edition: 2nd 2002

Authors: Nancy Woloch

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List price: $93.33
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The
Publication date: 7/25/2001
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 408
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.034
Language: English

A New world: The 17th And 18th Centuries
First Encounters
Narrangansett Women
Women's Lives among the Delaware
Iroquois Women in Government
A New England Captivity
Life among the Seneca
The First Ship, A Chinook Tale
Well-Ordered Families
Husbands and Wives
Evangelical Child-Rearing
To Improve in every Virtue
Tied Hand and Foot
An Abominable Wickedness
A Decree On Seduction, New Spain, 1752
The Colonial Economy
Laws on Slave Descent, Virginia and Maryland, 1662-1692
Skilled Slaves In Maryland, The Maryland Gazette, 1748-1763
An Indentured Servant's Complaint
Apprenticeship in Pennsylvania, List of Indentures, 1771-1773
Adventure Schools, Advertisements, 1750s-1770s
A Maine Midwife
Women and the Law
An Antenuptial Contract, Massachusetts, 1653
Divorce in New England, Connecticut, 1655-1678
A Separation Decision, Maryland, 1680
Feme Sole Trader Acts, South Carolina, 1712 and 1744
Malefactors And Complainants, Massachusetts, 1675-1680
Widows, Wills, And Dower Rights, Virginia, 1642, and New York, 1721-1759
Women's Estates, Massachusetts, 1664, and New York, 1747-1759
Accusations Against Elizabeth Morse, Massachusetts, 1679-1680
Religious Experiences
A Spiritual Autobiography, Anne Bradstreet, ca. 1670
Anne Hutchinson's Trial, Massachusetts Bay, 1637
An Epistle to Quaker Women, Lancashire Women's Meeting, 1675
A Remarkable Experience of Awakening
Narrative of Old Elizabeth, A Former Slave Recalls Her Conversion Experience of the 1770s
The Revolutionary Era
An Address to George III, Phyllis Wheatley, 1768
A Carolina Patriot, Eliza Wilkinson, 1782
A Loyalist Wife, Grace Galloway, 1778-1779
Remember The Ladies, Abigail Adams, 1776
Thoughts Upon Female Education, Benjamin Rush, 1787
Excellency In Our Sex, Judith Sargent Murray, 1790
Further Reading
The Young Nation, 1800-1860
The Middle Class: Domestic Lives
Matrmonial Risks
The Deferential Wife
System And Order
First to None
The Widowed State, Sarah Connell Ayer, 1832-1833
The School and the
Mill Rules of The School
A Rationale For Femle Education
A Choctaw Mission School, Miss Burnham's Report, 1824
Reports on Western Schools, Letters from Teachers, 1847
Rules of The Mill, Lowell and Lancaster, 1820-1840
A Letter from Lowell
A Spirit of Protest, The Voice of Industry, 1846
Western Frontiers
Crossing The Plains, Amelia Stewart Knight, 1853
A Norwegian Immigrant
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