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The Intersection of Work and Family Life.

By: Publisher: Berlin/Boston : De Gruyter, Inc., 1992Copyright date: ©1992Description: 1 online resource (384 pages)Content type:
  • text
Media type:
  • computer
Carrier type:
  • online resource
ISBN:
  • 9783110968835
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Intersection of Work and Family LifeDDC classification:
  • 305.409
LOC classification:
  • HQ1410.I58 1992eb
Online resources:
Contents:
Intro -- Contents -- Series Preface -- Introduction -- Part 1. The Intersection of Work and Family Life -- ECONOMIC ORGANIZATION AND THE POSITION OF WOMEN AMONG THE IROQUOIS -- ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND NATIVE AMERICAN WOMEN IN THE EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY -- the lady and the mill girl: changes in the status of women in the age of jackson -- REFLECTIONS ON THE BLACK WOMAN'S ROLE IN THE COMMUNITY OF SLAVES -- MY MOTHER WAS MUCH OF A WOMAN": BLACK WOMEN, WORK, AND THE FAMILY UNDER SLAVERY -- FREE BLACK WOMEN AND THE QUESTION OF MATRIARCHY: PETERSBURG, VIRGINIA, 1784-1820 -- TWO WORLDS IN ONE: WORK AND FAMILY -- THE LIFE CYCLES AND HOUSEHOLD STRUCTURE OF AMERICAN ETHNIC GROUPS Irish, Germans, and Native-born Whites in Buffalo, New York, 1855 -- Fertility and Marriage in a Nineteenth- Century Industrial City: Philadelphia, 1850-1880 -- Reconceptualizing Family, Work and Labor Organizing: Working Women in Troy, 1860-1890 -- WORKING-CLASS WOMEN IN THE GILDED AGE. FACTORY, COMMUNITY AND FAMILY LIFE AMONG COHOES, NEW YORK, COTTON WORKERS -- Homesteading in Northeastern Colorado, 1873-1920: Sex Roles and Women's Experience -- The Chicana in American History: The Mexican Women of El Paso, 1880-1920-A Case Study -- WORK AND THE FAMILY IN BLACK ATLANTA, 1880 -- FAMILY TIME AND INDUSTRIAL TIΜΕ Family and Work in a Planned Corporation Town, 1900-1924 -- IMPERFECT UNIONS CLASS AND GENDER IN CRIPPLE CREEK, 1894-1904 -- A FLEXIBLE TRADITION: SOUTH ITALIAN IMMIGRANTS CONFRONT A NEW WORK EXPERIENCE -- NEW IMMIGRANT WOMEN AT WORK: ITALIANS AND JEWS IN NEW YORK CITY, 1880-1905 -- BEYOND THE STEREOTYPE: A NEW LOOK AT THE IMMIGRANT WOMAN, 1880-1924 -- Urbanization without Breakdown.
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Intro -- Contents -- Series Preface -- Introduction -- Part 1. The Intersection of Work and Family Life -- ECONOMIC ORGANIZATION AND THE POSITION OF WOMEN AMONG THE IROQUOIS -- ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND NATIVE AMERICAN WOMEN IN THE EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY -- the lady and the mill girl: changes in the status of women in the age of jackson -- REFLECTIONS ON THE BLACK WOMAN'S ROLE IN THE COMMUNITY OF SLAVES -- MY MOTHER WAS MUCH OF A WOMAN": BLACK WOMEN, WORK, AND THE FAMILY UNDER SLAVERY -- FREE BLACK WOMEN AND THE QUESTION OF MATRIARCHY: PETERSBURG, VIRGINIA, 1784-1820 -- TWO WORLDS IN ONE: WORK AND FAMILY -- THE LIFE CYCLES AND HOUSEHOLD STRUCTURE OF AMERICAN ETHNIC GROUPS Irish, Germans, and Native-born Whites in Buffalo, New York, 1855 -- Fertility and Marriage in a Nineteenth- Century Industrial City: Philadelphia, 1850-1880 -- Reconceptualizing Family, Work and Labor Organizing: Working Women in Troy, 1860-1890 -- WORKING-CLASS WOMEN IN THE GILDED AGE. FACTORY, COMMUNITY AND FAMILY LIFE AMONG COHOES, NEW YORK, COTTON WORKERS -- Homesteading in Northeastern Colorado, 1873-1920: Sex Roles and Women's Experience -- The Chicana in American History: The Mexican Women of El Paso, 1880-1920-A Case Study -- WORK AND THE FAMILY IN BLACK ATLANTA, 1880 -- FAMILY TIME AND INDUSTRIAL TIΜΕ Family and Work in a Planned Corporation Town, 1900-1924 -- IMPERFECT UNIONS CLASS AND GENDER IN CRIPPLE CREEK, 1894-1904 -- A FLEXIBLE TRADITION: SOUTH ITALIAN IMMIGRANTS CONFRONT A NEW WORK EXPERIENCE -- NEW IMMIGRANT WOMEN AT WORK: ITALIANS AND JEWS IN NEW YORK CITY, 1880-1905 -- BEYOND THE STEREOTYPE: A NEW LOOK AT THE IMMIGRANT WOMAN, 1880-1924 -- Urbanization without Breakdown.

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