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The Limits of Independence Vol. 3 : American Women, 1760-1800. History of Women in the United States: Historical Articles on Women's Lives and Activities : Sexuality and Sexual Behavior (History of Women in the United States). Select Format: Hardcover. History of Women in the United States: Women and Politics, Part 2 (History of Women in the United States). History of Women in the United States: Women Together : Organizational Life (History of Women in the United States).

Jane Kamensky is assistant professor of American history at Brandeis University and the author of Governing the .

Jane Kamensky is assistant professor of American history at Brandeis University and the author of Governing the Tongue: The Politics of Speech in Early New England. Age Range: 12 and up. Grade Level: 7 - 9. Series: Young Oxford History of Women in the United States (Book 2). Paperback: 160 pages. Publisher: Oxford University Press (March 26, 1998).

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American women were integral to the success of the boycott of British goods, as the . Economic activity for women of the upper classes was greater in the . 3 "The Limits of Independence: 1760-1800".

American women were integral to the success of the boycott of British goods, as the boycotted products were largely household items such as tea and cloth. Women had to return to knitting goods and to spinning and weaving their own cloth - skills that had fallen into disuse. than in England, partly because wartime and frontier conditions, by taking men from home, left women with added responsibilities. Mistresses of plantations had probably heavier duties than women of corresponding status elsewhere.

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History of women in the United Kingdom covers the social, cultural and political roles of women in Britain over the last two millennia. Medieval England was a patriarchal society and the lives of women were heavily influenced by contemporary beliefs. Medieval England was a patriarchal society and the lives of women were heavily influenced by contemporary beliefs about gender and authority. However, the position of women varied according to factors including their social class; whether they were unmarried, married, widowed or remarried; and in which part of the country they lived.

An encyclopedia of American women's history, this comprehensive reference book features in-depth articles on trends (.  . This Companion is a perfect supplement to The Young Oxford History of Women in the United States

An encyclopedia of American women's history, this comprehensive reference book features in-depth articles on trends (. birthrates, suburban growth), social movements (civil rights, feminism), ideas and concepts (domesticity, g), institutions (Children's Bureau, women in Congress), organizations (Girl Scouts of America, League of Women Voters), events (American Revolution). This Companion is a perfect supplement to The Young Oxford History of Women in the United States. Oxford's Student Companions to American History are state-of-the-art references for school and home, specifically designed and written for ages 12 through adult.

The second half of the 18th century saw a handful of English colonies transform themselves into a nation. This process involved not only a revolution against the British crown but also the uniting of a diverse population; in addition to the English who made up the bulk of the population, Africans and continental Europeans joined in the creation of the new republic. Although tradition dictated that the independent male citizen was the most important actor in this drama, political leaders soon learned that the support of women was essential to the success of a republican form of government. Salmon demonstrates the new directions in women's lives, including reforms in education, that occurred during this era of experimentation. She also delineates the ways in which women's lives remained constrained by the racial and cultural assumptions of the age, for while white women's horizons expanded, Native American women and women of African descent suffered greatly.Educator Judith Sargent Murray, poet Phillis Wheatley, writer and educator Susanna Rowson (who wrote Charlotte Temple, the first American best-seller), and other women--both well-known and unsung--fill the pages of The Limits of Independence, which looks at women's lives during the time of the American Revolution.

The Limits of Independence: American Women 1760-1800 (Young Oxford History of Women in the United States) epub download

ISBN13: 978-0195124019

ISBN: 0195124014

Author: Marylynn Salmon

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Language: English

Publisher: Oxford University Press (March 26, 1998)

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