4 edition of History of women in industry in the United States found in the catalog.
History of women in industry in the United States
Helen Laura Sumner Woodbury
|Statement||(by Helen L. Sumner).|
|Series||Women in America, from colonial times to the 20th century|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||277 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||277|
"The average farmer’s wife is one of the most patient and overworked women of the time." Despite the growth of industry, urban centers and immigration, America in the late 19th century was still predominantly rural. Seven out of ten people in the United States lived in small towns with populations under or on farms in This book is important for its explanation of women's history, as well as the exploration of gender inequalities in our society. Also, an individual woman will find herself examining her place in the world as it pertains to the roles that are still being defined.
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Women in Industry Service. United States Synopsis. During spring the United States began shipping thousands of men overseas to fight in World War immediate strain on the U.S.
labor force created problems for industry, which became overburdened by wartime production requirements. More thanwomen worked in the U.S. aircraft industry inrepresenting 65 percent of the industry’s total workforce. Not Even Past asked the UT Austin History faculty to recommend great books for Women’s History Month.
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New York: Oxford University Press, Neill, Charles P. and Helen N. Sumner. "Report on Condition of Woman and Child Wage-Earners in the United States," vol. 9, History of Women in Industry in the United States. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, Eli Whitney's development of the interchangeable part began by revolutionizing the arms industry, but ended up transforming the face of manufacturing in the United States.
In the iron industry, Pennsylvania's furnaces and rolling mills were fast supplanting small local forges. Read this book on Questia. The passion, pain, victories, and disappointments of the struggle for women's social, political, legal, economic, and educational rights in America from colonial times through are dramatized in this comprehensive documentary history.
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The practice of business and women’s history. in the United States has reached a historiographical cross-roads just when or with other women in the same industry. Except in rare instances, in only brief appearances in the book, and when they do, the survey reduces the infighting among feminist leaders.
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This article addresses the history of transgender people in the United States from prior to western contact until the present. European transgender people have been present in the land now known as the United States at least since the early s.
Before Western contact, some Native American tribes had third gender people whose social roles varied from tribe to tribe. Women and the Early Industrial Revolution in the United States The industrial revolution that transformed western Europe and the United States during the course of the nineteenth century had its origins in the introduction of power-driven machinery in the English and Scottish textile industries in the second half of the eighteenth century.
The history of the United States is what happened in the past in the United States, a country in North America. Native Americans lived in the Americas for thousands of years. English people in went to the place now called Jamestown, European settlers went to the colonies, mostly from England and later Great Britain.
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WHILE the people of Massachusetts were still living in log huts, the school had its separate home, and as early as the selectmen of every town were "required to have a vigilant eye over their brethren and neighbors, to see that none of them shall suffer so much barbarism in their families as not to .History of women in the United States: historical articles on women's lives and activities, Volume 1 History of Women in the United States: Historical Articles on Women's Lives and Activities, Nancy F.
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