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|Everyday Life and Women in America, c.1800-1920|
This collection documents in compelling detail the social and cultural
forces that shaped the everyday lives of Americans from 1800 to 1920.
There is excellent material for the study of families and home life in the South and in the North, and coverage of topics as diverse as religion, race, education, employment, politics, marriage, sexuality, health, childhood, fashion, gossip, travel, entertainment and popular pastimes.
|Subjects||history; arts and sciences; social sciences|
|Author/Provider||Adam Matthew Digital|
|Restrictions||Use of this resource is governed by a license agreement which restricts its use to current Salem State faculty, staff, students and to individuals who use the Salem State Library's facilities. It is the responsibility of each user to ensure that he or she uses this product only for individual, noncommercial use without systematically downloading, distributing (including coursepacks), or retaining substantial portions of information. The use of software such as scripts, agents, or robots, is generally prohibited and may result in loss of access to this resource for the entire Salem State community.|