By Glenna Matthews
An encyclopedia of yank women's historical past, this finished reference e-book positive factors in-depth articles on tendencies (e.g. birthrates, suburban growth), social hobbies (civil rights, feminism), principles and ideas (domesticity, consciousness-raising), associations (Children's Bureau, ladies in Congress), agencies (Girl Scouts of the USA, League of girls Voters), occasions (American Revolution), matters (abortion, equivalent Rights Amendment), key criminal instances (Roe v Wade, Muller v Oregon), legislation and constitutional amendments, files and courses (Ramona, statement of Sentiments), ethnic and social teams (African American girls, Latinas), overviews (women's healthiness, girls in song and literature), and biographies of striking American ladies. This Companion is an ideal complement to The younger Oxford heritage of ladies within the United States. Oxford's Student partners to American History are cutting-edge references for faculty and residential, particularly designed and written for a long time 12 via grownup. every one e-book is a concise yet complete A-to-Z advisor to an incredible old interval or topic in U.S. historical past, with articles on key concerns and well known members. The authors--distinguished students recognized of their components of expertise--ensure that the entries are actual, up to date, and obtainable. detailed beneficial properties comprise an introductory part on find out how to use the publication, extra examining lists, cross-references, chronology, and whole index.
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New York: Morrow, 1993. Barton, Clara ' Born: Dec. 25, 1821, North Oxford, Mass. , attended 1850-51 Accomplishments: Founder (1881) and president (1881-1904), American Red Cross; author, History of the Red Cross (1882) and The Red Cross in Peace and War (1899) Died: Apr. 12, 1912, Glen Echo, Md. Known to most people primarily as the founder of the American Red Cross—created to serve as a neutral dispenser of humanitarian aid during war—Clara Barton was that and much more. Throughout her long life she had the courage to break down barriers to women's achievements in many different areas.
New York: Oxford University Press, 1985. Blatch, Harriot Stanton Born: Jan. Y. A. S. Food Administration (1917); author, Mobilizing Woman-Power (1918); A Woman's Point of View, Some Roads to Peace (1920); Elizabeth Cady Stanton, as Revealed in Her Letters, Diary and Reminiscences (with Theodore Stanton, 1922); Challenging Years (autobiography, with Alma Lutz, 1940) Died: Nov. 20, 1940, Greenwich, Conn. Harriot Stanton Blatch was the sixth of seven children born to suffragist and women's rights leader Elizabeth Cady Stanton and her husband, Henry Stanton.
In 1930 Blackwell published a biography of her mother on which she had worked for some 40 years. SEE ALSO Stone, Lucy; Suffrage, woman FURTHER READING Blackwell, Alice Stone. Growing up in Boston's Gilded Age: The Journal of Alice Stone Blackwell, 1872-1874. Edited by Marlene Deahl Merrill. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1990. Y. Y. J. (1854-1921); author, Shadows of Our Social System (1855); Studies in General Science (1869); The Sexes Throughout Nature (1875); The Physical Basis of Immortality (1876); The Philosophy of Individuality (1893); The Making of the Universe (1914,1; The Social Side of Mind and Action (1915) Died: Nov.
American Women's History: A Student Companion by Glenna Matthews