Through Women’s Eyes: An American History with Documents

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Bedford/St. Martin's #ad - See U. S history through the women's narrative. Through women's eyes shares the persepectives of women from a broad range of ethnicities, religions, classes, and regions to illustrate central developments within history.

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Women's America: Refocusing the Past

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Oxford University Press #ad - Now in its eighth edition, the book has been extensively revised and updated to cover recent developments in U. S. Featuring a mix of primary source documents, and illustrations, articles, Women's America: Refocusing the Past has long been an invaluable resource. Women's history.

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A Pocket Guide to Writing in History

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Bedford/St. Martin's #ad - Get up-to-date advice in a concise guide as Pocket Guide to Writing History helps you develop the writing and research skills essential to success in an undergraduate history course.

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Our Nig: Sketches from the Life of a Free Black Dover African-American Books

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Dover Publications #ad - Harriet wilson's compelling story describes the life of a mulatto girl who, after the death of her mother, is exploited first by a terrifying Northern family for whom she worked and then by an opportunistic husband. A classic of african-american literature, Our Nig has made an enduring contribution to understanding the lives of free blacks in the nineteenth century.

Our Nig: Sketches from the Life of a Free Black Dover African-American Books #ad - A fascinating combination of slave narrative and sentimental novel, the story traces the hardships and suffering of Frado, who grows up as an indentured servant to a white family in Massachusetts and spends much of her destitute life wandering through New England. A clear and accurate account of race relations and perceptions of race in the antebellum North, Our Nig is essential reading for students of African-American history and culture.

I sat up most of the night reading and pondering the enormous significance of Harriet Wilson's Our Nig. Author alice walkerthis seminal autobiographical novel, originally published in 1859, is believed to have been the first by an African-American woman.

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Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl Dover Thrift Editions

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Dover Publications #ad - This autobiographical account chronicles the remarkable odyssey of Harriet Jacobs 1813–1897 whose dauntless spirit and faith carried her from a life of servitude and degradation in North Carolina to liberty and reunion with her children in the North. Written and published in 1861 after jacobs' harrowing escape from a vile and predatory master, the memoir delivers a powerful and unflinching portrayal of the abuses and hypocrisy of the master-slave relationship.

Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl Dover Thrift Editions #ad - Dover Publications. Jacobs writes frankly of the horrors she suffered as a slave, her eventual escape after several unsuccessful attempts, and her seven years in self-imposed exile, hiding in a coffin-like "garret" attached to her grandmother's porch. A rare firsthand account of a courageous woman's determination and endurance, this inspirational story also represents a valuable historical record of the continuing battle for freedom and the preservation of family.

The true story of an individual's struggle for self-identity, and freedom, self-preservation, Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl remains among the few extant slave narratives written by a woman.

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The Coquette Early American Women Writers

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Oxford University Press #ad - In her introduction, davidson discusses the parallels between Elizabeth Whitman and the fictional Eliza Wharton. Written as a series of letters--between the heroine and her friends and lovers--it describes her long, tortuous courtship by two men, neither of whom perfectly suits her. Dover Publications. She shows the limitations placed on women in the 18th century and the attempts of one woman to rebel against those limitations.

. Eliza wharton, whose real-life counterpart was distantly related to Hannah Foster's husband, was one of the first women in American fiction to emerge as a real person facing a dilemma in her life. Eliza wharton as whitman is called in the novel wavers between Major Sanford, and the Reverend Boyer, a charming but insincere man, a bore who wants to marry her.

The Coquette Early American Women Writers #ad - The coquette tells the much-publicized story of the seduction and death of Elizabeth Whitman, a poet from Hartford, Connecticut. When, in her mid-30s, wharton finds herself suddenly abandoned when both men marry other women, she willfully enters into an adulterous relationship with Sanford and becomes pregnant.

Alone and dejected, she dies in childbirth at a roadside inn.

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Bread Givers: A Novel

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Persea #ad - The classic novel of Jewish immigrants, with period photographs. Beautifully redesigned page for page with the previous editions, Bread Givers is an essential historical work with enduring relevance. 16 black-and-white photographs Dover Publications. Persea Books. This masterwork of american immigrant literature is set in the 1920s on the Lower East Side of Manhattan and tells the story of Sara Smolinsky, the youngest daughter of an Orthodox rabbi, who rebels against her father's rigid conception of Jewish womanhood.

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Through Women's Eyes: An American History with Documents

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Bedford/St. Martin's #ad - Synthesizing the best and most current scholarship, Through Women’s Eyes: An American History with Documents is a widely admired, ground-breaking text. Persea Books. The first to present a narrative of U. S. Women’s history within the context of the central developments of the United States and to integrate written and visual primary sources into each chapter through its signature docutext format, it is perfect for teaching history as a dynamic process of interpretation.

Through Women's Eyes: An American History with Documents #ad - Read the preface. Dover Publications. History. Used book in Good Condition. With its focus on women from a broad range of ethnicities, religions, and regions, classes, Through Women’s Eyes more than ever helps students understand how women are an integral part of U. S.

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Southern Horrors and Other Writings: The Anti-Lynching Campaign of Ida B. Wells, 1892-1900 Bedford Series in History and Culture

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The Murder of Helen Jewett

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Vintage #ad - He became helen jewett's lover in a tempestuous affair and ten months later was arrested for her murder. She invented life stories for herself that helped her build a sympathetic clientele among New York City's elite, and she further captivated her customers through her seductive letters, which mixed elements of traditional feminine demureness with sexual boldness.

But she was to meet her match--and her nemesis--in a youth called Richard Robinson. He stood trial in a five-day courtroom drama that ended with his acquittal amid the cheers of hundreds of fellow clerks and other spectators. With no conviction for murder, the case continued to tantalize the public, nor closure of any sort, even though Richard Robinson disappeared from view.

The Murder of Helen Jewett #ad - From her beginnings as a servant girl in Maine, using four successive aliases, Helen Jewett refashioned herself, into a highly paid courtesan. Patricia cline cohen goes behind these first lurid accounts to reconstruct the story of the mysterious victim, Helen Jewett. Persea Books. Dover Publications. He was one of an unprecedented number of young men who flooded into America's burgeoning cities in the 1830s to satisfy the new business society's seemingly infinite need for clerks.

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Harriet Tubman and the Fight for Freedom: A Brief History with Documents The Bedford Series in History and Culture

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