A History of Women in America

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Date

February 25, 2011

Format

Paperback, 576 pages

ISBN

0072878134 / 9780072878134

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Your Price

83.00



Overview


Main description

A History of Women in America integrates the stories of women in America into the national narrative of American history. By weaving women's lives into the heart of the country's narratives, readers will see women where they were, rather than having them appear as appendages to events controlled largely by men. Coryell and Faires use accessible language, telling stories that will attract beginning scholars to the field of history. Major ethnic groups are incorporated, from Native American and African women who appear earliest in the text, to the major immigrant groups, such as Hispanic, Latina, Chicana, and Asian women, who occupy increasingly larger roles throughout the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.


Table of contents

List of Illustrations
Preface
Acknowledgments

1 Native Women and European Encounters 2 Women Colonists in Seventeenth-Century English America 3 From Colonies to Nation: The Eighteenth Century 4 Women in the New Nation 5 Rights Contested 6 Reconstruction, Resistance, and Reform 7 New Century, New Woman 8 Good Times, Hard Times, Wartime 9 Cold War, Warm Hearth 10 Feminism and Ferment 11 Backlash and The Third Wave Epilogue: The Contemporary EraCreditsIndex





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