Sealskin and Shoddy: Working Women in the American Nineteenth Century Labor Press, 1870-1920

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As industrialization transformed American life in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, increasing numbers of women sought employment outside the home and many were drawn into the labor movement. This collection of twenty-five stories published in union journals offers a portrait both of women's experiences as wage-earners and of the conflicts, values, and aspirations that touched their lives in this period of massive social upheaval. Written by reformers, union officials, and popular fiction writers, the stories ...

Sealskin and Shoddy: Working Women in the American Nineteenth Century Labor Press, 1870-1920 1988, Greenwood, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780313254536

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