and the American Experience: A Concise History 2/e
American Women: A Documentary History, 1600-1900 2/e
and the American Experience 3/e
American Women: A documentary History 2/e
Godey’s Lady’s Book, an important resource for 19th-century
rising middle-class women is now online at http://www.history.rochester.edu/godeys/.
Look at “Sewing Girl” and read the description at http://americanhistory.si.edu/sweatshops/history/seamstress.htm
to learn about early 19th-century seamstresses.
Another Harper’s Bazaar depiction of a 19th-century
seamstress is at http://americanhistory.si.edu/sweatshops/history/2t7.htm.
See a reproduction of a slop shop shirt at http://americanhistory.si.edu/sweatshops/history/2t10.htm.
View “Hauling the Whole Weeks Picking,” a painting that illustrates
the southern trade of slave clothing in early 19th-century America
See advertisements for early ready-made clothing at http://americanhistory.si.edu/sweatshops/history/2t11.htm
Look at an illustration of a hoop skirt factory at http://americanhistory.si.edu/sweatshops/history/2t14.htm.
Find links to 21 primary source documents about the moral
reform movement, including key arguments, dual-age group appeal, and program
for moral reform at http://womhist.binghamton.edu/fmrs/doclist.htm.
Look at the Constitution of the Women’s New York State
Temperance Society at http://adh.csd.sc.edu/dynaweb/MEP/sa/@Generic__BookTextView/309;hf=0.
See original documents from the Women’s New York Temperance
Society’s 1852 convention at http://adh.csd.sc.edu/dynaweb/MEP/sa/@Generic__BookTextView/1545;hf=0.
Read a letter from Susan B. Anthony to the editor of Lily
about the Temperance Society at http://adh.csd.sc.edu/dynaweb/MEP/sa/@Generic__BookTextView/451;hf=0.
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