MScoleman at MScoleman at
Wed Jun 24 03:02:58 PDT 1998

Rob S. and Yoshie had asked for some references for some of the nineteenth century -- gender -- labor (and currency) issues I wrote about last week:

Margaret S. Coleman (1997) "Female Labor Supply During Early Industrialization: Women's Labor Force Participation in Historical Perspective, " in Mutari, Boushey, and Fraher Gender and Political Economy, Incorporating Diversity into Theory and Policy, M. E. Sharpe.

Mary H. Blewett (1988) Men, Women, and Work. Class, Gender, and Protest in the New England Shoe Industry, 1780-1890, University of Illinois Press.

Thomas Dublin: (1994) Transforming Women's Work, Cornell University Press. (1991) "Women, Work, and Protest in Early Lowell Mills: The Oppressing Hand of Avarice Would Endlsave Us" in Sklar and Dublin Women and Power in American History: A Reader Volume I to 1880, Prentice Hall.

Priscilla Ferguson-Clement (Spring, 1992) "Nineteenth-Century Welfare Policy, Programs, and Poor Women: Philadelphia as a Case Study" in Feminist Studies 18.

Timothy J. Gilfoyle (1992) City of Eros: New York City, Prostitution, and the Commercialization of Sex, 1790-1920 W. W. Norton and Co.

Herbert G. Gutman (1989) Who Built America? Volume One from Conquest and Colonization Through Reconstruction and the Great Uprising of 1877 Pantheon Books.

Carol Hymowitz and Michaela Weissman (1978) A History of Women in America Bantam Books.

Alice Kessler-Harris (1981) Women Have Always Worked The Feminist Press.

Louise Lamphere (1987) From Working Daughters to Working Mothers: Immigrant Women in a New England Industrial Community, Cornell University Press.

Mary P. Ryan (1983) Womanhood in America, From Colonial Times to the Present, 3rd ed., Johns Hopkins University Press.

Dorothy H. Sterling (1984) We Are Your Sisters: Black Women in the Nineteenth Century, Norton

Norman Ware (1924) The Industrial Worker 1840-1860. The Reaction of American Industrial Society to the Advance of the Industrial Revolution The Riverside Press, Cambridge.

George F. Warren and Frank A. Pearson (1933) Price John Wiley and Sons.

Arthur Harrison Cole and William Buckingham Smith (1935) Fluctuations in American Business 1790-1860 Russell & Russell.

Rosalyn Baxandall and Linda Gordon (1995) America's Working Women: A Documentary History, 1600 to the Present W. W. Norton & Co.

maggie coleman mscoleman at

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