Helen Barrett Montgomery: The Global Mission of Domestic Feminism

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Baylor University Press, Jan 1, 2009 - Biography & Autobiography - 335 pages
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Helen Barret Montgomery : the interpretive challenge -- "The fatherhood of God and the victorian family" : the childhood and early education of Helen Barrett -- Evangelism, progressivism, and domesticity : Helen Barrett's Wellesley -- The new woman at work, home, and in public : Helen Barrett Montgomery's return to Rochester -- Montgomery's "new woman" and the limitless scope of woman as citizen -- Susan B. Anthony and Helen Barrett Montgomery : an intergenerational feminist partnership -- The Rochester Women's Educational and Industrial Union : Montgomery's platform for municipal housekeeping -- Helen Barrett Montgomery, Walter Rauschenbush, and the battle for progressive public education -- The Hackett House episode and the birth of social centers -- "A great theme" : domestic feminism and the gospel of the women's jubilee -- After the jubilee : women's colleges and "world friendship" -- A "middle-of-the-road Baptist" : creedalism and the defense of Baptist liberty

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Contents

Helen Barrett
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Montgomerys New Woman and the Limitless Scope
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Helen Barrett Montgomery Walter Rauschenbusch
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Copyright

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According to Montgomery Alice Freeman Palmer Ambrose Swasey American Baptist American Baptist Historical Anna Howard Shaw Anthony Baptist Church Baptist Historical Society Baptist World Alliance became Bible Black Legend Book Boston University Carnegie Hall century Christ Christian civilization coeducation committee complementarian Cuba culture democracy Democrat and Chronicle denominational domestic feminism domestic feminist Eastern Lands ecumenical woman's missionary Elizabeth Cady Stanton Elizabeth Peabody emancipation of women evangelical father Filipinos Frances Willard fundamentalists Gannett Genesee River George Aldridge gospel Hackett House Helen Barrett Montgomery Henry Fowle Durant Henry Lomb Herald Historical Society Archives Hull House Ida Husted Harper Industrial Union influence Jane Cunningham Croly Jerusalem to Jerusalem Jesus John Jacob Bausch Jubilee kindergarten kingdom of God knight-errant Lake Avenue Lake Avenue Baptist leaders lectures liberal feminists Lucy Stone Lucy Wheelock Lyman Abbott Manifest Destiny Margaret Clapp marriage Mary Putnam Jacobi McKelvey meeting Mercer University missiology mission Monroe County Montgomery believed Montgomery's view moral mother motherhood municipal municipal housekeeping muscular Christianity Northern Baptist Convention organized Papers and Letters Paul Moore Peabody Philippines political postmillennialism president progressive Progressive Era progressivism Protestantism reform Regents examinations religious Republican responsibility Rochester History Rochester Theological Seminary Rochester's Sarah Frances Whiting school board social center social center movement Social Darwinism Social Gospel Spain Spanish-American War Story suffrage suffragists Sunday Susan teachers temperance movement theology thought tion Transcendentalist True Womanhood Union and Advertiser Unitarian University of Rochester Victorian Victorian Era Victorian fashion Victorian moral Walter Rauschenbusch wanted ward politics Waterbury WEIU Wellesley Wellesley College Western Women William Montgomery woman's missionary movement woman's sphere Women in Eastern women's boards women's clubs women's colleges women's rights women's suffrage wrote Yale University YMCA York York City YWCA

About the author (2009)

Kendal P. Mobley (Th.D., Boston University School of Theology) is the Senior Pastor at Enon Baptist Church, Salisbury, NC, and Adjunct Instructor in Church History, Pfeiffer University, Misenheimer, NC.

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