New World, New Roles: A Documentary History of Women in Pre-industrial America

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Greenwood Publishing Group, 1986 - Social Science - 246 pages
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Contents

Women and the Family in the Seventeenth Century
5
Women and Work in the Seventeenth Century
37
Women and Religion in the Seventeenth Century
61
Women and the Law in the Seventeenth Century
89
Women and the Family 17001815
121
Women and Work 17001815
153
Women and Religion 17001815
181
Women and the Law 17001815
203
Suggested Readings
237
Index
237
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Marian J. Morton is emeritus professor of history at John Carroll University. This is her sixth book for Arcadia Publishing. The images in this book are from the John Carroll Archives, including material from Integrated Marketing and Communications, the Center for Service and Social Action, and the Campus Ministry; the St. Ignatius High School Archives; the Cleveland Ursuline Archives; and Cleveland State University's Special Collections.

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