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Chapter Two The Position of Women in the 1890s
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Chapter Three Organized Dress Reform in the United States
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6Ibid activities Amelia Bloomer American Feminists American Magazine American Quarterly American women Annie Jenness Arena arguments artistic beauty Bloomer costume body brassiere Chapter Charlotte Perkins Gilman Clothes and Women's concerned corset Council of Women Dress Committee Dress for Women dress reform movement dress reformers believed Eleanora Duse Elizabeth Cady Stanton England Woman's Club fashionable clothing fashionable dress female feminists Flower Freedom in Dress garment Gerrit Smith girls Glen Haven Home Journal hygienic Independent industry interested in dress Jenness Miller ladies leaders majority of women Miss National Council nineteenth century organized dress reform petticoats physical polymuriel problems progressive Rachel Foster Avery Rational Dress Rational Dress Movement reason reformed dress Review of Reviews Riegel Russell September 1892 Sibyl society Stuart Parker Thorstein Veblen trousers Uniforms for Women Veblen Vogue waist wear wearer Woman Suffrage Woman's Dress woman's rights movement Women's Clothes Women's Rights wore World's Fair worn York