Daughters of the Shtetl: life and labor in the immigrant generation

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Cornell University Press, 1990 - Business & Economics - 312 pages
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Examines the role of Jewish women immigrants in the garment industry in early twentieth-century America.

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Contents

Jewish Womanhood in Eastern
8
Remaking the Jewish Family
50
Work and Opportunity in the Garment
90
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Glenn is Profesor of History at the University of Washington.