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" I began to feel the dignity of my position as an independent worker, and to outgrow the shame of being only a housework girl, felt in spite of... "
Toilers of the Home: The Record of a College Woman's Experience as a ... - Page 105
by Lillian Pettengill - 1903 - 397 pages
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Seven Days a Week: Women and Domestic Service in Industrializing America

David M. Katzman - Business & Economics - 1981 - 374 pages
...Margaret and Miss Eleanor so managed that the work appealed to my pride and sense of dependableness. ... I began to feel the dignity of my position as an independent...shame of being only a housework girl, felt in spite of myself."39 While servants nationally shared certain common experiences, household labor in the South...
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