Frontmatter -- Contents -- Series Preface -- Introduction -- Social and Moral Reform -- Beauty, the Beast and the Militant Woman: A Case Study in Sex Roles and Social Stress in Jacksonian America / ROSENBERG, CARROLL SMITH -- The Power of Women's Networks: A Case Study of Female Moral Reform in Antebellum America / RYAN, MARY P. -- The Forten-Purvis Women of Philadelphia and the American Anti-Slavery Crusade / SUMLER-LEWIS, JANICE -- Race, Sex, and the Dimensions of Liberty in Antebellum America / MATTHEWS, JEAN -- The Origins of Temperance Activism and Militancy among American Women / DANNENBAUM, JED -- Women, Children, and the Uses of the Streets: Class and Gender Conflict in New York City, 1850-1860 / STANSELL, CHRISTINE -- Women and Temperance in Antebellum America, 1830-1860 / TYRRELL, IAN R. -- The Yankee Schoolmarm in Freedmen's Schools: An Analysis of Attitudes / SMALL, SANDRA E. -- Women Who Were More Than Men: Sex and Status in Freedmen's Teaching / JONES, JACQUELINE -- Yankee Schoolmarms and the Domestication of the South / HOFFERT, SYLVIA D. -- The Charitable and the Poor: The Emergence of Domestic Politics in Augusta, Georgia, 1860-1880 / WHITES, LEEANN -- "The Ladies Want to Bring about Reform in the Public Schools": Public Education and Women's Rights in the Post-Civil War South / BERKELEY, KATHLEEN C. -- Temperance, Benevolence, and the City: The Cleveland Non-Partisan Woman's Christian Temperance Union, 1874-1900 / MORTON, MARIAN J. -- Their Sisters' Keepers: An Historical Perspective on Female Correctional Institutions in the United States: 1870-1900 / FREEDMAN, ESTELLE Β. -- The "New Woman" in the New South / SCOTT, ANNE FIROR -- Feminism and Temperance Reform in the Boulder WCTU / HARRIS, KATHERINE -- Cultural Hybrid in the Slums: The College Woman and the Settlement House, 1889-1894 / ROUSMANIERE, JOHN P. -- Female Support Networks and Political Activism: Lillian Wald, Crystal Eastman, Emma Goldman / COOK, BLANCHE WIESEN -- Domesticating the Nineteenth-Century American City / WORTMAN, MARLENE STEIN -- Women Reformers and American Culture, 1870-1930 / CONWAY, JILL
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