If All We Did Was Weep At Home: A History Of White Working-class Women In America

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bySusan Estabrook Kennedy

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In a study encompassing American history from the colonial period to the 1870s, the author examines the protean identity of white working-class women, their often courageous struggles for recognition and survival, and their interactions with other elements of American society.

"Vividly written, informative, and based on an impressive array of primary and secondary sources, If All We Did Was to Weep at Home... offers a synthesis that women's historians and labor historians will find useful." -Library Journal

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In a study encompassing American history from the colonial period to the 1870s, the author examines the protean identity of white working-class women, their often courageous struggles for recognition and survival, and their interactions with other elements of American society. "Vividly written, informative, and based on an impressive a...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:356 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.74 inPublisher:Indiana University Press

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ISBN - 10:0253202671

ISBN - 13:9780253202673

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