A Unique View of Texarkana, Texas's Women in the Progressive Era 1880-1920 (Studies in Linguistics & Semiotics v. 37)
By: Beverly J. Rowe (author)Hardback
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This local history has a broad application to a number of historical types: community history, regional history, Progressive Era history, social history and women's studies. Texarkana women have been virtually left out of histories written about the East Texas area, yet their contributions are a major component in the success of the city, the county and the region. This book focuses on women's status within the community, looking first at prescriptions they learned as they came of age. It examines education, employment, increasing leisure time, organizational skills and increasing access to quality health care.
The Ordnance Survey; social empiricism; the famine era; government; appraising Larcom.
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