Southern women. ^A354955
||Myth, memory and the making of Lottie Moon / Regina D. Sullivan -- To do her duty nobly and well : white women's organizations in Georgia debate woman suffrage, 1910-1920 / Stacey Horstmann Gatti -- Consumed with a ghastly wasting : home demonstration confronts disease in rural Florida, 1920-1945 / Kelly Minor -- Playing with Jim Crow : children's challenges to segregated recreational space in New Orleans, 1945-1949 / A. Lee Levert -- A woman's touch : gender at Monticello, 1945-1960 / Megan Stubbendeck -- Women did everything except run : Black women's participation in the 1959 volunteer ticket campaign in Memphis, Tennessee / Elizabeth Gritter -- Organizing breadmakers : Kathryn Dunaway's ERA battle and the roots of Georgia's Republican revolution / Robin Morris -- Look for the union label : organizing women workers and women consumers in the southern apparel industry / Michelle Haberland -- The modern-day Medea : Susan Smith and the national media / Keira V. Williams.
||"Taken together, these nine essays contribute to the picture of women increasing their movement into political and economic life while all too often still maintaining their gendered place as determined by society. Their rich insights provide new ways to consider the meaning and role of gender in the post-Civil War South."--BOOK JACKET.
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