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ISBN:
0809074605
Author:
Catherine Clinton
Category:
Americas
Language:
English
Publisher:
Hill and Wang (1984)
Pages:
242 pages
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Catherine Clinton is the Denman Professor of American History at the University of Texas at San Antonio

Catherine Clinton is the Denman Professor of American History at the University of Texas at San Antonio. She specializes in American History, with an emphasis on the history of the South, the American Civil War, American women, and African American history. Clinton grew up in Kansas City, Missouri, where she graduated from the Sunset Hill School in 1969. Thereafter, she studied sociology and African-American History at Harvard University (Lowell House), graduating in 1973.

Clinton, Catherine, 1952-. Women's Studies - History, United States - 19th Century, History - General History, History: American, Women, Social Science, Women's Studies, History, 19th century, Feminism, United States. New York : Hill and Wang. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by Tracey Gutierres on August 19, 2014. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata).

The Other Civil War book. The American women who worked for our country's indepence in 1776 hoped the new Republic would grant them unprecedented power and influence.

Catherine Clinton holds the Denman Chair of American History at the University of Texas in San Antonio and is Professor Emerita at Queen’s University Belfast

Pioneering historian: American women, the South and the Civil War. CATHERINE CLINTON. Harriet Tubman The Road to Freedom 2004. Catherine Clinton holds the Denman Chair of American History at the University of Texas in San Antonio and is Professor Emerita at Queen’s University Belfast. She has served on the executive council of the Society of American Historians and on the Advisory Committee of the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Bicentennial Commission, and she remains on advisory boards for Civil War History, Civil War Times, The President’s Cottage and Soldier’s Home, and Ford’s Theatre.

The American women who worked for our country's independence in 1776 hoped the new Republic would grant them unprecedented power and influence

The American women who worked for our country's independence in 1776 hoped the new Republic would grant them unprecedented power and influence. But it was not until the next century that a hardy group of pathbreakers began the slow march on the road to autonomy, a road American women continue to travel today. The Other Civil War, first published in 1984, was among the first books to bring together the new accomplishments of the then-infant discipline of women's history

The American women who worked for our country's indepence in 1776 hoped the new Republic would grant them unprecedented power and influence.

The Other Civil War. American Women in the Nineteenth Century. Catherine Clinton writing as . CATHERINE CLINTON, who writes under the pseudonym CC Colbert, is a professor of history at Queen's University Belfast specializing in American history with an emphasis on the south. She is the author of Harriet Tubman: The Road to Freedom, Mrs. Lincoln: A Life and The Other Civil War. .

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When asked to undertake the challenge of a Columbia Guide covering American women in the nineteenth century, we leaped at the opportunity- to revisit, to renew acquaintance, to rise to the occasion of the tide of new and exciting studies rushing into print. Charting the course of progress in our fields has been exciting, and we wanted to expand our collective readings to explore new and diverse areas of ongoing inquiry.

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00 0. The Other Civil War : American Women in the Nineteenth Century. By (author) Professor Catherine Clinton. AbeBooks may have this title (opens in new window). Format Book 242 pages. Dimensions 14. 4 x 20. 4 x 2. 2mm 34. 9g. Publication date 01 Jan 1984.

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Great reading while learning the importance women played in American history.
  • Felhalar
Interesting book. Thanks.
  • Malahelm
This is a fine scholarly work, well researched and very informative. Normally, this is not the type of book I read, but I was pleased to have done so. I highly recommend this book to the public in general, and in particular to those fans of American history. It will make an excellent text for college level courses in Women's Studies and Early American History.
Early American women, be they slave or free, had an incredibly hard life, with few civil or property rights. This book recalls some of the bold and brave women that stepped forward, against difficult odds, and demanded something be done. These women started the long and hard struggle to advance the cause of women and better their lives; a battle that is still being fought today. In addition to the burden of having and raising families, American women did much of the backbreaking work of clearing land, planting and harvesting, and filling the sweatshops of early industrial America. These women earned everything they got and then some. We could never have built our great country without their labors.
I have taken for granted many things about women. This book was a real eye-opener and gave me much to ponder. Read the book guys, and learn something.
Ken Smith, USVeterans.com