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Lives of Women in the early 1800s

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Daily life for women in the early 1800s in Britain was that of many obligations and few choices. Some even compare the conditions of women in this time to a ...

Women's status in the early 1800s | housesandbooks

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May 2, 2013 ... In the early 1800s wives were property and had no legal existence of ... Without her spouse's protection she faced a penniless life in hiding, ...

Lives of Women - Conner Prairie Interactive History Park

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The "Cult of Domesticity, " first named and identified in the early part of the century, .... of work while women were more suited to the quiet, sanctified life of the home. ..... By the late 1800s, certain new "conveniences" were available to alleviate ...

Life in 1800s - The Morse Society

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Life in the 1800s ... Usually the teacher was a single woman, and she could be as young as 14 or 15 years old. ... What was life really like in the early 1800's?

Women in the Nineteenth Century

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Apr 21, 2008 ... The English Monarchs of the 1800s were: .... a literary career, saying that " literature is not the business of a woman's life, and it cannot be.

How were women treated in the 1800s? | Reference.com

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The lives of women in the 1800s varied greatly depending on their class and ... had to resign themselves to a very restricted life overshadowed by the men of ...

FACT FILE Women in the 1800s

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the 1800s. Things were different then for everyone, but they were very different for girls and women. Life for women ... In the 1800s, women usually stayed.

In the early 1800s, women were second-class citizens - Living Voices

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In the early 1800s, women were second-class citizens. .... Suffrage Association ( NAWSA) and its affiliated state and local organizations were showing new life.

Life for women in the 19th Century

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For working class women life was an endless round of hard work and drudgery. ... In the early and mid 19th century the churches provided some schools.

"Nineteenth Century French Working Women: Love, Marriage ...

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Working women in France filled a variety of occupations, but generally not in the same ... In many cases, the women were the backbone of family life. ... to turn children, especially male children, away at a very early age to care for themselves.

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Rights for Women - National Women's History Museum

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In the early 1800s, women were second-class citizens. Women were expected to restrict their sphere of interest to the home and the family. Women were not ...

WIC - Women's History in America - Women's International Center

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Since early times women have been uniquely viewed as a creative source of human ... During the Middle Ages nuns played a key role in the religious life of Europe. .... Prior to the 1800s there were almost no medical schools, and virtually any ...

Histories: Women in the 1800's - thebirdtree.co.uk

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The laws in Britain were based on the idea that women would get married and that their husbands would take care of them. Before the passing of the 1887 ...