Pre-industrial society refers to social attributes and forms of political and cultural
organization that were prevalent before the advent of the Industrial Revolution, ...
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the United States after the American Revolution stimulated efforts to replicate the
Although traditional, gender-based divisions of labor dictated women's tasks, the
contributions of wives and daughters were vital to the economy of pre-industrial ...
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worlds of Europe and America moved from predominately rural ...
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A woman's activities were centered around the home and her role as wife and ...
In colonial America, as in other pre-industrial economies, the family was the ...
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women in this period enhanced the status of women, but ...
the women in the 1794-1825 period shows a general change over the period of
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