- Title: Women and the National Experience: Sources in American History
- Author: Ellen Skinner
- ISBN: 9780205743155
- Page: 160
- Format: Paperback
Combining classic and unusual sources, this anthology explores the private voices and public lives of women throughout U.S history.
Recent Comments "Women and the National Experience: Sources in American History"
Warning: this was assigned reading for a class I took.This is something that I never would have picked up voluntarily. Some of the passages were actually very interesting while others were redundant and boring. It was certainly informative, but not much of a pleasure read.
Strong, smart women communicating their perfectly rational ideas about their place in society to the rest. Good recompilation of primary sources and supportive text. It addresses the struggles and accomplishments of women from the start of the young nation until the twenty-first century. I'm not a fan of this topic, however, if you like history about exceptional women who fought for strong causes, you will like this book.
To be completely honest, did not read every source in this book, but did read the vast majority for my wh class!Really amazing selection of sources--gives a great overview of american women's activism/experiences throughout all of American history.
used this in class. really good collection of primary sources. could use this for anything
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