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a| Bond, Beverly Greene.
a| Tennessee Women : b| Their Lives and Times.
a| Athens, GA : b| University of Georgia Press, c| 2015.
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a| Southern Women: Their Lives and Times
a| Cover -- Contents -- Acknowledgments -- Part One: The Nineteenth Century -- Ma . . . Did Not Make a Good Slave" African American Women and Slavery in Tennessee -- Migrants, Clothiers, Farmers The Lives and Labors of Antebellum Female Plainfolk -- "Graceless Yankee Tramps and Secesh She-Devils" Union Soldiers and Confederate Women in Middle Tennessee -- Forming a "Sisterhood Chain" Women, Emancipation, and Freedom Celebrations in Tennessee -- "A Nobler Victory" East Tennessee United Daughters of the Confederacy and the Search for Tradition, 1914-1931 -- "On Parade" Race, Gender, and Imagery in the Memphis Mardi Gras, Cotton Carnival, and Cotton Makers' Jubilee -- The Right to Be a Lady Ida B. Wells and Social Reform -- Part Two: The Twentieth Century -- The Pursuit of Gender Equality Tennessee's Audacious White Feminists, 1825-1910 -- "A Life of Larger Thought and Activity" Lide Meriwether, from Local to Statewide to National Reformer -- Lift Every Female Voice Education and Activism in Nashville's African American Community, 1870-1940 -- "Working with Our Own Hands" Church of God in Christ Women in Tennessee, Early 1900s-1950s -- Sentiments, Not Services Women's Marital Rights after the 1913 Married Women's Property Rights Act -- "I Am Mrs. America" The "Secret City" Women of Oak Ridge, Tennessee, during World War II -- Progressive Era Roots of Highlander Folk School Lilian Wyckoff Johnson's Legacy -- "Southern Graces" Catholic Women, Faith, and Social Justice in Memphis, 1950-1968 -- "Small Places Close to Home" Gender, Class, and Civil Rights Work-Mildred Bond Roxborough and the NAACP -- Contributors -- Index -- A -- B -- C -- D -- E -- F -- G -- H -- I -- J -- K -- L -- M -- N -- O -- P -- R -- S -- T -- U -- V -- W -- Y -- Z.
a| The second volume of Tennessee Women: Their Lives and Times contains sixteen essays on Tennessee women in the forefront of the political, economic, and cultural history of the state and assesses the national and sometimes international scope of their influence. The essays examine women's lives in the broad sweep of nineteenth- and twentieth-century history in Tennessee and reenvision the state's past by placing them at the center of the historical stage and examining their experiences in relation to significant events. Together, volumes 1 and 2 cover women's activities from the early 1700s to the late 1900s. Volume 2 looks at antebellum issues of gender, race, and class; the impact of the Civil War on women's lives; parades and public celebrations as venues for displaying and challenging gender ideals; female activism on racial and gender issues; the impact of state legislation on marital rights; and the place of women in particular religious organizations. Together these essays reorient our views of women as agents of change in Tennessee history. Contributors: Beverly Greene Bond on African American women and slavery in Tennessee; Zanice Bond on Mildred Bond Roxborough and the NAACP; Frances Wright Breland on women's marital rights after the 1913 Married Women's Property Rights Act; Margaret Caffrey on Lide Meriwether; Gary T. Edwards on antebellum female plainfolk; Sarah Wilkerson Freeman on Tennessee's audacious white feminists, 1825-1910; M. Sharon Herbers on Lilian Wyckoff Johnson's legacy; Laura Mammina on Union soldiers and Confederate women in Middle Tennessee; Ann Youngblood Mulhearn on women, faith, and social justice in Memphis, 1950-1968; Kelli B. Nelson on East Tennessee United Daughters of the Confederacy, 1914-1931; Russell Olwell on the "Secret City" women of Oak Ridge, Tennessee, during World War II; Mary Ellen Pethel on
a| education and activism in Nashville's African American community, 1870-1940; Cynthia Sadler on Memphis Mardi Gras, Cotton Carnival, and Cotton Makers' Jubilee; Sarah L. Silkey on Ida B. Wells; Antoinette G. van Zelm on women, emancipation, and freedom celebrations; Elton H. Weaver III on Church of God in Christ women in Tennessee, early 1900s-1950s.
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a| Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2021. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
a| Electronic books.
a| Freeman, Sarah Wilkerson.
i| Print version: a| Bond, Beverly Greene t| Tennessee Women d| Athens, GA : University of Georgia Press,c2015 z| 9780820337425
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a| Southern Women: Their Lives and Times