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THE INVISIBLE PROCESS: INGENUITY AND COOPERATION IN FINDING WOMEN'S LIVES - 3 JULY - 30 SEPTEMBER 1997

By Paris, Jan

Chapel Hill, NC: Univ. of North Carolina, 1997. PB. very good, wraps (softcover). B&W illustrations. 66pp.

$9.50

SOUTHERN EXPOSURE: VOLUME IV, NUMBER 4, WINTER 1977 - GENERATIONS: WOMEN IN THE SOUTH

By Angell, Susan; Hall, Jacquelyn Dowd; and, Waid, Candace (editors)

Chapel Hill, NC: Inst. for Southern Studies, 1977. PB. good, wraps (softcover). B&W illustrations. 119pp.

$6.00

THE CONDITIONS OF FEMINIST RESEARCH - RESEARCH GROUP ONE REPORT NO. 21

By Ehrlich, Carol

Research Group One, 1976. PB. very good, wraps (softcover). 20pp.

$15.00

THE WOMEN PIONEERS OF NORTH AMERICA

By Elliott, Sophy L. (written and illustrated by)

Gardenvale, Que., Canada: Garden City Press, 1941. PB. very good, wraps (softcover). Heroines of Canadian history. 299pp.

$14.50

I AM WOMAN BY RITE - A BOOK OF WOMEN'S RITUALS

By Cunningham, Nancy Brady

York Beach, ME: Samuel Weiser, Inc, 1995. PB. very good+, wraps (softcover). ISBN 0877288437 173pp.

$5.00

A DIVERSITY OF GIFTS: VERMONT WOMEN AT WORK

By Fago, D'Ann Calhoun

Woodstock, VT: The Countryman Press, 1989. PB. very good+, wraps (softcover). B&W illustrations. ISBN 0881501441 278pp.

$5.00

MAINLY FOR MEN

By Wood, Ethel M.

London: Victor Gollancz Ltd, 1944. PB. good, wraps (softcover). The War Crisis has simply underlined the archaic attitude towards women and the deliberate restriction of opportunities in many fields of activity." Contents include: Women and the Problems of War; Some Observations on Traditionalism; Women in the Civil Service; Women in Industry; Women on the Land; Women in Education; Women Police; Women in the Home; Woman as an Economic Unit; Alas! My Poor Brother. 126pp.

$35.00

CAREER WOMEN OF AMERICA, 1776-1840

By Dexter, Elisabeth Anthony

Francestown, NH: Marshall Jones Company Pub, 1950. HC. very good w/good dustjacket (hardcover) inscribed by the author. A continuation of the author's earlier study of women in colonial days. 262pp.

$35.00

WOMANPOWER: A STATEMENT BY THE NATIONAL MANPOWER COUNCIL WITH CHAPTERS BY THE COUNCIL STAFF

By Canham, Erwin D.; Bartemeier, Leo; DuBridge, Lee A.; Hayes, A. J.; Anderson, Robert B.; Harrison, William H.; et al.

New York: Columbia University Press, 1957. HC. good w/lightly chipped dustjacket (hardcover). Chapters by the Council staff consider the composition of the female labor force, the history of women in paid employment, the distinguishing characteristics of women's behavior in the labor market, the education and training of girls and women, the impact of World War II on women's employment, the women's services in the military establishment, the legislation affecting women workers, the employer policies and practices involving women in business and industry, the problem of shortages of highly trained personnel, and the forces which impel so many mature married women to return to work. 371pp.

$10.00

MARRIED WOMEN IN THE LABOR FORCE: AN ECONOMIC ANALYSIS

By Cain, Glen G.

Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 1966. HC. very good w/very good dustjacket (hardcover). B&W tables. Married women now represent such an important segment of the labor force that attention to their work patterns is essential for a full understanding of business-cycle behavior and economic growth, the personal distribution of income, and the effects of income taxes on the supply of labor. 159pp.

$25.00

PROLIFE FEMINISM YESTERDAY & TODAY
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PROLIFE FEMINISM YESTERDAY & TODAY

By Derr, Mary Krane; Naranjo-Huebl, Linda; and, MacNair, Rachel (edited by)

New York: Sulzburger & Graham Pub, 1995. PB. fine, wraps (softcover). ISBN 0945819625 This book is a compilation of feminist writings on the issue of abortion from the early nineteenth century to the present. 311pp.

$17.50

VOICES OF AMERICAN HOMEMAKERS

By Arnold, Eleanor (editor and project director)

Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 1985. PB. very good, wraps (softcover). B&W illustrations. ISBN 0253207991 A book about women, family values, and making a life in rural America in the first half of this century. It distills some 200 oral histories collected from 37 states organized around the essential rites and functions of life. 295pp.

$6.00

WOMEN'S WORK - THE ENGLISH EXPERIENCE 1650-1914

By Sharpe, Pamela (edited by)

London / New York: Arnold / Oxford Univ. Press, 1998. PB. very good, wraps (softcover). ISBN 0340676965 368pp.

$8.50

WOMEN AT THE WORLD'S CROSSROADS

By Royden, A. Maude

New York: The Womans Press, 1922. HC. good+, blue cloth (hardcover). B&W frontis. Contents include: The World at the Crossroads; Christian Patriotism; Woman's Service to the Race; Woman's Service to Theology; The Law of Life; Love, the Fulfilling of the Law. 139pp.

$25.00

THE COLUMBIA DOCUMENTARY HISTORY OF AMERICAN WOMEN SINCE 1941
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THE COLUMBIA DOCUMENTARY HISTORY OF AMERICAN WOMEN SINCE 1941

By Sigerman, Harriet (edited by)

New York: Columbia University Press, 2003. HC. fine w/very good+ dustjacket (hardcover). ISBN 0231116985 This collection of documents seeks to chronicle the exciting and tumultuous recent history of American women, beginning with World War II, and the lasting reverberations of the greater employment opportunities for women created by the war effort. 690pp.

$7.00

HIDDEN IN THE HOME: THE ROLE OF WAGED HOMEWORK IN THE MODERN WORLD-ECONOMY
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HIDDEN IN THE HOME: THE ROLE OF WAGED HOMEWORK IN THE MODERN WORLD-ECONOMY

By Dangler, Jamie Faricellia

Albany, NY: State Univ. of New York Pr, 1994. HC. very good+, pictorial boards (hardcover). B&W tables. ISBN 0791421295 A study of homework in the electronics industry in the central part of New York State. 225pp.

$14.50

WOMEN AND BULLFIGHTING: GENDER, SEX AND THE CONSUMPTION OF TRADITION

By Pink, Sarah

Oxford, UK: Berg, 1997. HC. very good, pictorial boards (hardcover). B&W illustrations. ISBN 1859739563 Investigates the popularity and success of contemporary women performers in bullfighting culture, which has been framed by a discourse of 'traditionalist' masculinity. 233pp.

$30.00

FEMINIST VISIONS: TOWARD A TRANSFORMATION OF THE LIBERAL ARTS CURRICULUM

By Fowlkes, Diane L. and McClure, Charlotte S. (editors)

University, AL: Univ. of Alabama Press, 1984. HC. fine, green cloth (hardcover) (no dustjacket). B&W illustrations. ISBN 0817301720 The contents of this book were selected from a conference, "A Fabric of Our Own Making": Southern Scholars on Women, held March 4-7, 1981, at Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia. The purpose of this book, as was that of the conference, is to contribute to the self-education of scholars/teachers in the disciplines who are striving to bring gender-based equity to the liberal arts curriculum in their colleges and universities. 224pp.

$8.00

IF ALL WE DID WAS TO WEEP AT HOME: A HISTORY OF WHITE WORKING-CLASS WOMEN IN AMERICA

By Kennedy, Susan Estabrook

Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 1979. HC. very good w/good dustjacket (hardcover). ISBN 0253191548 Examines the protean identity of white working-class women, their often courageous struggles for recognition and survival, and their interactions with other elements of American society. 331pp.

$20.00

BORN FOR LIBERTY: A HISTORY OF WOMEN IN AMERICA

By Evans, Sara M.

New York: The Free Press, 1989. HC. very good+ w/very good+ dustjacket (hardcover), BCE. B&W illustrations. ISBN 0029029902 386pp.

$5.00

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