"The Revolt of 'Mother'." What does the story suggest about the role of women in rural New England during the latter part of the nineteenth century?
they were the ones that did all of the house work and the were not allowed to have friends the one thing they had to do was make their man happy
There was naff all education.
cult of Domesticity
Women in the Nineteenth Century was written by Margaret Fuller.
In the nineteenth century, women were not considered equal to men.
the right to vote
the mid-nineteenth century
she wrote " women of the nineteenth century"
Women were expected to take care of the household in the early nineteenth century. However, for families that needed a second income, teaching and nursing were two professionals that women could choose to go into.
The nineteenth century was a good year for the passage of the nineteenth century because women had a victory on the suffrage movement.
Why were women prominent in the reform crusades of the early nineteenth century? What contributions did they make to social reform? Select three leaders and defend your selection of them as leaders.
The nineteenth century was from 1800 - 1899.