Domestic History

Domestic History: Selected full-text books and articles

Making the American Home: Middle-Class Women & Domestic Material Culture, 1840-1940 By Marilyn Ferris Motz; Pat Browne Bowling Green State University Popular Press, 1988
FREE! Home Life in Colonial Days By Alice Morse Earle Macmillan, 1898
Preserving Domesticity: Reading Tupperware in Women's Changing Domestic, Social and Economic Roles By Vincent, Susan The Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology, Vol. 40, No. 2, May 2003
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The Economics of Household Consumption By Frances M. Magrabi; Young Sook Chung; Sanghee Sohn Cha; Se-Jeong Yang Praeger, 1991
Life in a Noble Household, 1641-1700 By Gladys Thomson Scott J. Cape, 1937
The Coming of Age of Home Economics By Wilensky, Joe Human Ecology, Vol. 29, No. 3, Summer 2001
Selections from Eliza Leslie By Eliza Leslie; Etta M. Madden University of Nebraska Press, 2011
Librarian's tip: Eliza Leslie was a prominent writer of cookbooks and etiquette book in the 1800s
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