Women of the Grange: Mutuality and Sisterhood in Rural America, 1866-1920

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expert as an epitome of the wisdom that Grange women had constantly and consistently shared with each other since the Order was new.73


NOTES
1.
Flora Kimball, "Woman's Relation to Society Through the Grange," undated circular from National Grange Lecture Department, in National Agricultural Library, also The Husbandman 14 ( 11 January 1888): 3.
2.
National Grange 2 ( 27 May 1908): 4.
3.
Dirigo Rural 3 ( 17 June 1876): 3.
4.
Bulletin 4 ( May 1878).
5.
American Grange Bulletin and Scientific Farmer 24 ( 27 October 1898): 10-11.
6.
Farmer's Friend and Grange Advocate 18 ( 10 October 1891): 5.
7.
"Minnehaha Spray" in papers of Minnehaha Grange No. 398, Archives and Manuscripts Division, Minnesota Historical Society.
8.
Minutes of Minnehaha Grange No. 398 for 19 December 1879, 16 January 1880, and 19 May 1883 in papers of Minnehaha Grange No. 398, Archives and Manuscripts Division, Minnesota Historical Society.
9.
Minutes of Hastings Grange No. 339 for 22 December 1875, 1 March 1876, and 15 December 1876 in New York State Grange Records, Cornell University Library.
10.
Minutes of Clymer Grange for 11 and 25 September 1875 in New York State Grange Records, Cornell University Library.
11.
The Husbandman 3 ( 22 November 1876): 2.
12.
Ibid. 12 ( 3 March 1886): 2; ( 12 May 1886): 2.
13.
Minutes of Kendaia Grange No. 64, entries for 1874 and for the years from 1886 through 1892, in New York Grange Records, Cornell University Library.
14.
Hebb, "The Woman Movement in the California State Grange,"62; Smith, "The History of the Iowa State Grange,"5-6.
15.
Minutes of Olive Grange No. 189 in the Indiana Historical Society.
16.
Calvert, "The Southern Grange,"152-53.
17.
American Grange Bulletin and Scientific Farmer 21 ( 3 September 1896): 10- 11.
18.
Ibid. 24 ( 27 October 1908): 12; 4 ( 16 August 1909): 15.
19.
Carpenter, "History of Centre Grange From 1874 to 1949,"5.
20.
National Grange 2 ( 15 July 1908): 12; 3 ( 28 April 1909): 12; 4 ( 19 May 1909): 12.
21.
Gardner, The Grange, 358-59; Grange Visitor 7 ( 1 September 1881): 2.
22.
Hennepin County Mirror 11 ( 18 June 1881): 8.
23.
American Grange Bulletin and Scientific Farmer 23 ( 23 September 1897): 2.
24.
Hebb, "The Woman Movement in the California State Grange,"49-50, 80; Journal of Proceedings of the Thirteenth Annual Session of the Pennsylvania State Grange, 1885, 334-36; Journal of Proceedings of the Twenty-First Annual Session of the Ohio State Grange 1983 ( Sandusky: State Grange, 1893), 65; Journal of Proceedings of the Fifteenth Annual Session Missouri State Grange 1887 ( Sedalia: State Grange, 1887), 24-25.

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Table of contents

  • Recent Titles in Contributions in Women's Studies ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Introduction 1
  • Notes 13
  • 1- Graces, Lecturers, and The Changing "Appearance Of Equality" 19
  • Notes 31
  • 2- Teachers, Farmers, and Famous Grangers 35
  • Notes 51
  • 3- Literary Entertainment 55
  • Notes 69
  • 4 - Drudgery and Home Economics 73
  • Notes 85
  • 5- Women's Committees 89
  • Notes 102
  • Notes 120
  • 7- Remaining Tasks and Recent Changes 125
  • Notes 138
  • Conclusion 141
  • Note on Sources 145
  • Index 153
  • About the Author 159
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