German Women in the Nineteenth Century: A Social History

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NOTES
1.
C. Heiss and A. Koppel, Heimarbeit und Hausindustrie in Deutschland ( Berlin, 1906), pp. 180-229.
2.
David S. Landes, The Unbound Prometheus ( Cambridge, 1970), p. 222.
3.
J. H. Clapham, The Economic Development of France and Germany, 1815-1914 ( Cambridge, 1955), p. 278.
4.
Wolfram Fischer, Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft im Zeitalter der Industrialisierung ( Göttingen, 1972), pp. 251-53.
5.
Raphael Samuel, "Workshop of the World, Steam Power and Hand Technology in mid-Victorian Britain", History Workshop no. 3 ( 1977), p. 10.
6.
Fischer, pp. 345-46.
7.
"Die Frauenerwerbsarbeit im Deutschen Reich nach den Ergebnissen der Berufszählungen von 1882-1910", Statistische Beilage des CorrespondenzBlatt, 3 ( April 27, 1912), pp. 68-77.
8.
Frank Tipton, Regional Variations in the Economic Development of Germany during the Nineteenth Century ( Middletown, Conn., 1976) p. 163.
9.
Statistik des Deutschen Reichs,220-221 ( 1914), p. 164.
10.
Protokoll der Verhandlungen des Ersten Allgemeinen Heimarbeiterschutz-Kongress ( Berlin, 1904), p. 61.
11.
Heinrich Koch, "The New Homework Act", Office International du Travail Domicile, 6 (n.d.), p. 1.
12.
Statistik des Deutschen Reichs, p. 165.
13.
E. Jaffe, "Hausindustrie und Fabrikbetrieb in der deutschen Cigarrenfabrikations", Schriften des Vereins für Sozialpolitik, 84 ( 1899), p. 306.
14.
"Das Hausgewerbe in Deutschland nach der gewerblichen Betriebszahlung vom 12 Juni 1907", Reichs-Arbeitsblatt, 2 ( 1910), p. 110.
15.
Statistik des Deutschen Reichs, p. 167. These figures are rounded off to the nearest thousand.
16.
Walther Frisch, "Die Organisationsbetrebungen der Arbeiter in der deutschen Tabakindustrie", Staats und Sozialtwissenschaftliche Forschungen, 24 ( Leipzig, 1905), p. 246.
17.
Amtliche-Mittheilungen aus dem Jahresberichten der Gewerbeaufsichtbeamten und Bergbehörden( 1893), p. 56.
19.
In March 1903, regulations regarding employment of children in industry were extended to home work.
20.
Amtliche-Mittheilungen, p. 57.
21.
Ibid.
22.
Statistische Beilage des Correspondenz-Blatt, p. 93.
23.
Statistik des Deutschen Reichs, 111 ( 1899), p. 226.
24.
Heiss and Koppel, computed from charts on pp. 190-229.
25.
Statistik des Deutschen Reichs, 221 ( 1913), p. 227.
26.
Karl Bittmann, Hausindustrie und Heimarbeit im Grossherzogtum Baden ( Karlsruhe, 1907), p. 45.

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