German Women in the Nineteenth Century: A Social History

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ANTHOLOGIES OF ORIGINAL SOURCES

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Foner Philip S. ed. The Factory Girls: A Collection of Writings on Life and Struggles in the New England Factories of the 1840's. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1977.

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