History Student’s Name: Institution: Date: History Secondary Sources Clinton Catherine. "The Ties that Bind." The Other Civil War American Women in the Nineteenth Century. New York: Hill and Wang first published in 1984; revised edition 1999 40-42. This article talks about a new era of revolution among American women before the civil war. In the past women were only said to housekeepers. Their area of work was only limited to their homesteads while men were involved in the outside world. This article presents an era where women refused to be housekeepers only. They were not free to do what they wanted. They Wang first published in 1984; revised edition 40-42 1990. Print. Lucretia Mott. Discourse on Women. 1849 Print. Nancy A. "Beyond the Search for Sisterhood: American Women's History in the 1980s." Social History 10 pp. 299-321 1985. Print. Robinson Harriett H. Loom and Spindle. Life among the Early Mill Girls. New York and Boston: Thomas Y. Crowell and Company 1898. Print. Truth Sojourner. "And Aren’t I a Woman?" (Speech at the Ohio Women's Rights Convention 1851 Akron Ohio). History of Woman Suffrage Vol. 1.1848-1861. Ed. Elizabeth Cady Stanton Susan B. Anthony and Matilda Joslyn Gage. Rochester New York: Susan B. Anthony 1887. Print. [...]
After reading Secondary Sources 1 and 2, answer the 4 short answer questions. Then read Primary Sources 1-3 and answer the 5 short answer questions. Since these are questions there is not a certain number of words or pages that you have to type.