How Did the United Tailoresses Society Contribute a Working-Class Conceptualization of Equality to Early Women's Rights Activism?

How Did the United Tailoresses Society Contribute a Working-Class Conceptualization of Equality to Early Women's Rights Activism?

written by Julie Myers-Mushkin, fl. 2018 and Diane Pecknold, fl. 2018 (Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 2019), 54 page(s),
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Field of Interest
Women and Social Movements
Author
Julie Myers-Mushkin, fl. 2018, Diane Pecknold, fl. 2018
Collection
Women and Social Movements in the United States,1600-2000
Content Type
Document project
Format
Related Web resources
URL
https://documents.alexanderstreet.com/c/1009929522
Page Count
54
Publication Year
2019
Publisher
Alexander Street
Place Published / Released
Alexandria, VA
Subject
Women and Social Movements, History, Women and Rights, Women and Work, Labor strikes, Wages and salaries, Working-classes, Labor unions, Seamstresses, Mujer y Derechos, Direitos da Mulher, Mujer y Trabajo, Mulher e Trabalho, New York City, NYC, City of New York, New York, New York, United Tailoresses Society of New York, New York, NY, Work and Class Identity, Women as “Proletariat”, Labor Standards, Trade Unions
Topic
Women as “Proletariat”, Labor Standards, Trade Unions
Keywords and Translated Subjects
Mujer y Derechos, Direitos da Mulher, Mujer y Trabajo, Mulher e Trabalho, New York City, NYC, City of New York, New York, New York

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