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),
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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
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, United Tailoresses Society of New York, 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

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