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Toward a tenderer humanity and a nobler womanhood African American women"s clubs in turn-of-the-century Chicago by Anne Meis Knupfer

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Published by New York University Press in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Chicago (Ill.),
  • Illinois,
  • Chicago

Subjects:

  • African American women -- Illinois -- Chicago -- Societies and clubs,
  • Chicago (Ill.) -- Social conditions,
  • Chicago (Ill.) -- Social life and customs

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. [187]-204) and index.

StatementAnne Meis Knupfer.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsF548.9.N4 K58 1996
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 209 p., [7] p. of plates :
Number of Pages209
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL987151M
ISBN 100814746713, 0814746918
LC Control Number96025259

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Anne Meis Knupfer is an associate professor of educational studies at Purdue University. She is the author of Reform and Resistance: Gender, Delinquency, and America's First Juvenile Court and Toward a Tenderer Humanity and a Nobler Womanhood: African American Women's Clubs . Toward a Tenderer Humanity and a Nobler Womanhood: African American Women's Anne M. Knupfer No preview available - The Power of Good Deeds: Privileged Women and the Reviews: 1. The couple and Theresa's aunt, Ellen Rush, lived on W. 56th Street, according to the U.S. Federal Census. Theresa Macon was the daughter of Seagmon and Jane Bush Gray [source: Illinois Deaths, and Still Births Index]. For more see the Theresa Macon entry in Toward a Tenderer Humanity and a Nobler Womanhood by A. M. Knupfer. Fortson, Bettiola Heloise (born: - died: ) Bettiola Fortson was a poet, essayist, and suffragist. She was born in Hopkinsville, KY, the daughter of James Fortson. At the age of nine, she was a boarder with the William Evans family on E. 13th Street in Hopkinsville, .