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Women Working, 1870 - 1930

Women Working, 1870 - 1930 Harvard historians are busy collecting primary documents and photos to create presentations on various educational topics. Their first endeavor examines working women from 1870 to 1930. It was a strange time for a woman to be working outside of the home. Women were meant to
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Women Working, 1870 - 1930


Harvard historians are busy collecting primary documents and photos to create presentations on various educational topics. Their first endeavor examines working women from 1870 to 1930. It was a strange time for a woman to be working outside of the home. Women were meant to be in the home, weren't they? Delve into this great collection to find the answers.

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