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Thomas, Mary Martha.
The New Woman in Alabama: Social Reforms and Suffrage, 1890-1920
(Alabama UP, 1992). Hardback. Fine in dustwrapper. viii + 269pp. Order No. NSBK-C6710
Keywords: 0817305645, Mary Martha Thomas, Victorian, nineteenth century, twentieth century, women's history, women's rights, rights of women, women and politics, suffrage, suffragists, suffragettes, The New Woman, gender, Sourthern lady, Southern belle, black women, white women, domesticity, child labour, child labor, Mary Martha Thomas, educational reform, temperance, clubs, organisations, associations, race, racism, America, USA, United States, public debate, American
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Jones, Stephen G.
Workers at Play: a Social and Economic History of Leisure, 1918 - 1939
(RKP, 1986). Hardback. Very good in dustwrapper. viii + 286pp. Order No. NSBK-A4346
Keywords: 0710206356, leisure, recreations, recreation, social history, interwar, inter war, inter-war, hobbies, sport, gambling, boxing, men, women, economic, holidays, drinking, pub, pubs, public houses, popular culture, cinema, working class, working classes, pastimes, voluntary organisations, clubs, working men's clubs, labour, entertainment, Britain, British, England, English
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Harrison, J.F.C.
A History of the Working Men's College, 1854-1954:
(RKP, 1954). Hardback. A little soiling to cloth, minor marginal pencil annotation, otherwise good+. xix + 215pp. Order No. NSBK-A4091
Keywords: B0000CIYZB, Working Men's College, education, Victorian, nineteenth century, twentieth century, class, George Tansley, adult education, mature students, WEA, Working Men's Association, clubs, Britain, British, England, English, working classes, working class, class, higher education, illiteracy, illiterate, literate, literacy, working men's colleges
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Symes, Ruth A.
Family First: Tracing Relationships in the Past
(Pen and Sword, 2015). Husbands, wives, fathers, mothers, children, siblings, aunts, uncles, cousins and grandparents - these are the relationships that structure the family tree and fascinate the family historian. But how much do we really know about how our ancestors lived out these multiple roles? Buffeted this way and that by economic developments, legal changes, medical advances, Two World Wars, the rise of the Welfare State, women's emancipation and many other factors, relationships between members of our family in the past were subtly different to those of today and continually transforming. This book is both a social history of the period 1800-1950 and a practical guide on how to set about tracing and better understanding the relationships between members of your own family. What did it mean to be a father in this period, but also, how might you discover the father of an ancestor if his name is not mentioned on the birth certificate? What common ideas were held about the role of wives and mothers, but also, how were multiple births, stillbirths, abortions and infanticides dealt with in the records? What factors might have influenced the size of your ancestor's family, but also why were its children named as they were? Did pecking order in a family matter, but also, was it legal to marry a cousin, or the sister of a deceased wife? How long could people expect to live, but also what records can tell you more about the circumstances of your ancestors' last years? A final chapter considers relationships with neighbours, friends and club associates. Hardback. New book, fine in dustwrapper. 223pp. Order No. NSBK-C15530
Keywords: 9781473833883, family relationships, family trees, geneaology, geneaological, social history, ancestors, tracing ancestors, fathers, mothers, siblings, cousins, women, welfare state, infants, clubs, grandparents
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