36: 1 (Spring 1995) Connecticut Women Reshaping Their World: Historical Perspectives

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Connecticut History
Spring 1995, Vol. 36, No. 1

Special Issue: Connecticut Women Reshaping Their World: Historical Perspectives

Table of Contents

ARTICLES

Amy Kesselman, “Public and Private: Connecticut Women’s Strategies for Change”

Paula A. Scott, “‘Tis Not the Spring of Life with Me’: Aged Women in Their Diaries and Letters, 1790-1830

Lawrence B. Goodheart, “The Concept of Insanity: Women Patients at the Hartford Retreat for the Insane, 1824-1865”

Sandra L. Wheeler, “”To Get An Honest Livin’: Professional Boarding House Keepers in Hartford, 1890″

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Connecticut History
Spring 1995, Vol. 36, No. 1

Special Issue: Connecticut Women Reshaping Their World: Historical Perspectives

Table of Contents

ARTICLES

Amy Kesselman, “Public and Private: Connecticut Women’s Strategies for Change”

Paula A. Scott, “‘Tis Not the Spring of Life with Me’: Aged Women in Their Diaries and Letters, 1790-1830

Lawrence B. Goodheart, “The Concept of Insanity: Women Patients at the Hartford Retreat for the Insane, 1824-1865”

Sandra L. Wheeler, “”To Get An Honest Livin’: Professional Boarding House Keepers in Hartford, 1890″

 

 

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