The Resource Immigrant women, edited by Maxine Seller

Immigrant women, edited by Maxine Seller

Label
Immigrant women
Title
Immigrant women
Statement of responsibility
edited by Maxine Seller
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Biography type
collective biography
Cataloging source
DLC
Index
index present
LC call number
HQ1412
LC item number
.I45
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1935-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Seller, Maxine
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  • Women
  • Women immigrants
  • Women
  • Women immigrants
  • Femmes
  • Immigrantes
  • Emigration and immigration
  • Women
  • Women immigrants
  • Einwanderung
  • Frau
  • Quelle
  • United States
  • United States
  • États-Unis
  • United States
  • USA
Label
Immigrant women, edited by Maxine Seller
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Includes index
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 329-340
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
About a wheat field and a bowl of barley porridge / Vilhelm Moberg -- "My education and aspirations demanded more" / Marie Zakrzewska -- Going to America / Terry Coleman -- Ellis Island: "We would tag them with numbers" / Edward Corsi -- "A sad case" / Peter Roberts -- "I remember how scared I was" / Golda Meir -- "He has the right to command you" / Marie Hall Ets -- Issei women: "Picture brides" in America / Emma Gee -- "I escaped with my life" / Guri Enderson -- "We'd better take care lest we all turn into beasts and savages out here" / O.E. Rølvaag -- "Urbanization without breakdown" / Corinne Azen Krause -- The diary of a rent striker: "Harlem and hope" / Innocencia Flores -- Stragtegies for growing old: Basha is a survivor / Barbara Myerhoff -- "Better we glean than our children starve" / Hope Williams Sykes -- A physician in the "First true 'woman's hospital' in the world" / Marie Zakrzewska -- "The duties of the housewife remain manifold and various" / Sophonisba Breckinridge -- "The immigrant woman and her job: Agnes D., Mrs. E. Angelina, Minnie, Louise M., and Theresa M. / Caroline Manning -- Save your dimes / Abraham Reisin -- "She will deny herself innocent enjoyments": dutiful Irish daughters / John Francis Maguire -- Unmarried mothers / Grade Abbott -- Frontier widow: " It could not be reality" / O.E. Rølvaag -- Syrian women in Chicago: "New responsibilities, new skills" / Safia Haddad -- Pearls around the neck, a stone upon the heart: becoming an American lady / Charlotte Baum, Paula Hyman, and Sonya Michel -- The vine and the fruit / Hope Williams Sykes -- "My familié is growing up" -- "Sure, it is good to be working for my children once again" -- A family disrupted: Shikata ga nai -- this cannot be helped" / Jeanne Wakasuki Houston and James D. Houston -- "If one could help another" / Vilhelm Molberg -- "The last loaf" -- Childbed in the North American forest -- "Let us join hands": The Polish women's alliance / Thaddeus Radzialowski -- America via the neighborhood: settlement house and women's clubs / John Daniels -- Rosa and the Chicago commons: "How can I not love America?" / Marie Hall Ets -- The free vacation house / Anzia Yezierska -- For nickels and dimes: "A book was a ... precious thing" / Monica Krawczyk -- "The lessons that most influenced my life ... came from my parents" / Harriet Pawlowska -- "An impossible dream": the struggle for higher education / Elizabeth Loza Newby -- The stubborn twig: "My double dose of schooling" / Monica Sone -- "I am a housewife": English lessons for Vietnamese women / Gail Paradise Kelly -- At the end of the Santa Fe trail / Sister Blandina Segale thwarting a lynch mob -- Building a school -- "This is law, but where is the justice of it" / Ernestine Rose -- "In memoriam -- American democracy" / Emma Goldman -- The march of the mill children / by Mary Harris (Mother) Jones -- Fasting for suffrage: "We don't want other women ever to have to do this over again" / Rose Winslow -- "Black women of the world ... push forward" / Amy Jacques Garvey -- Women were working for sixty cents a week / Rose Schneiderman -- A song for a barbarian reed pipe / Maxine Hong Kingston -- The parish and the hill / Mary Doyle Curran -- "This is Selina" / Paule Marshall -- "You don't even act colored" -- "I'm truly your child" -- "I guess I've always been a little strong-minded" / Terry Dezso -- "I am proud of being Japanese" / Magorah Maruyama -- "We can begin to move toward sisterhood" / Barbara Mikulski
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
x, 347 pages
Isbn
9780877221906
Lccn
80021756
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (OCoLC)06735196
  • (OCoLC)ocm06735196
Label
Immigrant women, edited by Maxine Seller
Publication
Note
Includes index
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 329-340
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
About a wheat field and a bowl of barley porridge / Vilhelm Moberg -- "My education and aspirations demanded more" / Marie Zakrzewska -- Going to America / Terry Coleman -- Ellis Island: "We would tag them with numbers" / Edward Corsi -- "A sad case" / Peter Roberts -- "I remember how scared I was" / Golda Meir -- "He has the right to command you" / Marie Hall Ets -- Issei women: "Picture brides" in America / Emma Gee -- "I escaped with my life" / Guri Enderson -- "We'd better take care lest we all turn into beasts and savages out here" / O.E. Rølvaag -- "Urbanization without breakdown" / Corinne Azen Krause -- The diary of a rent striker: "Harlem and hope" / Innocencia Flores -- Stragtegies for growing old: Basha is a survivor / Barbara Myerhoff -- "Better we glean than our children starve" / Hope Williams Sykes -- A physician in the "First true 'woman's hospital' in the world" / Marie Zakrzewska -- "The duties of the housewife remain manifold and various" / Sophonisba Breckinridge -- "The immigrant woman and her job: Agnes D., Mrs. E. Angelina, Minnie, Louise M., and Theresa M. / Caroline Manning -- Save your dimes / Abraham Reisin -- "She will deny herself innocent enjoyments": dutiful Irish daughters / John Francis Maguire -- Unmarried mothers / Grade Abbott -- Frontier widow: " It could not be reality" / O.E. Rølvaag -- Syrian women in Chicago: "New responsibilities, new skills" / Safia Haddad -- Pearls around the neck, a stone upon the heart: becoming an American lady / Charlotte Baum, Paula Hyman, and Sonya Michel -- The vine and the fruit / Hope Williams Sykes -- "My familié is growing up" -- "Sure, it is good to be working for my children once again" -- A family disrupted: Shikata ga nai -- this cannot be helped" / Jeanne Wakasuki Houston and James D. Houston -- "If one could help another" / Vilhelm Molberg -- "The last loaf" -- Childbed in the North American forest -- "Let us join hands": The Polish women's alliance / Thaddeus Radzialowski -- America via the neighborhood: settlement house and women's clubs / John Daniels -- Rosa and the Chicago commons: "How can I not love America?" / Marie Hall Ets -- The free vacation house / Anzia Yezierska -- For nickels and dimes: "A book was a ... precious thing" / Monica Krawczyk -- "The lessons that most influenced my life ... came from my parents" / Harriet Pawlowska -- "An impossible dream": the struggle for higher education / Elizabeth Loza Newby -- The stubborn twig: "My double dose of schooling" / Monica Sone -- "I am a housewife": English lessons for Vietnamese women / Gail Paradise Kelly -- At the end of the Santa Fe trail / Sister Blandina Segale thwarting a lynch mob -- Building a school -- "This is law, but where is the justice of it" / Ernestine Rose -- "In memoriam -- American democracy" / Emma Goldman -- The march of the mill children / by Mary Harris (Mother) Jones -- Fasting for suffrage: "We don't want other women ever to have to do this over again" / Rose Winslow -- "Black women of the world ... push forward" / Amy Jacques Garvey -- Women were working for sixty cents a week / Rose Schneiderman -- A song for a barbarian reed pipe / Maxine Hong Kingston -- The parish and the hill / Mary Doyle Curran -- "This is Selina" / Paule Marshall -- "You don't even act colored" -- "I'm truly your child" -- "I guess I've always been a little strong-minded" / Terry Dezso -- "I am proud of being Japanese" / Magorah Maruyama -- "We can begin to move toward sisterhood" / Barbara Mikulski
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
x, 347 pages
Isbn
9780877221906
Lccn
80021756
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (OCoLC)06735196
  • (OCoLC)ocm06735196

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