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Alabama Women

Table of Contents

  1. Cover
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  1. Title Page, Copyright Page
  2. pp. i-vi
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  1. Contents
  2. pp. vii-x
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  1. Acknowledgments
  2. pp. xi-xiv
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  1. Introduction
  2. Lisa Lindquist Dorr
  3. pp. 15-23
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  1. The Indomitable Women of the Creek Removal Era: “Some One Must Have Told Her That I Meant to Run Away with Her”
  2. Christopher D. Haveman
  3. pp. 24-53
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  1. Augusta Evans Wilson: America’s Forgotten Best-Selling Author
  2. Susan E. Reynolds
  3. pp. 54-72
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  1. The Townsend Family: African American Female “Voice” and Interracial Ties
  2. Sharony Green
  3. pp. 73-88
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  1. The Enslaved Women Surgical Patients of J. Marion Sims in Antebellum Alabama: Sisterhood of Shared Suffering
  2. Harriet E. Amos Doss
  3. pp. 89-103
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  1. Maria Fearing: Domestic Adventurer
  2. Kimberly D. Hill
  3. pp. 104-121
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  1. Julia S. Tutwiler: The Burdens of Paternalism and Race
  2. Paul M. Pruitt Jr.
  3. pp. 122-142
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  1. Margaret Murray Washington: A Southern Reformer and the Black Women’s Club Movement
  2. Sheena Harris
  3. pp. 143-158
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  1. Pattie Ruffner Jacobs: Personal Anxiety / Political Triumph
  2. Wayne Flynt and Marlene Hunt Rikard
  3. pp. 159-177
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  1. Ida E. Brandon Mathis: The One-Crop System and the Limits of Progressive Economic Reform
  2. Rebecca S. Montgomery
  3. pp. 178-196
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  1. Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald and Sara Martin Mayfield: “Alabama Modern”
  2. Rebecca Cawood McIntyre
  3. pp. 197-222
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  1. Ruby Pickens Tartt: Composing a New Score
  2. Tina Jones
  3. pp. 223-235
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  1. Bess Bolden Walcott: A Legacy of Women’s Leadership at Tuskegee Institute
  2. Caroline Gebhard
  3. pp. 236-252
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  1. Lebanese, Italian, and Slavic Immigrant Women in Metropolitan Birmingham: “Just Mud Roads”
  2. Staci Glover
  3. pp. 253-268
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  1. Margaret Charles Smith: Lessons from Midwifery
  2. Jenny M. Luke
  3. pp. 269-283
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  1. Virginia Foster Durr: “The Liberation of Pure White Southern Womanhood”
  2. Patricia Sullivan
  3. pp. 284-300
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  1. Rosa Parks: “I Don’t Know Whether I Could Have Been More Effective . . . in the South Than I Am Here in Detroit”
  2. Jeanne Theoharis
  3. pp. 301-321
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  1. Lurleen Burns Wallace: Making Her Way in Wallace Country
  2. Susan Youngblood Ashmore
  3. pp. 322-347
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  1. Harper Lee: To Kill a Mockingbird and “A Good Woman’s Words”
  2. Nancy Grisham Anderson
  3. pp. 348-360
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 361-364
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  1. Index
  2. pp. 365-378
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