Women Wage-Earners eBook

Helen Stuart Campbell
This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 176 pages of information about Women Wage-Earners.

Condorcet, Lettres d’un bourgeois de New Haven a un citoyen de Virginie, 1787.  OEuvres completes, Brunswick, 1804.  The same, Sur l’admission des femmes au droit de cite.  Journal de la societe de 1789, v. 3, VII. 1790.

Laboulaye, Recherches sur la condition civile et politique des femmes depuis les Romains jusqu’a nos jours.  Paris, 1843.

Legouve, Histoire morale de la femme.  Paris, 1848; 4^me edition, 1884.

Michelet, La femme.  Paris, 1860.

Proudhon, La justice dans l’eglise et dans la revolution, 1858.  Oeuvres anciennes, Paris, 1868-76.  Tome 22-26.

Jenny d’Hericourt, La femme affranchie.  Bruxelles, 1860.

Juliette Lamber, Idees antiproudhoniennes sur l’amour, la femme et le mariage, 2^me edition.  Paris, 1862.

Leon Giraud, Essai sur la condition de la femme en Europe et en Amerique.  Paris, 1883.

Eugene Pelletan, La famille.  La mere.  Paris, 1865.

Actes du Congres international des droits des femmes.  Paris, 1878.

Comte de Franqueville, Les droits des femmes en Angleterre, Compte rendu de l’Academie des sciences morales et politiques.  Paris, 1891.

ENGLISH BIBLIOGRAPHY.

Working Women in Large Cities, 4th annual Report of the Commission of Labor.  Washington, 1878.

Theodore Stanton, The Woman Question in Europe.  London, 1884.

Helen Campbell, Prisoners of Poverty, 1887.  Prisoners of Poverty Abroad, 1889.

Woman’s Work in America, edited by Annie Nathan Meyer.  New York, 1891.

Sophia Jex-Blake, Medical Women.  Edinburgh, 1871.

A. Huntley, Women and Medicine.  London, 1886.

John Stuart Mill, Subjection of Women.  London, 1869.

Eliza W. Farnham, Woman and her Era.  New York, 1869.

Lester F. Ward, Dynamic Sociology, vol. i. pp. 597-664.

Maria S. Child, History and Condition of Women in various Ages and
Nations.  Boston, 1840.

INDEX.

Abuses, in factories, 112;
  in dry-goods stores, 265. (See also Fines, Factories, Hours.)

Age, average, of working-women in Massachusetts, 116.

Agricultural labor, women press into, 21.

Agricultural Laborers’ Union, women denied admission to, 21.

Alabama, women workers in, 110.

Alfred’s “History of the Factory Movement,” 93.

American girls, percentage of, employed in Massachusetts, 116.

Andover ordinances, 60.

Appendix, 275.

Apprentices, 49, 122.

Arbitration, 266.

Aristotle, “Politics” and “Economics,” 29;
  views of women, 30.

Arizona, working-women in, 110.

Arkansas, working-women in, 110.

Atlanta, Ga., weekly wage in, 139

Austria, hours of labor in, 185.

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