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Exhibit Endnotes & Photograph Credits

1) “Stratford:  Education for Boys and Girls.” Stratford Hall, n.d., http://www.stratfordhall.org/ed-boysgirls.html (26 July 2006).

2) "The Slave Experience: Education, Arts & Culture," PBS, n.d., http://www.pbs.org/wnet/slavery/experience/education/history2.html (26 July 2006).

3) Linda Kerber, Women of the Republic: Intellect & Ideology in Revolutionary America (New York, N.Y.:  W.W. Norton & Company, 1986), 189,269-288.

4) Gail Collins, America’s Women  (New York, N.Y.: Harper Collins Publishers Inc., 2003), 106.

5) Harriet Beecher Stowe.  “Catherine Beecher”.  Our famous women :an authorized record of the lives and deeds of distinguished American women of our times : an entirely new work, full of romantic story, lively humor, thrilling experiences, tender pathos, and brilliant wit, with numerous anecdotes, incidents, and personal reminiscences (Hartford, CT: A. D. Worthington, 1884), 87.

6) Amy Condra Peters, “Godey’s Lady’s Book and Sarah Josepha Hale: Making Female Education Fashionable," n.d., http://www.loyono.edu/history/journal/1992-3/peters.htm  (20 July 2006). 

7) Llana DeBare,  Where Girls Come First: The Rise, Fall and Surprising Revival of Girls Schools (New York, N.Y.:  Penguin Group (USA) Inc., 2004), 112.

8) Deirdre A. Almeida, “The Hidden Half: A History of Native American Women’s Education,” Harvard Educational Review 67, no. 4 (Winter 1997). 

9) Christopher J. Lucas, American Higher Education: A History ( New York, N.Y.:  St. Martin’s Griffin, 1994), 155.

10) Llana DeBare, Where Girls Come First: The Rise, Fall and Surprising Revival of Girls Schools (New York, N.Y.:  Penguin Group Inc., 2004). 

11) Paula O’Connor, “Grade School Teachers Become Labor Leaders,”  American Federation of Teachers, n.d., http://www.aft.org/about/history/heritage.htm (28 August 2006). 

12) Francine D. Blau and Ronald G. Ehrenberg, eds, Gender and Family Issues in the Workplace (New York:  Russell Sage Foundation, 1997), 36.

13) “Title IX, Education Amendments of 1972,” U.S. Department of Labor, n.d.,   http://www.dol.gov/oasam/regs/statutes/titleix.htm (22 August 2006). 

14) “Title IX Before and After,” WEEA Equity Resource Center n.d.,   http://www2.edc.org/WomensEquity/resource/title9/before.htm (22 August 2006). 

 

Photograph Credits

Page 1:

Image #1: "First Virginia Tech Coeds at Graduation," Virginia Tech University, n.d., http://imagebase.lib.vt.edu/browse.php?folio_ID=/va/wom/grad (8 August 2006).

Image #2: "Women Working, 1800-1930: Emma Hart Willard," Harvard University Library, n.d., http://ocp.hul.harvard.edu/ww/people_willard_emma.html (8 August 2006).

Page 2:

Images #1-4: “History of American Education Web Project,”  University of Notre Dame n.d., http://www.nd.edu/~rbarger/www7/colonial.html (15 August 2006).

Image #5: “The Hands of America’s First Black Female Poet,”  National Public Radio, n.d., http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=5021077  (18 August 2006).

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Image #1: “Department of History,” University of North Carolina Wilmington, n.d.,  http://www.uncwil.edu/hst/grad/grad.html (30 August 2006). 

Image #2: Judith Sargent Murray Society. http://www.hurdsmith.com/judith/ (30 August 2006).

Image #3: “Works of Art: Daily Artwork Archive,” The Metropolitan Museum of Art,  http://www.metmuseum.org/Works_of_Art/artworks.asp?ReplicationId=%7B1DF37530-1843-4336-9FDB-3782A29A7F54%7D (30 August 2006). 

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Images #1- 2: “History of American Education Web Project,”  University of Notre Dame., n.d., http://www.nd.edu/~rbarger/www7/colonial.html  (15 August 2006).

Page 5:

Images #1 and 4:  “An American Family:  The Beecher Tradition,”  Newman Library, http://newman.baruch.cuny.edu/digital/2001/beecher/catherine.htm (30 August 2006). 

Images #2- 3:  “Physical Fitness and Nutrition,”  University of Toledo Libraries,  http://www.cl.utoledo.edu/canaday/quackery/quack6.html (30 August 2006).

Page 6:

Images #1-2: “American Treasures of the Library of Congress: The Seneca Falls Convention,”  Library of Congress, n.d., http://www.loc.gov/exhibits/treasures/trr040.html (30 August 2006). 

Page 7:

Images #1-3: "Godey's Lady's Book Online," University of Rochester, n.d., http://www.history.rochester.edu/godeys/ (15 August 2006).

Page 8:

Images #1-2: Ben Schiller,  “[Un]Authorised Voices:  Who Speaks for the Slave?”  Bad Subjects, n.d.,    http://bad.eserver.org/issues/2004/69/schiller.html (30 August 2006).

Images #3-4: “Documenting the American South,” University of North Carolina, n.d., http://docsouth.unc.edu/washeducation/ill12.html (16 August 2006).

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Images #1- 2: “Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute: American Indian Students (1878-1923),”  Let All that is Indian Within You Die! n.d., http://www.twofrog.com/hampton.html (16 August 2006).

Images #3- 4:  “Archeology of the Phoenix Indian School,”  Archeology, 27 March, 1998, http://www.archaeology.org/online/features/phoenix/index.html (16 August 2006). 

Page 10:

Images #2 and 4: “Pictorial Americana: Education,”  Library of Congress, n.d.,   http://www.loc.gov/rr/print/list/picamer/paEducation.html (28 August 2006).  LC-USZ62-1915, LC-USZ62-4194

Image #3: David Marc, “Pioneering  Paths,”  Syracuse University Magazine, http://sumagazine.syr.edu/spring05/features/feature3/index.html (28 August 2006).

Page 11:

Image #1: Judith Bellafaire, “Securing Our Future—Then and Now:  Servicewomen Put Their Stamp on a Nation,”  Women in Military Service For America Memorial, n.d., http://www.womensmemorial.org/Education/WHM99.html (28 August 2006). 

Image #2: “Pictorial Americana: Education,”  Library of Congress, n.d.,   http://www.loc.gov/rr/print/list/picamer/paEducation.html (28 August 2006). LC-USZ62-2053

Image #3: "Libraries in Wisconsin," Rutgers School of Communication, Information, and Library Studies, n.d., http://www.scils.rutgers.edu/~dalbello/FLVA/universe/WIMosaic/IUPlibraries.html (30 August 2006).

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Image #1: "Photographs from Battle Creek History," Willard Library, http://www2.willard.lib.mi.us/bcphotos/people_children/h51_4986.htm (31 August 2006).

Image #2: Ackley Heritage Center, http://www.ackleyheritagecenter.com/largeimages.htm (31 August 2006).

Image #3: “Margaret Haley,”  http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/USAWhaley.htm (28 August 2006). 

Page 13:

Image #1: Sheila Y. Flemming,  “Excerpts from:  Bethune-Cookman College 1904-1994: The Answered Prayer to a Dream,”  Bethune-Cookman College, n.d.,   http://www.cookman.edu/subpages/Founder_of_the_College.asp  (11 August 2006). 

Image 2: "Cooking Class, Daytona Educational and Industrial Training School for Negro Girls," The Florida Memory Project. n.d., http://www.floridamemory.com/OnlineClassroom/MaryBethune/Cooking_class.cfm (30 August 2006).

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Image #1: Susan Goodwin, “American Cultural History,”  Kingwood College Library, n.d., http://kclibrary.nhmccd.edu/decade60.html#education (28 August 2006). 

Images #2- 3: “ ‘With an Even Hand’: Brown v. Board at Fifty," Library of Congress, n.d., http://www.loc.gov/exhibits/brown/brown-brown.html (21 August 2006). 

Images #4-6: “ ‘With an Even Hand’: Brown v. Board at Fifty,”  Library of Congress, n.d., http://www.loc.gov/exhibits/brown/brown-aftermath.html (21 August 2006). 

 

Exhibit supervised by NWHM Board member and historian Doris Weatherford. Exhibit text researched and written by NWHM Summer 2006 Intern Albrey Diece.
Web design by Holly Kearl

 

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