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A Call for Information

This semester at school, I am taking a history course where the entire class is set up on writing an ORIGINAL historical research paper. It is incredibly intense because it requires loads of reading and writing (somewhere between 15-20 hours a week, for a 3 credit class!) but it is the ORIGINAL part that is really throwing me off!

My topic, which is still being revised, is how feminism has affected motherhood between the 1800s and 1980s. If anyone has any books or articles that were written in the 1800s about motherhood or the effects of motherhood, I would really appreciate any information that you could give me. You can post a response or email me. If you don’t know anything, could you ask the people around you? I am searching for this information but I fear that I am not going to have enough to write a good paper.

My goal is to present this information in a way that leaves no doubt that motherhood as it was in the 1800s, before feminism messed with it, was a much “better” way to raise children. I am not really writing a persuasive paper here, but I think I can still argue the point a little bit. 🙂

Thanks for the help!

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One thought on “A Call for Information

  1. I can’t help you out, but would love to find out just as much as you! That sounds like a real neat topic! Hmmm, maybe Google ‘feminism in the 1800’s’ and see what comes up. Google is cool and all, but I prefer books myself. 🙂Maybe your local library would be of some help? They seem to have lots of dusty old books no one reads…lol. 🙂Have a safe weekend!Dawn

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