Family Life in 19th-century America

Sampul Depan
Greenwood Press, 2007 - 415 halaman
Describes the family within the context of nineteenth-century America and shows how it worked within the educational, social and economic expectations of that century. Assesses the role of the father as successful breadwinner and leader of the family; the mother as homemaker and caretaker of the children; and family members as learners and workers who make the family operate efficiently. Slaves and servants are presented for their role in the family network.

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