American Women's History There Were A-Level Coursework

Length: 5 pages Sources: 4 Subject: Sports - Women Type: A-Level Coursework Paper: #48783405 Related Topics: Political Cartoon, Boston Tea Party, New England Colonies, American Revolution
Excerpt from A-Level Coursework :

Boycotting British goods meant that American women were going to have to make sacrifices, and stop consuming goods that were imported from Britain. The cartoon of the women of Edenton, NC signing a non-consumption agreement represent American women involving themselves in the political and economic boycott of Britain by the American colonies. ("A Society of Patriotic Ladies") However, it is actually a criticism of women's involvement in political affairs by representing the women who signed as silly women engaging in silly activities. The entire cartoon is designed to give the impression that women are not able to take on political issues seriously and deal with them effectively. Instead, the...


Web. 14

Oct. 2011.

2000. Print.

"Laws on Indentured Servants." Virtual Jamestown. Web. 14 Oct. 2011.

"Legal Case: Thomas/sine Hall; Virginia, March 25, 1629" Web. 14 Oct,


Sheppard, William. Portrait of Pocahontas. 1891. National Portrait Gallery of the Smithsonian, Washington D.C.

"Trial and Interrogation of Anne Hutchinson, Trial Transcript Pt. 1." Anne Hutchinson.

Web. 14 Oct. 2011.

Sources Used in Documents:

Works Cited

"A Society of Patriotic Ladies- North Carolina Digital History." LEARN NC. Web. 14

Oct. 2011.

2000. Print.

"Laws on Indentured Servants." Virtual Jamestown. Web. 14 Oct. 2011.

Cite this Document:

"American Women's History There Were" (2011, October 15) Retrieved May 7, 2021, from

"American Women's History There Were" 15 October 2011. Web.7 May. 2021. <>

"American Women's History There Were", 15 October 2011, Accessed.7 May. 2021,

Related Documents
American Women and the World Wars
Words: 3055 Length: 8 Pages Topic: Sports - Women Paper #: 29264912

History Of American Warfare The end of the American warfare marked the beginning of the way women were treated in the public and the domestic sphere. Women movements largely lobbied for equal rights, new women organizations, and the emergence of a new era of women photographers, artists and professionals, modified the traditional patriarchal social framework across the world. These social changes, which had been set in motion at the dawn of

American History American Labor History Please Attachment,
Words: 2439 Length: 8 Pages Topic: Agriculture Paper #: 24044557

American History American Labor History!!! Please attachment, written !!! Thank !!! Technological Changes and Its Effects on Aspects of the U.S. Society Effects of technological changes on urbanization Settlement patterns in the U.S. society have significantly resulted from the scope and magnitude of transportation technology. Economic activities in the U.S. economy are based where there is a sufficient transport network to meet specified needs. American metropolitan areas have experienced and ever increasing inflow of

American Woman the Post World
Words: 1906 Length: 6 Pages Topic: Sports - Women Paper #: 92275982

It was necessary for the returning men to feel that they were coming home to resume their pre-war social roles. Roles that were governed by the rules of a patriarchal society that had changed by way of the roles women assumed in American society while men were away at war. Women became the decision makers, the bread winners, and the family mangers in a way that is portrayed as

American Cultural History and Cult of Matthias
Words: 2316 Length: 5 Pages Topic: Mythology - Religion Paper #: 29057284

American Cultural History And Cult of Matthias There had been many changes occurs in terms of the progress of the economy, population and intellectual abilities during the 18th century and these could be considered as the possible reasons for the evolution of a fresh thinking in all the various spheres of life, and this pertains to religion as well. This was in complete a need for change and a great desire

American Jewess the Jewish-American Woman
Words: 2848 Length: 10 Pages Topic: Mythology - Religion Paper #: 74502117

1897-1898 1896 saw the expansion of the American Jewess with the opening of a New York office, though the content of the magazine appeared largely unchanged at the beginning of 1897. The January issue of the publication contains many articles that were themed similarly to the previous issues of the magazine, though there is a decidedly more practical nature to many of the articles included in the issue. "Household hints" and

American Naval History
Words: 830 Length: 3 Pages Topic: Military Paper #: 51511053

Naval History When we think of the defining battles of American history the image that comes to mind is likely to be battles like Lexington or Antietam - conflicts in which land soldiers played the most important roles. But the history of the United States would have been very different indeed had not the U.S. military proved to be as effective - and as innovative - as it was. Jack Sweetman,