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Domestic revolutions : a social history of American family life / Steven Mintz and Susan Kellogg. [print]

By: Mintz, Steven, 1953- [author]Contributor(s): Kellogg, Susan [aut]Material type: TextTextPublication details: New York : Free Press ; 1988. ; London : Collier Macmillan, [(c)1988. Description: xx, 316 pages, 17 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 25 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0029212901; 9780029212905; 002921291X; 9780029212912Subject(s): Families -- United States -- History | Famille -- Etats-Unis -- HistoireGenre/Form: History. LOC classification: HQ535.D664 1988HQ535.K29.D664 1988Online resources: Internet sites about United States COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
The Godly family in New England and its transformation The roots of diversity The rise of the democratic family The shaping of the Afro-American family Industrialization and the working-class family The rise of the companionate family, 1900-1930 America's families face the Great Depression Families on the home front The golden age: families of the 1950s Coming apart: radical departures since 1960 The politics of the family: the 1980s and beyond Historical perspectives on the family The language of family history.
Summary: Looks at the ways the American family has adapted to change over the past three hundred years, and discusses the families of American Indians, slaves, and immigrants.
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Non-fiction HQ535.M568.R486 1988 (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Available 31923001720701

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The Godly family in New England and its transformation The roots of diversity The rise of the democratic family The shaping of the Afro-American family Industrialization and the working-class family The rise of the companionate family, 1900-1930 America's families face the Great Depression Families on the home front The golden age: families of the 1950s Coming apart: radical departures since 1960 The politics of the family: the 1980s and beyond Historical perspectives on the family The language of family history.

Looks at the ways the American family has adapted to change over the past three hundred years, and discusses the families of American Indians, slaves, and immigrants.

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