|Statement||Mary Hurlbut Cordier.|
|LC Classifications||LB2837 .C66 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 365 p. :|
|Number of Pages||365|
|LC Control Number||92000493|
Schoolwomen of the Prairies and Plains: Personal Narratives from Iowa, Kansas, and Nebraska, Ss [Cordier, Mary Hurlbut] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Schoolwomen of the Prairies and Plains: Personal Narratives from Cited by: 6. This book depicts the lives of women who taught school in the late 19th and early 20th centuries on the prairies and plains of Iowa, Kansas, and Nebraska. The book is based on the narratives, letters, and diaries of 96 schoolwomen and on interviews with living pioneers, memoirs, school reports, photographs, and other documents. Part 1 includes four chapters that describe the educational Cited by: 6. Schoolwomen of the prairies and plains: personal narratives from Iowa, Kansas, and Nebraska, ss Item PreviewPages: Get this from a library! Schoolwomen of the prairies and plains: personal narratives from Iowa, Kansas, and Nebraska, ss. [Mary Hurlbut Cordier] -- Soon after the open spaces of Kansas, Nebraska, and Iowa were settled in the mid s by immigrants from the eastern United States and Europe, county schools were established in the region.
The book is disappointing, however, in at least two respects. Although Cordier asserts that the women in her study both conformed to and challenged expectations of their gender, she fails to provide supporting evidence. The threads of autonomy for women, demands for equality (at the early date of ), and activism toward those ends are evidenced by these school women throughout the work, but. Review of: Schoolwomen of the Prairies and Plains: Personal Narratives from Iowa, Kansas, and Nebraska, ss. Cordier, Mary Hurlbut. High Plains Publishing Company, Wert, Hal Elliot. The Little Quaker Sociology Book. Canmore Press, Cordier, Mary Hurlbut. Schoolwomen of the Prairies and Plains. University of New Mexico Press, Dickson, Paul and Thomas B. Allen. The Bonus Army: An American Epic. Walker and Company, “The prairie is one of those plainly visible things that you can’t photograph. No camera lens can take in a big enough piece of it. The prairie landscape embraces the whole of the sky. Any undistorted image is too flat to represent the impression of immersion that is central to being on the prairie. The experience is a kind of baptism.”.
"Clearing the Plains is a tour de force that dismantles and destroys the view that Canada has a special claim to humanity in its treatment of indigenous peoples. Daschuk shows how infectious disease and state-supported starvation combined to create a creeping, relentless catastrophe that persists to the present s: Schoolwomen of the Prairies and Plains: Personal Narratives from Iowa, Kansas, and Nebraska, by Mary Hurlbut Cordier, reviewed by Sylvia Hunt Kansas: A Pictorial History by Robert W. Richmond, reviewed by Virgil W. Dean The prairies and plains are bursting with stories, a region whose flat openness belies a colorful history that's now captured in this cornucopia of colorful tales. David Dary is a master storyteller and award-winning historian who was born in the region and still calls it home. In this book, he shares forty forgotten tales that capture the Author: David Dary. book history. historical geographer. griefblogger. Ann Clarke Escapes Slavery in the Great Plains. Schoolwomen of the Prairies and Plains: Personal Narratives from Iowa, Kansas, and Nebraska, ss. Firsted. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press,