New York: Fowler & Wells Co, . First American Edition. Travelogue and social commentary based on three visits made to the United States between 1872 and 1883 by the author, the British women's rights activist Emily Faithfull (1835-1895). An active member of the Society for Promoting the Employment of Women, Faithfull takes particular interest here in the comparison of the women's work movements in the United States and Great Britain. Of special interest are Chapters XVIII-XX, which cover women's employment and "The American girl." Octavo (19.25cm.); publisher's green pictorial cloth embossed in dark brown and gilt, tan floral endpapers; xvi,400,,8pp. Board extremities a bit shelf-worn, some bubbling to rear cover cloth, else a Very Good, bright copy. (Inventory #: 31521)
The history, literature, and art of American social movements, including Civil Rights, Feminism, Labor History, Radical Politics, and Counterculture.
Shipping & Return Policies
All items are offered subject to prior sale. Orders must be prepaid, though billing may be arranged for institutions and customers with established credit. Payment may be made by Check, Money Order, Paypal or by valid credit card (Visa, MasterCard, American Express or Discover). Any item may be returned within 10 days for full refund. Signed and manuscript items carry an unlimited guarantee of authenticity.
You can be confident that when you make a purchase through ABAA.org, the item is sold by an ABAA member in full compliance with our Code of Ethics. Our sellers guarantee your order will be shipped promptly and that all items are as described. Buy with confidence through ABAA.org.