1850-1877: Lifestyles, Social Trends, and Fashion
1850-1877: Chapter Nine: Lifestyles, Social Trends, and Fashion
by SILVANA SIDDALI
TOPICS IN THE NEWS
Class and Community 274
The Age of Shoddy 275
Southern Slave-Owning Families in 1850 276
Ethnic Identities 277
Northern European Immigration to the United States, 1830-1880 279
Family Life: Courtship and Marriage 280
Family Life: New Roles for Wives and Children 282
Memoir of a Female Slave 282
Food and Drink 289
Buying Groceries 291
From Slavery to Freedom 291
A Black Soldier’s Letter Home 294
The Woman’s Movement 299
A Btithh Officer Observes Southern Women 299
Sojourner Truth 303
Victoria Woodhull 304
Sidebars and tables are listed in italics.
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