Central to the St. Louis Idealist Movement, women were responsible for developing three of its major streams of thought: pedagogy, feminism, and progressive political theory. Among others, works by Susan E. Blow, Anna D. Brackett, Grace C. Bibb, Eliza Read Sunderland, Marietta Kies, and Lucia Ames Mead highlight the idea these women writers contributed.arc then only four things which a girl really needs to be taught to do, so far as the mere manual facility goes a aquot;to sew over-and-over ; aquot; to put on a button; to gather , including aquot;strokingaquot; or aquot;laying, aquot; and to make a button-hole. Does it not Seem asanbsp;...
|Title||:||Women in the St. Louis Idealist Movement, 1860-1925|
|Author||:||Dorothy G. Rogers|
|Publisher||:||Thoemmes Press - 2003-10-02|