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Sisters in the Struggle: Kentucky Women in the Civil Rights Era, 1920s-1970s: 6a. Articles

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Articles Bibliography [from newspapers and journals]

MOST OF THESE ARTICLES ARE AVAILABLE ONLINE AT UK LIBRARIES

from databases such as

JSTOR

Chronicling America

The New York Times (1851-2012)

African American Newspapers, 1827-1998

 

Bashaw, C. T. (1996). "One kind of pioneer project: Julia F. Allen and the Southern Tenant Farmer's Union College Student Project, 1938," The Arkansas Historical Quarterly, 55(1), 1-25. 

Bauman, M. (2003). "Southern Jewish women and their social service organizations," Journal of American Ethnic History, 22(3), 34-78.

Clemens, E. S. (1993). "Organizational repertoires and institutional change: women's groups and the transformation of U.S. politics, 1890-1920," The American Journal of Sociology, 98(4), 755-798.

Cott, N. F. (1998). "Marriage and women's citizenship in the United States, 1830-1934," The American Historical Review, 103(5), 1440-1474.

Discussion on citizenship: Women's Press Club holds its final social of the season. (1926, May 23). The New York Times, p. E6. Retrieved 07/02/10 from New York Times Historical Newspapers.

Gyant, L. (1996). "Passing the torch: African American women in the civil rights movement," Journal of Black Studies, 26(5), 629-647.

In Eastern Kentucky: women work in coal mine. (1973, December 21). The Evening Standard, p. 1. [not available online at UK]

Kentucky women object to being classified as non-workers. (1910, April 10). Gazette and Bulletin, p. 1. [not available online at UK]

Kentucky women seek good will: join interracial commission and ask justice for all. (1923, December 21). Advocate [Kansas City, Kansas], p. 1. Retrieved 07/02/10 from African American Newspapers, 1827-1998.

Murderous mobs denounced by Kentucky Women. (1931, March 13). Topeka Plaindealer, p. 1. Retrieved 07/02/10 from African American Newspapers, 1827-1998.

Negro woman sits as delegate in Ky. Republican convention. (1920, March 4). New York Tribune, p. 3. Retrieved 07/02/10 from Chronicling America.

Quadagno, J. (2000). "Promoting civil rights through the welfare state: how Medicare integrated southern hospitals," Social Problems, 47(1), 68-69.

Scott, A. F. (1964). "After suffrage: southern women in the twenties," Journal of Southern History, 30(3), 298-318.

Women as voters - their place in the sun. (1919, March 30). New York Tribune, p. 14. Retrieved 07/02/10 from Chronicling America.

Women to be given rights in Kentucky. (1922, April 1). Hutchinson News, p. 20. [not available online at UK]