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An Opportunity to Challenge the "Color Line": Gender, Race, Ethnicity, and Women's Labor Activism in Late Nineteenth-Century Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Author: Brie Swenson Arnold (Coe College)

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    An Opportunity to Challenge the "Color Line": Gender, Race, Ethnicity, and Women's Labor Activism in Late Nineteenth-Century Cedar Rapids, Iowa

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Keywords: Cedar Rapids (Iowa)

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Swenson Arnold, B., (2015) “An Opportunity to Challenge the "Color Line": Gender, Race, Ethnicity, and Women's Labor Activism in Late Nineteenth-Century Cedar Rapids, Iowa”, The Annals of Iowa 74(2), 101-141. doi: https://doi.org/10.17077/0003-4827.12186

Rights: Copyright © 2015 State Historical Society of Iowa. This article is posted here for personal use, not for redistribution

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01 Apr 2015
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