Overall, the periodicals offer a glimpse into the mediated meanings of gender during the antebellum era. The periodicals for mothers were a vehicle but only one of many---through which an ideology of separate spheres was conveyed to, and embedded in, antebellum American culture.aquot;Filial Love Purchased by Parental Indulgenceaquot; aquot;Childrena#39;s Ideas of Deathaquot; aquot; Recollections of a Deaceased Motheraquot; ... P.B. L.L.H. A Sister Mrs. Jones Mrs. Eliza C. Allen, Editor Essay Essay Essay Essay ... (Q) Children Religion Education Religion Children Gender roles: Girls Children, Discipline, Mothera#39;s responsibilities (Q)anbsp;...
|Title||:||"She Moves the Hands that Move the World": Antebellum Child-rearing. Images of Mother and Child in Nineteenth-century Periodicals for Mothers|
|Author||:||Sarah Frances Smith|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2006|