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400 Star-Spangled, Razzle-Dazzle Recipes for America's Best Loved Desserts Judith Fertig. Whoopie Pies lived for a short time in Vermont during the mid ' 70s , when whoopie pies were still popular in New England .

Author: Judith Fertig

Publisher: Harvard Common Press

ISBN: 1558321918

Category: Cooking

Page: 532

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This book is a treasure trove of goodies that sustain Americans across this great country, whether traditional sweets, back-of-the-box classics, or newly inspired creations.
2003-09-13 By Judith Fertig

African American female baseball players 12 Alabama College for Women (University of Montevallo) 26 alcoholism 106 All-American All-Stars 50 All-American Girls Professional Baseball League (AAGPBL): All-Star Team 86, 87; archives 4; ...

Author: Kat D. Williams

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN: 9780786472352

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 191

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The hit 1992 film A League of Their Own made the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League famous. But the players' stories remain largely untold. The 600 women who played for the AAGPBL through the 1940s and 1950s enjoyed a rare opportunity to lead independent lives as well-paid professional athletes. Their experiences in the league led many to education and careers they never imagined. As teachers, coaches and role models, they strove to broaden the horizons of girls and young women. Many continued to be involved in athletics, supporting the efforts leading to Title IX and the women's sports revolution. Today, they are dedicated to preserving the history of women in baseball and creating opportunities for girls to play.
2017-03-17 By Kat D. Williams

The American Left from the Wobblies to Today Robert C Cottrell John David Smith ... Century (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2014) trace the passing of one great American left and the attempts to birth another one.

Author: Robert C. Cottrell

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers

ISBN: 9781538112939

Category: History

Page: 263

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From women’s suffrage to Civil Rights for African Americans, to the environment, and the gay and lesbian liberation movement, the American Left has achieved notable successes in the 20th and 21st centuries. Sometimes celebrated and sometimes reviled, the Left has taken on many forms and reinvented itself many times over the past century. In All-American Rebels, historian Robert C. Cottrell traces the rise and fall, ebb and flow of left-wing American movements. Following an overview of early 20th century movements, Cottrell focuses on the 1960s to today, offering readers a concise introduction and helping them to understand the political and ideological roots of the Left today. Cottrell includes chapters on the most recent versions of the American left, discussing community organizing, gay liberation, the women’s movement, the Campaign for Economic Democracy, the nuclear freeze movement, opposition to U.S. intervention in Central America, the anti-WTO campaign, Code Pink, Occupy Wall Street, Black Lives Matter, Antifa, and more. The demand for and support of democracy and the quest for empowerment in various guises unifies these different lefts to one another and to the general unfolding of American history. Cottrell argues that democratic engagement has proven inconsistent and at times outright contradictory. The Left has been most successful when it fully embraces a democratic vision.
2020-08-08 By Robert C. Cottrell

THE QUAGMIRE BEGINS When Lyndon Johnson assumed the office of President of the United States following the assassination of John Kennedy in 1963 , American involvement in Southeast Asia was costing taxpayers a whopping $ 400 million ...

Author: Frank Kusch

Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

ISBN: 0275972682

Category: History

Page: 196

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Looks at the experiences of American draft dodgers in Canada during the Vietnam War, arguing that many of these young men were motivated not only by their opposition to the war but also by their sense of alienation from American society as a whole.
2001 By Frank Kusch

Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Anderson, Carlotta R., 1929– All-American anarchist: Joseph A. Labadie and the labor movement / Carlotta R. Anderson. p. cm.—(Great Lakes books) Includes bibliographical references and ...

Author: Carlotta R. Anderson

Publisher: Wayne State University Press

ISBN: 9780814343272

Category: Social Science

Page: 324

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All-American Anarchist chronicles the life and work of Joseph A. Labadie (1850-1933), Detroit's prominent labor organizer and one of early labor's most influential activists. A dynamic participant in the major social reform movements of the Gilded Age, Labadie was a central figure in the pervasive struggle for a new social order as the American Midwest underwent rapid industrialization at the end of the nineteenth century. This engaging biography follows Labadie's colorful career from a childhood among a Pottawatomie tribe in the Michigan woods through his local and national involvement in a maze of late nineteenth-century labor and reform activities, including participation in the Socialist Labor party, Knights of Labor, Greenback movement, trades councils, typographical union, eight-hour-day campaigns, and the rise of the American Federation of Labor. Although he received almost no formal education, Labadie was a critical thinker and writer, contributing a column titled "Cranky Notions" to Benjamin Tucker's Liberty, the most important journal of American anarchism. He interacted with such influential rebels and reformers as Eugene V. Debs, Emma Goldman, Henry George, Samuel Gompers, and Terence V. Powderly, and was also a poet of both protest and sentiment, composing more than five hundred poems between 1900 and 1920. Affectionately known as Detroit's "Gentle Anarchist," Labadie's flamboyant and amiable personality counteracted his caustic writings, making him one of the city's most popular figures throughout his long life despite his dissident ideals. His individualistic anarchist philosophy was also balanced by his conventional personal life - he was married to a devout Catholic and even worked for the city's water commission to make ends meet. In writing this biography of her grandfather, Carlotta R. Anderson consulted the renowned Labadie Collection at the University of Michigan, a unique collection of protest literature which extensively documents pivotal times in American labor history and radical history. She also had available a large collection of family scrapbooks, letters, photographs, and Labadie's personal account book. Including passages from Labadie's vast writings, poems, and letters, All-American Anarchist traces America's recurring anti-anarchist and anti-radical frenzy and repression, from the 1886 Haymarket bombing backlash to the Red Scares of the twentieth century.
2017-12-01 By Carlotta R. Anderson

The Ideal of Real Womanhood in Mid-Nineteenth-Century America Frances B. Cogan. exercises to be approached is even more so. He states, to avoid misunderstanding, "I will rest upon the general statement, that all persons of both sexes, ...

Author: Frances B. Cogan

Publisher: University of Georgia Press

ISBN: 9780820337944

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 314

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Our image of nineteenth-century American women is generally divided into two broad classifications: victims and revolutionaries. This divide has served the purposes of modern feminists well, allowing them to claim feminism as the only viable role model for women of the nineteenth century. In All-American Girl, however, Frances B. Cogan identifies amid these extremes a third ideal of femininity: the “Real Woman.” Cogan's Real Woman exists in advice books and manuals, as well as in magazine short stories whose characters did not dedicate their lives to passivity or demand the vote. Appearing in the popular reading of middle-class America from 1842 to 1880, these women embodied qualities that neither the “True Women”—conventional ladies of leisure—nor the early feminists fully advocated, such as intelligence, physical fitness, self sufficiency, economic self-reliance, judicious marriage, and a balance between self and family. Cogan's All-American Girl reveals a system of feminine values that demanded women be neither idle nor militant.
2010-08-01 By Frances B. Cogan

A Whole New Ball Game: The Story of the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League. New York: Henry Holt, ¡993. Madden, W.C. The Women of the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League. Je›erson, N.C.: McFarland, ¡997.

Author: Merrie A. Fidler

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN: 9780786460892

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 401

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This in-depth treatment of the organization and operation of the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League draws on primary documents from league owner Arthur Meyerhoff and others for a unique perspective inside the AAGPBL. The study begins with a brief history of women's softball, an important precursor to, and talent pool for, women's professional baseball. Next the book investigates league administration and organization as well as publicity and promotion. Later chapters cover team administrative structures, managers, chaperones, player backgrounds, and league policies. Finally, discussion focuses on the activities of the AAGPBL Players' Association from 1980 onward. Informed by many years of research and insights from former players, this exhaustive history contains 149 photographs.
2010-10-14 By Merrie A. Fidler

Her poems and book reviewshave appeared inpublications including The American Poetry Review, Belles Lettres, The Boston Globe, The Boston Review, ... Library of Congress CataloginginPublication Data Becker, Robin Allamerican girl/ Robin.

Author: Robin Becker

Publisher: University of Pittsburgh Press

ISBN: 9780822979333

Category: Poetry

Page: 80

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Winner of the 1996 Lambda Book Award for Lesbian Poetry. “With poignancy, honesty, and grace, Becker contends with the messy implications of her lesbian sexuality, Jewish identity, and sister's suicide. . . . Becker is acutely aware of, and devastated by, her many losses, but emerges defiant and admirably without regret or shame.” —Boston Review
1996-02-08 By Robin Becker

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Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Commerce. Aviation Subcommittee


ISBN: MINN:31951D021590449

Category: Airlines

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ISBN: UCR:31210018929602

Category: Imperial County (Calif.)

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