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Being Good: Women's Moral Values in Early America

Being Good: Women's Moral Values in Early America most. until the force of political realities in Saxton, Martha enteenth, eighteenth, and early nineteenth the Revolutionary period forged the concept Being Good: Women’s centuries. ot “the American.” Moral Values in Early America New York: Hill and Wang Colonid America first describes the FREDERICK M. BEATTY 388 pp.. $30.00, ISBN 0-374-1 1011-5 colonies in the context of the British Empire, Troy State University, Montgomery Publication Date: January 2003 outlining the unique colonial regions, how they compared with society in Britain, and how Native Americans were viewed in British Martha Saxton holds a Ph.D. from Columbia Imperial policy. Next, Geiter and Speck Temperley, Howard University and is an assistant professor of his- describe in greater detail the development of tory and women’s and gender studies at Britain and America since Independence New York: Palgrave the tive colonial regions and their identities. Amherst College. Her publications include 249 pp., $69.95 cloth, $22.95 paper Finally, the book traces the evolution of the Louisa May Alcott: A Modern Bi0graph.y and ISBN 0-333-67235-6 cloth colonies and Imperial Britain from the Glori- Jayne Mansfield aad the Fifties. IBSN 0-333-67236-4 paper ous Revolution of 1688 to the colonies’ Dec- In Being Good: Women’s Moral Values in http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png History: Reviews of New Books Taylor & Francis

Being Good: Women's Moral Values in Early America

History: Reviews of New Books , Volume 31 (4): 1 – Jan 1, 2003

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Taylor & Francis
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1930-8280
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0361-2759
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10.1080/03612759.2003.10527486
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most. until the force of political realities in Saxton, Martha enteenth, eighteenth, and early nineteenth the Revolutionary period forged the concept Being Good: Women’s centuries. ot “the American.” Moral Values in Early America New York: Hill and Wang Colonid America first describes the FREDERICK M. BEATTY 388 pp.. $30.00, ISBN 0-374-1 1011-5 colonies in the context of the British Empire, Troy State University, Montgomery Publication Date: January 2003 outlining the unique colonial regions, how they compared with society in Britain, and how Native Americans were viewed in British Martha Saxton holds a Ph.D. from Columbia Imperial policy. Next, Geiter and Speck Temperley, Howard University and is an assistant professor of his- describe in greater detail the development of tory and women’s and gender studies at Britain and America since Independence New York: Palgrave the tive colonial regions and their identities. Amherst College. Her publications include 249 pp., $69.95 cloth, $22.95 paper Finally, the book traces the evolution of the Louisa May Alcott: A Modern Bi0graph.y and ISBN 0-333-67235-6 cloth colonies and Imperial Britain from the Glori- Jayne Mansfield aad the Fifties. IBSN 0-333-67236-4 paper ous Revolution of 1688 to the colonies’ Dec- In Being Good: Women’s Moral Values in

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