what type of jobs were women in each group likely to hold

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WHAT TYPE OF JOBS WERE WOMEN IN
EACH GROUP LIKELY TO HOLD
 LOWER CLASS
 AGRICULTURAL
 DOMESTIC
 MANUFACTURING
 MIDDLE AND UPPER CLASS
 WHITE COLLAR JOBS
WHAT TYPE OF JOBS WERE WOMEN IN
EACH GROUP LIKELY TO HOLD
 AFRICAN AMERICANS
 AGRICULTURAL
 DOMESTIC
 Immigrants
 AGRICULTURAL
 DOMESTIC
 PIECE WORK
 TAKING IN BOARDERS
 MANUFACTURING
HOW DID EDUCTAIONAL
OPPURTUNTIES FOR MIDDLE & UPPER
CLASS WOMEN CHANGE?
 NEW WOMEN’S COLLEGES WERE ESTABLISHED
HOW DID THESE NEW OPPURTUNTIES
AFFECT LIVES OF MIDDLE AND UPPER
CLASS WOMEN?
• MARRIAGE WAS NO LONGER A WOMAN’S ONLY
ALTERNATIVE;
• OFFERED OPPURTUNTIES TO PURSUE A
PROFESSION;
• OFFERED OPPURTUNITIES TO DEVOTE
ONESELF TO VOLUNTEER WORK AND REFORM
MOVEMENTS
WHAT THREE STRATEGIES WERE
ADOPTED BY THE SUFFRAGIST WO
WIN THE VOTE
 A: TRIED TO CONVINCE STATE LEGISLATION TO
GRANT WOMEN THE RIGHT TO VOTE
 B: PURSUED COURT CASES TO TEST THE
FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT
 C: CAMPAIGNED FOR A NATIONAL
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO GRANT
WOMEN THE VOTE
WHAT RESULTS DID EACH
STRATEGY PRODUCE?
 A: WYOMING, UTAH, COLORADO, AND IDAHO
GRANTED WOMEN THE VOTE; EFFORTS IN
OTHER STATES FAILED
 B: THE SUPREME COURT RULED THAT WOMEN
WERE CITIZENS, BUT THAT CITIZENSHIP DID
NOT AUTOMATICALLY CONFER THE RIGHT TO
VOTE
 C: IT WAS ALWAYS VOTED DOWN

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