American Woman

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The first major event that happened which changed society for women was the Women’s Rights Convention held in Seneca Falls in 1848.

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Annotated BibliographyBliven, B. (1925). Flapper Jane. The New Republic.This is an interesting article. This is a recounting of what the average girl who lived herlife as a flapper. This describes her dress in a derogatory manner, her makeup with distain, andthere is an air of shock at her behavior. The outlandish idea that this type of women existed is theoverall feel to this article that was written in the 20s about the emerging woman into society whohad her own mind and dressed in the way she deemed appropriate, not society.Frederick, C. M. (1929). The Modern Woman. Becoming Modern:

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