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Table of Contents
I.Introduction

II. Work in the Home: The Adirondack Farm
      Agriculture
      Butter and Egg Money
      Child Rearing
      Keeping House
      Textiles

III. Work Outside the Home
      Lumber Camp Cook
      Schoolteacher
      Factory Worker
      Business Woman
      Domestics

IV.Conclusion and Postscript
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The text of Women's Work in the Adirondacks: 1850 - 1920 is based on that of an exhibit, " Never Done: Women's Work in the Adirondacks, 1850 -1920," researched and developed by Adirondack Museum Curator Hallie E. Bond.

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