Then I started looking at where it was coming from. In August ofMartha describes several events that give an overview of the many medically related tasks she is called on to perform, including delivering babies, answering false alarms, preparing bodies for burial, making medical calls, dispensing pills, and harvesting and preparing healing herbs.
The activism of Mormon women emerged from religious passion, from a yearning for millennial justice, from the experience of being hounded and driven from place to place, and from the frustration of vainly petitioning judges, governors, and presidents for redress.
In addition, Blevins acknowledged that the evolution of the text from script to HTML to Python language might have created inconsistencies in the text. More by Laurel Thatcher Ulrich Close. In Januarythree or four thousand Latter-day Saint women gathered in the old tabernacle in Salt Lake City to protest federal anti-polygamy legislation pending in Congress.
Ulrich then describes traditional marriage practices in those days, including simple, work-intensive weddings and the fact that couples lived apart until they were able to set up a household. A House Full of Females explores the complex interplay between outside opposition to plural marriage and the gender politics of early Mormonism.
However, the computer analysis found a 4. She lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Digitized images of it reveal the exquisite detail and signatures on its blocks. Wrong Username or Password Don't have account? Andersen, The Boston Globe "This empathetic account of the women of early Mormonism focusses on the doctrine of polygamy, first articulated by Joseph Smith in Martha attends several deliveries early inbut the stress makes her ill, and her last entry describes the family and preacher gathering at her house on May 7.
Ulrich is a gifted historian whose works have forged new paths in women's studies. Impeccable scholarship and a fascinating topic. Ulrich even enables outsiders to understand how polygamy functioned and why Mormon women embraced and defended it against Victorian condemnation.
I got constant e-mails about it, and I thought it was humorous. While Blevins included a number of variations in his computer textual analysis, some births may have slipped through the computer record simply because of spelling variation.
I don't think the same, although this is not my favorite e-book Lynn Goodwin How do I read it????? Grandchildren are now old enough to help her with the housework, and the number of deliveries she attends has increased dramatically.
She remained on the faculty at UNH through The digitization of rare historical sources has led scholars often to see and encounter these diaries and letters as computerized texts, stripped of their original form.
Tough doesn't even begin to describe it--they drove wagons across the frozen Midwest, bore and buried children, spoke in tongues, farmed, and organized relief societies while the men traveled on missions.
By standing up as women, they defended their homes and their religious identity.
She dies a few weeks later. Once I turned up as a character in a novel—and a tennis star from India wore the T-shirt at Wimbledon. Nice book You must login to submit a comment. Esther Burton this was really the best e-book i've ever read!
Although he used MALLET for topic modeling, he does not reveal the tools that he used for word frequencies or other types of analysis. He teaches digital humanities and digital history, 19th century U.
Ulrich describes the daily lives of these women in attentive detail, their sorrows child-mortality levels were hightheir stubborn strength, and their willingness to defy social norms.
Despite their ragged appearance, the birth entries were carefully structured and remarkably consistent.
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