By Sheila Hardy
A nostalgic, humorous examine what it used to be relatively prefer to be a Nineteen Fifties housewife in the course of the tales of these who were
Being a housewife within the Nineteen Fifties was once relatively a unique adventure from this day. After the independence of the wartime years, ladies now needed to depart their jobs after they married and aid their husband by way of making a spotless domestic, scrumptious food, and an inviting bed room. From creative cleansing advice and ration-book recipes to domestic decor notion, the homemaking tools of the Fifties which are accrued right here supply an enjoyable and poignant perception into the lives of Fifties ladies. This ebook additionally deals heartwarming own anecdotes from girls who launched into married existence in this attention-grabbing postwar interval, supplying a visit down reminiscence lane for any spouse or baby of the Nineteen Fifties.
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Chances were that Sam’s sisters and female cousins singled him out for resentment because they would have considered his behavior a threat to their families. In addition, Sam’s conduct served as an agonizing reminder of one of the abolitionists’ most lurid critiques of slavery, that the slave system permitted white men to sexually exploit black women. 39 38. Genovese, Roll, Jordan, Roll, pp. 421 (Haller Nutt quoted on) and 415; Bureau of the Census, Population Schedules of the Seventh Census of the United States, 1850, Microfi lm Reel #242, Louisiana [Slave Schedules] “Bienville—Concordia,” p.
In the mixed company of whites, he could neither flaunt his illicit affair with a slave woman nor boast about having a slave mistress. 36 Even if Sam indiscreetly admitted among other men to having a slave concubine, then the relationship had to be in the context of “wenching,” or having casual, not serious, sexual intercourse as a purely private affair licensed by slaveholder promiscuity. Corollaries to these social mores were: the offspring of any union between a white man and an enslaved woman would never inherit a higher status than the mother; the chastity of white women must be reverentially upheld; and the adulterer or fornicator must not commit other immoral acts suggesting his entire behavior was recklessly depraved.
Request of Dred Dawson as legal guardian of the children of Emily Galloway, Book “I,” [July Term, 1860], pp. R. D. Prendergast adm’r,” Book “W,” [May 22, 1882], pp. 376–77, PM, CCO, Robertson County, Texas. No Place for a White Man to Live 23 Robertson, Limestone, and Young Counties have been equivalent to $925,000 at the turn of the twenty-fi rst century. 29 The litigation over land titles in the southern half of the Robertson County bottomlands cannot be understood without reference to three grants issued by the Republic of Mexico before Texas became an independent republic.