Table of contents for American women and flight since 1940 / Deborah G. Douglas, with the assistance of Amy E. Foster, Alan D. Meyer, and Lucy B. Young.


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Contents
Acknowledgments 
Introduction
PART I:  Can Women Fly?  American Women in Aviation during World War II
1. Students and Teachers, Clubs and Colleges: Women in Civilian Aviation Organizations 
2. Coffee, Grease, Blueprints, and Rivets: Women at Work in the Aviation Industry 
3. Daughters of Minerva: Military Women in Aviation 
4. Nieces of Uncle Sam: The Women's Airforce Service Pilots
PART II:  Should Women Fly?  American Women in Aviation during the Second Half of the Twentieth Century
5. Demobilization and the Postwar Transition, 1945-1949 
6.  "The Feminine Mystique" and Aviation, the 1950s
7.  The Impact of the Women's Rights Movement, the 1960s
8.  Women with the "Right Stuff," the 1970s
9. Captains of Industry, Airlines, and the Military, 1980-1992
10.  New World Order?, 1992-2000 
Appendix  --  American Women in Flight Statistics
	Table 1		Women Pilots, 1940-1945, 1960-2000
	Table 2		Women Military Pilots, 1985-2000
	Table 3		Women Airline Pilots and Navigators, 1983-2000
	Table 4		Women Air Traffic Controllers, 1983-2000
	Table 5		Women Aviation Industry Workers During World War II
	Table 6		Women Aircraft Industry Workers, 1947-1961
	Table 7		Women Aerospace Industry Workers, 1959-2000
	Table 8		Women Aerospace Engineers, 1983-2000
Glossary of Abbreviations
Notes
Bibliography
Index
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Women air pilots United States Biography, Air pilots United States Biography