Table of contents for Slum travelers : ladies and London poverty 1860-1920 / edited and with introductions by Ellen Ross.

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Epigraph ..p. xx
Dedication ...p. xx
Acknowledgements... . p. xx
List of Figures ..p. xx
Bibliographical Abbreviations . . . .p. xx
Introduction: Adventures Among the Poor...p. xx
Notes to the Introduction. .. p. xx
Notes on the Author Biographies ... p. xx
1. "A Lady Resident," "Sketch of Life in Buildings," 1889 . . . .. . . .. . . . .. . p. xx
	
2. Annie Besant, "White Slavery in London, 1888".. . . . .. p. xx
3. Clementina Black and Adele Meyer, from Makers of Our Clothes, 1909. . . . p. xx.
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4. Helen Dendy (Bosanquet), "Marriage in East London," 1895, . . . . ... . . . p. xx
5. A. K. Foxwell, Chapter 4 from Munition Lasses, 1917 .... p. xx
6. Clara Grant, "A School Settlement," 1911.....p. xx
7. Margaret Harkness, "Barmaids," 1889, ,...p. xx
8. Mary Higgs; "In a London Tramp Ward," 1906. . . . ..p. xx
9. Edith Hogg, "The Fur-Pullers of South London," 1897 . . . p. xx
10. Amy Levy, five poems on London, 1889...p. xx
11. Margaret McMillan, "A Slum Mother," & "Guy and the Stars," 1919 . . . p. xx
12. Olive Christian Malvery, "Gilding the Gutter," 1905. . . . ..p. xx
13. Anna Martin, "The Irresponsibility of the Father," 1918. . . . .p. xx
14. Honnor Morten, "Eating the Apple," 1899.. . . . p. xx
15. Margaret Nevinson, "Evacuation of the Workhouse," 1915.. . . .. . . . .p.xx
16. E. Sylvia Pankhurst, articles from The Woman's Dreadnaught, 1916/17. . p. xx
17. Florence Petty, The Pudding Lady, 1910.. . . . .p. xx		
18. Ellen Ranyard, selections from The Missing Link Magazine, 1878 .. .p. xx
19. Maude Pember Reeves, selections from 'Round About a Pound a Week, 1913 . .. p. xx
20. Maude Stanley, "Drunkenness," from Work About the Five Dials, 1878 . . . . p. xx
21. Dorothy Tennant, (Lady Stanley), London Street Arabs, 1890 .p. xx
22. Mrs. Alec Tweedie, "Petticoat-Lane," from The Queen, 1895 . . . . .p. xx
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23. Kate Warburton, "An Epiphany Pilgrimage," 1906. . . . .p. xx
24. Beatrice (Potter) Webb, "Pages from a Work-Girl's Diary 1888 . . . . . . . ..p. xx
Glossary .. ...p. xx
Appendix: The Geography of London Wealth and Poverty . . . ..p. xx

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Women social reformers -- England -- London -- History.
Women social reformers -- England -- London -- Biography.
Women in charitable work -- England -- London -- History.
Poor -- Services for -- England -- London -- History.
Social problems -- England -- London -- History.
London (England) -- Social conditions -- 19th century.
London (England) -- Social conditions -- 20th century.