Table of contents for Southern women at the seven sister colleges : feminist values and social activism, 1875-1915 / Joan Marie Johnson.

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Introduction	1
Chapter One. "In the Wonderland of the Mind": The Benefits of a Liberal Arts 
Education	000
Chapter Two. "We Do Want More Southern Girls to Come": Entrance Requirements, 
Preparatory Departments and Schools, and Alumnae Networks	000
Chapter Three. From Homesick Southerners to Independent Yankees: The Campus 
Experience	000
Chapter Four. A Southerner in Yankeeland: Southern Clubs, Yankee Ways, and 
African American Classmates	000
Chapter Five. After College: The Marriage and Career Dilemma	000
Chapter Six. After College: The Activist	000
Notes	000
Bibliography	000
Index	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Women -- Southern States -- History.
Women social reformers -- Southern States -- History.
Sex role -- Southern States -- History.
Social problems -- Southern States -- History.
Southern States -- Social conditions -- 1865-1945.