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The student understands the origin of the Progressives and the coalitions they formed to deal with issues at the local and state levels


The Yellow Wall Paper
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Charlotte Perkins Gilman was a well-educated American woman who became depressed after her marriage in 1884. Diagnosed with neurasthenia and prescribed the "rest-cure,"she later wrote about her experience in The Yellow Wall Paper, published in 1899.

Twenty Years at Hull House
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Jane Addams, a leading social worker during the Progressive Era, founded the Hull House settlement for immigrants in Chicago in 1889. She wrote about her experiences there in Twenty Years at Hull House, published in 1910.

Marriage Rates of Alumnae
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This table shows the marriage rates of women who graduated from a variety of American colleges during the period of 1820–1930.

Evolution and Religion
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Reverend Henry Ward Beecher, one of the most famous Congregational preachers of his day, involved himself in controversy when he accepted Charles Darwin's theories of evolution.

The Warfare of Science with Theology
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Andrew D. White was an American educator who wrote about the controversial reactions to Charles Darwin's On the Origin of Species in his book, A History of the Warfare of Science with Theology in Christendom, published in 1896.

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