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Title page of Volume 1 of Benjamin Martin's The Young Gentleman and Lady's Philosophy, published in 1781. Access full text: http://books.google.com/books?id=HXgKAAAAIAAJ&source=gbs_navlinks_s Accessed on Google Books on June 5, 2013.
Decade: 1780s
 
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Frontispiece from Volume 1 of Benjamin Martin's The Young Gentleman and Lady's Philosophy, published in 1781. Access full text: http://books.google.com/books?id=HXgKAAAAIAAJ&source=gbs_navlinks_s Accessed on Google Books on June 5, 2013.
Decade: 1780s
 
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A digital text: Benjamin Rush, Thoughts upon female education: accommodated to the present state of society, manners and government, in the United States of America: Addressed to the visitors of the Young Ladies' Academy in Philadelphia, 28 July, 1787, at the close of the quarterly examination.…
Decade: 1780s
 
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A digital text: Sarah Howard, Thoughts on female education: with advice to young ladies, London: Printed for J. Mathews; Whitewood, and Breadhower, Portsmouth; and Harding, at Gosport, 1783.
Decade: 1780s
 
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A digital text: John Cosens Ogden, The female guide: or, Thoughts on the education of that sex, Accommodated to the state of society, manners, and government, in the United States, Concord [N.H.]: Printed by George Hough, and sold at his office, wholesale and retail., 1793.
Decade: 1790s
 
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The frontispiece and title page from the 1825 edition of the Forget Me Not, an annual literary gift book.
Decade: 1820s
 
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Article "Proper Study for Ladies" as found on page 31 of popular ladies publication The Ladies' Garland, Volume 2, 1839.
Decade: 1830s
 
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Painted by Haydon, Engraved (mezzotint) by I.E. Coombs
Ackermann & Co.
1833
Decade: 1830s
 
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Title page of the 1842 issue of The Ladies' Garland, a popular ladies' literary magazine of the nineteenth century. Volume 6, Issue 1.
Decade: 1840s
 
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Painted by Gemalt von Löwenstein, Engraved by Joh. Serz
Printed by G. Serz in Nuremberg
1843
Van Pelt Collection, Bryn Mawr College Special Collections
Decade: 1840s