By Holly Karapetkova
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Although most women remained at home in mid-19th century America, there were greater social freedoms and economic opportunities opening for women in the growing number of cities. A number of educational reformers claimed that women were entitled to a full education in more than just the domestic arts. Employment opportunities for northern women also increased as a result of the outbreak of the Civil War, as many men enlisted or were conscripted (drafted) into the military. Some women eagerly sought employment, while others were forced to work due to poverty or the loss of their husbands in the war.
With the advent of the woodstove and different types of lighting, the kitchen had gradually become a separate space, the domain of women, where men rarely tread. By the 1870s housewives worked on cast-iron stoves heated with either wood or coal. Unlike the open fireplace hearths of their grandmothers, where temperature could be controlled by distance from the fire, the “modern” cook had little ability to regulate the heat on a cast-iron stove, judging the temperature by approximate distance from the side-mounted firebox.
Went with Mrs. Rhett to hear Dr. Palmer. I did not know before how utterly hopeless was our situation. This man is so eloquent, it was hard to listen and not give way. Despair was his word, and martyrdom. He offered us nothing more in this world than the martyr’s crown. He is not for slavery, he says; he is for freedom, and the freedom to govern our own country as we see fit. He is against foreign interference in our state matters. That is what Mr. Palmer went to war for, it appears. Every days shows that slavery is doomed the world over; for that he thanked God.
Cheerleading by Holly Karapetkova