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    juxtaposition of Women s Roles within American Society during Reconstruction Date s January 1 1883 to December 31 1884 Location 300 college st greenville Tag s Female Student Greenville Gender Progressive Era Greenville Female College Student The Catalogue of the Greenville Female College of 1883 1884 shows both the exceptional opportunities as well as the limitations of its students in their education and career The courses taught at the college

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    Gender Progressive Era Scrapbook Greenville Female College Greenville Student A scrapbook from Zillie Workman Culbertson of 1908 showed the changing role of the students at the Greenville Female College between 1904 until 1908 In her scrapbook Culbertson collected articles on the commencement ceremonies of each year photographs of her places of interest and newspaper articles Her collection of photographs of Places of Interest were not limited to places on campus Winsome Womanhood Christianity as a Progressive Influence on Women s Identity and Values During the Early 20th Century Date s 1890 to 1910 Location ROCK ISLAND Illinois Tag s Augustana College Social Morality women s rights Women s History Roles of Women Progressive Era Religion Christianity Women O Lord and Master of us all Whate er our name or sign We own Thy sway we hear Thy call We test our lives by Thine Winsome Womanhood a book written by Margaret Sangster provided young women of the early 20th century with a connection to God as well as a purpose identity within the Christian faith It was Sangster s belief that all women regardless of age could benefit from the Conversing for Peace and Progress Date s 1915 to 1920 Location Rock Island Illinois Tag s Progressive Era Women s History peace movement cccw women s peace party As the world turned in the midst of war a variety of competing ideals for social reform began to dawn within the United States as what would later collectively be referred to as the Progressive Era The year 1915 1916 fell within the beginning part of this era sharing the mark with the twentieth year of the Augustana College and Theological Seminary Endowment Fund Society s organization Reform of Asylum Conditions in Progressive Maryland Date s August 1908 to 1908 Location Baltimore

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    including North Main Street and the Furman male college Culbertson s photos and collection of activities suggest an increase in the female students independence and mobility through the city compared to the lives of a Greenville Female College student from the 1890s At the same time although their mobility increased it was nonetheless limited to Greenville and its surroundings as few southerners in this era yet owned automobiles Furthermore although Greenville Female College s new president was less strict on rules of interactions between young gentlemen and young ladies a catalogue from 1907 still emphasized how important boarding was as students would be free from exposure in bad weather from tempting diversions of society and from the entertaining of company Nevertheless Culbertson s diploma in Senior Pedagogy and her recommendation letters showed that she had not only been able to graduate the College but was also able to find a good job in teaching after university This is reflected in the school s curriculum as The L I degree offered a permanent South Carolina teaching certificate upon completion and was state initiated due to the increasing need for teachers Culbertson s experience corresponded with the changing role of women in

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    1904 to February 8 1904 Location Baltimore City Maryland Tag s rebuilding MD Baltimore fire 1904 MD On February 7 1904 people watched as Baltimore city was engulfed in flames In the aftermath of the massive urban fire city residents and officials made important changes Standards in fire fighting equipment were created Emergency plans and procedures were established The city modernized buildings making them more fire resistant During the fire companies assembled from various towns and A Protest Against the Burning and Lynching of Negros by Booker T Washington Date s February 29 1904 Location Jefferson Alabama Tag s Booker T Washington Lynching Booker T Washington was an African American educator and political activist Although born a slave in 1856 he and his family were later emancipated but still lived in poverty Determined to get an education Washington started work at the age of nine to put himself through school After his extensive education Washington would later be chosen to be the first head of what is now Tuskegee The Significance of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Headquarters Date s March 1904 to March 1906 Location Baltimore City Maryland Tag s Progressivism Modern Baltimore fire 1904 MD Baltimore and Ohio RR The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad system is an important staple in American History specifically for Baltimore City itself The company started laying tracks throughout the city of Baltimore in the 1830s and the city became a major hub in transportation of people and goods Both the city and the Railroad Company encountered a challenge in 1904 when the Great Baltimore Fire destroyed the majority Changes to School Regulations in North Carolina Date s September 8 1904 Location Robeson North Carolina Tag s Education Legislation Education Law Public Schools Education In September of 1904 The Robesonian published a list of

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    and the Increased Visibility of American Women in the Early 1900s Date s January 1 1904 to December 31 1908 Location Tag s Mobility Gender Progressive Era Scrapbook Greenville Female College Greenville Student A scrapbook from Zillie Workman Culbertson of 1908 showed the changing role of the students at the Greenville Female College between 1904 until 1908 In her scrapbook Culbertson collected articles on the commencement ceremonies of each year

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    and the Increased Visibility of American Women in the Early 1900s Date s January 1 1904 to December 31 1908 Location 300 college st greenville Tag s Mobility Gender Progressive Era Scrapbook Greenville Female College Greenville Student A scrapbook from Zillie Workman Culbertson of 1908 showed the changing role of the students at the Greenville Female College between 1904 until 1908 In her scrapbook Culbertson collected articles on the commencement

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    Mess Three The newspaper was filled with anecdotes and stories one of which was titled War News in which a student described the boys capture of someone s chickens Particularly interesting was a letter from one of the Greenville Female College students which glorified the gentlemen of the Hall and in turn gave them information on their female counterparts and invited them for upcoming events such as musicals and concerts Church and the Greenville Female College were mentioned as the primary meeting places between men and women in a Baptist environment which strongly regulated these interactions The newspaper described how the environment of the mess hall shaped the college experience of its residents As Furman struggled in establishing itself as a university it had trouble in accommodating residences for its students As a result some wooden houses known as messes were erected at inconspicuous points on the campus They were crude unattractive and not very comfortable but most students preferred them to private homes Furthermore in 1898 Furman University had still banned fraternities and sororities and thus the messes served as a replacement with new residents being chosen by the earlier residents and a loose sense of organization and structure bounding the residents together As exemplified by the stories within the newspaper students found a sense of comradery within these wooden houses and by living together cared for each other The Messes became the models for the later student dorms and they were built on walking distances from the lecture halls Students living in the mess halls were generally from a poorer background as in general all who can do so are encouraged to secure board in private families where proper domestic influences exist In that sense campus life became segregated with the poorer students needing to live together because

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    Government War On May 17 1898 Teddy s Terrors were preparing for battle On that day the Chicago Daily Tribune ran an article detailing the preparations of Colonel Theodore Roosevelt s First Volunteer Regiment of Cavalry formerly known as Teddy s Terrors which would move out to Cuba later that week There had been a delay in the organization of a third squadron as two hundred Indian Territory Spanish American War Date s April 5 1898 Location Washington City District of Columbia Tag s War On April 25 1898 the United States officially entered into War with Spain In the early months of 1898 tensions in Cuba involving Cuban revolutionaries and the Spanish government began to escalate Following the explosion of the USS Maine which the Spanish claimed was merely an accident US President William McKinley was hesitant to begin war and waited on the Naval Court s reports Questions Brother s Murder Date s January 3 1896 to July 2 1897 Location WYTHE Virginia Tag s African Americans Health Death Government Law Race Relations It was Christmas Eve in 1896 Two African American brothers James Grubb and Bud Grubb were making preparations for the holidays in Wytheville Virginia The two brothers had been heavily drinking while they were in town Bud was described as being full up when they eventually returned home Upon their arrival to their home Bud began physically abusing his sister at which point James tried to intervene Racial Intolerance in the Military Date s June 10 1898 Location Alexandria City Virginia Tag s African Americans Race Relations War Many in the South could still taste the bitterness of defeat from the Civil War The structure of society was changing around them and many had trouble with the rising stature of blacks in society even when

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