Were Women in the Oneida Community Liberated
or Oppressed by Bible Communism, 1848-1880?

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Abstract

Introduction

              

Document 1: "The Battle Axe Letter" and Letter from J.H. Noyes to Miss H.A. Holton, 23 January 1839

Document 2: First Annual Report, Oneida Community Association, 1849

Document 3: Slavery and Marriage, 1850

Document 4: Male Continence, 1866

Document 5: "Community Gossip," 29 January 1866

Document 6: Letter from Tirzah Miller to George Noyes Miller, 26 February 1869

Document 7: "Stirpiculture," 20 September 1869

Document 8: Free Love and Its Votaries, 1870

Document 9: Journal of Tirzah Miller, September 1867 - July 1877

Document 10: "Stirpiculture," 21 March 1870

Document 11: "A Mother's Confession," 28 March 1870

Document 12: "Mothers' Assistants," 4 April 1870

Document 13: "The Perplexed Housekeeper," 4 July 1870

Document 14: Letter from Tirzah Miller to John H. Noyes, 11 October 1872

Document 15: Criticism of Tirzah Miller, ca. early 1870s

Document 16: "Criticism Criticised," 22 December 1873

Dcoument 17: "The Prima Donna Fever," 31 August 1874

Document 18: "Free Love," 1875

Document 19: Letter from Ann Hobart to Tirzah Miller, 28 February 1875

Document 20: "Another Criticism," 1 March 1875

Document 21: Letter from Harriet Worden to John H. Noyes, 26 January 1876

Document 22: "Woman's Subjection" -- An Editorial, 2 March 1876

Document 23: Letter from Tirzah Miller to John H. Noyes, 4 April 1878

Document 24: "The Comstock Laws," 4 April 1878

Document 25: "Malthus's Law of Population," 23 May 1878

Document 26: A.B. Griffin, "Women's Rights and Men's Wrongs," 5 December 1878

Document 27: The Strike of a Sex, 1891

Document 28: Letter from Theodore Noyes to Anita Newcombe McGee, 13 September 1891

Document 29: Jessie Catherine Kinsley, Excerpt from A Lasting Spring, 1914

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