Mar 9, 12 •
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Developing Economies, Economic History, Gender Issues, Households, Labor, Regulation, Uncategorized •
Elaine Schwartz •
In colonial Massachusetts, the law required boys to attend school while girls were primarily educated at home. Because it was illegal for a married woman to own land, Abigail Adams had to use John’s name anytime she bought or sold land. And Abigail
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