Raising the family consisted of cooking, cleaning, and doing whatever was necessary to ensure that the kids and their husband was taken care of.
Tea made from false hellebore root was used by both women and men to prevent children in the Paiute, Washo, and Shoshone tribes.
Since my husband went to the Misson Hall, he ain't like a husband at all - he is more like a friend! Most employers simply fired the injured worker.
A tight fitting necklace called a choker was made popular by Queen Alexandra of England, who wore one to disguise a scar on her neck.
It amazes me how much time and effort were put forth for women to have a voice in society and how times are different nowadays.
Jewish immigrant women commonly wore substantial shawls, but lighter, more delicate shawls were also common in Whitechapel.
During the 19th century, women were expected to dress and behave according to certain social standards.
A law which increased the amount of silver the government bought.