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Published by Times and Mirror. in Bristol .
Written in English

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Throughout her study, Palmer questions why white middle-class women looked to new technology and domestic help to deal with cultural demands upon "the perfect housewife" rather than expecting their husbands to help. When the supply of servants declined during the s, middle-class housewives were left isolated with lots of by: Re-reading the book in , I am struck by Palmer’s modern analysis of how domestic work both reflected and created American ideas about race, class, and gender. Historians writing now on domestic work agree that the occupation highlights complex and often conflicting questions about domesticity, waged labor, familial privacy, labor politics. Domestic Servants: Selected full-text books and articles. Domesticity and Dirt: Housewives and Domestic Servants in the United States, By Phyllis Palmer Temple University Press, Read preview Overview. Women and the. Most female servants worked as lady's maids, chambermaids, and kitchen maids while the males usually worked as valets, footmen, butlers, and coachmen. However, in the course of the 18th century the number of make servants began to decline and by the midth century the majority of domestic servants were female.

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This new book will help anyone with their research into domestic servants. Domestic servants were by far the largest occupational group in the census and as a result, this book should appeal to family historians everywhere. This book and many other family history books are available in our online bookshop at The book is strongest in drawing out tensions and paradoxes in representations of the master/servant relationship, the dynamics that suffused 18th-century conduct literature with warnings about sloth, dirtiness and tale-bearing, and tied their authors into knots when considering whether servants’ duties of deference, humility and obedience.   Domestic servant definition: a household servant | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples. Inclusion of a provision in all rules of recruitment to the effect that the restrictions against bigamy will apply to female Government servants also [MHA OM No. 25/5/Ests., dated ] Form of declaration to be obtained from new entrants regarding their having one or more than one wife.