By Susan A Miller
Surprisingly, the "girl problem"?a situation because of the transition from a sheltered, family-centered Victorian formative years to trendy early life the place self-discipline and a powerful democratic spirit have been required of trustworthy citizens?was additionally solved when it comes to often masculine, adventurous, outside actions, as practiced via the lady Scouts, the Camp fireplace women, and plenty of different comparable organizations.
Susan A. Miller explores those women' companies that sprung up within the first half the 20th century from a socio-historical point of view, exhibiting how the notions of uniform identification, civic responsibility, "primitive domesticity," and health formed the formation of the fashionable girl.
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