Women in Agriculture, Part I: Women on the Land

North America

674. NAL Call No.: 81 M58
1973 activities of WSAM [Women for the Survival of Agriculture, Michigan].
Steffens, S. Annu Rep Secr State Hortic Soc Mich. p.159-161 (1974)

675. NAL Call No.: HD9688.U62C66 1976
1976 Conference on Women in Rural Electrification papers.
Conference on Women in Rural Electrification (1976: Washington, D. C.) 1v. (various pagings) (NRECA Management Services, Washington, D.C., 1976)
"Conference on Women in Rural Electrification presented by NRECA Management Services, Mayflower Hotel, Washington, D.C., June 2, 1976."

676. NAL Call No.: HD9688.U62C66 1978
1978 Conference on Women in Rural Electrification papers.
Conference on Women in Rural Electrification (1978: Washington, D. C.) 1v. (various pagings) (NRECA Management Services, Washington, D.C., 1978)
"Conference on Women in Rural Electrification presented by NRECA Management Services, Capital Hilton, Washington, D.C., June 12- 15, 1978."

677. NAL Call No.: HD9688.U62C66 1982
1982 Conference on Women in Rural Electrification papers.
Conference on Women in Rural Electrification (1982: Denver, CO) 1v. (various pagings) (NRECA Management Services, Washington, D.C., 1982)
"Conference on Women in Rural Electrification presented by NRECA Management Services, Plaza Cosmopolitan Hotel, Denver, Colorado, June 28-30, 1982."

678. NAL Call No.: HD9688.U62C66 1983
1983 Conference on Women in Rural Electrification papers.
Conference on Women in Rural Electrification (1983: Nashville, TN) 1v. (various pagings) (NRECA Management Services, Washington, D.C., 1983)
"Conference on Women in Rural Electrification presented by NRECA Management Services, Hyatt Regency, Nashville, Tennessee, May 11-13, 1983."

679. NAL Call No.: HD9688.U62C66 1984
1984 Conference on Women in Rural Electrification papers.
Conference on Women in Rural Electrification (1984: San Antonio, TX) 1v. (various pagings) (NRECA Management Services, Washington, D.C., 1984)
"Conference on Women in Rural Electrification presented by NRECA Management Services, Hilton Palacio del Rio, San Antonio, Texas, June 24-27, 1984."

680. NAL Call No.: TX1.H63
Accessibility and ownership of financial accounts by married U.S. farm women.

Scholl, K. K. Home Econ Res J. v.14(2): p.208-217 (1985)
Includes references.

681. NAL Call No.: 81 N484
Activities in marketing by women for the survival of agriculture.

Proc Annu Meet N Y State Hortic Soc.
(121): p.166-169 (1976)

682. NAL Call No.: HD6095.N9 1976
Adolescent roles: rural-urban differentials.

Roy, P. The Employed mother in America/by F. Ivan Nye, Lois Wladis Hoffman; with contributions by Jean Adamson (Greenwood Press). p.165-181 (1963)
MAPP Childbearing families and families with young children.

683. NAL Call No.: 81 M58
Adventures of WSAM [Women for the Survival of Agriculture].

Steffens, S. Annu Rep Secr State Hortic Soc Mich. (104th): p.95-98 (1975)

684. NAL Call No.: 281.28 R88
Agrarian or non-agrarian identities of farm spouses.

Moore, K. M. Rural Sociol. v.54(1): p.74-82 (1989 Spring)
Includes references.

685. NAL Call No.: HQ1438.N2F56 1992
Agrarian women: wives and mothers in rural Nebraska, 1880-1940.

Fink, D. xxiii, 242p. (University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill, NC, 1992)
Includes bibliographical references (p. 211-232) and index.

686. NAL Call No.: SF221.D335
An agri-woman's view of the politics of agriculture: national and international perspectives Agribusiness, women, USA.

Ringsdorf, R. In Dairy Sci Handbook (Westview Press). (15): p.55-60 (1983)

687. NAL Call No.: 281.28 R88
Agricultural restructuring and the spatial dynamics of U.S. women's employment in the 1970s.

Padavic, I. Rural Sociol. v.58(2): p.210-232 (1993 Summer)
Includes references.

688. NAL Call No.: 30.98 Ag8
Agricultural workers in World War II: The reserve army of children, Black Americans, and Jamaicans.

Tucker, B. M. Agric Hist. v. 68(1): p.54-73 (1994 Winter)
Includes references.

689. NAL Call No.: 6 T311
Agriculture no longer a "man's world" [Education, women].

Deterling, D. Prog Farmer Birmingham. v.91(5): p.20-21, 51 (1976 May)

690. NAL Call No.: S1.A375
Agrologists must change farmers' views on women.

Switzer, C. M. Agrologist. v.5(4): p.7 (1976 Autumn)

691. NAL Call No.: SF85.A1R32
Ainsworthite forsakes lab white for denim blue [Irene Graves, women in range management, biographies, Nebraska].

Crosby, B. Rangelands. v.6(1): p.27-29; ill. (1984 Feb.)

692. NAL Call No.: TX1.H63
Alienation in rural women: a longitudinal cross-lagged analysis of its association with community and family involvement, socioeconomic status, and education.

Poresky, R. H.; Atilano, R. B. Home Econ Res J. v.11(2): p.183-188 (1982)
Includes references.

693. NAL Call No.: HQ1420.J6
American farm women: findings from a national survey.

Jones, C.; Rosenfeld, R. A.; Olson, L. ill.; 402p. (National Opinion Research Center, Chicago,
Report is based on a survey conducted under cooperative agreement 58-319T-9-0376 between National Opinion Research Center and the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture.

694. NAL Call No.: SB450.9.J68
American women and their gardens: a study in health, happiness, and power, 1600-1900.

Schwartz, J. J Home Consum Hortic. v.1(2/3): p.9-31 (1994)
Paper presented at the "Symposium on People-Plant Relationships: Setting Research Priorities," April 24-26, 1992, East Rutherford, New Jersey.

695. NAL Call No.: MLCM 83/131
An analysis of an evaluation of the International Farm Youth Exchange, 1952: made through the use of "before" and "after" tests given the young men and women.

Sabrosky, L. K. 35p. (Federal Extension Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture; National 4-H Club Foundation, Washington, D.C.?, 1954)

696. NAL Call No.: HC107.A127S54
Appalachian project: rural women and the economics of hunger: a summary report. Looking at hunger through the window of Appalachia.

Silva, S.; In Our Own Way. 1v. (unpaged) (In Our Own Way, Washington, D.C., 1986)
Cover title: Looking at hunger through the window of Appalachia.

697. NAL Call No.: HD2346.U5R8
Apple Kay's creates genuine country crafts.

Rural Enterp.
v.1(2): p.7-9; ill. (1987 Winter)

698. NAL Call No.: HC10.R43
Are all women service volunteers super-exploited? The case of rural emergency medical service volunteers.

Thompson, A. M. I. Rev Radic Polit Econ. v.26(3): p.11-19 (1994 Sept.)
Paper presented at the ASSA Meeting, January 3-5, 1994, Boston, Massachusetts.

699. NAL Call No.: 100 W752 no.266
Aspirations, work roles, and decision-making patterns of farm husbands and wives in Wisconsin.

Wilkening, E. A. ill.; 24p. (University of Wisconsin, Agricultural Experiment Station, Madison, Wis., 1966)
Includes bibliographical references.

700. NAL Call No.: 281.28 R88
Assessing the influence of farm women's self-identity on task allocation and decision making.

Bokemeier, J.; Garkovich, L. Rural Sociol. v.52(1): p.13-36 (1987 Spring)
Includes references.

701. NAL Call No.: S544.3.O3K59
Attitudes of young men and women toward the older rural youth program in Columbiana County, Ohio.

Kneisel, W. G. vii, 112 leaves. (Cornell University, New York, 1952)
Thesis (M.S.)--Cornell University, 1952;
Bibliography: leaves 110-112; Extension Repository Collection.

702. NAL Call No.: F656.C67 1990
Bachelor Bess: the homesteading letters of Elizabeth Corey, 1909-1919. 1st ed.

Corey, E.; Gerber, P. L. lxxvi, 462p. (University of Iowa Press, Iowa City, 1990)
Includes bibliographical references (p. 397-449) and index.

703. NAL Call No.: F781.B37M3
The Bassett women.

McClure, G. xvi, 229p. (Swallow Press/Ohio University Press, Athens, Ohio, 1985)
Bibliography: p. 228-229.

704. NAL Call No.: HD8039.S452U683 1989
Behind the glitter: the impact of tourism on rural women in the Southeast.

Smith, M.; Southeast Women's Employment Coalition. v, 77, 12p. (Southeast Women's Employment Coalition, Lexington, Ky., 1989)
"August 1989."

705. NAL Call No.: RC963.A1A7
Birthweight of infants born to Hispanic women employed in agriculture.

Fenster, L.; Coye, M. J. Arch Environ Health. v.45(1): p.46-52 (1990 Jan.-1990 Feb.)
Includes references.

706. NAL Call No.: 30.98 AG8
Black women in American agriculture.

Brown, M. M. Agric Hist. v.50(1): p.202-212. Ref. (1976 Jan.)

707. NAL Call No.: HD4904.25.F35
Black women, work, and the family under slavery.

Jones, J. Families and work . p.84-110 (1987)
Includes references.

708. NAL Call No.: HV1.H8
Blending work and family life on the farm.
McGonigal, J.; Bruce, R. Hum Ecol Forum. v.16(4): p.23-26; ill. (1987 Fall)
Includes references.

709. NAL Call No.: HQ1438.N57O88
Bonds of community: the lives of farm women in nineteenth-century New York.

Osterud, N. G. ix, 303p. (Cornell University Press, Ithaca, NY, 1991)
Includes bibliographical references (p. 289-295) and index.

710. NAL Call No.: AGE aHD1401.A2U52
Breaking tradition: new profile of the unemployed.

Nilsen, S. Farmline (US Dep Agric Econ Res Serv.) v.4(8): p.12-13 (1983 Nov.)

711. NAL Call No.: HT401.R94
Bringing the feminists in: on the mutual interests of feminists and Rural Sociology.

Scott, J. K.; Lipner, M. E. Rural Sociol. v.10(1): p.12-16 (1990 Winter)
"Panel response to "The Status of Academic Women" by R. Campbell, p. 10-11.

712. NAL Call No.: HN49.C6J6
Bringing women into community studies: a rural Midwestern case study.

Stoneall, L. J Community Dev Soc. v.14(1): p.17-29 (1983)
Includes references.

713. NAL Call No.: F392.J48H37 1988
Brush country woman. 1st ed.

Holland, A. M. xix, 216p. (Texas A&M University Press, College Station, 1988)
Bibliography: p. 215-216.

714. NAL Call No.: E99.H6W337 1987
Buffalo Bird Woman's garden: agriculture of the Hidatsa Indians.

Waheenee; Wilson, G. L. xxiii, 129p. (Minnesota Historical Society Press, St. Paul, MN, 1987)
Reprint. Originally published: Agriculture of the Hidatsa Indians. Minneapolis, 1917.

715. NAL Call No.: 81 C1293
The California school of gardening for women: a history.

Smith, L. M. Calif Hort Soc J. v.31(4): p.132-134 (1970)

716. NAL Call No.: 275.8 AG8
Career education for farm wives. [Equipment, maintenance].

Kihns, G. L. Agric Educ. v.46(4): p.81 (1973)

717. NAL Call No.: SB371.N3
A case for the professional farm wife.

McPherson, G. Proc Annu Conv Natl Peach Council. (35): p.82-83 (1976)

718. NAL Call No.: 100 V59 no.355
Cash contribution to the family income made by Vermont farm homemakers.

Johnson, L. H. L. H.; Muse, M. 42p. (Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station, Burlington, VT, 1933)
Bibliography: p. 42.

719. NAL Call No.: HT401.R94
The challenge of research on farm women.

Elbert, S. Rural Sociol. v.1(6): p.387-390 (1981 Nov.)
Includes references.

720. NAL Call No.: HN90.C65
Change and persistence in poverty rates.

Bloomquist, L. E. Community economic vitality: major trends and selected issues/by Gene F. Summers with the collaboration of F. Horton et al. (North Central Regional Center for Rural Development). p.61-68 (1988)
Includes references.

721. NAL Call No.: 100 G29SO
Changes in labor force characteristics of women in low-income rural areas of the South.

Terry, G. B.; Charlton, J. L.; Mississippi Agricultural Experiment Station. South Coop Ser. p.185, 51 (1974 June)

722. NAL Call No.: 280.29 AM3A
Changing attitudes toward women Cooperatives, agriculture, USA.

Benson, N. K. Am Coop. p.161-164; ill. (1982)

723. NAL Call No.: 281.29 SO12
Changing economic roles of women in two rural Mexican communities

Young, K. Sociol Ruralis. v.18(2/3): p.197-216 (1978)

724. NAL Call No.: HQ536.F369
The changing roles and status of rural women. Family role and attitudes, economy.

Bescher Donnelly, L.; Smith, L. W. Fam Rural Soc. p.167-185 (1981)
Includes 4 p. ref.

725. NAL Call No.: 281.28 R88
The changing structure of female agricultural land ownership, 1946 and 1978.

Geisler, C. C.; Waters, W. F.; Eadie, K. L. Rural Sociol. v.50(1): p.74-87 (1985 Spring)
Includes 35 references.

726. NAL Call No.: 100 C12CAG
Characteristics of women in farming.

Thompson, O. E.; Gwynn, D.; Sharp, C. Calif Agric Calif Agric Exp Stn. v.41(1/2): p.16-17 (1987 Jan.-1987 Feb.)

727. NAL Call No.: F636.W66
The checkered years: a bonanza farm diary, 1884-88.

Woodward, M. D.; Cowdrey, M. B. xxxvii, 265p. (Minnesota Historical Society Press, St. Paul, MN, 1989)
Reprint. Originally published: Caldwell, Idaho: Caxton Printers, 1937.

728. NAL Call No.: HQ1.J86
Church activism among farm couples: measuring the impact of the conjugal unit.

Wilson, J.; Simpson, I. H.; Jackson, D. K. J Marriage Fam. v.49(4): p.875-882 (1987 Nov.)
Includes references.

729. NAL Call No.: 100 Ok4 1 no.169
Church activities of farm women and their families: from the viewpoint of the part the farm women play in establishing the economic status of their families by their standards of management as found in five selected localities in Oklahoma.

Fernandes, G. 14p. (Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical College, Agricultural Experiment Station, Stillwater, Okla., 1927)
Cover title.

730. NAL Call No.: F391.G68 1991
Claiming their land: women homesteaders in Texas. 1st ed.

Gould, F. C.; Pando, P. N. 99p. (Texas Western Press, El Paso, Tex., 1991)
Includes bibliographical references (p. 50-52).

731. NAL Call No.: aTX326.A1U5
Classification of women as farmers: economic implications.

Scholl, K. K. Fam Econ Rev (US Dep Agric Agric Res Serv.) (4): p.8-17 (1983)
Includes 9 references.

732. NAL Call No.: HT401.A36
A commentary on research on American farmwomen.

Ross, P. J. Agric Hum Val. v.2(1): p.19-30 (1985)
Literature review.

733. NAL Call No.: HT401.S68
Community attachment: a research note examining the effects of gender.

Fowler, S. S. South Rural Sociol J South Rural Sociol Assoc South Assoc Agric Sci. (8): p.59-70 (1991)
Includes references.

734. NAL Call No.: 500 K41
Commuting patterns among female workers in nonmetropolitan manufacturing.

Cromley, R. G.; Webster, R. H. Trans Ky Acad Sci. v.48(1/2): p.5-10; ill. (1987 Mar.)
Includes references.

735. NAL Call No.: 275.29 K4152
The consequences of family labor statuses for farm production.

Coughenour, C. M.; Swanson, L. RS Univ Ky Agric Exp Stn. (71) 36p. (1982 Aug.)
Includes references.

736. NAL Call No.: AGV 912449AGC
Constance Hamilton Co-op: housing by women for women.

Goliger, G. Habitat. v.26(1): p.22-26; ill. (1983)

737. NAL Call No.: HT401.R47
Consumption patterns, hardship, and stress among farm households.

Lobao, L. M.; Meyer, K. Res Rural Sociol Dev. (5): p.191-209 (1991)
In the series analytic: Household strategies/edited by D.C. Clay and H.K. Schwarzweller.

738. NAL Call No.: 100 N27 4 no.258
The contribution of Nebraska farm women to farm income through poultry and dairy products.

Clark, M. R. 32p. (University of Nebraska, College of Agriculture, Experiment Station, Lincoln, NE, 1931)
"Department of Home Economics"--Cover.

739. NAL Call No.: aHN90.C6R78
Contributions of high-tech manufacturing to rural economies.

Smith, S. M.; Barkley, D. L. Rural Dev Perspect R D P. v.5(3): p.6-11 (1989 June)
Includes references.

740. NAL Call No.: S521.5.W6F3
Country woman.

Farm Wife, Inc.
(1987)
Title from cover.

741. NAL Call No.: S521.5.V8K9
A country woman's scrapbook.

Kyle, L. V. ill.(some col.); viii, 112p. (JCP Corp. of Virginia, Virginia Beach, Va.,
Essays orginally appeared in the Virginian-pilot, 1952-1958.

742. NAL Call No.: S501.2.T5
Country women: a handbook for the new farmer.

Thomas, S.; Tetrault, J. xvi, 381p. (Anchor Press, Garden City, N.Y., 1976)
Includes bibliographical references.

743. NAL Call No.: 275.29 IL62C no.253
The County Home Bureau in Illinois: what it is and the first steps in its organization.
Bane, J. L. 8p. (University of Illinois Agricultural Experiment Station, Urbana, Ill., 1922)
Cover title.

744. NAL Call No.: TX24.A8F73
Credit for women.

Russell, L. R. FSHEC (Cooperative Extension Service, Unviersity of Arkansas). (84) 4p. (1993 July)
In subseries: Speaking of Credit Series.

745. NAL Call No.: GB578.15.C3
A Cree nurse in a cradle of Methodism: Little Mary and the Egerton R. Young family at Norway House and Berens River.

Brown, J. S. H. Can Plains Proc. (18): p.18-40; ill. (1987)
Paper presented at a conference on "First days, fighting days: women in Manitoba history," January 24-25, 1985, University of Manitoba, Winnepeg, Manitoba.

746. NAL Call No.: 30.98 AG8
Crossing ethnic barriers in the southwest: women's agricultural extension education, 1914-1940.

Jensen, J. M. Agric Hist. v.60(2): p.169-181 (1986 Spring)
Includes references.

747. NAL Call No.: HT401.S72
Current research at USDA/ERS on rural labor, labor markets, and industrialization.

Falk, W. W. SRDC Ser South Rural Dev Cent. (54): p.15-17 (1983 Apr.)
Paper presented at a conference on "Public Use Sample and Rural Labor Markets," April 1-2, 1982, Washington, D.C.

748. NAL Call No.: HD6053.W66 1978
The data on women workers, past, present, and future.

Blau, F. D. Women working: theories and facts in perspective. p.29-62 (1978)
Includes 77 references.

749. NAL Call No.: 1.90 C2OU8
Decade for women and development: implications for U.S. women.

Bloch, J. C.; Agricultural Outlook Conference, W. D. C. Natl Agric Outlook Conf, Dec 10, 1976. p.324-329 (1976)

750. NAL Call No.: HT401.S68
The decline of black farmers and strategies for survival.

Zabawa, R.; Siaway, A.; Baharanyi, N. South Rural Sociol J South Rural Sociol Assoc South Assoc Agric Sci. (7): p.106-121 (1990)
Includes references.

751. NAL Call No.: 30.98 AG8
The depiction of women's field work in rural fiction.

Labrie, J. M. Agric Hist. v.67(2): p.119-133 (1993 Spring)
Special issue of the Fourth National Conference on American Rural and Farm Women in Historical Perspective, June 1992, University of California, Davis.

752. NAL Call No.: 281.28 R88
Determinants of poverty among rural and urban women who live alone.

Slesinger, D. P.; Cautley, E. Rural Sociol. v.53(3): p.307-320 (1988 Fall)
Includes references.

753. NAL Call No.: HN59.R87
Discarding the distaff: new roles for rural women.

Flora, C. B.; Johnson, S. In Rural U.S.A. Persistence and Change. (T. R. Ford, ed.). p.168-181, 240 (1978)

754. NAL Call No.: 1.90 C2OU8
Displaced homemakers: critical needs and trends (a summary report with special emphasis on the rural displaced homemaker) Development of community services, USA.

Marano, C. E. Proc Agric Outlook Conf Wash D C. p.561-570 (1979)

755. NAL Call No.: AGE aHT392.A53
Distribution of employment growth in 10 Georgia counties: a case study.

Schaub, J. D.; Oliveira, V. J. Rural Dev Res Rep US Dep Agric Econ Res Serv. (53) 38p. (1985 Nov.)
Includes 39 references.

756. NAL Call No.: AGE aHT392.A53
Distribution of employment growth in nine Kentucky counties: a case study.

Daberkow, S. G.; Larson, D. K.; Coltrane, R.; Carlin, T. A. Rural Dev Res Rep (US Dep Agric Econ Res Serv.) (41) 41p. (1984 Aug.)
Includes statistical data.

757. NAL Call No.: 281.28 R88
Drudges, helpers and team players: oral historical accounts of farm work in Appalachian Kentucky.

Scott, S. L. Rural Sociol. v.61(2): p.209-226 (1996 Summer)
Includes references.

758. NAL Call No.: HA631.5.N48
Dual-earner couples in South Dakota.

Gandhi, S. Newsl Dep Rural Sociol Agric Exp Stn S D State Univ. v.2(3): p.4 (1987)
Includes statistical data.

759. NAL Call No.: 100 IL64
Early background and later life style: women with farm, rural, and urban backgrounds are compared.

Hafstrom, J. L.; Dunsing, M. M.; Gustafson, A. W.; Illinois Agricultural Experiment Station. Ill Res. v.16(4): p.18-19 (1974 Fall)

760. NAL Call No.: 100 L935
An economic analysis of the impact associated with the employment of farm women in the farm labor force.

Broussard, K. A.; Heagler, A. M. DAE Res Rep Dep Agric Econ Agribusiness (La State Univ La Agric Exp Sta.) (650) 63p. (1986 Apr.)
Includes statistical data.

761. NAL Call No.: 281.28 R88
Economic conditions, spouse support, and psychological distress of rural husbands and wives.

Lorenz, F. O.; Conger, R. D.; Montague, R. B.; Wickrama, K. A. S. Rural Sociol. v.58(2): p.247-268 (1993 Summer)
Includes references.

762. NAL Call No.: HT401.R47
Economy and household: The gender-based division of labor on Quebec farms.

Shaver, F. M.; Reimer, B. Res Rural Sociol Dev. (5): p.131-147 (1991)
In the series analytic: Household strategies/edited by D.C. Clay and H.K. Schwarzweller.

763. NAL Call No.: 30.98 AG8
Education and change in the lives of Iowa farm women, 1900-1940.

Schwieder, D. Agric Hist. v.60(2): p.200-215 (1986 Spring)
Includes references.

764. NAL Call No.: HT401.S72
Education and rural economic development.

White, G. SRDC Ser South Rural Dev Cent. (81): p.97-100 (1986 Apr.)
Paper presented at Conference on "Emerging issues in the rural economy of the South" January 13-14, 1986, Birmingham, Alabama.

765. NAL Call No.: 100 Ok4 1 no.182
Educational factors influencing the activities of farm home-makers.

Fernandes, G. 14p. (Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical College, Agricultural Experiment Station, Stillwater, Okla., 1928)
Cover title.

766. NAL Call No.: 100 I09 no.392
Educational needs of less privileged homemakers in a rural county in Iowa.

Lyle, M. S. 55p.; forms (Dept. of Home Economics Education, Agricultural Experiment Station, Iowa State College, Ames, Iowa, 1952)
Includes bibliographical references.

767. NAL Call No.: LC1757.N3
Educational needs of rural women and girls: report of the National Advisory Council on Women's Educational Programs.

Clarenbach, K. F.; National Advisory Council on Women's Educational Programs. 71p. (The Council, Washington, 1977)
Bibliography: p. 47-57.

768. NAL Call No.: 100 Io9 no.470
Educational needs of three socio-economic groups of rural homemakers in Iowa.

Lyle, M. S. Research Bulletin (Agricultural and Home Economics Experiment Station, Iowa State University of Science and Technology (470): p. 543-568. (1959)
Bibliography: p. 568.

769. NAL Call No.: HC107.K4M36
The effect of certain deprivation factors upon the dire needs perception of homemakers of low-income families.

Mann, O. H. 136p., 2 leaves; ill. 1965)
Thesis (M.S.)--University of Kentucky, 1965.
Bibliography: leaves 132-136; Extension Repository Collection.

770. NAL Call No.: HT401.S72
Effect of southern values and attitudes on the role of women in the economy of the South.

Smith, B. SRDC Ser South Rural Dev Cent. (81): p.113-116 (1986 Apr.)
Paper presented at Conference on "Emerging issues in the rural economy of the South" January 13-14, 1986, Birmingham, Alabama.

771. NAL Call No.: 281.28 R88
The effects of metropolitan residence on the off-farm earnings of farm families in the United States.

LeClere, F. B. Rural Sociol. v.56(3): p.366-390 (1991 Fall)
Includes references.

772. NAL Call No.: HD6095.N9 1976
Effects on rural children.

Nolan, F. L. The Employed mother in America/by F. Ivan Nye, Lois Wladis Hoffman (Greenwood Press). p.122-124 (1976)
MAPP Childbearing families and families with young children.

773. NAL Call No.: 281.9 P942
Egg money: farm women, market agriculture and extension agents in rural Tennessee, 1890-1929.

Keith, J. Proc Annu Prof Agric Work Conf. (47th): p.91-96 (1989)
In the series analytic: Outreach to the Rural Disadvantaged: issues and strategies for the 21st century/edited by N. Baharanyi, R. Zabawa, W. Hill. Meeting held December 3-5, 1989, Tuskegee, Alabama.

774. NAL Call No.: S417.D7A3 1994
Eggs in the coffee, sheep in the corn: my 17 years as a farm wife.

Douglas, M. M. xi, 247p. (Minnesota Historical Society Press, St. Paul, MN, 1994)

775. NAL Call No.: TX1.H63
Employment decisions of farm couples: full-time or part-time farming.

Wozniak, P. J.; Scholl, K. K. Home Econ Res J. v.17(1): p.20-35 (1988 Sept.)
Includes references.

776. NAL Call No.: 281.28 R88
The employment of rural farm wives.

Sweet, J. A. Rural Sociol. v.37(4): p.553-577 (1972)

777. NAL Call No.: 500 F66
Employment of women in Florida's ornamental horticulture industry.

Smith, S.; Swisher, M. E. Fla Sci. v.55(2): p.65-74 (1992 Spring)
Includes references.

778. NAL Call No.: 100 AR42F
Employment of women in low-income rural areas.

Charlton, J. L.; Terry, G. B. Ark Farm Res. v.20(1): p.11 (1971 Jan.-1971 Feb.)

779. NAL Call No.: HQ1420.E5
Employment programs for rural women.

United States. Women's Bureau. v, 39p. (The Bureau, Washington, D.C., 1985)

780. NAL Call No.: HT401.S72
Entrepreneurship an economic opportunity for women.

Haney, W. G. SRDC Ser South Rural Dev Cent. (97): p.120-129 (1987 Feb.)
Paper presented at the "National Rural Entrepreneurship Symposium," February 10-12, 1987, Knoxville, Tennessee.

781. NAL Call No.: HT401.S72
Entrepreneurship as a strategy for dealing with farm stress.

Downen, M. L.; Bernier, R. E.; Wolf, R. L. SRDC Ser South Rural Dev Cent. (97): p.73-76 (1987 Feb.)
Paper presented at the "National Rural Entrepreneurship Symposium," February 10-12, 1987, Knoxville, Tennessee.

782. NAL Call No.: SF191.D3
Estate planning for husband and wife Taxation, law, farm.

Butler, A. B. Dairy Herd Manage. v.19(1): p.2,4,6; ill (1982 Jan.)

783. NAL Call No.: HN79.A14R87
Exporting value-added products is business venture and learning experience for two Missouri women.

Rural Dev News.
v.15(3): p.16 (1991 July)

784. NAL Call No.: 100 OH3S 2 no.890
Extension contact of Ohio farm housewives.

Rogers, E. M.; Havens, A. E. 18p. (Ohio Agricultural Experiment Station, Wooster, Ohio, 1961)
Cover title.

785. NAL Call No.: HV85.H85
The extent of off-farm employment and its impact on farm women.

Danes, S. M.; Keskinen, S. M. Hum Serv Rural Environ. v.14(1): p.10-14 (1990 Summer)
Includes references.

786. NAL Call No.: HV85 H85
Facilitating participation of rural women in distance education throughuse of gender-friendly interactive technologies.

Morris, L. C. Human Serv Rural Environ. v.19(4): p.23-27 (1996 Spring)
In the special issue: Uses of information technologies in rural communities; Paper presented at the twentieth annual meeting of the National Institute of Social Work and Human Services in Rural American; Includes references.

787. NAL Call No.: HQ1420.J6
Facing the bureaucracy: farm women and the U.S. Department of Agriculture Programs, policies.

Jones, C. American farm women: findings from a national survey/Calvin Jones and Rachel A. Rosenfeld; with assistance from Lorayn Olson. (National Opinion Research Center.) p.80-213, R1-R3 (1981)
3 p. ref.

788. NAL Call No.: S564.B37
Factors associated with attitudes and practices concerning use of farm homemakers' labor.
Barkley, W. L. iii, 141p. 1958)
Thesis (M.S.)--Iowa State College, 1958.
Bibliography: leaves 102-105; Extension Repository Collection.

789. NAL Call No.: HN79.A13R87
Factors associated with women's attitudes toward farming.

Garkovich, L. E.; Bokemeier, J. L. The Rural South in crisis: challenges for the future. p.120-140 (1988)
Includes references.

790. NAL Call No.: S544.3.T2I24
Factors contributing to the success of young farmer and homemaker programs in Tennessee.

Ibrahim, I. B. H. map, xii, 104p. 1981)
Thesis (M.S.)--University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 1981. Bibliography: leaves 90-92; Extension Repository Collection.

791. NAL Call No.: HT401.R94
Factors guiding research on farm women.

Murray, M. E. Rural Sociol. v.1(6): p.391-393 (1981 Nov.)
Includes references.

792. NAL Call No.: HT401.R94
Factors influencing the status of academic women in rural sociology.

Garkovich, L. Rural Sociol. v.10(1): p.3-11 (1990 Winter)
"Panel response to "The Status of Academic Women" by R. Campbell, p. 10-11.

793. NAL Call No.: 100 Io9 no.509
Factors related to employment of wives in a rural Iowa county.

Burchinal, L. G. 656-668p. (Agricultural and Home Economics Experiment Station, Iowa State University of Science and Technology, Ames, Iowa, 1962)

794. NAL Call No.: HT401.R94
The family and the farm system: some thoughts on collaborative research.

Axinn, N. W. Rural Sociol. v.4(4): p.278-282 (1984 July)
Includes references.

795. NAL Call No.: 100 Io9 no.528
Family decision-making and role patterns among Iowa farm and nonfarm families.

Burchinal, L. G.; Bauder, W. W. Research Bulletin (Agricultural and Home Economics Experiment Station, Iowa State University of Science and Technology). (528): p.160-171 (1964)
Includes bibliographical references.

796. NAL Call No.: 275.29 F22
Family realities in the 21st century: policy options and directions.

Meszaros, P. S. Increasing Understanding Public Probl Policies. p.41-49 (1989)
Paper presented at the 39th National Public Policy Education Conference, September 18-21, 1989, New Orleans, Louisiana.

797. NAL Call No.: F213.C34 1991
A family venture: men and women on the southern frontier.

Cashin, J. E. viii, 198 p. (Oxford University Press, New York, 1991)
Includes bibliographical references (p. 144-194) and index.

798. NAL Call No.: 275.29 M76C
The farm and ranch wife's economic contribution to the agricultural business Montana.

Goetting, M. A.; Fogle, V. F.; Howland, S. S. Bull Coop Ext Serv Mont State Univ. (1275) 15p. (1982 Aug.)
Includes references.

799. NAL Call No.: T14.5.T4417
Farm family and the role of women.

Haney, W. G. Technology and social change in rural areas: a festschrift for Eugene A. Wilkening . p.179-193 (1983)
Includes references.

800. NAL Call No.: 1 AG84M
Farm family members: contributions, assets and liabilities Particularly farm women.

Scholl, K. K. Misc Publ US Dep Agric. (1422): p.227-237 (1982 July)
31 ref.

801. NAL Call No.: 30.98 AG8
Farm females, fitness, and the ideology of physical health in Antebellum New England.

Borish, L. J. Agric Hist. v.64(3): p.17-30 (1990)
Literature review.

802. NAL Call No.: 100 W75R
Farm husbands and wives in Wisconsin. Work roles, decision-making and satisfactions, 1962 and 1979.

Wilkening, E. A. Res Rep Wis Univ Coll Agric Life Sci Res Div. (R3147) 16p.; ill (1981 Nov.)

803. NAL Call No.: 100 W27E no.490
Farm marriage preferences of college women.

Cushing, H. M. 27p. (State College of Washington, Agricultural Experiment Station, Pullman, Wash., 1947)
Cover title.

804. NAL Call No.: 6 F2212
Farm or career? You can have both.

Foote, B. Farm J. p.40-41; ill. (1988 Sept.)

805. NAL Call No.: HT401.R94
Farm size and the role of farm women.

Sharp, C.; Gwynn, D.; Thompson, O. E. Rural Sociol. v.6(4): p.259-264 (1986 July)
Includes references.

806. NAL Call No.: F499.B4G43 1990
Farm wife: a self-portrait, 1886-1896. 1st ed.

Gebby, M. D.; McCormick, V. E. ix, 243p. (Iowa State University Press, Ames, IA, 1990)
Includes bibliographical references (p. 211-233) and index.

807. NAL Call No.: S521.5.W6F3
Farm wife news

Milwaukee, Wis.
(1971-)
Continued by Farm Woman News, 1985-

808. NAL Call No.: aTX326.A1U5
Farm wife's external employment, family economic productivity and family functioning.

Fam Econ Rev (US Dep Agric Agric Res Serv.
) v.3(2): p.23 (1990 May)
Includes references.

809. NAL Call No.: TX1.H63
Farm wives' business and household decision involvement in times of economic stress.

Danes, S. M.; Rettig, K. D. Home Econ Res J. v.21(3): p.307-333 (1993 Mar.)
Includes references.

810. NAL Call No.: 281.28 R88
Farm wives' labor force participation and earnings.

Godwin, D. D.; Marlowe, J. Rural Sociol. v.55(1): p.25-43 (1990 Spring)
Includes references.

811. NAL Call No.: TX1.H63
Farm wives' perferences, time allocation, and off-farm employment status.

Godwin, D. D. Home Econ Res J. v.17(1): p.110-124 (1988 Sept.)
Includes references.

812. NAL Call No.: S541.5.W6F3
Farm woman.
(Farm Wife News, Inc., Greendale, WI, 1985-)
Periodical; Title from cover.

813. NAL Call No.: S521.5.W6F3
Farm woman news.

(Farm Woman News, 1985-)
Periodical; Title from cover; Previous title: Farm wife news.

814. NAL Call No.: 166.2 N47
Farm Woman's Cooperative thrives amid urban growth.

Farmer Coop US Dep Agric Econ Stat Coop Serv.
v.47(2): p.13-14 (1980 May)

815. NAL Call No.: 1 Ag84D no.148
The farm woman's problems.

Ward, F. E. 24p. (U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Washington, D.C. 1920)
"Contribution from the States Relations Service."

816. NAL Call No.: HD6100.S27S28
Farm women.

Saskatchewan. Women's Division. 31p. (Women's Division, Saskatchewan Dept. of Labour, Regina, Sask., 1979)
Cover title.

817. NAL Call No.: TX1.H63
Farm women and work.

Sander, W. Home Econ Res J. v.15(1): p.14-20 (1986 Sept.)
Includes references.

818. NAL Call No.: aHN90.C6R78
Farm women blend farm and off-farm work.

Perry, J. E.; Ahearn, M. C. Rural Dev Perspect. v.9(3): p.24-31 (1994 June)
Includes references.

819. NAL Call No.: HT401.R94
Farm women: challenge to scholarship.

Hill, F. Rural Sociol. v.1(6): p.370-382 (1981 Nov.)
Includes references.

820. NAL Call No.: 917031AGE
Farm women: contribution to farm and family.

Salant, P. Agric Econ Res Rep Miss Agric For Exp Sta. (140) 36p. (1983 Mar.)
Includes 12 references.

821. NAL Call No.: 100 M69Mr no.140
Farm women: contribution to farm and family.

Salant, P.; United States. Department of Agriculture. Economic Research Service. Economic Development Division. 36 leaves. (Economic Development Division, Economic Research Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Mississippi State, Miss., 1983)
Spiral spine.

822. NAL Call No.: 7 R31
Farm women. Economic status.

Williamson, L. Can Agric. v.26(3): p.21-22 (1981)

823. NAL Call No.: 275.29 N48E no.754
Farm women look at the Farm Bureau: pilot study, Chemung County, New York, 1946.

DeLany, D. 19p. (New York State College of Home Economics at Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y. 1948)

824. NAL Call No.: MdU LD3231.M70d Phillips, A.R.
Farm women of Stokes County, North Carolina and the production of flue-cured tobacco, 1925 to 1955: continuity and change.

Phillips, A. R.; University of Maryland at College Park. Dept. of American Studies. xiii, 367 leaves. (College Park, MD, 1990)
Thesis research directed by Dept. of American Studies.

825. NAL Call No.: HQ1438.A17F34
Farm women on the prairie frontier: a sourcebook for Canada and the United States.

Fairbanks, C.; Sundberg, S. B. xiii, 237p.; ill. (Scarecrow Press, Metuchen, N.J. 1983)
Includes index.

826. NAL Call No.: HQ1420.J6
Farm women's involvement in farm, home, and community work: a descriptive analysis.

Rosenfeld, R. A. American farm women: findings from a national survey/Calvin Jones and Rachel A. Rosenfeld; with assistance from Lorayn Olson (National Opinion Research Center.) p.14-64 (1981)
10 ref.

827. NAL Call No.: aTX326.A1U5
Farm women's triad of roles.

Scholl, K. K. Fam Econ Rev (US Dep Agric Agric Res Serv.) (1): p.10-15 (1983 Feb.)
Includes references.

828. NAL Call No.: 1 EX892EX
Farm women sharpen market skills Grain marketing, Ohio.

Frisbee, H. Ext Rev US Dep Agric Sci Educ Adm. v.51(3): p.17-18 (1980 Summer)

829. NAL Call No.: 44.8 H65
Farm women want to know [Dairy farm management].

Olson, C. C. Hoards Dairyman. v.122(4 i.e. 5): p.287 (1977 Mar.)

830. NAL Call No.: HD6073.A292U57
Farm women: work, farm, and family in the United States.

Rosenfeld, R. A. xiii, 354p. (University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill, N.C.
Includes index.

831. NAL Call No.: TX144.F37 1976
The Farmer's wife: or, The complete country housewife.

ill; 125p. (Longship Press, Nantucket, Mass., 1976)
Cover title: The complete country housewife. "An unabridged republication of the original edition printed for A. hogg, London, ca.1780 ... with a new introduction by the publisher." Includes index.

832. NAL Call No.: HD8039.F32U55
Farming in open country, Iowa: Women and the changing farm economy.

Fink, D. Farm work and fieldwork: American agriculture in anthropological perspective . p.121-144 (1987)
Includes references.

833. NAL Call No.: 100 Io9 no.P82
Farming today for young men and women.

Howell, H. B.; Heady, E. O.; Bodensteiner, L. J. Bulletin (Iowa Agricultural Experiment Station) (P82): p. 706-731 (1946)
Cover title.

834. NAL Call No.: aHD256.K85
Farmland ownership and renting in the United States, 1987.

Kula, O.; Rogers, D. M.; United States. Dept. of Agriculture. Economic Research Service. Resources and Technology Division. iv, 12p. (U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Economic Research Service, Resources and Technology Division, Washington, DC, 1991)
Cover title.

835. NAL Call No.: aHT392.A55
Farmwomen's contributions to agriculture and the rural economy.

Whitener, L.; Sachs, C.; Ross, P. J.; Kalbacher, J. Z.; Salant, P. Rural Dev Perspect US Dep Agric Econ Res Serv. v.1(2): p.20-26 (1985 Feb.)

836. NAL Call No.: HD6073.F32U69 1994
Farmworker women speak out: priorities and policy recommendations to improve the lives of farmworker families.
Wilk, V. A.; Mettger, Z. 24p. (Farmworker Justice Fund, Washington, D.C., 1994)
Includes bibliographical references.

837. NAL Call No.: 99.76 P112LA
Federation of women in timber. Growing across west, creating interest in east.

Favor, D. Loggers Handb Pac Logging Congr. (41): p.58-59 (1981)

838. NAL Call No.: aTX326.A1U5
Female farm landlords, 1979.

Scholl, K. K. Fam Econ Rev (US Dep Agric Agric Res Serv.) (3): p.8-11 (1985)
Includes 8 references.

839. NAL Call No.: aHD1401.A2U52
Female farmers gain more than a foothold.

Martinez, D. Farmline (US Dep Agric Econ Res Serv.) v.6(5): p.17 (1985 May)

840. NAL Call No.: 281.28 R88
Fertility patterns of Hispanic migrant farm women: testing the effect of assimilation.

Slesinger, D. P.; Okada, Y. Rural Sociol. v.49(3): p.430-440 (1984 Fall)
Includes 22 references.

841. NAL Call No.: GB578.15.C3 no.18
First days, fighting days: women in Manitoba history.

Kinnear, M.; University of Regina. Canadian Plains Research Center. xv, 177p. (Canadian Plains Research Center, University of Regina, Regina, Canada, 1987)
Based on papers presented at a conference held at University of Manitoba, 24-25 January, 1985.

842. NAL Call No.: HT401.A36
The first farmers in the Ohio country.

Hurt, R. D. Agric Hum Val. Gainesville, Fla. v.2(3): p.5-13 (1985 Summer)
Includes references.

843. NAL Call No.: 284.8 C863
First women's credit union: High River FWUA local provided the spark. [History of the foundation of the credit union of the Farmer Women's Union of Alberta].

Turner, A. Credit Union Way Mag Credit Union Cent Sask Alberta Manit. v.32(17): p.14-15 (1982 Sept.)

844. NAL Call No.: FU HD6073.F32.U6 1981
Florida farm wives: they help the family farm survie.

Downie, M.; Gladwin, C. H. iv, 102p. (Food and Resources Economics Dept., Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, 1981)
"October, 1981."

845. NAL Call No.: 100 So8 1 no.300
Food consumption and use of time for food work among farm families in the South Carolina Piedmont.

Moser, A. M. 80p. (South Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station, Clemson College, S.C. 1935)
Bibliography: p. 78-80.

846. NAL Call No.: 1 EX892EX
Forty percent of the American workforce [Rural sociology, women].

Farley, J.; U.S. Extension Service. Ext Serv Rev (US Fed Ext Serv.) v.46(6): p.20-21 (1975 Nov.)

847. NAL Call No.: SF85.A1R32
From a housewife to range manager [Women in agriculture, Nebraska].

Frazier, B. Rangelands. v.6(1): p.5-6; ill. (1984 Feb.)

848. NAL Call No.: 30.98 AG8
Gender and the transition to capitalism in rural America.

Osterud, N. G. Agric Hist. v.67(2): p.14-29 (1993 Spring)
Special issue of the Fourth National Conference on American Rural and Farm Women in Historical Perspective, June 1992, University of California, Davis.

849. NAL Call No.: HC10.S63
Gender, culture, and the sea: contemporary theoretical approaches.

Davis, D. L.; Nadel Klein, J. Soc Nat Resour. v.5(2): p.135-147 (1992 Apr.-1992 June)
In the special issue: Social dimensions of fisheries/edited by C.K. Harris and C.K. Vanderpool.

850. NAL Call No.: HV85.H85
Gender expectations of rural youth and current economic demands facing families.

Van Hook, M. P. Human Serv Rural Environ. v.16(4): p.17-21 (1993 Spring)
Includes references.

851. NAL Call No.: 281.28 R88
Gender inequality in nonmetropolitan and metropolitan areas.

Cotter, D. A.; DeFiore, J.; Hermsen, J. M.; Kowalewski, B. M.; Vanneman, R. Rural Sociol. v.61(2): p.272-288 (1996 Summer)
Includes references.

852. NAL Call No.: 30.98 AG8
Gender, justice, and a Wisconsin lynching, 1889-1890.

Pederson, J. M. Agric Hist. v.67(2): p.65-82 (1993 Spring)
Special issue of the Fourth National Conference on American Rural and Farm Women in Historical Perspective, June 1992, University of California, Davis.

853. NAL Call No.: 281.28 R88
Gender, region of socialization, and ownership of protective firearms.

Young, R. L. Rural Sociol. v.51(2): p.169-182 (1986 Summer)
Includes 29 references.

854. NAL Call No.: HQ1240.S28 1996
Gendered fields: rural women, agriculture, and environment.

Sachs, C. E. xiv, 205p. (Westview Press, Boulder, Colo. 1996)
Includes bibliographical references (p. 181-194) and index.

855. NAL Call No.: HT390.G74
Geographical and gender differences in labor force participation: Is there an Appalachian effect.

Isserman, A. M.; Rephann, T. J. Growth Change (College of Business and Economics, University of Kentucky). v.24(4): p.539-578 (1993 Fall)
Includes references.

856. NAL Call No.: HC107.A13A6
Georgia woman builds furniture business from the bottom up.

Crosman, A. Appalachia. v.22(3): p.28-31 (1989 Summer)

857. NAL Call No.: HD2336.U5G74 1994
Getting by: women homeworkers and rural economic development.

Gringeri, C. E. viii, 200p. (University Press of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, 1994)
Includes bibliographical references (p. 187-193) and index.

858. NAL Call No.: 30.98 Ag8
Getting his [or her] livelyhood: free workers in slave Anglo-America, 1675-1810.

Daniels, C. Agric Hist. v. 71(2): p.125-161 (1997 Spring)
Includes references.

859. NAL Call No.: 280.29 Am3A
Hall of famers led the way--women's more visible role in cooperatives.

England, L. E.; Mach, L. Am Coop. p.23-29 (1995)

860. NAL Call No.: HD6073.T42U55 1996
Hands to the spindle: Texas women and home textile production, 1822-1880. 1st ed.
Marks, P. M. xviii, 133p. (Texas A&M University Press, College Station, Texas, 1996)
Includes bibliographical references (p. 121-127) and index.

861. NAL Call No.: HT401.A36
Handsome Lake's teachings: the shift from female to male agriculture in Iroquois culture. An essay in ethnophilosophy.

Holly, M. Agric Hum Val. v.7(3/4): p.80-94 (1990 Summer-1990 Fall)
In the series analytic: Food, social theory, and agricultural science policy.

862. NAL Call No.: HV85.H85
Health care utilization among rural elderly women.

Heard Mueller, B.; Darville, R.; Watson, J. B. Jr. Human Serv Rural Environ. v.17(3/4): p.34-41 (1994 Winter-1995 Spring)
Includes references.

863. NAL Call No.: PS3552.R79125Z466 1995
Here and nowhere else: late seasons of a farm and its family.

Brox, J. xiv, 143p. (Beacon Press, Boston, MA, 1995)

864. NAL Call No.: 30.98 Ag8
High cotton: the antebellum Alabama plantation mistress and the cotton culture.

Atkins, L. R. Agric Hist. v. 68(2): p.92-104 (1994 Spring)In the special issue: Eli Whitney's Cotton Gin, 1793-1993: a symposium/edited by D.O. Whitten. Meeting held May 5, 1993 in Auburn, Alabama.

865. NAL Call No.: LA2315.T4M36 1990
Hill country teacher: oral histories from the one-room school and beyond.

Manning, D. xxii, 191p. (Twayne, Boston, 1990)
Includes bibliographical references (p. 183-186) and index.

866. NAL Call No.: TX5.W47
Historical perspectives of the economic significance of women in the family.

Marlowe, J. Pap West Reg Home Manage Fam Econ Educ Annu Conf. (21st): p.36-50 (1981)
Paper presented at the 21st Annual Western Regional Home Management-Family Economics Educators Conference on "Potentials, Policies, Pizazz", November 5-7, 1981, Denver, Colorado.

867. NAL Call No.: S401.A45
Historical perspectives of U.S. women's work in agriculture: linking the past to the prsent.

Sachs, C. Agriculture, change and human values: proceedings, multidisciplinary conference, Oct 18 21, 1982. (1): p.262-295 (1983)
Includes references.

868. NAL Call No.: F292.H73L4 1990
A home-concealed woman: the diaries of Magnolia Wynn Le Guin, 1901-1913.

Le Guin, M. W.; Le Guin, C. A. xxxii, 374p. (University of Georgia Press, Athens, GA, 1990)
Includes bibliographical references and index.

869. NAL Call No.: MLCM 83/6
Home demonstration women in Carroll County: summary of information received in 1957 questionnaire.
Brooks, C. G. 18p. (University of New Hampshire, Durham, N.H., 1957?)

870. NAL Call No.: 30.98 Ag8
Home extension work among African American farm women in east Tennessee, 1920-1939.

Walker, M. Agric Hist. v.70(3): p.487-502 (1996 Summer)
Includes references.

871. NAL Call No.: TX341.E3
Home gardening and food preservation practices of the elderly in rural Kentucky.

Quandt, S. A.; Popyach, J. B.; DeWalt, K. M. Ecol Food Nutr. v.31(3/4): p.183-199 (1994)
Includes references.

872. NAL Call No.: 55.8 N21
The Homemaker.

National Irrigation Association. (National Irrigation Association, Washington, D.C., 1903-)
Periodical; Description based on: Vol 8, no. 2 (Feb. 1903); Title from cover.

873. NAL Call No.: MLCM 83/353
Homemaker club members have horticultural interests.

Steele, S. M. 3 leaves; ill. (College of Agriculture, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. 1963)

874. NAL Call No.: 100 Or3 no.369
House planning ideas of Oregon rural women.

Wilson, M. M. M.; Wells, L. P. 28p. (Oregon State System of Higher Education, Agricultural Experiment Station, Oregon State College, Corvallis, Ore., 1940)
Cover title.

875. NAL Call No.: aTX326.A1U5
Household and farm task participation of women.

Scholl, K. K. Fam Econ Rev US Dep Agric Agric Res Serv. (3): p.3-9 (1982 June)
Includes 13 references.

876. NAL Call No.: HQ1.F36
Household, paid, and unpaid work time of farm women.

Meiners, J. E.; Olson, G. I. Fam Relat. v.36(4): p.407-411 (1987)
Includes references.

877. NAL Call No.: HD7285.H66
Housing assistance and residential satisfaction among single-parent women.

Cook, C. C.; Bruin, M. J.; Laux, S. Hous Soc. v.21(2): p.62-75 (1994)
In the special issue: Households at-risk in the United States/coordinated by D. Williams.

878. NAL Call No.: HD7285.H66
Housing expenditure/income ratios of older nonmetropolitan and metropolitan female heads of household.

Combs, E. R.; Park, S. Hous Soc. v.21(2): p.92-100 (1994)
In the special issue: Households at-risk in the United States/coordinated by D. Williams.

879. NAL Call No.: 275.29 F66C
How Florida women help the farm and agribusiness firm survive.

Gladwin, C. H. Circ Fla Coop Ext Serv. (613) 11p. (1984)
Includes references.

880. NAL Call No.: 30.98 AG8
"How're you gonna keep 'em down on the farm?": Rural women and the urban model in Utah.

Sturgis, C. Agric Hist. v.60(2): p.182-199 (1986 Spring)
Includes references.

881. NAL Call No.: SB371.N3
How to be a vocal farm wife or how are they gonna find out if we don't tell them? Public relations and speechmaking.

Heuser, L. Proc Annu Conv Natl Peach Counc. (Martinsburg, W. Va.). (37): p.63-64 (1978)

882. NAL Call No.: 1 AG84Y
How womanpower turned community on to save energy Rural electric cooperatives.

Newman, C. Yearb Agric US Dep Agric. (USDA). p.262-266 (1980)

883. NAL Call No.: A280.29 F22F no.15
How women help their farmer co-ops.

LeBeau, O. R.; Heckman, J. H. iii, 43p. (Farmer Cooperative Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Washington, D.C., 1956)
Cover title.

884. NAL Call No.: S916.I2F6
Idaho women and the land.

Fins, L. Focus Renew Nat Resour. (20): p.10-11 (1995)

885. NAL Call No.: HD1476.C3B45
Illustrative case materials: succession, enterprise development, and the role of the wife. Agrifamily, agriculture, Jasper region of Saskatchewan.

Kohl, S. B.; Bennett, J. W. Of time and the enterprise/by John W. Bennett. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press. p.172-188 (1982)
Bibliographic references p. 467-482.

886. NAL Call No.: RA771.A1J68
The impact of informal care giving on labor force participation by rural farming and nonfarming families.

Horwitz, M. E.; Rosenthal, T. C. J Rural Health. v.10(4): p.266-272 (1994 Fall)
Includes references.

887. NAL Call No.: TX1.H63
Impact of women's off-farm employment on marital adjustment.

Little, L. F.; Knaub, P. K.; Wozniak, P.; Draughn, P. S.; Smith, C. W.; Weeks, O. Home Econ Res J. v.17(1): p.47-62 (1988 Sept.)
Includes references.

888. NAL Call No.: 280.8 J822
Impacts of Mexico's trade openness on Mexican rural women.

Gladwin, C. H.; Thompson, C. M. Am J Agric Econ. v.77(3): p.712-718, 725-726 (1995 Aug.)
Paper presented at the ASSA winter meeting, January 6-8, 1995, Washington, D.C. Discussion by H.H. Jensen, p. 725-726.

889. NAL Call No.: 100 OK4 (5)
Income returns for working women by place of residence [Rural areas].

Knutson, M.; Schreiner, D.; Oklahoma Agricultural Experiment Station. Okla Curr Farm Econ. v.48(3): p.39-49 (1975)

890. NAL Call No.: 281.28 R88
Independent farming: correlates and consequences for women and men.

Tigges, L. M.; Rosenfeld, R. A. Rural Sociol. v.52(3): p.345-364 (1987 Fall)
Includes references.

891. NAL Call No.: HT401.A36
Indigenous rice production and the subtleties of culture change: an example from Borneo.

Colfer, C. J. P. Agric Hum Val. v.8(1/2): p.67-84 (1991 Winter-1992 Spring)
In the series analytic: Indigenous agricultural knowledge systems and development/edited by D.M. Warren.

892. NAL Call No.: HT401.R47
Individual and structural explanations of nonmetropolitan women and men's labor force experiences.

Tickamyer, A. R.; Bokemeier, J. L. Res Rural Sociol Dev. (4): p.153-170 (1989)
In the series analytic: Rural Labor Markets/guest editors; W.W. Falk and T.A. Lyson.

893. NAL Call No.: HT401.A36
Individualism, efficiency, and domesticity: ideological aspects of the exploitation of farm families and farm women.

Adams, J. Agric Human Values. v.12(4): p.2-17 (1995 Fall)
Includes references.

894. NAL Call No.: AGE HD1773.A2N6
Industrial development in a depressed area: male-female differences in attitudes.

Stout Wiegand, N.; Smith, D. K.; Jallow, S. Northeast J Agric Resour Econ. v.14(2): p. 154-160 (1985)
Includes 23 references.

895. NAL Call No.: HC10.E85
Industrialization and the earnings gap: regional and sectoral tests of the goldin-sokoloff hypothesis.

Craig, L. A.; Field Hendrey, E. B. Explor Econ Hist. v.30(1): p.60-80 (1993 Jan.)
Includes references.

896. NAL Call No.: HQ536.F32
The influence of financial stressors upon farm husbands and wives' well-being and family life satisfaction.

Duncan, S. F.; Volk, R. J.; Lewis, R. A. Families in rural America: stress, adaptation and revitalization . p.32-39 (1988)
Includes references.

897. NAL Call No.: HQ1. F36
Influence strategies used when couples make work-family decisions and their importance for marital satisfaction.

Zvonkovic, A. M.; Schmiege, C. J.; Hall, L. D. Fam Relat. v.43(2): p.182-188 (1994 Apr.)
Includes references.

898. NAL Call No.: aS622.S6
Information campaign involves women.

Bredow, L. Soil Water Conserv US Dep Agric Soil Conserv Serv. v.10(4): p.7 (1989 July)

899. NAL Call No.: 281.28 R88
Inscribing gender in rural development: industrial homework in two midwestern communities.

Gringeri, C. E. Rural Sociol. v.58(1): p.30-52 (1993 Spring)
Includes references.

900. NAL Call No.: HN79.A14R87
Integrating leadership and public decision making with the CES National Initiatives.

Rural Dev News.
v.13(2): p.13 (1989 Apr.)

901. NAL Call No.: 100 N48C 1 no.617
Interests, activities, and problems of rural young folk. 1, Women 15 to 29 years of age.

Thurow, M. B. 57p. (Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station, Ithaca, N.Y., 1934)
Includes bibliographical references.

902. NAL Call No.: 100 R34S 2 no.324
Interior surfaces in the structure of farmhouses. Part 1, 300 homemakers report on the finish materials they use on walls and woodwork.

Grady, E. R.; Smith, G. H. 10p. (Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Rhode Island, Kingston, R.I. 1954)
Cover title.

903. NAL Call No.: 100 R34S 2 no.325
Interior surfaces in the structure of farmhouses. Part 2, 300 homemakers report their maintenance practices for wall and woodwork surfaces.

Grady, E. R.; Smith, G. H. 9p. (Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Rhode Island, Kingston, R.I. 1954)
Cover title.

904. NAL Call No.: 30.98 AG8
Introduction: American rural and farm women in historical perspective.

Osterud, N. G. Agric Hist. v.67(2): p.1-13 (1993 Spring)
Special issue of the Fourth National Conference on American Rural and Farm Women in Historical Perspective, June 1992, University of California, Davis.

905. NAL Call No.: S441.S25
The invisible farmers: women in agricultural production.

Sachs, C. E. xiv, 153p. (Rowman & Allanheld, Totowa, N.J., 1983)
Includes index.

906. NAL Call No.: HT401.J68
Is where I sit, Where I stand? The Ontario Farm Women's Network, politics and difference.

Mackenzie, F. J Rural Stud. v.10(2): p.101-115 (1994 Apr.)
Includes references.

907. NAL Call No.: SF85.A1R32
Jean Snider Schadler--a woman in range management [Dairyperson of the Modoc/Washoe Experimental Stewardship Program, public grazing lands, northeastern California and northwestern Nevada].

Turner, S. Rangelands. v.6(1): p.14-15; ill. (1984 Feb.)

908. NAL Call No.: HD6073.A292U579 1992
Kansas farm women: growing out of the tilth: a multi-image production.

Vagnetti, C.; Kansas Rural Center. (The Center, Whiting, KS, 1992)
Cover title.

909. NAL Call No.: 275.29 K4152 no.64.1
Kentucky women, challenges & prospects: the economic status of metro and nonmetro women in Kentucky, 1970-1979.

Garkovich, L. 19p.; ill. (University of Kentucky, College of Agriculture, Agricultural Experiment Station, Dept. of Sociology, Lexington, Ky., 1980)
Bibliography: p. 14.

910. NAL Call No.: HQ1.F36
Kinship relations in retired rural men and women.

Dorfman, L. T.; Mertens, C. E. Fam Relat. v.39(2): p.166-173 (1990 Apr.)

911. NAL Call No.: aHT392.A53
Labor force activity of women in metropolitan and nonmetropolitan America.

Brown, D. L.; O'Leary, J. M. Rural Dev Res Rep (US Dep Agric Econ Stat Coop Serv.) (15) 33p. (1979 Sept.)

912. NAL Call No.: 281.28 R88
Labor force experiences of nonmetropolitan women.

Bokemeier, J. L.; Tickamyer, A. R. Rural Sociol. v.50(1): p.51-73 (1985 Spring)
Includes statistical data.

913. NAL Call No.: HV91.R77
Labor force participation and poverty status among rural and urban women who head families.

Cautley, E.; Slesinger, D. P. Rural poverty: special causes and policy reforms/edited by Harrell R. Rodgers, Jr., and Gregory Weiher (Greenwood Press). p.41-65 (1989)
Includes references.

914. NAL Call No.: 281.28 R88
Labor force participation of metropolitan, nonmetropolitan, and farm women: a comparative study.

Bokemeier, J. L.; Sachs, C.; Keith, V. Rural Sociol. (4): p.516-539 (1983 Winter)
Includes 52 references.

915. NAL Call No.: 281.28 R88
Labor force participation of rural farm, rural nonfarm, and urban women: a panel update.

Ollenburger, J. C.; Grana, S. J.; Moore, H. A. Rural Sociol. v.54(4): p.533-550 (1989 Winter)
Includes references.

916. NAL Call No.: 281.28 R88
The labor force patterns of mature rural women.

Mmaret, E.; Chenoweth, L. Rural Sociol. v.44(4): p.736-753 (1979 Winter)
16 ref.

917. NAL Call No.: 281.28 R88
Labor supply, labor demand, and men's underemployment in rural and urban labor markets.

Tigges, L. M.; Tootle, D. M. Rural Sociol. v.55(3): p.328-356 (1990 Fall)
Includes references.

918. NAL Call No.: F636.L56 1991
Land in her own name: women as homesteaders in North Dakota.

Lindgren, H. E. viii, 300p. (North Dakota Institute for Regional Studies, Fargo, ND, 1991)
Includes bibliographical references (p. 279-289) and index.

919. NAL Call No.: S544.3.V8V52
Leading the commonwealth toward tomorrow.

Breeze, P. R. ed.; Brinlee, B. ed. Publication collection, Virginia Cooperative Extension Service. p.18 (1991)
Includes references.

920. NAL Call No.: HB1.A2N3 no.1251
Life-cycle labor force participation of married women: historical evidence and implications.

Goldin, C. 28p. (NBER, Cambridge, Mass., 1983)
"December 1983."

921. NAL Call No.: HT421.S63
Life history themes of older Minnesota women: Does rural backround affect personal identity and outlook.

Shenk, D.; McTavish, D. Sociol Rural Life Minn Univ Agric Ext Serv. v.9(3): p.3-4, 7 (1987 Fall)

922. NAL Call No.: 56.8 B52
The life of a farm wife [New York].

Moora, J. Bio Dynamics. (150): p.14-17; ill. (1984 Spring)

923. NAL Call No.: HV85.H85
Life satisfaction of rural women.

Byars, L. F.; Dhooper, S. S. Hum Serv Rural Environ. v.14(3): p.12-16 (1991 Winter)
Includes references.

924. NAL Call No.: S544.3.A2R47
Lifelong learning: a challenge for educators.

Quinn, M. Resour Dev Rep Ala Coop Ext Serv Auburn Univ. v.24(3): p.4 (1989)

925. NAL Call No.: RA440.A1H5
Linking stress and injury in the farming environment: a secondary analysis of qualitative data.

Kidd, P.; Scharf, T.; Veazie, M. Health Educ Q. v.23(2): p.224-237 (1996 May)
Includes references.

926. NAL Call No.: HQ1419.H65 1995
Linoleum, better babies & the modern farm woman, 1890-1930. 1st ed.

Holt, M. I. 250p. (University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, NM, 1995)
Includes bibliographical references (p. 233-240) and index. The farm scene -- A life of domestic economy -- A need for organization -- Better babies and rural health -- "I wouldn't leave the farm, girls" -- When the best is better -- Conclusion.

927. NAL Call No.: F782.S7H37 1993
Long vistas: women and families on Colorado homesteads.

Harris, K. xii, 216p.; ill., maps. (University Press of Colorado, Niwot, Colo., 1993)
Includes bibliographical references (p. 177-208) and index.

928. NAL Call No.: 80 AM371
A look at the controversy surrounding comparable worth.

Billikopf, G. E. Am Nurseryman. v.165(7): p.55-56, 58, 60-61, 64, 68-70, 72, 74-75; ill. (1987 Apr.)
Includes references.

929. NAL Call No.: HQ1438.A12J46
Loosening the bonds: Mid-Atlantic farm women, 1750-1850.

Jensen, J. M. xv, 271p. (Yale University Press, New Haven, CT, 1986)
Includes index.

930. NAL Call No.: 281.28 R88
Making the transition from conventional to sustainable agriculture: gender, social movement participation, and quality of life on the family farm.

Meares, A. C. Rural Sociol. v.62(1): p.21-27 (1997 Spring)
Includes references.

931. NAL Call No.: 80 AM371
Male managers cannot afford to ignore sexual harassment on the job.

Bakos, S. C. Am Nurseryman. v.160(4): p.31-32 (1984 Aug.)

932. NAL Call No.: 275.8 Ag8
Management instruction for farm women--learning from experience.

Doebbert, J. Agric Educ Mag. v.67(3): p.18-19, 22 (1994 Sept.)
Includes references.

933. NAL Call No.: HD6056.6.U52K4
Management problems of a selected group of employed farm homemakers in Pendleton County, Kentucky, 1956.

Knarr, C. A. iv, 106p. Pendleton Conuty, Kentucky, 1957)
Extension Repository Collection.

934. NAL Call No.: 101 AL1A
Managing human resources: the work of Alberta farm men and women.

Keating, N.; Doherty, M.; Munro, B. Agric For Bull Alberta Univ Fac Ext. v.9(4): p.7-10 (1986 Winter-1987 Winter)
Includes references.

935. NAL Call No.: 100 AL1H
Many factors affect farm women's life satisfaction.

Bradbard, M. R. Highlights Agric Res Ala Agric Exp Stn. v.35(4): p.15 (1988 Winter)

936. NAL Call No.: aHN90.C6R78
Matching new jobs to rural workers.

Gillis, W. R.; Shaffer, R. E. Rural Dev Perspect RDP. v.4(1): p.19-23 (1987)

937. NAL Call No.: 281.28 R88
Mate availability, family formation, and family structure among black Americans in nonmetropolitan Louisiana 1970-1980.

Fossett, M. A.; Kiecolt, K. J. Rural Sociol. v.55(3): p.305-327 (1990 Fall)
Includes references.

938. NAL Call No.: GB578.15.C3
Material history and the history of women.

Reilly, S. Can Plains Proc. (18): p.1-17 (1987)
Paper presented at a conference on "First days, fighting days: women in Manitoba history," January 24-25, 1985, University of Manitoba, Winnepeg, Manitoba.

939. NAL Call No.: HD8039.F32U55
The matrifocal farm.

Ehlers, T. B. Farm work and fieldwork: American agriculture in anthropological perspective. p.145-163 (1987)
Includes references.

940. NAL Call No.: aTX326.A1U5
Measuring household production for the GNP.

Peskin, J. Fam Econ Rev US Dep Agric Agric Res Serv. (3): p.16-25 (1982 June)

941. NAL Call No.: TX24.I6M46 1994
Memories of Hoosier homemakers.

Arnold, E.; Indiana Extension Homemakers Association. v.; ill., map. (Indiana University Press, Bloomington, 1994)
"From Hoosier Homemakers Through the Years, an oral history project of the Indiana Extension Homemakers Association.". 1st. Feeding our families -- 2nd. Party lines, pumps, and privies -- 3rd. Buggies and bad times -- 4th. Girlhood days -- 5th. Going to club -- 6th. Living rich lives -- 7th Index.

942. NAL Call No.: HQ1240.5.L3R8
Mexican agricultural development policy and its impact on rural women.

Arizpe, L.; Botey, C. Rural women and state policy: feminist perspectives on Latin American agricultural development/edited by Carmen Diana Deere and Magdalena Leon. (Westview Press). p.67-83 (1987)
Presented at the Symposium on "Agricultural Development Policy and Rural Women in Latin America: An evaluation of the Decade," July 1985, held in Bogota, Colombia.

943. NAL Call No.: 284.9 M58
Michigan farm families coping with stress--1986-1991.

Res Rep Mich State Univ Agric Exp Stn.
(527) 27p. (1992)

944. NAL Call No.: 100 N48C 1 no.607
Mobility of rural families. I, Changes in residence and in occupation of rural husbands and wives in Genesee County, New York. Changes in residence and in occupation of rural husbands and wives in Genesee County, New York.

Anderson, W. A. 32p. (Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station, Ithaca, N.Y., 1934)
Cover title.

945. NAL Call No.: 100 T31TE
More women than men. [Rural population].

Skrabanek, R. L.; Texas Agricultural Experiment Station. Tex Agric Prog. v.20(3): p.23-26 (1974 Summer)

946. NAL Call No.: 43.8 F66
Mother and daughter team manages Clear Creek Farm in Marion County Women in Agriculture, Florida.

Stancil, E. H. Fla Cattlem Livest J. v.44(11): p.90-91 (1980 Aug.

947. NAL Call No.: HQ1.F36
Mothers-in-law and daughters-in-law: the effects of proximity on conflict and stress.

Marotz Baden, R.; Cowan, D. Fam Relat. v.36(4): p.385-390 (1987)
Includes references.

948. NAL Call No.: HQ1420.H3 1996
Mothers of the South: portraiture of the white tenant farm woman.

Hagoood, M. J. x, 252p.; plates; ill. (University Press of Virginia, Charlottesville, 1996)
Orginally published: 1939. This ed. with added introd. first published: New York: Norton, c1977, in series: The Norton library.

949. NAL Call No.: 275.8 AG8
The Ms. farmers: An adult class for farm women. [Education].

Oldfield, B.; Wise, J. Agric Educ. v.46(10): p.226-227 (1974 Apr.)

950. NAL Call No.: TX1.H63
A multi-state study of off-farm employment.

Wozniak, P. J.; Draughn, P. S.; Perch, K. L. Home Econ Res J. v.17(1): p.10-19 (1988 Sept.)
Includes references. 

951. NAL Call No.: TX1.H63
Multiple roles, lifestyle satisfaction, and marital happiness among farm wives.

Draughn, P. S.; Little, L. F.; Wozniak, P.; Knaub, P. K.; Weeks, O.; Smith, C. Home Econ Res J. v.17(1): p.63-76 (1988 Sept.)
Includes references.

952. NAL Call No.: 55.8 N21
National homemaker.

National Irrigation Association (U.S.). (National Irrigation Association, Washington, D.C, 1901-)
Periodical; Title from cover.

953. NAL Call No.: HD9688.U54N54 1991
National Rural Electric Women's Association resources handbook.
National Rural Electric Women's Association. 1v. (loose-leaf) (Women's Programs Office, National Rural Electric Cooperative Association, Washington, D.C., 1991)
Spine title: NREWA resources handbook.

954. NAL Call No.: 30.98 Ag8
Native Americans, the market revolution, and culture change: The Choctaw cattle economy, 1690-1830.

Carson, J. T. Agric Hist. v. 71(1): p.1-18 (1997 Winter)
Includes references.

955. NAL Call No.: 6 F2212
A new beginning.

Braun, D. Farm J. p.48-49, 52; ill. (1988 May)

956. NAL Call No.: S544.3.N7A4
New York farm women juggle off- and on-farm jobs.

McGonigal, J. Agfocus. p.11 (1994 Jan.)

957. NAL Call No.: S544.3.N7N45
Nonfarm income is vital to many NY farm families.
McGonigal, J. W.; Bruce, R. L. News Views. v.74(12): p.3-4 (1989)

958. NAL Call No.: 281.8 C16
Nonfarm labor market participation of farm women.

Olfert, M. R.; Taylor, J. S.; Stabler, J. C. Can J Agric Econ Rev Can Econ Rurale. v.41(1): p.81-95 (1993 Mar.)

959. NAL Call No.: aHT392.A53
The nonmetro labor force in the seventies.

Schaub, J. D. Rural Dev Res Rep (US Dep Agric Econ Res Serv.) (33) 23p. (1981 Nov.)
19 ref.

960. NAL Call No.: 281.28 R88
Nonmetropolitan migration: the influence of neglected variables.

Cook, A. K. Rural Sociol. v.52(3): p.409-418 (1987 Fall)
Literature review.

961. NAL Call No.: 64.9 C19
North American women and their children: valuable resources in food production.

Light, H. K.; Hertsgaard, D. Proc Caribb Food Crop Soc Annu Meet (The Eastern Caribbean Center and the Caribbean Food Crops Society). (20th): p.192-194 (1985)
Includes references.

962. NAL Call No.: 100 N813B
North Dakota farm women and their roles in the family: are they changing.

Pankow, D.; Mammen, S.; Fitzgerald, M. ND Farm Res ND Agric Exp Stn. v.48(5): p.21-25 (1991 Mar.-1991 Apr.)
Includes references.

963. NAL Call No.: AGE 281.8 C16
"Not enough hours, our accountant tells me": trends in children's, women's and men's involvement in Canadian agriculture.

Smith, P. Can J Agric Econ Rev Can Econ Rurale. (33): p.161-195 (1986 June)
This paper was presented at the annual meeting of the Canadian Agricultural Economics and Farm Management Society, June 23-27, 1985 in Charlottetown, P.E.I.

964. NAL Call No.: HT401.R94
Notes on methods for studying farm women.

Colman, G. P. Rural Sociol. v.1(6): p.394-395 (1981 Nov.)
Includes references.

965. NAL Call No.: 281.28 R88
Occupational sex-stereotyping among rural young women and men.

Dunne, F. Rural Sociol. v.45(3): p.396-415 (1980 Fall)
Bibliography p. 412-415.

966. NAL Call No.: 281.28 R88
Off-farm employment by women and marital instability.

Acock, A. C.; Deseran, F. A. Rural Sociol. v.51(3): p.314-327 (1986 Fall)
Includes references.

967. NAL Call No.: 100 AL1H
Off-farm employment of wives is important to Alabama farm families.

Warfield, C. L. Highlights Agric Res Ala Agric Exp Stn. v.33(4): p.3 (1986 Winter)

968. NAL Call No.: 280.8 J822
Off-farm labor market entry and exit.

Gould, B. W.; Saupe, W. E. Am J Agric Econ. v.71(4): p.960-969 (1989 Nov.)
Includes references.

969. NAL Call No.: HD1401.W57 no.257
The off-farm labor supply of married farm women: evidence from Wisconsin.

McCarthy, M. R.; Salant, P. 26p. (University of Wisconsin, Dept. of Agricultural Economics, Madison, Wis., 1986)
"July 1986."

970. NAL Call No.: FU S49.S7 213
Off-farm work and the increase in the Florida farm woman's relative contribution to the family farm.

Gladwin, C. H. 20 leaves. (Food and Resource Economics Dept., Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, 1982)
"August 1982."

971. NAL Call No.: 251.8 R32
Off-farm work decisions of husbands and wives: joint decision making.

Huffman, W. E.; Lange, M. D. Rev Econ Stat. v.71(3): p.471-480 (1989 Aug.)
Includes references.

972. NAL Call No.: S544.N375
An official history of National Extension Homemakers Council, Inc., 1930-1990. Official history, National Extension Homemakers Council, 1936-1990.

Warren, C. J.; National Extension Homemakers Council (U.S.). 256p. (National Extension Homemakers Council, Burlington, KY, 1991)
Cover title: An official history: National Extension Homemakers Council, 1936-1990.

973. NAL Call No.: SB371.N3
Oh yes we can [Women for the Survival of Agriculture].

Heuser, L. Proc Annu Conv Natl Peach Council. (35): p.90-91 (1976)

974. NAL Call No.: S530.A4
Ohio young farmers' and young farmers wives' perceptions of program effectiveness.

Miller, L. E. J Am Assoc Teach Educ Agric. v.29(4): p.2-9, 16 (1988 Winter)
Includes references.

975. NAL Call No.: NBU LD3656 1990 P538
Older rural men and women: the first three and one-half years of widowhood.

Plate, C. J. 138 leaves. (University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Lincoln, 1990)
Thesis (M.S.)(Human Development and the Family.)--University of Nebraska--Lincoln, 1990.

976. NAL Call No.: TX341.C6
Older rural women: candidates for assistance.

Nutr Week.
v.17(11): p.4-5 (1987 Mar.)

977. NAL Call No.: 280.29 AM3A
One [farmers'] cooperative's experience with human resources [Role of rural women].

Yriarte, J. Am Coop, Am Inst Coop. p.295-301 (1974)

978. NAL Call No.: HQ1438.I7F56
Open country, Iowa: rural women, tradition and change.

Fink, D. 275p. (State University of New York Press, Albany, 1986)
Includes index.

979. NAL Call No.: HD9688.U52N37 1972
Operation organize.
National Rural Electric Women's Task Force. 42p. (National Rural Electric Cooperative Association, Washington, D.C., 1972)
Cover title.

980. NAL Call No.: SF221.D335
Oregon women for agriculture talk about the structure of agriculture.

Ringsdorf, R. Dairy Sci Handbook. (15): p.61-68 (1983)

981. NAL Call No.: HN49.C6J6
The organizational potential of women in agriculture to sustain rural communities.

Wells, B. L.; Tanner, B. O. J Community Dev Soc. v.25(2): p.246-258 (1994)
Includes references.

982. NAL Call No.: 280.29 AM3A
Overcoming roadblocks to women's involvement. Farm cooperatives, leadership.

Randall, A. Am Coop. p.153-157 (1982)

983. NAL Call No.: SF191.D3
An overlooked work force. Women in dairy, milking.

Stoddard, G. E. Dairy Herd Manage. v.18(2): p.46, 49, 51 (1981 Jan.)

984. NAL Call No.: HT401.R47
Part-time farming and commuting: determinants of distance to off-farm work for Louisiana farm couples.

Deseran, F. A. Res Rural Sociol Dev. Greenwich, Conn. (4): p.171-188 (1989)
In the series analytic: Rural Labor Markets/guest editors; W.W. Falk and T.A. Lyson.

985. NAL Call No.: HT401.R94
Participation of women in the RSS: past and present.

Ghelfi, L. M.; Willits, F. K. Rural Sociol. v.8(6): p.501-513 (1988)
Includes statistical data.

986. NAL Call No.: SF85.A1R32
Patricia G. Smith: Range Management editor extraordinaire [Women in agricultural publishing, includes biographical information, United States].

Freeman, D. Rangelands. v.6(1): p.3-4; ill. (1984 Feb.)

987. NAL Call No.: HD101.S6
People left behind: transitions of the rural poor.

Molnar, J. J.; Traxler, G. South J Agric Econ. v.23(1): p.75-83 (1991 July)
Discussion by B.J. Deaton, p. 85-87.

988. NAL Call No.: TX1.H63
Perceptions of stress associated with wives' off-farm employment.

Knaub, P. C.; Abbott, D.; Meredith, W. H.; Parkhurst, A. Home Econ Res J. v.17(1): p.86-94 (1988 Sept.)
Includes references.

989. NAL Call No.: aHT392.A53
Performance of the rural manufacturing sector.

Bloomquist, L. E. Rural Dev Res Rep US Dep Agric Econ Res Serv. (69): p.49-75 (1988 Sept.)
Includes references.

990. NAL Call No.: HN90.C6R78
Performance of the rural manufacturing sector.

Bloomquist, L. E. Rural economic development in the 1980's: preparing for the future. (Agriculture and Rural Economy Division, ERS, USDA). p.3-1-3/33 (1987)
Includes statistical data.

991. NAL Call No.: HD1476.U5S77 1984
Perspectives on the role of females in the survival of the small farm.

Randolph, S. L.; Williamson, H. Strategy for survival of small farmers, international implications . p.28-35 (1985)
Paper presented at the Professional Agricultural Workers Conference on "Strategy for Survival of Small Farmers," Tuskegee Institute, Alabama, 1984.

992. NAL Call No.: HD6096.A13P52
Picking up the pieces: women in and out of work in the rural south.

Lewis, H. M. 35p. (Highlander Research and Education Center, New Market, TN, 1986)
Includes bibliographical references (p. 32-33).

993. NAL Call No.: 30.98 AG8
Political activisim and community-building among alliance and grange women in western Washington, 1892-1925.

Watkins, M. P. Agric Hist. v.67(2): p.197-213 (1993 Spring)
Special issue of the Fourth National Conference on American Rural and Farm Women in Historical Perspective, June 1992, University of California, Davis.

994. NAL Call No.: HB848.P66
Population and development in Mexico since 1940: an interpretation.

Alba, F.; Potter, J. E. Popul Dev Rev. v.12(1): p.45-75, 165, 167, 168 (1986 Mar.)
Includes 79 references.

995. NAL Call No.: 281.28 R88
Poverty and social context in remote rural communities.

Duncan, C. M.; Lamborghini, N. Rural Sociol. v.59(3): p.437-461 (1994 Fall)
Includes references.

996. NAL Call No.: 281.28 R88
Poverty in female-headed households: residential differences.

McLaughlin, D. K.; Sach, C. Rural Sociol. v.53(3): p.287-306 (1988 Fall)
Includes references.

997. NAL Call No.: 30.98 AG8
The power of talk in antebellum New England.

Hansen, K. V. Agric Hist. v.67(2): p.43-64 (1993 Spring)
Special issue of the Fourth National Conference on American Rural and Farm Women in Historical Perspective, June 1992, University of California, Davis.

998. NAL Call No.: S411.H6 R
The practical farmer, gardener and housewife: or dictionary of agriculture, horticulture, and domestic economy: including descriptions of the most improved kinds of live stock, their proper treatment, diseases and remedies ... together with directions for the culture of the morus multicaulis, for the raising of silk, also with remarks on the cultivation of some select flowers and ornamental shrubs.
Hooper, E. J. 544p. (Geo. Conclin, Cincinnati, 1840)

999. NAL Call No.: 100 W27E no.234
The present use of work time of farm homemakers.

Arnquist, I. F.; Roberts, E. H. 31p. (State College of Washington, Agricultural Experiment Station, Pullman, Wash., 1929)
Cover title.

1000. NAL Call No.: HN79.A14N48 1995
Preserving the family farm: women, community and the foundations of agribusiness in the Midwest, 1900-1940.

Neth, M. xiii, 347p. (Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, 1995)
Based on the author's thesis (doctoral)--Virginia Polytechnical Institute and State University.

1001. NAL Call No.: 30.98 AG8
Production patterns, consumption strategies, and gender relations in Amish and non-Amish farm households in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, 1935-1936.

Reschly, S. D.; Jellison, K. Agric Hist. v.67(2): p.134-162 (1993 Spring)
Special issue of the Fourth National Conference on American Rural and Farm Women in Historical Perspective, June 1992, University of California, Davis.

1002. NAL Call No.: 30.98 AG8
The productive farm woman and the extension home economist in New York state, 1920-1940.

Babbitt, K. R. Agric Hist. v.67(2): p.83-101 (1993 Spring)
Special issue of the Fourth National Conference on American Rural and Farm Women in Historical Perspective, June 1992, University of California, Davis.

1003. NAL Call No.: SB371.N3
The professional farm wife--who is she?

McPherson, G. Proc Annu Conv Natl Peach Council. (36): p.49-51 (1977)

1004. NAL Call No.: aHT392.A53 no.45
A profile of female farmers in America.

Kalbacher, J. Z.; United States. Dept. of Agriculture. Economic Research Service. v, 23p. (U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Economic Research Service, Washington, D.C. 1985)
"January 1985."

1005. NAL Call No.: Film 1923 1926
Program, Farmers' and Homemakers' Week at the Louisiana State University (New Campus) August 10-13, 1926.

Farmers' and Homemakers' Week at the Louisiana State University (New Campus) (1926: Baton Rouge, La.) 10; 1 folded sheet. (Division of Agricultural Extension, Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College, Baton Rouge, La. 1926)
"Southwestern land-grant college library microreproduction project."

1006. NAL Call No.: 275.28 J82
Programming for modern farm women [Extension programs, United States].

Jones Webb, J.; Nickols, S. Y. J Ext. (22): p.16-22 (1984 May-1984 June)
Includes references.

1007. NAL Call No.: HQ1410.J46
Promise to the land: essays on rural women.

Jensen, J. M. xii, 319p.; ill., maps. (University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, 1991)
Includes bibliographical references (p. 267-309) and index.

1008. NAL Call No.: aHV3174.M48P7
Providing services to migrant farmworkers: Special Supplemental Food Program for Women, Infants and Children, and the Commodity Supplemental Food Program.

Dvorscak, D. M.; United States. Food and Nutrition Service. iii, 77p. (U.S. Dept of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition Service, Washington, D.C., 1986)
Cover title.

1009. NAL Call No.: HQ536.F32
Psychosomatic stress among farm men and women.

Keating, N.; Munro, B.; Doherty, M. Families in rural America: stress, adaptation and revitalization . p.64-73 (1988)
Includes references.

1010. NAL Call No.: HQ1.F36
Racial comparisons of the grandmother role: implications for strengthening the family support system of older black women.

Kivett, V. R. Fam Relat. v.42(2): p.165-172 (1993 Apr.)
Includes references.

1011. NAL Call No.: aHT392.A55
Recent recession altered unemployment patterns.

Nilsen, S. R. Rural Dev Perspect (US Dep Agric Econ Res Serv.) v.1(2): p.26-27 (1985 Feb.)

1012. NAL Call No.: HT401.A36
Reconsidering diversity in agriculture and food systems: an ecofeminist approach.

Sachs, C. Agric Hum Val. v.9(3): p.4-10 (1992 Summer)
Includes references.

1013. NAL Call No.: HQ1.F36
Reducing stress of farm men and women.

Keating, N. C. Fam Relat. v.36(4): p.358-363 (1987)
Includes references.

1014. NAL Call No.: HN79.A14R87
Regional survey of farm operators.

Rural Dev News.
v.13(2): p.7-8 (1989 Apr.)

1015. NAL Call No.: 30.98 Ag8
Regular farm girl: the Women's Land Army in World War II.

Carpenter, S. A. Agric Hist. v. 71(2): p.163-185 (1997 Spring)
Includes references.

1016. NAL Call No.: 100 Ok4 1 no.197
The relation between the economic status of the Oklahoma farm family and the farm woman's standards of management with respect to clothing.

Fernandes, G. 16p. (Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical College, Agricultural Experiment Station, Stillwater, Okla., 1930)
Cover title.

1017. NAL Call No.: aSD11.U56 no.90
Research in forest productivity, use, and pest control: proceedings of a symposium held at the University of Vermont, Burlington, September 16-17, 1983, in recognition of contributions by women scientists.

Harris, M. M.; Spearing, A. M. iii, 95p. (The Station, Broomall, Pa., 1984)
Distributed to depository libraries in microfiche.

1018. NAL Call No.: 280.29 AM3A
Restructuring American agriculture: new horizons for cooperatives.

Tweeten, L. G. Am Coop. p.16-23; ill. (1986)
Includes references.

1019. NAL Call No.: 281.28 R88
Retirement satisfaction in rural husbands and wives.

Dorfman, L. T.; Heckert, D. A.; Hill, E. A.; Kohout, F. J. Rural Sociol. v.53(1): p.25-39 (1988 Spring)
Includes references.

1020. NAL Call No.: 281.28 R88
Returns vs. endowments in the earnings attainment process for metropolitan and nonmetropolitan men and women.

McLaughlin, D. K.; Perman, L. Rural Sociol. v.56(3): p.339-365 (1991 Fall)
Includes references.

1021. NAL Call No.: S417.S44A3 1993
The road to my farm.

Seton, N. J. xi, 225p. (Viking, New York, 1993)

1022. NAL Call No.: RC963.A1A7
The role of agricultural pesticide use in the development of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma in women.

Zahm, S. H.; Weisenburger, D. D.; Saal, R. C.; Vaught, J. B.; Babbitt, P. A.; Blair, A. Arch Environ Health. v.48(5): p.353-358 (1993 Sept.)
Includes references.

1023. NAL Call No.: HT401.A36
The role of farm women in American history: areas for additional research.

Jensen, J. M. Agric Hum Val. v.2(1): p.13-17 (1985 Winter)
Includes 10 references.

1024. NAL Call No.: HD6073.F32C2
The Role of women in farming: an exploratory study of the relative impact women have on the farm enterprise in Yolo County, California.

Thompson, O. E.; Gwynn, D.; Sharpe, C.; Wescott, J. vi, 114 leaves. (Dept. of Applied Behavioral Sciences, University of California, Davis, Davis, CA, 1986)
"This research was supported by the California Agricultural Experiment Station-Project no. 3643."

1025. NAL Call No.: 100 N27N
The role of women in public affairs [Rural development, Nebraska].

Daly, R.; Olive, L.; Sullivan, K. Farm Ranch Home Q Nebr Agric Exp Stn. v.27(1): p.8-9 (1980 Spring)

1026. NAL Call No.: 100 N27 4 no.238
The routine and seasonal work of Nebraska farm women.

Clark, M. R.; Gray, G. 39p. (University of Nebraska, College of Agriculture, Experiment Station, Lincoln: University of Nebraska, College of Agriculture, Experiment Station, 1930)
"Home Economics"--Cover.

1027. NAL Call No.: HQ1. F36
Rural and urban families' use of child care.

Atkinson, A. M. Fam Relat. v.43(1): p.16-22 (1994 Jan.)
Includes references.

1028. NAL Call No.: HD6095.N9 1976
Rural employment and husbands and wives.

Nolan, F. L. The Employed mother in America/by F. Ivan Nye, Lois Wladis Hoffman (Greenwood Press). p.241-250 (1976)
MAPP Childbearing families and families with young children.

1029. NAL Call No.: 100 R34S 2 no.259
The rural homemaker in southern Rhode Island as a paid worker.

Whittemore, M.; Kuschke, B. M. 32p. (Agricultural Experiment Station of the Rhode Island State College, Kingston, R.I., 1936)
Cover title.

1030. NAL Call No.: HQ1.F36
Rural housewives and retirement: Joint decision-making matters.

Dorfman, L. T.; Hill, E. A. Fam Relat. v.35(4): p.507-514 (1986)
Includes references.

1031. NAL Call No.: HN49.C6J6
Rural leadership programs and changing participation of men and women in public affairs.

Cook, A. K.; Howell, R. E.; Weir, I. L. J Community Dev Soc. v.16(1): p.41-56 (1985)
Includes references.

1032. NAL Call No.: 30.98 AG8
Rural life among nineteenth-century Mormons: the woman's experience [Utah, Idaho, Nevada, Arizona].

Arrington, L. J. Agric Hist. v.58(3): p.239-246 (1984 July)
Includes 1 p. references.

1033. NAL Call No.: 100 OK4M
Rural Oklahoma women and their work.

Nickols, S. Y.; Peck, C. J. Res Rep P Okla Agric Exp Stn. (883) 17p. (1986 June)
Includes references.

1034. NAL Call No.: HQ809.3.U5R87 1991
Rural resource packet. 2nd ed. National Coalition Against Domestic Violence Rural Task Force resource packet.
National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (U.S.). Rural Task Force. 133, 46p. (National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Washington, D.C., 1991)
Cover title: National Coalition Against Domestic Violence Rural Task Force resource packet: reflections on rural realities.

1035. NAL Call No.: 100 M693 3 no.253
Rural women and the works progress program: a partial analysis of levels of living.

Morgan, E. L.; Ensminger, D.; Sneed, M. W. 29p.; ill., map. (University of Missouri, College of Agriculture, Agricultural Experiment Station, Columbia, Mo., 1937)
"Publication authorized April 15, 1937"--T.p. Works Progress Administration cooperating"--T.p.

1036. NAL Call No.: Z733.N3A72
Rural women History, USA.

Flora, C. B. Assoc NAL Today. v.2(2): p.16-21 (1977 Sept.)
ref.

1037. NAL Call No.: 100 AR42F
Rural women in Arkansas.

Jackson, V.; Woods, M.; Danforth, D.; Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station. Arkansas Farm Res. v.26(4): (1977 July-1977 Aug.)

1038. NAL Call No.: HQ1438.P4C3
Rural women of Pennsylvania: a demographic profile.

Cornwell, G. T.; Thorsen, J. S. 19p.; ill., maps. (Center for Rural Women, University Park, PA, 1985)
"June 1985."

1039. NAL Call No.: HN79.A14R87
Rural women reap benefits from annual gathering.

O'Brien, D. Rural Dev News. v.12(3): p.10 (1988 July)

1040. NAL Call No.: 100 OH3S 3
Rural women's satisfaction with dual-work lifestyle. Preliminary study of 150 rural working mothers in Ohio.

Walters, C. M.; Murray, C. I.; McKenry, P. C.; Hamdorf, K. G. Ohio Rep Res Dev Agric Home Econ Nat Res Ohio Agric Res Dev Cent. v.68(1): p.7-8 (1983 Jan.-1983 Feb.)

1041. NAL Call No.: HD1773.A5U8
Rural women: unseen partners in the economy.

Smith, B. E. Ushering in the twenty first century: emphasis on the rural South . p.144-147 (1987)
Papers presented at the 44th Professional Agricultural Workers Conference, December 7-9, 1986, at Tuskegee University, Tuskegee, Alabama.

1042. NAL Call No.: 100 N48C 1 no.649
Rural youth: activities, interests, and problems. I, Married young men and women, 15 to 29 years of age.

Anderson, W. A. W. A. 53p. (Cornell University
Agricultural Experiment Station, Ithaca, N.Y., 1939)
Cover title.

1043. NAL Call No.: 100 N48C 1 no.661
Rural youth: activities, interests, and problems. II, Unmarried young men and women, 15 to 29 years of age.

Anderson, W. A. 36p. (Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station, Ithaca, N.Y., 1937)
Cover title.

1044. NAL Call No.: HQ1413.S28M23 1980
Ruth Buxton Sayre, first lady of the farm. 1st ed.
McDonald, J. xii, 206p. (Iowa State University Press, Ames, 1980)
Includes index.

1045. NAL Call No.: HT401.A36
Science and farm women's work: the agrarian origins of home economic extension.

Knowles, J. Agric Hum Val. (2): p.52-55 (1985 Winter)
Includes 5 references.

1046. NAL Call No.: TX23.H4 1977
The seasonal hearth: the woman at home in early America. 1st ed.

Hechtlinger, A. 255p. (Overlook Press, Woodstock, N.Y., 1977)

1047. NAL Call No.: 100 T25S 1 no.257
Selective participation of farmers and their wives in rural organizations.

Bonser, H. J.; Butt, H. W. 23p. (University of Tennessee Agricultural Experiment Station, Knoxville, Tennessee, 1957)
1048. NAL Call No.: 6 AR44
Self esteem as a tool to manage stress.

Ariz Farmer Stockman.
v.67(8): p.16-17 (1988 Aug.)

1049. NAL Call No.: 30.98 AG8
Separation and sorrow: a farm woman's life, 1935-1941.

Riney Kehrberg, P. Agric Hist. v.67(2): p.185-196 (1993 Spring)
Special issue of the Fourth National Conference on American Rural and Farm Women in Historical Perspective, June 1992, University of California, Davis.

1050. NAL Call No.: 281.28 R88
Sex differences in attitudes toward new energy resource developments.

Stout Wiegand, N.; Trent, R. B. Rural Sociol. (4): p.637-646 (1983 Winter)
Includes 22 references.

1051. NAL Call No.: 281.28 R88
Sex differences in labor-market experiences.

Tickamyer, A.; Bokemeier, J. Rural Sociol. v.53(2): p.166-189 (1988 Summer)
Includes references.

1052. NAL Call No.: 46.8 N213
Sex discrimination.

Copeland, J. D. Natl Hog Farmer. v.36(9): p.14-16 (1991 Aug.)
Third in a series.

1053. NAL Call No.: 281.28 R88
The sexual division of farm household labor: an exploratory study of the structure of on-farm and off-farm labor allocation among farm men and women [New York].

Buttel, F. H.; Gillespie, G. W. Jr. Rural Sociol. v.49(2): p.183-209 (1984 Summer)
Includes references.

1054. NAL Call No.: SF375.32.E45A3 1995
Shepherdess: notes from the field.

Ellison, J. J. 172p. (Purdue University Press, West Lafayette, Ind., 1995)

1055. NAL Call No.: 281.28 R88
Silent partners: women in farm magazine success stories, 1934-1991.

Walter, G.; Wilson, S. Rural Sociol. v.61(2): p.227-248 (1996 Summer)
Includes references.

1056. NAL Call No.: 281.28 R88
Single females in rural energy-impacted counties: the effects of rapid growth and a male marriage-market squeeze.

Hooper, D. A.; England, J. L. Rural Sociol. v.53(1): p.87-95 (1988 Spring)
Includes references.

1057. NAL Call No.: 30.98 AG8
Sisters of the Grange: Rural feminism in the late nineteenth century [Women's rights movement, United States].

Marti, D. B. Agric Hist. v.58(3): p.247-261 (1984 July)
Includes 52 references.

1058. NAL Call No.: 281.28 R88
Small business success among men- and women-owned firms in rural areas.

Tigges, L. M.; Green, G. P. Rural Sociol. v.59(2): p.289-310 (1994 Summer)

1059. NAL Call No.: HQ1419.J87
So sweet to labor: rural women in America, 1865-1895.

Juster, N. 293p. (Viking Press, New York, 1979)
Bibliography: p. 285-293.

1060. NAL Call No.: HQ1438.T2F54 1993
The social reality of a group of rural, low-status, Appalachian women: a grounded theory study.

Fiene, J. I. xiii, 104p. (Garland, New York, 1993)
Includes bibliographical references (p. 91-99) and index.

1061. NAL Call No.: 276 V815 no.6
Some challenges to Virginia's homes and families: a brief report on "The home and family", part of the study on V.P.I.'s role in Virginia agriculture.

Virginia Polytechnic Institute. School of Home Economics. 12p. (Agricultural Extension Service, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Blacksburg, Va., 1963)

1062. NAL Call No.: S79.E3 no.364
Some contrasts in the levels of living of women engaged in farm, textile mill, and garment plant work.

Dickins, D. 53p. (Mississippi Agricultural Experiment Station, State College, Miss., 1941)

1063. NAL Call No.: HT401.R94
Some recent findings on the economic contributions of farm women.

Maret, E.; Copp, J. H. Rural Sociol. v.2(2): p.112-115 (1982 Mar.)
Includes references.

1064. NAL Call No.: HQ1.J86
Some women marry young: transitions to first marriage in metropolitan and nonmetropolitan areas.

McLaughlin, D. K.; Lichter, D. T.; Johnston, G. M. J Marriage Fam. v.55(4): p.827-838 (1993 Nov.)

1065. NAL Call No.: 283 W19So
Sound the call to farms!: helps for recruiting local emergency farm workers in 1945.

War Advertising Council. 22 pieces in folder. (The Council, Washington, D.C.?, 1945)

1066. NAL Call No.: 30.98 AG8
Southern women and the land.

Sharpless, R. Agric Hist. v.67(2): p.30-42 (1993 Spring)
Special issue of the Fourth National Conference on American Rural and Farm Women in Historical Perspective, June 1992, University of California, Davis.

1067. NAL Call No.: 281.28 R88
Status attainment through marriage: social-psychological dimensions among rural women.

Howell, F. M. Rural Sociol. v.45(4): p.681-706 (1980 Winter)
Bibliography p. 703-706.

1068. NAL Call No.: HT401.R94
The status of women in rural sociology.

Rural Sociol.
v.10(1): p.2 (1990 Winter)
Includes references.

1069. NAL Call No.: S544.3.O5B79
A study of Garvin County homemakers and why members drop out of home demonstration clubs.

Bryan, C. S. xv, 243p., 10 leaves of plates. (Oklahoma State University, Oklahoma, 1959)
Thesis; Extension Repository Collection.

1070. NAL Call No.: HQ759.H5
A study of marriage role expectations of women living in Missouri delta counties as related to selected characteristics.

Hill, K. K. 38, 3 leaves. (University of Missouri, Columbia, 1968)
"A report presented to the Department of Extension Education, University of Missouri, Columbia in fulfillment of requirements for a special problem, Extension Education 400."; Extension Repository Collection.

1071. NAL Call No.: S544.3.K4P62
A study of the characteristics of an extension program that will meet the needs of rural young men and women in Kentucky.

Poe, J. W. iv, 43 leaves. (University of Kentucky, Kentucky, 1957)
Thesis (M.S.)--University of Kentucky;
Bibliography: leaves 42-43.
Extension Repository Collection.

1072. NAL Call No.: HQ1438.L8C37
A study of the performance roles of a selected group of Bossier Parish women.

Carter, S. M. ix, 90 leaves. (Louisiana, 1968)
Thesis (M.S.)--Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College; Bibliography: leaves 77-79;
Extension Repository Collection.

1073. NAL Call No.: S544.3.M8S5
A study of women's extension club members in Missouri.

Simpson, J. D. 67 leaves. (University of Missouri, Columbia, 1957)
Thesis (M.S.)-University of Missouri; Extension Repository Collection.

1074. NAL Call No.: MLCM 83/560
Studying extension work with farmers and farm homemakers in Washington Parish, Louisiana.

Burleson, G. L. 2v. (Agricultural Extension Service, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, La., 1950)

1075. NAL Call No.: aTX326.A1U5
Survey of American farm women.

Fam Econ Rev US Dep Agric Agric Res Serv.
(3): p.9-10 (1982 June)

1076. NAL Call No.: HN79.A14R87
Teamwork, sharing build FCL Program.

Basset, L. R.; Barron, J. C. Rural Dev News. v.12(3): p.1-8; ill., maps. (1988 July)

1077. NAL Call No.: RA790.A1J68
The third shift: juggling employment, family, and the farm.

Gallagher, E.; Delworth, U. J Rural Community Psychol. v.12(2): p.21-36 (1993)
Includes references.

1078. NAL Call No.: 100 V59 no.530
Time expenditures on homemaking activities in 183 Vermont farm homes.

Muse, M. 72p. (Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Vermont and State Agricultural College, Burlington, Vermont, 1946)

1079. NAL Call No.: 100 R34S 2 no.221
Time factors in the business of homemaking in rural Rhode Island.

Whittemore, M.; Neil, B. 35p. (Agricultural Experiment Station of the Rhode Island State College, Kingston, R.I., 1929)
Cover title.

1080. NAL Call No.: HQ759.G8
Time use of rural and urban full-time white homemakers with children living at home, St. Landry Parish, Louisiana.

Guillory, V. D. xi, 94, 2 leaves. Louisiana, 1961)
Thesis (M.S.)--Louisiana State University;
Bibliography: leaves 72-74; Extension Repository Collection.

1081. NAL Call No.: HT390.G74
Towards a gendered regional geography: women and work in rural Appalachia.

Oberhauser, A. M. Growth Change (College of Business and Economics, University of Kentucky). v.26(2): p.217-244 (1995 Spring)
Includes references.

1082. NAL Call No.: 6 B85
Tuscarawas County's "grand dame". Freda Schupp, women agriculturists, Ohio.

DeGraw, E. Buckeye Farm News. v.61(8,i.e.9): p.30-31; ill. (1983 June)

1083. NAL Call No.: 100 W27E no.524
Two generations of rural and urban women appraise marital happiness.

Landis, P. H. 20p. (State College of Washington, Agricultural Experiment Station, Pullman, Wash., 1951)
Cover title.

1084. NAL Call No.: HT401.J68
U.S. farm women, politics and policy.

Haney, W. G.; Miller, L. C. J Rural Stud. v.7(1/2): p.115-121 (1991)
In the series analytic: Women in agriculture/edited by M.B. Darque and R. Gasson. Paper presented at a Workshop at the World Congress for Rural Sociology, July 1988, Bologna, Italy.

1085. NAL Call No.: HT401.J68
The underemployment of American rural women: prevalence, trends and spatial inequality.

Lichter, D. T. J Rural Stud. v.5(2): p.199-208 (1989)
Includes references.

1086. NAL Call No.: TX311.S78
Use of interior design practices by Tennessee home demonstration club members and general homemakers.

Stinson, R. E. vii, 59 leaves. (University of Tennessee, Knoxville TN, 1980)
Thesis (M.S.)--University of Tennessee, Knoxville; bibliography: leaves 51-53;
Extension Repository Collection.

1087. NAL Call No.: 100 Id1 no.146
The use of time by farm women.

Crawford, I. Z. 14p. (University of Idaho, Agricultural Experiment Station, Moscow, Idaho, 1927)

1088. NAL Call No.: 100 Or3 no.256
Use of time by Oregon farm homemakers.

Wilson, M. M. M. 71p. (Agricultural Experiment Station, Oregon State Agricultural College, Corvallis, Ore. 1929)
Cover title.

1089. NAL Call No.: 100 So82 1 no.247
The use of time by South Dakota farm homemakers.

Wasson, G. E. 29p. (Agricultural Experiment Station, South Dakota State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, Brookings, S.D. 1930)
Cover title.

1090. NAL Call No.: HC107.A13A6
Using volunteers to help expectant mothers and their infants.

Landolt, T. Appalachia. v.18/19(6/1): p.35-39; ill. (1985 Fall)

1091. NAL Call No.: F739.M6H68
The UY Ranch: reminiscences of a Montana stockman's wife, 1912-1921.

Howard, H. A. xv, 197p. (Sunflower University Press, Manhattan, Kan., USA,
Includes index.

1092. NAL Call No.: 281.8 C16
Value of household and farm work: evidence from Alberta farm family data.

Fast, J. E.; Munro, B. Can J Agric Econ Rev Can Econ Rurale. v.39(1): p.137-150 (1991 Mar.)
Includes references.

1093. NAL Call No.: 277.8 J822
The value of household labor in antebellum northern agriculture.

Craig, L. A. J Econ Hist. v.51(1): p.67-81 (1991 Mar.)
Includes references.

1094. NAL Call No.: 280.8 J822
The value of the productive time of farm wives: Iowa, North Carolina, and Oklahoma.

Huffman, W. E. Am J Agric Econ. v.58(5): p.836-841 (1976)

1095. NAL Call No.: HT401.A36
Values and goals of Florida farm women: do they help the family farm survive.

Gladwin, C. H. Agric Hum Val. v.2(1): p.40-47 (1985 Winter)
Includes 28 references.

1096. NAL Call No.: HQ535.N37 R
Voice of American homemakers.

Arnold, E.; National Extension Homemakers Council (U.S.). (The Council, United States, 1985)
Consists of edited tapes and transcriptions of the interviews. v. 1. Index, Alaska, Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, Delaware, Florida. -- v. 2. Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland. -- v. 3. Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Mexic o. -- v. 4. North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon. -- v. 5. South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming.

1097. NAL Call No.: 166.2 N47
Wage discrimination suit costs cooperative Equal Pay Act, Clymore vs. FAR-MAR-CO, Inc., agricultural cooperatives, discrimination against women.

Baarda, J. R. Farmer Coop US Dep Agric Agric Coop Serv. v.50(5): p.19 (1983 Aug.)

1098. NAL Call No.: 166.2 N47
Watermark creates income, opportunity for rural women.

Doherty, M. Farmer Coop. v.60(4): p.4-9 (1993 July)

1099. NAL Call No.: HQ1421.T46
We didn't have much, but we sure had plenty: rural women in their own words.

Thomas, S. xviii, 174p. (Anchor Books, New York, 1989)

1100. NAL Call No.: 100 OR3OR
Whack to the future.

Curtin, E. Oreg Agric Prog Oreg Agric Exp Stn. v.34/35(4/1): p.20-22; ill. (1987 Spring-1987 Summer)

1101. NAL Call No.: S79.E3 no.346
What the farm woman can do to improve the economic status of her family.

Dickins, D. 18p. (Mississippi Agricultural Experiment Station, State College, Miss. 1940)

1102. NAL Call No.: HT401.J68
What work is real? Changing roles of farm and ranch wives in south-eastern Ohio.

Fink, V. S. J Rural Stud. v.7(1/2): p.17-22 (1991)
In the series analytic: Women in agriculture/edited by M.B. Darque and R. Gasson. Paper presented at a Workshop at the World Congress for Rural Sociology, July 1988, Bologna, Italy.

1103. NAL Call No.: S417.B5A35 1979
Wheat and woman.

Binnie Clark, G. xxxvii, 313p. (University of Toronto Press, Toronto; Buffalo, 1979)
Reprint, with new introductory material, of the 1914 ed. published by Bell & Cockburn, Toronto.

1104. NAL Call No.: 100 M668
When is women's work done.

Lewis, A. G. Minn Sci Agric Exp Stn. v.46(3): p.1 (1991)

1105. NAL Call No.: 6 F2212
When Mom's the teacher.

Seim, D. Farm J. v.113(10): p.34-35; ill. (1989 Aug.)

1106. NAL Call No.: HT401.S72
Who are the rural entrepreneurs.

Hoy, F. S. SRDC Ser South Rural Dev Cent. (97): p.7-14 (1987 Feb.)
Paper presented at the "National Rural Entrepreneurship Symposium," February 10-12, 1987, Knoxville, Tennessee.

1107. NAL Call No.: 275.28 J82
Who nurtures the nurturer.

Harmelink, R. I. J Ext. (25): p.18-20 (1987 Summer)

1108. NAL Call No.: HN49.C6D5
Whose ox is gored? A sociocultural model of impact distribution in resource development.

Hall, R. L. Differential social impacts of rural resource development/editor, Pamela D. Elkind Savatsky; associate editor, Judith D. Kaufman (Westview Press). p.61-87 (1986)
Includes references.

1109. NAL Call No.: TX361.W55W51 FandN E 4329
WIC migrant evaluation project.

Special Supplemental Food Program for Women Infants, and Children (U.S.). National Child Nutrition Project (New Brunswick, N.J.), forms; 3, iv, 100 leaves. (National Child Nutrition Project, New Brunswick, N.J., 1981)
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition Service, Special Supplemental Food Program for Women, Infants, and Children, grant no. 59-3198-9-81.

1110. NAL Call No.: HQ1.I53
Wife's agricultural work and decision involvement as related to marital satisfaction in Wisconsin farm families.

Linn, J. G.; Wilkening, E. A.; Husaini, B. A. Int J Sociol Fam. v.16(2): p.327-346 (1986 Autumn)
Includes references.

1111. NAL Call No.: 100 AL1H
Wife's off-farm employment affects marital relationships.

Smith, C. W. Highlights Agric Res Ala Agric Exp Stn. v.35(2): p.9; ill. (1988 Summer)

1112. NAL Call No.: HD6073.F652N72
Winds of change: women in Northwest commercial fishing.

Allison, C. J.; Jacobs, S. E.; Porter, M. A. xliv, 203p. (University of Washington Press, Seattle, WA,
Includes index.

1113. NAL Call No.: HC107.A13A6
WINGS: women entrepreneurs take flight.

Baldwin, F. Appalach. v.30(2): p.30-35 (1997 May-1997 Aug.)
Includes references

1114. NAL Call No.: 80 C49
WINNER--Women Involved in Nutrition and Natural Environmental Resources--works to improve image of agricultural chemicals [Public relations activities, United States].

Fisher, J. Citrus Ind. v.65(8): p.37-39 (1984 Aug.)

1115. NAL Call No.: HQ1419.J39
With these hands: women working on the land.

Jensen, J. M. 295p. (Feminist Press; McGraw-Hill, Old Westbury, N.Y.; New York, 1981)
Includes bibliographical references and index.

1116. NAL Call No.: TX1.H63
Wives employed off the farm: impact on lifestyle satisfaction.

Knaub, P. K.; Draughn, P. S.; Wozniak, P.; Little, L. F.; Smith, C.; Weeks, O. Home Econ Res J. v.17(1): p.36-46 (1988 Sept.)
Includes references.

1117. NAL Call No.: HQ1.J86
Wives' off-farm employment, farm family economic status, and family relationships.

Godwin, D. D.; Draughn, P. S.; Little, L. F.; Marlowe, J. J Marriage Fam. v.53(2): p.389-402 (1991 May)
Includes references.

1118. NAL Call No.: S501.2.G73
A woman in the wilderness.

Greider, M. and friends 134 p. (New Leaf Press, Harrison, Ark, 1976)
Bibliography: p. 133-134; Illustrator, Roy Martin

1119. NAL Call No.: 280.29 AM3A
Woman manager feels wives should be involved [Farmers' cooperatives].

Trumble, A. Am Coop, Am Inst Coop. p.309-310 (1974)

1120. NAL Call No.: SB371.N3
Woman's new place on the farm.

Heuser, L. Proc Annu Conv Natl Peach Council. (32): p.114-119 (1973)

1121. NAL Call No.: aHD1401.A2U52
The woman's role in agriculture.

Evans, M. R. Farmline (US Dep Agric Econ Res Serv.) v.3(11): p.10-11 (1982)

1122. NAL Call No.: 80 Am371
A woman's viewpoint.

Ehrlinger, C.; Hammond, K. Am Nurserym. v.178(8): p.83-89 (1993)

1123. NAL Call No.: 30.98 AG8
Woman's work in the Grange: Mary Ann Mayo of Michigan 1882-1903.

Marti, D. B. Agric Hist. v.56(2): p.439-452 (1982 Apr.)
Ref.

1124. NAL Call No.: SF85.A1R32
Women: a growing range resource.

Youtie, B. A. Rangelands. v.6(1): p.23-24; ill. (1984 Feb.)

1125. NAL Call No.: SB436.J6
Women: a new source of manpower in arboriculture.

Forgacs, S. J Arboric. v.10(2): p.50-54 (1984 Feb.)
Includes 4 references.

1126. NAL Call No.: 30.98 AG8
Women advocates in the Iowa farm crisis of the 1980s.

Friedberger, M. Agric Hist. v.67(2): p.224-234 (1993 Spring)
Special issue of the Fourth National Conference on American Rural and Farm Women in Historical Perspective, June 1992, University of California, Davis.

1127. NAL Call No.: HT401.A36
Women and agriculture.

Flora, C. B. Agric Hum Val. v.2(1): p.5-12 (1985)
Includes 13 references.

1128. NAL Call No.: 275.8 AG8
Women and agriculture--a two-year college student's view.

Gorman, P. Agric Educ. v.47(12): p.280, 282 (1975 June)

1129. NAL Call No.: T1.A6
Women and beekeeping.

Nixon, M. Appropriate Technol. v.9(3): p.13-15; ill. (1982)
4 ref.

1130. NAL Call No.: HD6073.A292U56
Women and farming: changing roles, changing structures.

Haney, W. G.; Knowles, J. B.; National Conference on American Farm Women in Historical Perspective (2nd: 1986: Madison, WI). xiv, 390p. (Westview Press, Boulder,
"Papers from the Second National Conference on American Farm Women in Historical Perspective, held in Madison, Wisconsin, on October 16-18, 1986"--Pref.

1131. NAL Call No.: 281.28 R88
Women and men in an energy boomtown: adjustment, alienation, and adaptation.

Feudenburg, W. R. Rural Sociol. v.46(2): p.220-244 (1981 Summer)
Bibliography p. 240-244.

1132. NAL Call No.: HN57.C68
Women and outwork in a nineteenth-century New England town: Fitzwilliam, New Hampshire.

Dublin, T. The Countryside in the age of capitalist transformation: essays in the social history of rural America/edited by Steven Hahn and Jonathan Prude (University of North Carolina Press). p.51-69 (1985)
Includes references.

1133. NAL Call No.: 30.98 AG8
Women and the farm revolt of the 1930s.

Pratt, W. C. Agric Hist. v.67(2): p.214-223 (1993 Spring)
Special issue of the Fourth National Conference on
American Rural and Farm Women in Historical Perspective, June 1992, University of California, Davis.

1134. NAL Call No.: 30.98 AG8
Women as agricultural landowners: what do we know about them.

Effland, A. B.; Rogers, D. M.; Grim, V. Agric Hist. v.67(2): p.235-261 (1993 Spring)
Special issue of the Fourth National Conference on American Rural and Farm Women in Historical Perspective, June 1992, University of California, Davis.

1135. NAL Call No.: 281.28 R88
Women as farm labor.

Reimer, B. Rural Sociol. v.51(2): p.143-155 (1986 Summer)
Includes 30 references.

1136. NAL Call No.: 281.28 R88
Women as farm landlords: does gender affect environmental decision-making on leased land.

Rogers, D. M.; Vandeman, A. M. Rural Sociol. v.58(4): p.560-568 (1993 Winter)
Includes references.

1137. NAL Call No.: 281.28 R88
Women as power actors: a comparative study of rural communities.

Bokemeier, J. L.; Tait, J. L. Rural Sociol. v.45(2): p.238-255 (1980 Summer)
33 ref.

1138. NAL Call No.: HD1405.I48
Women as stewards of natural resources and sustainable agriculture.

Drake, S. The portable symposium: an educ resour on int agric trade and dev for farm, church, and rural community groups (World Agriculture Project, Center for Rural Affairs). p.38-43 (1989)

1139. NAL Call No.: 1 Ag84Ab no.681
Women farm landlords in the United States.

Rogers, D. M.; Vandeman, A. M.; United States. Dept. of Agriculture. Economic Research Service. 11p.; ill., 1 map. (U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Economic Research Service, Washington, DC, 1993)
Caption title.

1140. NAL Call No.: aTX326.A1U5
Women farm operators.

Kalbacher, J. Z. Fam Econ Rev US Dep Agric Agric Res Serv. (4): p.17-21 (1983)
Includes 3 references.

1141. NAL Call No.: A281.9 AG83E
Women farmers in America.

Kalbacher, J. Z. ERS US Dep Agric Econ Res Serv. (679) 4p. (1982 Apr.)

1142. NAL Call No.: Fiche S 82 no.679
Women farmers in America.

Kalbacher, J. Z. 3p. (U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Economic Research Service, Washington, D.C. 1982)
Includes bibliographical references.

1143. NAL Call No.: S1.C185
Women for agriculture urge increased mechanization.

Harris, C. Calif Farmer Cent Ed. v.248(15): p.14 (1978 Sept.)

1144. NAL Call No.: 81 M58
Women for the survival of agriculture.

Heuser, L. Mich State Hort Soc Annu Report. (102nd): p.69-72 (1973)

1145. NAL Call No.: HN49.C6D5
Women: gemeinschaft in boomtowns.

Moen, E. W. Differential social impacts of rural resource development/editor, Pamela D. Elkind Savatsky; associate editor, Judith D. Kaufman (Westview Press). p.161-183 (1986)
Literature review.

1146. NAL Call No.: 280.29 Am3A
Women in agricultural cooperatives: 1970 through today.

Gossens, S. I. Am Coop. p.231-238 (1995)
Includes references.

1147. NAL Call No.: SF221.D335
Women in agriculture.

Drache, H. M. Dairy Sci Handb. (13): p.32-35 (1980)

1148. NAL Call No.: S1.A375
Women in agriculture.

Willman, J. A. Agrologist. v.5(4): p.9-11 (1976 Autumn)

1149. NAL Call No.: HD1775.S8R47 no.91-4
Women in agriculture: a summary of the 1990 research project and recommendations for extension.

Lafferty, R. S.; Franklin, D.; South Dakota State University. Economics Dept. 38, 1p.; map. (Economics Dept., South Dakota State University, Brookings, S.D., 1991)

1150. NAL Call No.: HD1775.S8E262 no.91 5
Women in agriculture: balancing family and farm: summary of the 1991 conference.

Lafferty, R. S.; Pflueger, B.; South Dakota State University. Economics Dept. 21p. (Economics Dept., South Dakota State University, Brookings, S.D., 1991)
"April 1991."

1151. NAL Call No.: HD1775.S8E262 no.90-3
Women in agriculture: challenging the future: summary of the 1990 conference.

Pflueger, B.; Lafferty, R.; South Dakota State University. Economics Dept. 23p. (Economics Dept., South Dakota State University, Brookings, S.D. 1990)
"July 1990."

1152. NAL Call No.: SF371.S43
Women in agriculture. Farm wives, farm management.

Drache, H. M. Sheep Goat Handb. (1): p.32-35 (1980)

1153. NAL Call No.: SF207.B4
Women in agriculture [Farmers' wives].

Drache, H. M. Beef Cattle Sci Handb. (Agriservices Foundation). (17): p.32-35 (1980)

1154. NAL Call No.: HD1761.A1M5 no.87-32
Women in agriculture: the U.S. experience.

Kinsey, J.; University of Minnesota. Dept. of Agricultural and Applied Economics. 29p. (Dept. of Agricultural and Applied Economics, University of Minnesota, St. Paul, Minn. 1987)
"October 1987."

1155. NAL Call No.: 1.90 C2OU8
Women in American agriculture [History].

Wiser, V.; Agricultural Outlook Conference, W. D. C. Natl Agric Outlook Conf. p.89-94 (1975)

1156. NAL Call No.: 59.9 IN83N
Women in American rice farming systems [Socio-economic organisation of agricultural production].

Dey. J. Newsl Int Rice Comm. v.32(2): p.1-4 (1983)

1157. NAL Call No.: 281.9 P942
Women in farm organizations.

Baquet, G. Proc Annu Prof Agric Work Conf. (47th): p.87-89 (1989)
In the series analytic: Outreach to the Rural Disadvantaged: issues and strategies for the 21st century/edited by N. Baharanyi, R. Zabawa, W. Hill. Meeting held December 3-5, 1989, Tuskegee, Alabama.

1158. NAL Call No.: HQ1459.C34M3
Women in rural life: the changing scene.

McGhee, M.; Ontario. Ministry of Agriculture and Food. 72p. (Ontario Ministry of Agriculture and Food, Toronto, 1984?)
Cover title.

1159. NAL Call No.: 281.28 R88
Women in rural sociology.

Flora, C. B. Rural Sociol. v.37(3): p.454-462 (1972 Sept.)

1160. NAL Call No.: HA631.5.N48
Women in South Dakota.
Newsl Dep Rural Sociol Agric Exp Stn S D State Univ. v.1(7): p.5 (1987 Feb.)
Includes statistical data.

1161. NAL Call No.: 100 C12CAG
Women in the agricultural labor market.

Wood, J. B.; Dupre, D. H.; Thompson, O. E. Calif Agric Calif Agric Exp Stn. v.35(9/10): p.16-18 (1981 Sept.)

1162. NAL Call No.: 30.98 AG8
Women in the agricultural settlement of the northern [American] plains.

Hargreaves, M. W. M. Agric Hist. v.50(1): p.179-189 (1976 Jan.)

1163. NAL Call No.: GB578.15.C3
Women in the Winnipeg garment industry, 1950s-1970s.

Lepp, A.; Millar, D.; Roberts, B. Can Plains Proc. (18): p.149-172 (1987)
Paper presented at a conference on "First days, fighting days: women in Manitoba history," January 24-25, 1985, University of Manitoba, Winnepeg, Manitoba.

1164. NAL Call No.: S544.3.N7A4
Women lease more farmland than men, but exert less control.

Agfocus Publ Cornell Coop Ext Orange Cty.
p.13 (1992 June)

1165. NAL Call No.: 1 EX892EX
Women 'man' tractors with new know-how.

Dreiman, L. N.; U.S. Extension Service. Ext Serv Rev US Dept Agric. v.45(5): p.8-9 (1974 Sept.)

1166. NAL Call No.: 277.8 J822
Women, marital status, and work opportunities in 1880 Colorado.

Herr, E. J Econ Hist. v.55(2): p.339-366 (1995 June)
Includes references.

1167. NAL Call No.: HD1485.N39M37 1991
Women of the Grange: mutuality and sisterhood in rural America, 1866-1920.
Marti, D. B. viii, 157p. (Greenwood Press, New York, 1991)
Includes bibliographical references (p. 145-152) and index.

1168. NAL Call No.: HD9433.U5T42 1993
Women of the range: women's roles in the Texas beef cattle industry. 1st ed.

Maret, E. xxiv, 152p. (Texas A&M University Press, College Station, 1993)
Includes bibliographical references and index.

1169. NAL Call No.: 100 C12CAG
Women on commercial farms.

Thompson, O. E.; Gwynn, D.; Sharp, C. Calif Agric Calif Agric Exp Stn. v.39(5/6): p.21-22; ill. (1985 May-1985 June)

1170. NAL Call No.: 6 W55
Women on the farm: their work is vital.

Crops Soils Mag.
v.37(2): p.10-11; ill. (1984 Nov.)

1171. NAL Call No.: F386.5.T47 1986
Women on the land.

Allen, M. M. Texas country: the changing rural scene (1st ed.)/edited by Glen E. Lich and Dona B. Reeves Marquardt (Texas A&M University). p.119-134 (1986)
Includes references.

1172. NAL Call No.: 281.28 R88
Women on the threshold: an analysis of rural women in local politics (1921-1941).

Hallowell, A. Rural Sociol. v.52(4): p.510-521 (1987 Winter)
Includes references.

1173. NAL Call No.: HN59.2.R87
Women Rural life, USA.

Haney, W. G. Rural Society in the U.S.: issues for the 1980s/edited by Don A. Dillman and Daryl J. Hobbs (Westview Press). p.124-135 (1982)
29 ref.

1174. NAL Call No.: 275.8 Ag8
Women's changing role in the Young Farmer Association.

Webb, A. Agric Educ Mag. v.68(12): p.11-12, 16, 19 (1996 June)
Includes references.

1175. NAL Call No.: S401.A45
Women's contribution to the survival of the family farm.

Downie, M. Agriculture, change and human values: proceedings, multidisciplinary conference Oct 18 21, 1982 . (1): p.296-316 (1983)
Includes 68 references.

1176. NAL Call No.: 280.8 J822
Women's employment issues: discussion.

Gladwin, C. H.; Staudt, K. Amer J Agric Econ. v.65(5): p.1055-1057 (1983)
Includes 11 references.

1177. NAL Call No.: HD4904.25.F35
Women's inequality and the family.

Smith, D. E. Families and work . p.23-54 (1987)
Includes references.

1178. NAL Call No.: HT401.J68
Women's off-farm work and gender stratification.

Deseran, F. A.; Simpkins, N. R. J Rural Stud. v.7(1/2): p.91-97 (1991)
In the series analytic: Women in agriculture/edited by M.B. Darque and R. Gasson. Paper presented at a Workshop at the World Congress for Rural Sociology, July 1988, Bologna, Italy.

1179. NAL Call No.: HT401.A36
Women's reactions to job loss: The moral dilemmas of a plant closing.

Smith, S. Agric Hum Val. v.8(3): p.33-45 (1991 Summer)
In the special issue: Rural economic development/edited by M.B. Lapping and H.M. Jacobs.

1180. NAL Call No.: HD1476.D44A36
Women's role in small farm agriculture.

Fortmann, L. Agroecology and small farm development . p.35-43 (1990)
Includes references.

1181. NAL Call No.: 281.28 R88
Women's roles and family production among the Old Order Amish Pennsylvania.

Ericksen, J.; Klein, G. Rural Sociol. v.46(2): p.282-296 (1981 Summer)
Bibliography p. 295-296.

1182. NAL Call No.: 1 Ag84B no.719
Women's rural organizations and their activities.

Evans, A. M. 15p.; ill., maps. (U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Washington, D.C., 1918)

1183. NAL Call No.: 1.6 SO3S
Women's soil conservation tour for farm managers, Texas.

Post, L. J. Soil Conserv. v.45(2): p.14-15 (1979 Sept.)

1184. NAL Call No.: HC110.I5C5
Women's wage labor as an adjustment strategy in changing nonmetropolitan communities in the United States.

Christopherson, S. 37, 28 leaves; ill., map. (University of Arizona?, Tucson, Ariz.?, 1988?)
"Research .. support by the Rural Economic Policy Program of the Aspen Institute and by the Ford Foundation."

1185. NAL Call No.: HT401.A36
Women's work in the U.S.: variations by regions.

Sachs, C. Agric Hum Val. v.2(1): p.31-39 (1985 Winter)
Includes references.

1186. NAL Call No.: HQ1106.W65 1987
Women's work, women's worth: selected proceedings of the University of South Dakota's Fourth Annual Women's Research Conference.

Fix, V. L.; Gasque, A. T.; Johnson, L. C.; Women's Research Conference (4th: 1987: University of South Dakota). ix, 89p. (Women's Research Conference, University of South Dakota, Vermillion, S.D., 1988)
On cover: Woman's worth, woman's work.

1187. NAL Call No.: 100 T31TE
Women--the invisible Texans Includes rural areas.

Chenoweth, L.; Maret, E. Tex Agric Prog Tex Agric Exp Stn. v.25(3): p.28-30 (1979 Summer)

1188. NAL Call No.: 275.293 G29
Women told how to help mold future [Women in agriculture, Georgia Farm Bureau Federation Women's Conference].

Ga Farm Bur News.
v.46(4): p.1 (1984 Apr.)

1189. NAL Call No.: HT401.J68
Women, work and the evolution of agriculture.

Shaver, F. M. J Rural Stud. v.7(1/2): p.37-43 (1991)
In the series analytic: Women in agriculture/edited by M.B. Darque and R. Gasson. Paper presented at a Workshop at the World Congress for Rural Sociology, July 1988, Bologna, Italy.

1190. NAL Call No.: HD6073.P462W6 R
Women workers in Hawaii's pineapple industry. Women pineapple workers.

University of Hawaii at Manoa. Ethnic Studies Oral History Project. 2v. various pagings. (Ethnic Studies Oral History Project, Ethnic Studies Program, University of Hawaii, Manoa, Manoa, Honolulu, 1979)
"... Slightly edited transcriptions of interviews conducted by the Ethnic Studies Oral History Project, University of Hawaii at Manoa."

1191. NAL Call No.: HT401.R47
The work of farm women: a Midwestern study.

Fassinger, P. A.; Schwarzweller, H. K. Res Rural Sociol Dev. (1): p.37-60 (1984)
Includes references.

1192. NAL Call No.: 284.9 M58
Work patterns of farm wives in mid-Michigan.

Fassinger, P. A.; Schwarzweller, H. K. Res Rep Mich State Univ Agric Exp Stn. (425) 19p. (1982 Jan.)
41 ref.

1193. NAL Call No.: 281.28 R88
Work statuses and occupations of men and women in farm families and the structure of farms Kentucky survey, United States.

Coughenour, C. M.; Swanson, L. Rural Sociol. v.48(1): p.23-43 (1983 Spring)
Includes references.

1194. NAL Call No.: HT390.G74
The worktrip of rural non-metropolitan women in Iowa.

Peters, A. H.; MacDonald, H. I. Growth Change (College of Business and Economics, University of Kentucky). v.25(3): p.3) (1994 Summer)
Includes references.

1195. NAL Call No.: MeU Univ. 1991 K27
"Worthy and fundamental": domesticity and home economics extension work in Maine, 1919-1939.
Karmen, A. L. iii, 86p. (University of Maine, Orono, 1991)
Includes vita.

1196. NAL Call No.: HQ1410.W75
Writings of farm women, 1840-1940: an anthology.

Fairbanks, C.; Haakenson, B. xvi, 379p. (Garland, New York, 1990)
Includes bibliographical references and index.

1197. NAL Call No.: 81 W273
WWSA Washington Women for the Survival of Agriculture.

Allison, M. P. Wash State Hortic Assoc Proc. (74th): p.91-96 (1978)

1198. NAL Call No.: 81 W273
WWSA Washington Women for the Survival of Agriculture--what is it? What does it mean? What could it mean to you.

Gilbert, M. M. Wash State Hortic Assoc Proc. (74th): p.86-90 (1978)

1199. NAL Call No.: TX1.N62
Yearbook - North Carolina Extension Homemakers Association.

North Carolina Extension Homemakers Association. (The Association, Raleigh?, 1975-)
Supersedes: North Carolina Organization of Home Demonstration Clubs, yearbook.(TX1.N6)

1200. NAL Call No.: 100 N813B
Yes, they really did homestead.

Lindgren, H. E. ND Farm Res ND Agric Exp Stn. v.48(1): p.21-24; ill. (1990 July-1990 Aug.)
Includes references.

1201. NAL Call No.: 30.98 AG8
"You may depend she does not eat much idle bread": Mid-Atlantic farm women and their historians.

Jensen, J. M. Agric Hist. v.61(1): p.29-46 (1987 Winter)
Includes references.

1202. NAL Call No.: HC137.O27M37
Zapotec viajeras [Women in farm products marketing].

Chinas, B. In Markets in Oaxaca. S. Cook & M. Diskin, eds. p.169-188 (1976)

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