Resources for Immigrant Women in the Promised Land

Mary Antin in 1916 with group of Children from Settlement House

Goose Girl plaque by Saturday Evening Girls now at the main branch of the Boston Public Library

For Books & Web Sites about Mary Antin & The Promised Land

Full on-line text of The Promised Land by Mary Antin from BUILD-A-BOOK Initiative at the Celebration of Women Writers

Recent edition of The Promised Land by Mary Antin, 2000: Classic Books

Illustrated primary level book on Mary Antin Streets of Gold Picture Book about Mary Antin by Rosemary Wells, Dan Andreasen, 1999: Dial Books for Young Readers

Article on Mary Antin and her insights on language learning "Both joined and separate": English, Mary Antin, and the rhetoric of identification by Sean Butler, 2002: MELUS quarterly journal, published by the Society for the Study of the Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States

For more Books & Web Sites about Immigrant Women & Saturday Evening Girls

Immigrant American Women Role Models: Fifteen Inspiring Biographies, 1850-1950 by Moira Davison Reynold 1997: McFarland & Company

Saturday Evening Girls and Paul Revere Pottery

Saturday Evening Girls

"The Boston Women's Memorial Curriculum Writing for Change: The Power of Women's Words" (contact BWHT for availability and ordering information)

Boston Women's Heritage Trail Guidebook

Women's International Center History of Women in America

National Women's History Project Living the Legacy: The Women's Rights Movement 1848 - 1998

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