THE ANNOTATED EVA GAY:
An Undercover Tour of Industrial Minneapolis
by Joseph Hart

Publisher:  University of Minnesota Press

Pub Date:  Spring 2004

Format:   Hardcover

Brief Description
A rare, firsthand look at the working life of 19th century Minnesota women.
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A rare, firsthand look at the working life of 19th century Minnesota women. Unlike Riis’s How The Other Half Lives, which forever changed our sense of New York City--and America--Valesh never turned her newspaper columns into a book, so the public has been deprived of her unique first-hand account of the industrial revolution as it affected women in the Midwest. THE ANNOTATED EVA GAY aims to correct this omission.
          The book will consist of the text of Valesh’s columns fully annotated with historical photographs and carefully researched footnotes that provide intelligent commentary and context for modern readers. THE ANNOTATED EVA GAY will interest scholars and general readers and will paint a tangible, compelling portrait of 19th century Minneapolis.


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