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Nineteenth Century Childhoods in Interdisciplinary and International Perspectives

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Foreword Sally Crawford List of Contributors and Author Biographies Acknowledgements Introduction: Nineteenth Century Childhoods in Interdisciplinary and International Perspectives Jane Eva Baxter and Meredith Ellis Part 1: Children, Nationalism, and Dimensions of Identity The Manipulation of Indigenous Imagery to Represent Canadian Childhood and Nationhood in 19th Century Canada Loren Lerner Laying the foundation of `modern childhood' in Russia: the child protection movement and the changing symbolic value of children, 1861-1917 Natalia Chernyaeva Imagining Futures: Margaret Fuller and Nathaniel Hawthorne on Women, Children, and History Gina Ocasion Part 2: Children on the Move: Immigration, Emigration, and Deportation British Children, Canadian Adults: Childhood Emigration to Canada in the Late-Nineteenth Century. Steven J. Taylor Transported beyond the Seas: Criminal Juveniles Emma Watkins Part 3: Children, Consumerism, and Advertising "He knows a good thing when he sees it!": Advertising to Children in the U.S., 1850-1900 Jaclyn N. Schultz Creating Desire and Little Consumers: Doll Advertising in U.S. Newspapers, 1860-1900 Katherine Mumma and Jane Eva Baxter Part 4: Institutions for Children and Children in Institutions Education, Race and Nation-building in an Archipelago: Nineteenth-Century Bahamian Out Island Schools John Daniel Burton It Takes a Village: Raising Patriots in 19th-Century Romania Ana Fumurescu The Bedford Asylum: Building for the `Industrious Child' in early-nineteenth century Dublin. Katherine Fennelly Nineteenth century institutional "education": A spatial approach to assimilation and resistance at Hoopa Valley Indian School Paulina F. Przystupa Part 5: Children's Bodies and Children's Lives `The lowness of stature, the leanness and the paleness': childhood nutritional health in 19th-century England Holly Hunt-Watts, University of Leeds A Tool for Moral Uplift: The Sacralization and Commemoration of a 19th-Century Child Actress Shauna Vey, NYC College of Technology/City University of New York

About the Author

Jane Eva Baxter is an Associate Professor of Anthropology at DePaul University in Chicago, USA. She is a historical (post-medieval) archaeologist who has written extensively on the archaeology of children and childhood including The Archaeology of Childhood: Children, Gender, and Material Culture. Meredith A.B. Ellis is an Assistant Professor of Anthropology at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, USA. She is an historical bioarchaeologist who focuses on social bioarchaeology and studies subadult skeletal remains, particularly within the context of the nineteenth century United States.

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