The following list of selected materials on women in New Jersey is an update and supplement to an essential source: New Jersey Women, 1770-1970: A Bibliography by Elizabeth Steiner-Scott and Elizabeth Pearce Wagle. Published in 1978 by Fairleigh Dickinson Press, it is the best place to begin a search for New Jersey women's topics.
The present bibliography includes items published after 1970 and a few before 1970 that were omitted from the Steiner-Scott and Wagle book. Our primary goal is to locate magazine and journal articles written since 1970 specifically on New Jersey women. This is a work-in-progress. More books, articles, government documents, and dissertations will be added as sources are identified. Users are invited to submit additional citations.
This bibliography is compiled by Patricia A. Beaber, Roscoe L. West Library, The College of New Jersey. Updated, April 30, 2003
Copyright 2001, The Women's Project of New Jersey, Inc.
Hodges, Graham Russell. Root and Branch: African Americans in New York and East Jersey, 1613-1836. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1999.
Lobdell, Jared C., ed. Silvia Dubois: A Biografy of the Slav Who Whipt Her Mistress and Gand Her Freedom. New York: Oxford University Press, 1988.
Marshall, Kenneth E. “Work, Family and Day-to-Day Survival on an Old Farm: Nance Melick, A Rural Late Eighteenth- and Early Nineteenth-Century New Jersey Slave Woman.” Slavery & Abolition 19 no. 3 (1998): 22-45.
Moses, Sibyl Elizabeth. African American Women Writers in New Jersey, 1836-2000. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2003.
Moses, Sibyl Elizabeth. "The Identifcation and Bibliographic Control of Publications by African American Women Writers in New Jersey." Ph. D. diss., University of Illinois, 1995.
New Jersey: The Afro-American Experience. Newark, NJ: New Jersey Historical Society, 1981.
Thornton, Yvonne S. The Ditchdigger’s Daughters: A Black Family’s Astonishing Success Story. Replica Books, 1999.
Toombes, Earnestine. “Jeanette Lake Cascone (August 10, 1918-September 29, 1998): Encouraging Youth and Families, Teaching African-American History.” Journal of Negro History 84, no.2 (1999): 214-215.
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Jensen, Joan M. “ ‘You May Depend She Does Not Eat Much Idle Bread:’ Mid-Atlantic Farm Women and Their Historians.” Agricultural History 61, no. 1 (1987): 29-46.
Sawada, Mitziko. “After the Camps: Seabrook Farms, New Jersey, and the Resettlement of Japanese Americans, 1944-47.” Amerasia Journal 13, no. 2 (1986-87): 117-136.
Webster, Nancy V. and Clarissa F. Dillon, eds. Margaret Morris, Burlington, N.J., 1804 Gardening Memorandom. Chillicothe, IL: American Botanist Booksellers, 1996.
White, Elizabeth C. The Blueberry Culture (papers presented to the American Pomological Society, 1920 and 1936).
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Bernarda Bryson Shahn: The Continuing Creative Journey: March 25-April 24, 1987, Women Artist Series at the Mabel Smith Douglass Library, Douglass College. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, 1987.
Borland, Kathryn and Helen Speicher. “The Celebrated Mrs. Wright.” American History Illustrated 10, no. 10 (1976): 10-13.
Bryson, Bernarda. The Vanishing American Frontier: Bernarda Bryson Shahn and Her Historical Lithographs Created for the Resettlement Administration of FDR. New York:Wien American, 1995.
Cox, Richard W. “Wanda Gag: The Bite of the Picture Book.” Minnesota History 44, no. 7 (1975): 238-254.
Cummins, Virginia Raymond. “Hannah Jones, Her Work.” New Jersey Historical Society Proceedings 82, no. 1 (1964): 47-49.
Ficarra, Marianne and Ferris Olin, eds. Mary H. Dana Women Artists Series, 1971-1996: 25th Year Retrospective. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, 1996.
Hoyle, Karen Nelson. “A Children’s Classic: Millions of Cats.” Manuscripts 31, no. 4 (1979): 254-267.
Hoyle, Karen Nelson. Wanda Gag. New York: Twayne, 1994
Olin, Ferris. “Thawing the Chilly Climate: Two Decades of Women Artists at DouglassCollege.” Journal of the Rutgers University Libraries 54, no. 1 (1992): 28-33.
“Patience Lovell Wright: A Lady of Uncommon Talent.” Crossroads: A Regular Bulletin for New Jersey Students 10 (1973): 5.
Sellers, Charles Coleman. Patience Wright: American Artist and Spy in George III’s London. Middletown, CT: Wesleyan University Press, 1976.
Sheehan, Jack. “Anna Lindner, 1845-1922.” New Jersey History 96, no. 1-2 (1978): 69.
Smith, Beryl. "The Mary H. Dana Women Artists Series: From Idea to Institution." Journal of theRutgers University Libraries 54, no.1 (1992): 4-16.
White, Margaret E. “Antiquer’s Attic: Weavers of New Jersey." New Jersey Historical Society Proceedings 82, no. 4 (1964) : 283-288.
White, Margaret, E. “Sampler, Exampler, Sam-Cloth.” New Jersey Historical Society Proceedings 83, no. 1 (1965 ): 45-48.
Winnan, Audur H. “Wanda Gag: A Catalogue Raisonne of the Prints.” Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1993.
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Crocco, Margaret Smith. “Women of New Jersey: Charting a Path to Full Citizenship, 1879-1920.” New Jersey History 115, no. 3-4 (1997): 37-59.
Dresner, Zita. “Heterodite Humor: Alice Duer Miller and Florence Guy Seabury.” Journal of American Culture 10, no. 3 (1987): 33-38.
Kihlstrom, Mary F. “The Morristown Female Charitable Society.” Journal of Presbyterian History 58, no. 3 (1980): 255-272.
Klawann, Margaret. “New Women of Suburbia: A Study of the Quiet Hour Club of
Metuchen, New Jersey from 1895-1899.” Journal of the Rutgers University Libraries 46, no.2 (1984): 91+.
Quiet Hour Club of Metuchen Staff. Quiet Voices: Reflections of Twentieth Century Women. Xlibris, 2000.
Williams, Grace Mathis, ed. A Century of Challenge: New Jersey Federation of Women's Clubs, First 100 Years. New Brunswick, NJ: The Federation, 1994.
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Diamant, Lincoln, ed. Revolutionary Women in the War for American Independence: A One- Volume Revised Edition of Elizabeth Ellet's 1848 Landmark Series. Westport, CT: Praeger, 1998.
Ferman, Arlene, Helene Svihra, and Grace Aqualina. Better than Our Best: Women of Valor in American History. Boston: Brandon Publishing, 1990.
Murrin, Mary R., ed. Women in New Jersey History: Papers Presented at the Thirteenth Annual New Jersey History Symposium, December 5, 1981. Trenton: New Jersey Historical Commission, 1985.
Smith, Mary L. Mount Holly Women Who Cared. Mount Holly, NJ: n. p., 1996
Women’s Project of New Jersey. New Jersey Women’s History Posters. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University, Consortium for Educational Equity, 1991.
Women’s Project of New Jersey. Past and Promise: Lives of New Jersey Women. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 1997 (rev.ed.) and Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow Press, 1990.
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Brown, Peggy Ann. “Not Your Usual Boardinghouse Types: Upton Sinclair's Helicon Home Colony, 1906-1907.” Ph.D. diss., George Washington University, 1993.
Hartman, Dorothy White. “Women in Utopia: The Ideal and the Real at the North American Phalanx.” Women’s Spheres: Celebrating 300 Years of Women in Middlesex County and New Jersey. North Brunswick, NJ: Middlesex Cultural and Heritage Commission, 1985.
Kaplan, Lawrence. “A Utopia During the Progressive Era: The Helicon Home Colony, 1906-1907.” American Studies 25, no. 2 (1984): 59-73.
Mullaney, Marie Marmo. “Feminism, Utopianism, and Domesticity: The Career of Rebecca Buffam Spring, 1811-1911.” New Jersey History 104, no. 3-4 (1986): 1-21
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Cole, Simon A. “From the Sexual Pschopath Statute to “Megan’s Law”: Psychiatric Knowledge in the Diagnosis, Treatment, and Adjudication of Sex Criminals in New Jersey, 1949-1999.” Journal of the History of Medicine & Allied Sciences 55, no. 3 (2000): 392-314.
Curcio, William Thomas. “Domestic Abuse, Sexual Trauma, and Welfare Receipt: The Prevalence, Effects, and Implications for Poverty Theory.” Ph. D. diss., Rutgers University, 1999.
Domestic Violence: A Guide to the Legal Rights of Battered Women in New Jersey. 2nd ed. Edison, NJ: Legal Services of New Jersey, 1995.
Domestic Violence: The Law and You. Trenton, NJ: Division on Women, Office for the Prevention of Violence against Women, 1995.
Kunstler, William Moses. The Hall-Mills Murder Case: The Minister and the Choir Singer. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 1980.
Lefkowitz, Bernard. Our Guys: The Glen Ridge Rape and the Secret Life of the Perfect Suburb. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1997.
Myers, Sara E. Domestic Violence: A Guide for Educators. Trenton, NJ: State of New Jersey. Dept. of Community Affairs. Division on Women, 1987.
New Jersey. Commission on Sex Discrimination in the Statutes. Legislative Responses to Violence against Women in New Jersey: A Report of the Commission to Study [i.e. Commission on] Sex Discrimination in the Statutes. Trenton, NJ: State of New Jersey, Commission on Sex Discrimination in the Statues, 1995.
O'Dea, Colleen. “Safe at Home? Justice Advances for Domestic Violence Victims.” New Jersey Reporter 25, no. 3 (1995): 14-19.
Schweber, Claudine and Clarice Feinman. "The Impact of Legally Mandated Change on Women Prisoners." Women & Politics 4, no.3 (1984): 1-10.
Shaw, Douglas V. “Infanticide in New Jersey: A Nineteenth Century Case Study.” New Jersey History 115, no. 1-2 (1997): 3-31.
United States Commission on Civil Rights. New Jersey Advisory Committee. Battered Women in New Jersey: A Report. Washington, DC: Commission on Civil Rights, 1981.
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Clark, Elizabeth. “Matrimonial Bonds: Slavery and Divorce in Nineteenth-Century America.” Law and History Review 8, no.1 (1990): 25-54. [Elizabeth Cady Stanton].
Glading, Jo Astrid. “All in the Family: Angry Fathers Sway the Debate over Divorce.” New Jersey Reporter 27(4): 6-11.
May, Elaine Tyler. “In-Laws and Out-Laws: Divorce in New Jersey.” In Women in New Jersey: Papers Presented at the Thirteenth Annual New Jersey History Symposium, December 5, 1981, Mary R. Murrin, ed. Trenton, NJ: New Jersey Historical Commission, 1985.
Sheppard, Annamay T. "Women, Families, and Equity: Was Divorce Reform a Mistake?"Women's Rights Law Reporter 12, no. 3 (1990): 143-152.
Walroth, Joanne Ruth. “Beyond Legal Remedy: Divorce in Seventeenth Century Woodbridge, New Jersey.” New Jersey History 105, no. 3-4 (1987): 1-35.
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Cavin, Susan and Amy Siskind. "Gender, Identity, and Faculty Ethnicity in the Engineering/Science Classroom." Paper presented at the American Sociological Association, 1996.
Douglass, Mabel Smith. The Early History of New Jersey College for Women: Personal Recollections. New Brunswick, NJ: New Jersey College for Women, 1929, 1928.
Douglass, Mabel Smith. Mabel Smith Douglass Papers. [Microform; 3 reels] Mabel Smith Douglass Library, Rutgers University, 1877-1963.
Ermel, Sandra, ed. and comp.Douglass Through the Decades. New Brunswick, NJ: Douglass College, [1984?]. Reprinted from the college yearbook: Quair, 1984.
Johnston, Judith L. “Telling Our Stories: The Academy and Change.” Women’s Studies Quarterly 18, no. 3-4 (1990):119-127.
Kerr, Theresa K. [Diaries]. 4 vols. New Jersey: T. Kerr, 1931-1935. Lurie, Maxine N. “Library History Materials at Rutgers, Including Archives Relating to the
New Jersey College for Women Library School and the Founding of the Rutgers Graduate School of Library and Information Studies.” Journal of the Rutgers University Libraries 43, no.2 (1981): 41-65 .
McMahon, Lucia and Deborah Schriver, eds. To Read My Heart: The Journal of Rachel Van Dyke, 1830-1811. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2000.
Morris, Celia, Andrew Christie, Jeremy Nobel, and Margit Roos. [no title: interview with 4 Princeton undergraduates]. Change 5, no. 5 (1973) 36-41.
Mullaney, Marie Marmo. “The New Jersey College for Women: Middle Class Respectability and Proto-feminism, 1911-1918.” Journal of the Rutgers University Libraries 42, no.1 (1980): 26-39 [Douglass College].
New Jersey in the Classroom. Upper Montclair, NJ: Educational Media Association of New Jersey, 1978.
Ortlip, Carol A. We Became like a Hand: A Story of Five Sisters. Ballantine Books, 2002.
Poulson, Susan L. "A Quiet Revolution: The Transition to Coeducation at Georgetown and Rutgers Colleges, 1960-1975." Ph.D. diss., Georgetown University, 1989.
Poulson, Susan L. "The Uses of Women for the Education of Men: The Coeducation Debate at Rutgers, 1960-1975." New Jersey History 116, no. 1-2 (1998): 58-79.
Simmons, Adele. “Princeton’s Women.” Change 9, no.12 (1977): 42-44.
Stryker-Rodda, Harriet Mott. “Arlington Remembered.” Proceedings of the New Jersey Historical Society 84, no. 1 (1966): 30-43.
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Boxer, Elaine L. "Women and the Employee/Fringe Benefit System: The Case of Registered Nurses in New Jersey." D. S. W. diss., Columbia University, 1993.
Chasek, Arlene S. Futures Unlimited: Real People, Real Jobs, Posters. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University, Consortium for Educational Equity, 1985
Englander, Susan Lyn. “Rational Womanhood: Lilllian M. Gilbreth and the Use of Psychology in Scientific Management, 1914-1935.” Ph.D. diss., University of California at Los Angeles, 1999.
Faulk, Patricia Rooney. “Gender and Power in the Twentieth-Century: Mary G. Roebling, Pioneer Woman Banker.” Ph.D. diss., University of Pennsylvania, 1992.
Gilbreth, Lillian Moller. As I Remember: An Autobiography. Norcross, GA: Engineering & Management Press, 1998.
Goble, Adelia. The Diaries of Adelia Goble: A Maid’s View of Point Pleasant, N.J., 1902-1905. Tom’s River, NJ: Ocean County Historical Society, 2000.
Graham, Laurel D. “Domesticating Efficiency: Lillian Gilbreth’s Scientific Management of Homemakers, 1924-1930.” Signs 24, no. 3 (1999): 633-675
Graham, Laurel Diane. “Lillian Moller Gilbreth’s Extensions of Scientific Management into Women’s Work, 1924-1935.” Ph.D. diss., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1992.
Graham, Laurel. Managing on Her Own: Dr. Lillian Gilbreth and Women's Work in the Interwar Era. Norcross, GA: Engineering & Management Press, 1998.
Hulme, Marilyn A. Real People, Real Jobs: Posters for the 80’s. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University, Consortium for Educational Equity, 1981.
Juman, Barbara and Bette B. Bland. Just Between Sisters: Futures Unlimited, Posters. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University,Condortium for Educational Equity, 1986.
Lancaster, Jane Lesley. “Wasn’t She the Mother in Cheaper by the Dozen: A Life of Lillian Moller Gilbreth, 1878-1972.” Ph.D. diss., Brown University, 1998.
Paules, Greta. Dishing It Out: Power and Resistance among Waitresses in a New Jersey Restaurant. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1991.
Rovi, Sue. "Employing Gender: Industrial Home Workers in the 1990 New Jersey Census." Paper presented at American Sociological Association, 1995.
Sullivan, Sherry E. “Management’s Unsung Theorist: An Examination of the Works of Lillian M. Gilbreth.” Biography 18, no. 1 (1995): 31-41.
Thatcher, Ronald. “Employment of Women in New Jersey 1960-1985.” New Jersey Economic Indicators , no.269 (1987):11+.
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DeSalvo, Louise. Vertigo: A Memoir.New York: Dutton, 1996.
Nuxoll, Elizabeth M. “Illegitimacy, Family Status, and Property in the Early Republic: The
Morris-Croxall Family of New Jersey.” New Jersey History 113, no. 3-4 (1995): 3-21
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Aron, Michael. Governor’s Race: A TV Reporter’sChronicle of the 1993 Florio/Whitman Campaign. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 1994.
Barr, Stephen. "She's Gotta Have It." New Jersey Monthly 22, no. 3 (1997): 56-66. (Career history of Christine Todd Whitman)
Beard, Patricia. Growing Up Republican: Conversations with Christine Todd Whitman. New York: HarperCollins, 1996
Bogosian, Theodore. Mrs. Fenwick Went to Washington. United States: WETA-TV, 1991. Videocassette.
Caffrey, Mary. “Whitman on Women: Does a Governor's Gender Matter?” New Jersey Reporter 25, no. 1 (1995): 18-25.
Chasan, Alice. “The Iron Magnolia: Wynona Lipman Makes Her Mark.” New Jersey Reporter 18, no.2 (1988): 14-19.
Colangelo, Lisa L. “Bridging the Gap: What Women Voters Really Want.” New Jersey Reporter 26, no. 3 (1996):8-13.
Craig, Warren. “Majority Leaders.” New Jersey Reporter 13, no. 4 (1983): 24-28.
Gardner, Jim. "Against the Tide." New Jersey Monthly 24, no. 12 (1999): 58-59, 88-90. (Christine Todd Whitman)
Golden, Carl. "Whitman-Florio II: Will There Be a Rematch?" New Jersey Reporter 28, no. 7 (1999): 20-27.
Kruger, Karen J. “Rediscovering the New Jersey E.R.A: The Key to Successful Sex Discrimination Litigation” Rutgers Law Journal 17, (1986): 253-281.
Lurie, Maxine. "The Twisted Path to Greater Equality: Women and the 1947 Constitution." New Jersey History 117, no. 1-2 (1999): 39-58.
Mackey, Betty Barr. “Not One of the Boys.” New Jersey Reporter 9, no. 3 (1979): 30-32.
McClure, Sandy. Christie Whitman for the People: A Political Biography. Amherst, NY: Prometheus Books, 1996.
McCormick, Richard P. and Katheryne C. McCormick. Equality Deferred: Women Candidates for the New Jersey Assembly, 1920-1993. New Brunswick, NJ: Center for the
American Woman and Politics, Eagleton Institute of Politics, Rutgers University, 1994.
Mitchell, Gary. “Women Standing for Women: The Early Political Career of Mary T. Norton.” New Jersey History 96, no. 1-2 (1978): 27-42.
New Jersey's Women Legislators, 1921-1995. Trenton, NJ: Fitzgerald’s New Jersey Legislative Manual, 1995.
Rees, Maureen. “Mary Norton: ‘A Grand Girl.’" Journal of the Rutgers University Libraries 47, no. 2 (1985): 59-75.
Schapiro, Amy. Millicent Fenwick: Her Way. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2003.
Sederis, Virginia D. “A Dirty Little Secret: Sexual Harassment in State Government.” New Jersey Reporter 13, no. 8 (1984): 33-40.
Speicher, Kathryn L. “ Women Politics and the Life Cycle: A Study of New Jersey Political Activists.” Ph. D. diss., New School for Social Research, 1977.
Tomlinson, Barbara. “Making Her Way: The Career of Congresswoman Florence E. Dwyer.” New Jersey History 112, no. 3-4 (1994): 40-77.
Tomlinson, Barbara. “Making Their Way: A Study of New Jersey Congresswomen, 1924-1994.” Ph. D. diss., Rutgers University, 1996.
Weissman, Art. Chritine Todd Whitman: The Making of a National Political Player. New York: Carol Publishing Group, 1996.
"Whitman: On Women in Politics and the Old Boys Network." New Jersey Reporter 28, no. 7 (1999): 28-29, 45-46.
Zipp, John F. and Eric Plutzer. “Gender Differences in Voting for Female Candidates:
Evidence from the 1982 Election.” Public Opinion Quarterly 49, no. 2 (1985): 179-197.
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Garfinkel, Susan. "’This Trial Was Sent in Love and Mercy for My Refinement:’ A Quaker
Woman’s Experience of Breast Cancer Surgery in 1814.” New Jersey Folklife 15 (1990): 18-31.
Magyar, Mark J. "Welfare and the Politics of Abortion." New Jersey Reporter 28, no.2 (1998): 22-23.
Mertz, K. J., A. L. Parker, and G. J. Halpin. ""Pregnancy-Related Mortality in New Jersey, 1975 to 1989." American Journal of Public Health 82, no.8 (1992): 1085-1088.
Padawer, Ruth. "Born Again." New Jersey Monthly 23, no. 8 (1998): 54-57, 76-77, 105. (On the anti-abortion movement)
Simonelli, Y. M. "Black Stockings to White Stockings: Eighty-eight Years of Service to Mankind." New Jersey Nurse 27, no. 3 (1997):8.
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Pryor, Elizabeth Brown. Clara Barton: Professional Angel. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1987.
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Bonilla-Santiago, Gloria. "Legislating Progress for Hispanic Women in New Jersey." Social Work 34, no. 3 (1989):270-272.
Prieto, Yolanda. "Cuban Women in the U.S. Labor Force: Perspectives on the Nature of Change." Cuban Studies 17 (1987): 73-91.
Prieto, Yolanda. “Continuity or Change: Two Generations of Cuban American Women.” New Jersey History 113, no. 1-2 (1995): 47-59.
Prieto, Yolanda. “Reinterpreting an Immigration Success Story: Cuban Women, Work, and Change in a New Jersey Community.” Ph. D. diss., Rutgers University, 1984.
Santiago, Gloria B. and Olga Jimenez-Wagenheim, eds. Empowerment of Latinas in New Jersey:Statewide Hispanic Women’s Forum, Proceedings. Trenton, NJ: Hispanic Women’s Task Force of New Jersey, 1988.
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Blackshear, Willa C. Women in the History of New Jersey: A Curriculum Resource for Educators. Trenton, NJ: New Jersey Department of Education, Office of Equal Educational Opportunity, 1987.
Friedensohn, Doris and Barbara Rubin. Generations of Women in Search of Female Forebears. Jersey City, NJ: Office of Information/Publications, Jersey City State College for the Women's Studies Program, 1984.
Horner, Shirley J., Sally S. Marshall, and Jeanne H. Watson. Ladies at the Crossroads - 18th Century Women of New Jersey. Trenton, NJ: New Jersey State Division, AAUW, 1978.
“Jemima Condict: A Colonial Dame.” Crossroads: A Regular Bulletin for New Jersey Students 12 (November 1976): 2.
Karnoutsos, Carmela Ascolese. New Jersey Women: A History of Their Status, Roles, and Images. Trenton, NJ: New Jersey Historical Commission, 1997.
“Margaret Kemble and Thomas Gage: A Revolutionary Couple.” Crossroads: A Regular Bulletin for New Jersey Students 18 (April 1981): 7.
McConville, Brendan. “Conflict and Change on a Cultural Frontier: The Rise of Magdalena Valleau, Land Rioter.” Pennsylvania History 65 Supplement (1998): 122-140.
Miller, Lynn F. and Ferris Olin, eds. Women's Spheres: Celebrating 300 Years: Women in Middlesex County and New Jersey. North Brunswick, NJ: Middlesex County Cultural and Heritage Commission, 1983.
“The Women of New Jersey.” Jersey Journeys, no. 6 (March 1984).
Young, Claribel. “Women and Land Ownership in Proprietary East Jersey: The Case of Sarah Reape, Quaker.” New Jersey History 117, nos. 3-4 (1999): 46-63.
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Friedensohn, Doris and Barbara Rubin. “Count These Women In: Immigration History through Photographs and Interviews.” Social Studies 78, no. 5 (1987): 217-220.
Friedensohn, Doris and Barbara Rubin. "Generations of Women: A Search for Female Forebears." San Jose Studies 10, no.1 (1984): 40-56.
Pagnini, Deanna. "Immigration and Fertility in New Jersey: A Comparison of Native and Foreign-Born Women," IN Keys to Successful Immigration: Implications of the New Jersey Experience, Thomas J. Espenshade, ed. Washington, DC: Urban Institute Press, 1997.
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Dubrovsky, Gertrude. The Land Was Theirs: Jewish Farmers in the Garden State. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 1992.
Sacks, Maurie. "Computing Community at Purim." Journal of American Folklore 102, no. 405 (1989): 275-291.
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Brill, Marlene Targ. Let Women Vote! Brookfield, CT: Millbrook Press , 1996.
Clyne, Patricia Edwards. Patriots in Petticoats. New York: Dodd, Mead, 1976.
Colman, Penny. Breaking the Chains: The Crusade of Dorothea Dix. White Hall, VA: Shoe Tree Press, 1992.
Dubowski, Cathy East. Clara Barton: Healing the Wounds. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Silver Burdett Press, 1991.
Fritz, Jean. You Want Women to Vote, Lizzie Statnton? New York: Putnam's, 1995.
Gauch, Patricia Lee. This Time, Tempe Wick? New York: Putnam’s, 1992. [Fiction]
Harvey, Miles. Women's Voting Rights. New York: Children's Press, 1996.
Hogrogian, Robert. Molly Pitcher. [Fairlawn, NJ]: January Productions, 1979.
Hyatt, Patricia Rusch. Coast to Coast with Alice. Minneapolis: Carolrhoda, 1995. [Alice Ramsey - Fiction]
McCully, Emily Arnold. The Ballot Box Battle. New York: Knopf, 1996.
Malone, Mary. Dorothea L. Dix: Hospital Founder. New York: Chelsea Juniors, 1991.
Monroe, Judy. The Nineteenth Amendment: Women's Right to Vote. Springfield, NJ: Enslow Publishers, 1998.
Nash, Carol Rust. The Fight for Women's Right to Vote in American History. Springfield, NJ: Enslow Publishers, 1998.
Sagan, Miriam. Women's Suffrage. San Diego: Lucent Books, 1995.
Schleichert, Elizabeth. The Life of Dorothea Dix. Frederick, MD: Twenty-First Century Books, 1992.
Smith, Betsey Covington. Women Win the Vote. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Silver Burdett Press, 1989.
Sullivan, George. The Day the Women Got the Vote: A Photo History of the Women's Rights Movement. New York: Scholastic, 1994.
Tengbom, Mildred. No Greater Love: The Gripping Story of Nurse Clara Maass. St. Louis: Concordia Press, 1978.
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Clark, Claudia. Radium Girls, Women and Industrial Health Reform 1910-1935. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press, 1997.
Dodyk, Delight W. and Steven Golin. “The Paterson Silk Strike: Primary Materials for Studying about Immigrants, Women, and Labor.” Social Studies 78, no. 5 (1987): 206-209.
Dodyk, Delight W. “Women’s Work in the Paterson Silk Mills: A Study in Women’s Industrial Experience in the Early Twentieth Century.” In Women in New Jersey History:
Papers Presented at the Thirteenth Annual New Jersey History Symposium, December 5, 1981, ed. Mary R. Murrin.Trenton, NJ: New Jersey Historical Commission, 1985.
Herbst, John. “A Slice of the Earth…The Botto House, Home of the American Labor Museum in Haledon, New Jersey.” New Jersey History 99, no.1-2 (1981): 32-48.
Mullner, Ross. Deadly Glow: The Radium Dial Worker Tragedy. Washington: American Public Health Association, 1999.
Philips, Peter, with commentary by Robert A. Margo. “Gender-Based Wage Differentials in
Pennsylvania and New Jersey Manufacturing, 1900-1950.” Journal of Economic History 42, no.1 (1982): 181-186.
Sharpe, William D. “The New Jersey Radium Dial Painters: A Classic in Occupational Carcinogenesis.” Bulletin of the History of Medicine 52, no.4 (1978): 560-570.
Stepenoff, Bonnie. "’Papa on Parade:’ Pennsylvania Coal Miners’ Daughters and the Silk Worker Strike of 1913.” Labor Heritage 7, no. 3 (1996): 4-21.
Wood, Marion Elizabeth. "Work Values and Job Satisfaction of Women Office Workers." Ph. D> diss., New York University, 1981.
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Buchsbaum, Peter. "Interview with the Chief Justice: School Funding, Court Unification and Women on the Bench." New Jersey Reporter 28, no. 6 (1999): 32-34.
Glading, Jo Astrid. "The Poritz Court: Under Construction." New Jersey Reporter 28 no. 6 (1999): 28- 31, 34-39.
Parker, Lorraine C. "Sex Discrimination and the New Jersey Constitution after Peper v. Princeton." Women's Rights Law Reporter 6, no. 1-2 (1979-80): 133-144.
Petrick, Barbara. “Mary Philbrook: The Professional Woman and Equal Rights.” In Women in New Jersey History: Papers Presented at the Thirteenth Annual New Jersey History Symposium, December 5, 1981, ed. Mary R. Murrin. Trenton, NJ: New Jersey Historical Commission, 1985.
Petrick, Barbara. Mary Philbrook: The Radical Feminist in New Jersey. Trenton, NJ: New Jersey Historical Commission, 1981.
Petrick, Barbara. “Right or Privilege? The Admission of Mary Philbrook to the Bar.” New Jersey History 97, no. 2 (1979): 91-104.
Schafran, Lynn Hecht. "Educating the Judiciary about Gender Bias: The National Judicial Education Program to Promote Equality for Women and Men in the Courts and the New Jersey Supreme Court Task Force on Women in the Courts." Women's Rights Law Reporter 9, no.2 (1986): 109-124.
Wikler, Norma Juliet and Lynn Hecht Schafran. "Learning from the New Jersey Court Task Force on Women in the Courts: Evaluation, Recommendations and Implications for Other States." Women's Rights Law Reporter 12, no. 4 (1991): 313-385.
Women's Guide to Rights and Resources in New Jersey. Trenton, NJ: League of WomenVoters of New Jersey Education Fund, 1999.
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Bakker, Jan. “Something Barely Breathed: The Twist in Mary Virginia Terhune’s Autobiography of Marion Harland.” Southern Studies 5, no. 3-4 (1994): 31-47.
Bratton, Mary Jo Jackson. “Marion Harland: A Literary Woman of the Old Dominion.” Virginia Cavalcade 35, no. 3 (1986): 136-143. [Mary Virginia Hawes Terhune].
Fishinger, Sondra M. Bober. “The Life of Her Work: The New Jersey Years of Mary E. Wilkins Freeman.” Ph. D. diss., Drew University, 1991.
Gannon, Susan R. and Ruth Anne Thompson. Mary Mapes Dodge. New York: Twayne, 1993.
Glasser, Leah Blatt. In a Closet Hidden: The Life and Work of Mary E. Wilkins Freeman. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1996.
Hall, Joan Wylie. “Carolyn Wells (C. 1862-1942)” Legacy 13, no. 2 (1996): 142-151.
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