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Needlework and Women's Identity in Colonial Australia - Cramer, Lorinda
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In gold-rush Australia, social identity was in flux: gold promised access to fashionable new clothes, a grand home, and the goods to furnish it, but could not buy gentility. Needlework and Women's Identity in Colonial Australia explores how the wives, mothers, sisters, and daughters who migrated to the newly formed colony of Victoria used their needle skills as a powerful claim to social standing. Focusing on one of women's most common daily tasks, the book examines how needlework's practice and products were vital in the ...

Needlework and Women's Identity in Colonial Australia

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ISBN 1350069620
ISBN-13 9781350069626
Pages 264
Publisher Bloomsbury Visual Arts
Published 2019
Language English
Alibris ID 15682565675

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Very Good. Minimal wear to cover. Pages clean and binding tight. Hardcover.