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During the end of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, American women had a wide variety of experiences.Rural women were moving to the cities to take industrial jobs, there were many immigrant women coming to the country for new opportunities, and working with progressive movements such as socialism and the suffragists.The country was becoming increasingly industrialized and more people were moving to the cities to find work in factories, manufacturing plants, and other businesses.Families were leaving the country to come to the city for better opportunities, and young women were going to the cities to find jobs.Young women were also coming from other countries for the opportunities available in the United States.The New Manifest Destiny promoted business and industry over agriculture, and it promoted building up the military and other interests abroad, and this brought a more diverse group of people into business and industry, and opened up some doors for women as clerks and secretaries in business.
The arts were also flourishing, and more women were becoming writers and artists.Women like Susan Glaspell, Charlotte Perkins Gilman, and Louisa May Alcott were writing stories about strong women or the woman’s plight in Victorian society, and they were using literary styles such as modernism and realism to show the true lives of women everywhere.It was becoming more acceptable for women to participate in the arts, as well, and some women’s success at writing and other artistic endeavors encouraged others to try their hand as well.
Women were becoming much more involved politically, as well.Women were fighting for their own rights, but also for civil rights for blacks, as well.There were many famous reformers, including Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony who fought tirelessly for women’s rights including the right to vote.This period was a time of great change for the country, and it was a time of…