The Life of Kit Carson

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The Mississippi River Commission is established to manage levees and flood-control efforts on the Mississippi. The US took a more active role simply because it was able to do so. He finds that children under 7 reduced the value of farm output, presumably because they reduced their mothers’ economic activities. According to historian Ruth Rosen, who pioneered the social history of prostitution in the United States, "The average brothel inmate or streetwalker" -- the lowest positions in the trade -- "received from one to five dollars a 'trick,' earning in one evening what other working women made in a week."

Pages: 364

Publisher: Lost Classic Books (March 1, 1998)

ISBN: 1890623040

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