English 298: Texts in History 1848: Revolution and

English 298: Texts in History 1848: Revolution and

English 298: Texts in History 1848: Revolution and the Rise of Womens Writing Key Dates for 1848 January 24 - California Gold Rush: James W. Marshall finds gold at Sutter's Mill, in Coloma, California.

February 2 - MexicanAmerican War: The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo is signed, ending the war and ceding to the United States virtually all of what is today the southwest of that country. February 21 - Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels publish The Communist Manifesto. February 22 - In Paris, revolt erupts against King Louis Philippe. Two days later he abdicates, leading to the Second Republic.

http://www.hermes-press.com/marx_engels2.jpg March 4 - Carlo Alberto di Savoia signs the Statuto Albertino that will represent the first constitution of the Kingdom of Sardinia and later of unified Italy. April 10 - A Chartist 'Monster Rally' is held in Kennington Park London, headed by Feargus O'Connor. A petition

demanding the franchise is presented to parliament. May 15 - Radicals invade the French Chamber of deputies. May 18 - The first German National Assembly (Nationalversammlung) opens in Frankfurt, Germany. July 19 - Women's rights - Seneca Falls Convention: The 2day Women's Rights Convention opens in Seneca Falls, New York and the "Bloomers" are introduced at the feminist convention.

Great Chartist Meeting on Kennington Common, April 10, 1848, photograph taken by William Kilburn. www.jbentham.com/02-works-by-benthamites/ drbeardmoose.com/_wsn/page4.html homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/.../aqwg87.htm

July 26 - Matale Rebellion against British rule in Sri Lanka. July 29 - Irish Potato Famine - Tipperary Revolt: In Tipperary, an unsuccessful nationalist revolt against British rule is putdown by a government police force. August 28 - Mathieu Luis becomes the first black member to join the French Parliament as a representative of Guadaloupe. September 12 - One of the successes of the Revolutions of 1848, the Swiss Federal Constitution, patterned on the US Constitution, enters into force, creating a federal republic and

one of the first modern democratic states in Europe. November 4 - France ratifies a new constitution. The Second Republic of France is set up, ending the state of temporary government lasting since the Revolution of 1848. http://www.assumption.edu/ahc/irish/Irish_emigrants_Mersey.jpg November 7 - U.S. presidential election, 1848: Whig Zachary

Taylor of Louisiana defeats Democrat Lewis Cass of Michigan in the first US presidential election held in every state on the same day. December 2 - Emperor Ferdinand I of Austria abdicates in favor of his nephew, Franz Josef I. December 10 - Prince Louis-Napoleon Bonaparte is elected first president of the French Second Republic.

1848 also saw (mostly failed) revolutions in: Italy/Italian States, France, Germany/German States, Habsburg Empire (Austria, Hungary, portions of Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia, more), Hungary, Switzerland, Poland, Wallachia (now Romania), Schleswig (now part of Denmark), Brazil, Sri Lanka.

Relevant Dates in Womens History, 1837-1857 837 William IV dies, succeeded by niece, Princess Victoria Sarah Moore. rimke: Letters on the Equality of the Sexes and the Condition of Women.

838 arah Ellis: The Women of England, Their Social Duties and Domestic Habits. arriet Martineau: How to Observe; Morals and Manners one of the first introductions to sociological methodology). 839 hild Custody Act (now possible for a mother to be given custody of her hildren under seven).

840 Queen marries her first cousin, Albert, Prince of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha. udge upholds a man's right to lock up his wife and beat her in moderation. ydney Owenson Morgan: Woman and her Master, 2 volumes. http://www.patourism.co.za/images/Queen_Victoria__Albert_1854.JPG

1842 Ashley's Mines Act (women and children excluded from the mines). Louis Aime-Martin: The Education of Mothers of Families; or, The Civilisation of the Human Race by Women. 1843 Association for the Aid of Milliners and Dressmakers founded. Mrs. Hugo Reid: A Plea for Woman, Being a Vindication of the Importance

and Extent of her Natural Sphere of Action. 1844 Factory Act (women and children). Elizabeth Barrett: "Cry of the Children"; Poems. 1845 Margaret Fuller: Woman in the Nineteenth Century.

http://www.gutenberg.org/files/16786/16786-h/images/217.jpg 46 ry Ann Evans (George Eliot): translation of Strauss' Das Leben Jesu e of Jesus). na Jameson: "'Woman's Mission' and 'Woman's Position"' n the Relative Social Position of Mothers and Governesses."

47 loroform first used in childbirth. ctory Acts [also 1850](women and children restricted to 10 1/2 ur day). arlotte Bront: Jane Eyre. mily Bront: Wuthering Heights. n Bront: Agnes Grey.

48 een's College, London, established for women who intend to teach. omen's Rights Association founded in United States. zabeth Gaskell: Mary Barton. http://www.haworthbrontecottages.com/bronte_sisters.gif

849 edford College for Women founded. harlotte Bront: Shirley. 850 mily Shirreff and Maria G. Grey: Thoughts on Self-Culture: ddressed to Women. rst National Women's Rights Convention, Worcester, Massachusetts.

851 arriet Taylor: "The Enfranchisement of Women." Women's Suffrage Petition presented to the House of Lords. 852 udge rules that a man may not force his wife to live with him. nna Jameson: Legends of the Madonna, as presented in the fine arts.

.H. Lewes: "The Lady Novelists." 853 Queen Victoria given chloroform during childbirth. Charlotte Bront: Villette. 855 George Eliot: "Margaret Fuller and Mary Wollstonecraft."

Stephen Fullom: The History of Woman, And her Connexion with Religion, Civilization, and Domestic Manners, from the earliest eriod (denounced by George Eliot). Elizabeth Gaskell: North and South. Harriet Martineau: Autobiography. 856 Caroline Frances Cornwallis: "The Property of Married Women."

Bessie Parkes: Remarks on the Education of Girls. Emily Shirreff: Intellectual Education, and its influence on the Character and Happiness of Women. 1857 Elizabeth Barrett Browning: Aurora Leigh. Barbara (Leigh Smith) Bodichon: Women and Work. Matrimonial Causes Act (legally separated wife given right to

keep what she earns; man may divorce wife for adultery, whereas wife must prove adultery aggravated by cruelty or desertion). Sources for timelines: Wikipedia.org Victorianweb.org Image sources given on slide pages

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