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1895. Earle's historical research and writing emphasized the homely details of everyday life-manners, customs, handicrafts-rather than the world of politics and affairs, and her popular exposition of her findings helped spark a renewal of public interest in the American past. Contents: Consorts and Relicts; Women of Affairs; Double-Tongued and Naughty Women; Boston Neighbors; A Fearful Female Traveler; Two Colonial Adventuresses; The Universal Friend; Eighteenth-Century Manners; Their Amusements and Accomplishments; Daughters of Liberty; A Revolutionary Housewife; and Fireside Industries. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.