Tables
Socioeconomic Transformations, 1855–1865
Implications of Changes in the Occupational Structure
Table 1. Formation of Middling Classes 106
Table 2. Urbanization 106
Table 3. Manufacturing Expansion and Industrialization 107
Table 4. Changing Technologies 107
Table 5. Financial and Capital Market Formation 107
National Commodities Market Consolidation
Table 6. Wholesale Commodity Prices: Average Absolute Differences
between Cincinnati and New York by Five-Year Periods 109
7. Wholesale Commodity Prices: Average Absolute Differences  Table
between Cincinnati and New Orleans by Five-Year Periods 109
Common Law Regulation of Marriage
8. Common Law Rights and Duties of Wife and Husband  Table
during Coverture 139
9. Common Law Rights of Dower (Surviving Wife) and  Table
Curtesy (Surviving Husband) 139
Woman’s Rights Movement Activism
10. Susan B. Anthony’s List of Woman’s Rights Conventions,  Table
1848–60, and Reports Produced from These Conventions 163
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