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" Grade 1. Families of undoubted respectability earning sufficient income to live well ; not engaged in menial service of any kind ; the wife engaged in no occupation save that of house-wife, except in a few cases where she had special employment at home.... "
Publications of the American Statistical Association - Side 263
1903
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The Philadelphia Negro: A Social Study

William Edward Burghardt Du Bois - 1899 - 520 sider
...kind ; the wife engaged in no occupation save that of house-wife, except in a few cases where she had special employment at home. The children not compelled...school; the family living in a well-kept home. Grade 2. The respectable working-class ; in comfortable circumstances, with a good home, and having steady...
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Black Women Abolitionists: A Study in Activitism, 1828-1860

Shirley J. Yee - 1992 - 204 sider
...free blacks, who lived in "well-kept homes" in which no family members performed menial service and "the wife engaged in no occupation save that of house-wife, except in aa few cases where she had special employment at home."1 In short, material wealth enabled these families...
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The Philadelphia Negro: A Social Study

William Edward Burghardt Du Bois, Isabel Eaton - 1996 - 520 sider
...of the Seventh Ward were gathered, each family was put in one of four grades as follows : Grade 1. Families of undoubted respectability earning sufficient...that of house-wife, except in a few cases where she had special employment at home. The children not compelled to be bread-winners, but found in school...
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Along the Color Line: Explorations in the Black Experience

August Meier, Elliott Rudwick, Elliott M. Rudwick - 2002 - 421 sider
...classes. At the top, constituting about one-tenth of the population, was an upper class or "aristocracy," "families of undoubted respectability earning sufficient...wife engaged in no occupation save that of housewife . . . the children not compelled to be breadwinners, but found in schools; the family living in a well-kept...
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Dubois, Fanon, Cabral: The Margins of Elite Anti-colonial Leadership

Charles F. Peterson - 2007 - 160 sider
...the sake of my larger point, I will quote at length DuBois' definition of this group. DuBois writes, "Families of undoubted respectability earning sufficient...wife engaged in no occupation save that of house-wife in a few cases where she had special employment at home. The children not compelled to be bread winners,...
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The Philadelphia Negro

W. E. B. Du Bois - 2007 - 540 sider
...of the Seventh Ward were gathered, each family was put in one of four grades as follows : Grade 1. Families of undoubted respectability earning sufficient income to live well ; not engaged in menial Sect, 46.] Social Classes and Amusements, 311 service of any kind ; the wife engaged in no occupation...
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W. E. B. Du Bois and American Political Thought: Fabianism and the Color Line

Adolph L. Reed Jr. - 1997 - 296 sider
...proceeded to define the four classes or "Grades" that he perceived to populate black Philadelphia: Grade 1. Families of undoubted respectability earning sufficient...that of house-wife, except in a few cases where she had special employment at home. The children not compelled to be bread-winners, but found in school;...
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