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The National Florence Crittenton Mission (N.F.C.M.), founded in 1883, pioneered rescue work to aid prostitutes, unmarried mothers, and their children through a large chain of institutional homes. In Harnessing the Power of Motherhood, Katherine G. Aiken explores the history of the N.F.C.M., painting a portrait of a politicized organization that became one of the most significant social welfare movements of its time. Aiken discusses the N.F.C.M.'s development, its programs and policies, and especially its influential leaders, Charles Nelson Crittenton and Dr. Kate Waller Barrett.
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Book Description University of Tennessee Press. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1572330171. Seller Inventory # SKU001164
Book Description University of Tennessee Press, 1998. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111572330171