Table of Contents:
  • "Her rightful place in the new scheme of things" : Native American women's journalism in the Dawes Era
  • "'Wantin' to wear th' breeches and boss th' hull shebang'" : reservations and romance in Mourning Dove's Cogewea
  • "Democracy for which we have paid" : Jessie Fauset and World War I controversies in the African American press
  • "'Honest-to-God' American" : patriotism, foreigness, and domesticity in Jessie Fauset's fiction
  • "Why should you ask for ease?" : Jewish women's journalism in the English-language press
  • "Mingling with her people in their ghetto" : immigrant aid and the new woman in Jewish women's fiction.