Credits

Curator: Samantha de Vera.

Edited by P. Gabrielle Foreman and Sarah Patterson.

Further Acknowledgements: Denise Burgher for her suggestions and improvements and Caleb Trotter for technical assistance.

Special thanks to Gale, a Cengage Company, and Accessible Archives Inc.® for granting permission for the use of the materials from 19th Century U.S. Newspaper and African American Newspapers: The 19th Century.

The Colored Conventions Project works with teaching partners and their students to create digital content on the rich history of Black political organizing in the nineteenth century. Visit our Teaching Partners page to browse the curriculum and find information on becoming a teaching partner.

Previous Citation: De Vera, Samantha. “Black Women’s Economic Power: Visualizing Domestic Spaces in the 1830s.” Colored Conventions Project. https://coloredconventions.org/women-economic-power.

 

Previous Citation: De Vera, Samantha. “Black Women’s Economic Power and the 1830s Colored Conventions in Philadelphia.” Omeka RSS. https://coloredconventions.org/exhibits/show/womens-economic-power.