Women In The Late 19th Century

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Women in the nineteenth century did improve their social standings in the late 19th century. Prior to the late 19th century women were not able to own any property, get a job without their husbands consent, and the money they made if they had a job was their husbands. In the late 19th century women in Great Britain became able to own some property and they could get a job. In Germany women were allowed to take jobs and keep their wages. Women also began to get more access to higher education in the late nineteenth century. In the late 19th century universities such as the University of Zurich, Cambridge, Oxford, University of London, and other universities began to open their doors to women. They also began to admit women for various degrees

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