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Johann Gottfried Tulla, The Rhine from Basel to Mannheim, with a Justification for the Necessity of Regulating this River (1822)

Ernst Dronke, Excerpts from Berlin (1846)

Pollution Caused by a Chemical Factory in the Westphalian Town of Iserlohn (1839–52)

Wilhelm Heinrich Riehl, Excerpt from Land and People (1854)

Wilhelm Heinrich Riehl, Excerpt from Civil Society (1851)

Excerpts from a Clinical Report and Autopsy by Professor Traube on a Patient with Lung Disease Caused by Coal Dust (1860)

August Becker, Excerpts from The Palatinate and the Palatines (1858)

Dietrich Brandis, Report on the Teak Forests of Pegu (1856)

Excerpts from the Staats-Lexikon: “Relations between the Sexes” (1845–48)

Excerpts from the Staats-Lexikon: “Family, Family Law” (1845–48)

Petition by the Citizens of Ulm (October 1862) and Report from Bavaria’s Central Office for Industry and Commerce (January 1863)

Women’s Activism during the Revolution: Viennese Democratic Women’s Association (1848–50)

Commercial Marriage Brokerage and Bohemian Life in the Big City: Excerpts from Ernst Dronke, Berlin (1846)

Women’s Activism during the Revolution: Louise Otto’s Statement of Principles in the First Issue of Frauen-Zeitung (April 21, 1849)

Women’s Activism during the Revolution: Appeal of the Married Women and Maidens of Württemberg to German Warriors (1849)

Conservative Criticism of Women’s Activism (1852)

Speech by Louise Otto, Chairwoman of the General German Women’s Association, at its Third General Assembly (1869)

Speech by Louise Otto, Chairwoman of the General German Women’s Association, at its Third General Assembly (1869)

A Conservative Folklorist on Social Class and Gender Roles (1852)

First Feminist Efforts: Statutes of the General German Women’s Association (1865)

David Friedrich Strauss, Conclusion, The Life of Jesus (1836)

Ludwig Philippson, “Pamphlets and Polemics,” Allgemeine Zeitung des Judenthums (May 7, 1842)

Founding of the Association for the Promotion of Employment Qualifications among Members of the Female Sex (Retrospective, 1891)

Excerpts from Two Sermons by Friedrich August Tholuck, “What is Human Reason Worth?” (c. 1840) and “When is Greater Civic Freedom Fortunate for a People?” (1848)

Ludwig von Rohden, Excerpts from History of the Rhenish Missionary Society (1857)