Pease, Jane H.
Pease, Jane H.
- Hanna, Jane, 1929-
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- found: Black Utopia: Negro communal experiments in America, 1963: title page (Jane H. Pease)
- found: The Roman years of a South Carolina artist: Caroline Carson's letters home, 1872-1892, 2003: title page (Jane H. Pease) page 3 of cover (William H. Pease and Jane H. Pease are professors emeriti at the University of Maine and associates in history at the College of Charleston; they are the authors or editors of ten books, including The Web of Progress: Private Values and Public Styles in Boston and Charleston, 1823-1843; they also published Ladies, Women, and Wenches: Choice and Constraint in Antebellum Charleston and Boston; James Louis Petigru: Southern Conservative, Southern Dissenter; and A Family of Women: The Carolina Petigrus in Peace and War; the Peases divide their time between Chapel Hill, North Carolina, and Harborside, Maine)
- found: Contemporary Authors, via WWW, March 19, 2012 (Jane Hanna Pease; als known as Jane H. Pease; born November 26, 1929 in Waukegan, Ill.; daughter of Leslie P. Hanna and Olive Coleman; married William H. Pease (a history professor) on June 9, 1950; Smith College, A.B., 1951; University of Rochester, A.M., 1957, Ph. D., 1969; Western Reserve University (now Case Western Reserve University), M.S. in L.S., 1958; University of Rochester, Rush Rhees Library, Rochester, N.Y., assistant to archivist, 1951-1955; Emma Willard School, Troy, N.Y., teacher of history, 1955-1964, chairman of department, 1963-1964; University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, sessional lecturer and instructor in history, 1964-1966; University of Maine at Orono, instructor, 1966-1967, assistant professor, 1969-1972, associate professor, 1972-1979, professor of history, 1979-)
- found: archivegrid, via WWW, March 19, 2013 (Jane H. and William H. Pease papers, ca. 1970-1992; Jane H. Pease (b. 1929) and William H. Pease (b. 1924), professors emeritus from the University of Maine, Orono, and former associate professors at the College of Charleston, wrote numerous books and articles on abolition, slavery, the history of Charleston, and many other topics)
- 1980-08-15: new
- 2013-05-13: revised