The History of the Family
Widows: perceptions, demography, residence patterns, and standard of living
''Virgins-Widows-Spouses'' - On the language of moral distinction as applied to women and men in the Middle Ages
Women in older ages-''old'' women?
''The old woman's wish'': widows by the family fire? - Widows' old age provisions in rural England, 1500-1700
Widowhood options and strategies in preindustrial northern Europe - Socioeconomic differences in household position of the widowed in 18th and 19th century Finland
Widows and their living arrangements in preindustrial France
Becoming widowed - Rural widows in lower Austria, 1788-1848
The myth of the Victorian patriarchal family
Gordon, E.; Nair, G.
Elderly widows and widowers and their coresidents in late 19th- and early 20th-century England and Wales
Residence patterns of aged widows in three Mediterranean communities and the organization of the care
Gomila Grau, M.A.