American Feminism: Key Source Documents, 1848-1920

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Janet Beer, Katherine Joslin
Psychology Press, 2002 M11 28 - 483 páginas
This anthology publishes key documents in the history of American feminism that are currently only available in extract form or in archives.
This set spans from the Seneca Falls Convention in 1848 to the ratification of the Nineteenth Amendment granting women's suffrage in 1920, and includes works of well-known women's campaigners such as: Angelina and Sarah M. Grimke, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Lucy Stone, Susan B. Anthony, Sojourner Truth, Victoria Woodhull, Margaret Fuller, Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Carrie Chapman Catt, Jane Addams, Matilda Gage and others.
The collection also contains anti-feminist writings, by both men and women, including socio-medical writings and examples from health manuals.
 

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America 18481920
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Lucretia Mott Discourse on Woman Philadelphia
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Elizabeth Cady Stanton to Womans Rights Conventions
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Matilda Gage to Womans Rights Conventions at
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Theodore Parker A Sermon of the Public Function of
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Frances Ellen Watkins Harper The Colored People in
77
Hamilton Wilcox Women are Voters New York
83
Angelina French Newman Woman Suffrage in Utah
99
Ida Husted Harper History of the Movement for Woman
211
Martha Carey Thomas New Fashioned Argument for
227
Julia Ward Howe Woman and the Suffrage The Outlook
249
Lucia Ames Mead What Women Might Do with the
269
Amelia MacDonald Cutler Six Reasons Why Farmers
281
Equal Suffrage Meeting Cambridge Frank Facey 1911
303
Women in the Home San Francisco California Equal
319
Theodore Roosevelt Speech on Suffrage New York
335

Henry Blair Woman Suffrage Speech to the Senate 1886
109
Clara Benwick Colby The Ballot and the Bullet Theory
125
F G Adams The Womens Vote in Kansas Boston
137
Lucy Stone Questions for Remonstrants Boston
143
Thomas Wentworth Higginson Straight Lines or Oblique
153
Carrie Chapman Catt Florence Kelley and Evelyn
159
Marion McB Schlesinger Mary A E M Buckminster
173
Ida Husted Harper Suffrage a Right 1906 New York
193
Official Program Woman Suffrage Procession 1913 343
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Alice Stone Blackwell Jane Addams Testifies Boston
393
Edith Abbot Are Women a Force for Good Government?
409
Mary Beard and Florence Kelley Why Women Demand
423
Mrs Guilford Dudley The Negro Votes in the South
429
Carrie Chapman Catt An Address to the Legislatures
431
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