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Stanton, Elizabeth Cady, 1815-1902.
History of woman suffrage.
New York, Arno Press, 1969
(OCoLC)747650073
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Elizabeth Cady Stanton; Susan B Anthony; Matilda Joslyn Gage; Ida Husted Harper
OCLC Number: 45810
Notes: Originally published starting in 1881.
Reprints of the 1881-1922 editions ; reprinted from copies at the State Historical Society of Wisconsin Library.
V.1-3 edited by Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B. Anthony, and Matilda Joslyn Gage ; v.4 edited by Susan B. Anthony and Ida Husted Harper ; v.5-6 edited by Ida Husted Harper.
Description: 6 volumes : illustrations, maps, portraits ; 24 cm
Contents: v. 1 1848-1861 --
v. 2 1861-1876 --
v. 3 1876-1885 --
v. 4 1883-1900 --
v. 5-6 1900-1920. v. 1 1848-1861 --
Preceding causes --
Woman in newspapers --
The world's anti-slavery convention: London, June 12, 1840 --
Mrs. Collins' reminiscences --
Reminiscences by Clarina I. Howard Nichols --
Lucretia Mott --
Mrs. Stanton's reminiscences --
Woman, church, and state. v. 2 1861-1876 --
Woman's patriotism in the war --
Congressional action --
National conventions, 1866-67 --
The Kansas campaign, 1867 --
New York Constitutional Convention --
Reconstruction --
National conventions, 1869 --
The new departure, under the 14th amendment --
National conventions, 1873-75 --
Trials and decisions --
American Woman Suffrage Association. v. 3 1876-1885 --
The centennial year, 1876 --
National conventions, hearings and reports, 1877-79 --
Congressional reports and conventions, 1880-81 --
Congressional debates and conventions, 1882-83 --
[Progress of suffrage in the States]. v. 4 1883-1900 --
Review of the situation --
Woman's constitutional right to vote --
The National Suffrage Convention of 1884 --
Congressional hearings and reports of 1884 --
The National Suffrage Conventions of 1885-86 --
First discussion and vote in U.S. Senate, 1887 --
The National Suffrage Convention of 1887 --
International Council of Women: hearing of 1888 --
The National Suffrage Convention of 1889 --
National-American Conventions of 1890-1900 --
The American Woman Suffrage Association --
Suffrage work in political and other conventions --
The rights of women in the States --
The rights of women in Great Britain --
Woman suffrage in other countries --
National organizations of women --
Eminent advocates of woman suffrage --
Testimony from woman suffrage states --
Constitution of National-American Woman Suffrage Association. v. 5 1900-1920 --
Founding of National Association --
The National Suffrage Conventions of 1902-1920 --
Story of Federal Suffrage Amendment --
Various woman suffrage associations --
League of Women Voters --
Woman suffrage in presidential conventions --
War service of organized suffragists. v. 6 1900-1920 --
Position of women in regard to laws, office holding, education, etc. --
Alabama --
Woman suffrage in the territories and the Philippines --
Woman suffrage in Great Britain and the British colonies --
Woman suffrage in many countries --
The International Woman Suffrage Alliance --
Permanent organization in Berlin in 1904 --
Conference and congress in Copenhagen in 1906 --
Congress in Amsterdam in 1908 --
The first quinquennial in London --
Congress in Stockholm --
Congress in Budapest --
Conference in Geneva --
Anti-suffrage manifesto of Nebraska men.
Responsibility: edited by Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B. Anthony, Matilda Joslyn Gage, and Ida Husted Harper.

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