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National American Woman Suffrage Association.
Victory, how women won it.
New York, H.W. Wilson Co., 1940
|All Authors / Contributors:||National American Woman Suffrage Association.|
|Notes:||Each portrait accompanied by a leaf with biographical sketch.|
|Description:||8 preliminary leaves, -174 pages : frontispiece, plates, 6 portrait ; 21 cm|
|Contents:||Preliminary agitation / Mary F. Morrisson --
First organized action / Mary G. Peck --
Rampant women / Mildred Adams --
"That word male," by Mary F. Morrisson --
Wyoming: the first surrender / Carrie C. Catt --
Campaigning, state by state / Maud W. Park --
The opposition breaks / Gertrude F. Brown --
Appeals to Congress / Penelope P .B. Huse --
A decisive victory won / Gertrude F. Brown --
The winning plan / Maud W. Park --
The secretary has signed the proclamation / Mary G. Peck --
Appendixes. The National American Woman Suffrage Association --
Interesting events in the woman movement --
The electoral thermometer --
Partial suffrage gains --
Directions for state work in supporting 19th amendment --
Directions for lobbyists --
Chronology of congressional action --Author's who's who.
|Responsibility:||by the National American Woman Suffrage Association.|