The History of Woman Suffrage, Volume V

Published: 1922
Language: English
Wordcount: 356,114 / 1080 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 44.6
LoC Category: HQ
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CHAPTER VII.

NATIONAL SUFFRAGE CONVENTION OF 1907 193

Bishop Fallows welcomes convention to Chicago--Professor Breckinridge on Municipal Housekeeping--Florence Kelley on same--Mary McDowell, Anna Nicholes and others on Workingwomen's Need of a Vote--Addresses by Professor C. R. Henderson, Hon. Oliver W. Stewart--Memorials and service for Miss Anthony--Organizations for Woman Suffrage--Farewell letter of Mary Anthony--Rabbi Hirsch on woman suffrage--Near victories in many States.

CHAPTER VIII.

NATIONAL SUFFRAGE CONVENTION OF 1908 213

Celebrates 40th anniversary in Buffalo--Emily Howland on Spirit of '48--Kate Gordon describes interview with President Roosevelt--Widespread work of national headquarters--Program of 1848 convention--Responses to its Resolutions by Mrs. Gilman, Miss Blackwell, Mrs. Blatch, the Rev. Caroline Bartlett Crane and others--The Scriptures and St. Paul analyzed by Judith Hyams Douglas--Discussion on

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