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Elizabeth Cady Stanton - Susan B. Anthony Reader Correspondence, Writing, Speeches

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ISBN-10: 1555531490

ISBN-13: 9781555531492

Edition: 1992 (Revised)

Authors: Ellen Carol DuBois, Gerda Lerner

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Essays and primary documents that trace the relationship and political development of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony.
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Book details

List price: $45.00
Copyright year: 1992
Publisher: Northeastern University Press
Publication date: 10/30/1992
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 288
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.50" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.188
Language: English

Gerda Lerner, author of twelve books in women's history, was one of the founders of the field in the 1960s. Her creative scholarship, her organizing work on behalf of women historians, and her leadership in graduate education have been widely recognized and honored. She is past president of the Organization of American Historians, Robinson-Edwards Professor Emerita of History at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and visiting professor of history at Duke University. Her most recent book is Fireweed: A Political Autobiography.

Foreword
Introduction to the Revised Edition
From the Introduction to the 1981 Edition
1815-1861
Introduction
Document 1: Stanton, "Address Delivered at Seneca Falls," July 19, 1848
Document 2: Anthony, Letter on temperance, August 26, 1852; Stanton, "Appeal for the Maine Law," January 21, 1853
Document 3: Stanton, "Address to the Legislature of New York on Women's Rights," February 14, 1854
Document 4: Stanton and Anthony, Letters, 1852-1859
Document 5: Anthony, Diary of a lecture tour with Ernestine Rose to Washington, Baltimore, and Philadelphia, 1854
Document 6: Stanton, "Speech to the Anniversary of the American Anti-Slavery Society," 1860
1861-1873
Introduction
Document 7: Stanton, "Speech at Lawrence, Kansas," 1867
Document 8: Stanton, "Gerrit Smith on Petitions"
Document 9: Stanton, "Speech to The McFarland-Richardson Protest Meeting," May, 1869
Document 10: Stanton, "Home Life," c. 1875
Document 11: Anthony, "Suffrage and the Working Woman," 1871
Document 12: Anthony, "Homes of Single Women," October, 1877
Document 13: Anthony, "Constitutional Argument," 1872
Document 14: Stanton, "Proposal to Form a New Party," May, 1872
1874-1906
Introduction
Document 15: Letters to Anthony in support of woman suffrage, 1880
Document 16: Stanton, "Address of Welcome to the International Council of Women," March 25, 1888
Document 17: Anna Howard Shaw, "Aunt Susan," 1890
Document 18: Stanton, "Address to the Founding Convention of the National American Woman Suffrage Association," February, 1890
Document 19: Stanton, "Introduction" and Commentaries on Genesis, Chapters 1-4, The Woman's Bible; Anthony, Response to the NAWSA resolution disavowing The Woman s Bible; Stanton, Draft of "Criticism of Bigotry of Women"
Document 20: Stanton, "The Solitude of Self," January 18, 1892
Document 21: Anna Howard Shaw, "The Passing of Aunt Susan"; Helen Gardener, "Elizabeth Cady Stanton"
Supplementary Documents
Document 22: Phrenological Reports, 1853
Document 23: Stanton and Anthony, Letters, July 24, 1895 - October 26, 1902
Index