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  • The Project Gutenberg eBook of History of Woman Suffrage, Volume II, Edited by Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B. Anthony, and Matilda Joslyn Gage
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  • HISTORY of Woman Suffrage.
    • ELIZABETH CADY STANTON,          SUSAN B. ANTHONY, AND                  MATILDA JOSLYN GAGE.
      • IN THREE VOLUMES.
        • VOL. II.
        • 1861-1876.
        • SUSAN B. ANTHONY. 17 Madison St., Rochester, N. Y.
      • VOL. II.
      • 1861-1876.
      • SUSAN B. ANTHONY. 17 Madison St., Rochester, N. Y.
    • IN THREE VOLUMES.
      • VOL. II.
      • 1861-1876.
      • SUSAN B. ANTHONY. 17 Madison St., Rochester, N. Y.
    • VOL. II.
    • 1861-1876.
    • SUSAN B. ANTHONY. 17 Madison St., Rochester, N. Y.
    • PREFACE.
    • CONTENTS.
    • LIST OF ENGRAVINGS.
    • CHAPTER XVI.
      • WOMAN'S PATRIOTISM IN THE WAR.
      • ANNA ELLA CARROLL.
        • THE TENNESSEE CAMPAIGN.
      • THE TENNESSEE CAMPAIGN.
      • DOROTHEA DIX,
        • GOVERNMENT SUPERINTENDENT OF NURSES.
      • GOVERNMENT SUPERINTENDENT OF NURSES.
      • ELIZABETH BLACKWELL, M.D.
        • THE SANITARY COMMISSION.
      • THE SANITARY COMMISSION.
      • WOMEN AS SOLDIERS.
      • CLARA BARTON.
        • MINISTERING ON THE FIELD OF BATTLE.
      • MINISTERING ON THE FIELD OF BATTLE.
      • JOSEPHINE SOPHIE GRIFFING. The National Freedman's Relief Association. BY CATHARINE A. F. STEBBINS.
        • LETTERS ON THE FREEDMAN'S RELIEF ASSOCIATION.
      • LETTERS ON THE FREEDMAN'S RELIEF ASSOCIATION.
      • THE LADIES' NATIONAL COVENANT.
        • THE PLEDGE.
      • THE PLEDGE.
      • ANNA ELIZABETH DICKINSON.
      • THE WOMAN'S NATIONAL LOYAL LEAGUE.
        • MAMMOTH PETITION.
      • MAMMOTH PETITION.
      • BUSINESS MEETING.
      • EVENING SESSION.
        • THE PRAYER OF ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND.
      • THE PRAYER OF ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND.
      • ANNIVERSARY OF THE LOYAL WOMEN'S NATIONAL LEAGUE.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • WOMAN'S PATRIOTISM IN THE WAR.
    • ANNA ELLA CARROLL.
      • THE TENNESSEE CAMPAIGN.
    • THE TENNESSEE CAMPAIGN.
    • DOROTHEA DIX,
      • GOVERNMENT SUPERINTENDENT OF NURSES.
    • GOVERNMENT SUPERINTENDENT OF NURSES.
    • ELIZABETH BLACKWELL, M.D.
      • THE SANITARY COMMISSION.
    • THE SANITARY COMMISSION.
    • WOMEN AS SOLDIERS.
    • CLARA BARTON.
      • MINISTERING ON THE FIELD OF BATTLE.
    • MINISTERING ON THE FIELD OF BATTLE.
    • JOSEPHINE SOPHIE GRIFFING. The National Freedman's Relief Association. BY CATHARINE A. F. STEBBINS.
      • LETTERS ON THE FREEDMAN'S RELIEF ASSOCIATION.
    • LETTERS ON THE FREEDMAN'S RELIEF ASSOCIATION.
    • THE LADIES' NATIONAL COVENANT.
      • THE PLEDGE.
    • THE PLEDGE.
    • ANNA ELIZABETH DICKINSON.
    • THE WOMAN'S NATIONAL LOYAL LEAGUE.
      • MAMMOTH PETITION.
    • MAMMOTH PETITION.
    • BUSINESS MEETING.
    • EVENING SESSION.
      • THE PRAYER OF ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND.
    • THE PRAYER OF ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND.
    • ANNIVERSARY OF THE LOYAL WOMEN'S NATIONAL LEAGUE.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER XVII.
      • CONGRESSIONAL ACTION.
        • A LAW AGAINST WOMEN.
        • SUFFRAGE FOR WOMEN.
        • SUFFRAGE IN THE DISTRICT.
        • PETITIONS AND MEMORIALS.
        • SUFFRAGE IN THE DISTRICT.
      • A LAW AGAINST WOMEN.
      • SUFFRAGE FOR WOMEN.
      • SUFFRAGE IN THE DISTRICT.
      • PETITIONS AND MEMORIALS.
      • SUFFRAGE IN THE DISTRICT.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • CONGRESSIONAL ACTION.
      • A LAW AGAINST WOMEN.
      • SUFFRAGE FOR WOMEN.
      • SUFFRAGE IN THE DISTRICT.
      • PETITIONS AND MEMORIALS.
      • SUFFRAGE IN THE DISTRICT.
    • A LAW AGAINST WOMEN.
    • SUFFRAGE FOR WOMEN.
    • SUFFRAGE IN THE DISTRICT.
    • PETITIONS AND MEMORIALS.
    • SUFFRAGE IN THE DISTRICT.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER XVIII.
      • NATIONAL CONVENTIONS IN 1866-67.
        • ADDRESS TO CONGRESS.
      • ADDRESS TO CONGRESS.
      • THE AMERICAN EQUAL RIGHTS ASSOCIATION.
      • EVENING SESSION.
      • SECOND DAY.
      • EVENING SESSION.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • NATIONAL CONVENTIONS IN 1866-67.
      • ADDRESS TO CONGRESS.
    • ADDRESS TO CONGRESS.
    • THE AMERICAN EQUAL RIGHTS ASSOCIATION.
    • EVENING SESSION.
    • SECOND DAY.
    • EVENING SESSION.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER XIX.
      • THE KANSAS CAMPAIGN—1867.
        • REMINISCENCES BY HELEN EKIN STARRETT.
      • REMINISCENCES BY HELEN EKIN STARRETT.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE KANSAS CAMPAIGN—1867.
      • REMINISCENCES BY HELEN EKIN STARRETT.
    • REMINISCENCES BY HELEN EKIN STARRETT.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER XX.
      • NEW YORK CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION.
        • WOMEN IN POLITICS.
        • CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION.
      • WOMEN IN POLITICS.
      • CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION.
      • EQUAL RIGHTS ANNIVERSARY.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • NEW YORK CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION.
      • WOMEN IN POLITICS.
      • CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION.
    • WOMEN IN POLITICS.
    • CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION.
    • EQUAL RIGHTS ANNIVERSARY.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER XXI.
      • RECONSTRUCTION.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • RECONSTRUCTION.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER XXII.
      • NATIONAL CONVENTIONS—1869.
        • EDITORIAL CORRESPONDENCE.
        • EDITORIAL CORRESPONDENCE.
        • TO THE CONGRESSIONAL COMMITTEE OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
      • EDITORIAL CORRESPONDENCE.
      • EDITORIAL CORRESPONDENCE.
      • TO THE CONGRESSIONAL COMMITTEE OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
      • THE MAY ANNIVERSARIES IN NEW YORK AND BROOKLYN.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • NATIONAL CONVENTIONS—1869.
      • EDITORIAL CORRESPONDENCE.
      • EDITORIAL CORRESPONDENCE.
      • TO THE CONGRESSIONAL COMMITTEE OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
    • EDITORIAL CORRESPONDENCE.
    • EDITORIAL CORRESPONDENCE.
    • TO THE CONGRESSIONAL COMMITTEE OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
    • THE MAY ANNIVERSARIES IN NEW YORK AND BROOKLYN.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER XXIII.
      • THE NEW DEPARTURE.
        • UNDER THE FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT.
        • THE ST. LOUIS RESOLUTIONS.
      • UNDER THE FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT.
      • THE ST. LOUIS RESOLUTIONS.
      • THE SECOND DECADE CELEBRATION.
        • FROM MRS. DR. TAYLOR.
        • FROM LADY AMBERLY.
        • THE MEMORIAL OF VICTORIA C. WOODHULL.
        • ADDRESS OF VICTORIA C. WOODHULL JANUARY 11, 1871.
        • SPEECH OF A. G. RIDDLE,
        • ADDRESS OF MRS. ISABELLA BEECHER HOOKER.
        • TO THE U. S. SENATE AGAINST WOMAN SUFFRAGE.
        • SHERMAN-DAHLGREN XVI. AMENDMENT.
        • REPORT.
        • GRANT AND WILSON—APPEAL TO THE WOMEN OF AMERICA FROM THE NATIONAL WOMAN SUFFRAGE ASSOCIATION.
      • FROM MRS. DR. TAYLOR.
      • FROM LADY AMBERLY.
      • THE MEMORIAL OF VICTORIA C. WOODHULL.
      • ADDRESS OF VICTORIA C. WOODHULL JANUARY 11, 1871.
      • SPEECH OF A. G. RIDDLE,
      • ADDRESS OF MRS. ISABELLA BEECHER HOOKER.
      • TO THE U. S. SENATE AGAINST WOMAN SUFFRAGE.
      • SHERMAN-DAHLGREN XVI. AMENDMENT.
      • REPORT.
      • GRANT AND WILSON—APPEAL TO THE WOMEN OF AMERICA FROM THE NATIONAL WOMAN SUFFRAGE ASSOCIATION.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE NEW DEPARTURE.
      • UNDER THE FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT.
      • THE ST. LOUIS RESOLUTIONS.
    • UNDER THE FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT.
    • THE ST. LOUIS RESOLUTIONS.
    • THE SECOND DECADE CELEBRATION.
      • FROM MRS. DR. TAYLOR.
      • FROM LADY AMBERLY.
      • THE MEMORIAL OF VICTORIA C. WOODHULL.
      • ADDRESS OF VICTORIA C. WOODHULL JANUARY 11, 1871.
      • SPEECH OF A. G. RIDDLE,
      • ADDRESS OF MRS. ISABELLA BEECHER HOOKER.
      • TO THE U. S. SENATE AGAINST WOMAN SUFFRAGE.
      • SHERMAN-DAHLGREN XVI. AMENDMENT.
      • REPORT.
      • GRANT AND WILSON—APPEAL TO THE WOMEN OF AMERICA FROM THE NATIONAL WOMAN SUFFRAGE ASSOCIATION.
    • FROM MRS. DR. TAYLOR.
    • FROM LADY AMBERLY.
    • THE MEMORIAL OF VICTORIA C. WOODHULL.
    • ADDRESS OF VICTORIA C. WOODHULL JANUARY 11, 1871.
    • SPEECH OF A. G. RIDDLE,
    • ADDRESS OF MRS. ISABELLA BEECHER HOOKER.
    • TO THE U. S. SENATE AGAINST WOMAN SUFFRAGE.
    • SHERMAN-DAHLGREN XVI. AMENDMENT.
    • REPORT.
    • GRANT AND WILSON—APPEAL TO THE WOMEN OF AMERICA FROM THE NATIONAL WOMAN SUFFRAGE ASSOCIATION.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER XXIV.
      • NATIONAL CONVENTIONS 1873, '74, '75.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • NATIONAL CONVENTIONS 1873, '74, '75.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER XXV.
      • TRIALS AND DECISIONS.
        • A WOMAN CAN NOT PRACTICE LAW OR HOLD ANY OFFICE IN ILLINOIS.
        • COMMUNICATION FROM THE COURT.
        • ADDITIONAL BRIEF.
        • OPINION OF THE COURT DENYING THE APPLICATION.
        • CAN A WOMAN PRACTICE LAW OR HOLD ANY OFFICE IN ILLINOIS?
        • CITATION TO THE STATE OF ILLINOIS TO APPEAR AT WASHINGTON.
        • WRIT OF ERROR.
        • United States Circuit Court. (Northern District of New York.)
        • ARGUMENT OF MR. SELDEN FOR THE DEFENDANT.
        • THIRTEENTH AMENDMENT. (DECEMBER 18, 1865.)
        • FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT. (JULY 28, 1868.)
        • FIFTEENTH AMENDMENT. (MARCH 30, 1870.)
        • VIRGINIA L. MINOR'S PETITION
        • AMENDMENTS.
        • Resume—(Minor vs. Happersett, 21 Wallace Rep., p. 164.)
        • WOMAN SUFFRAGE IN ITS LEGAL ASPECT—A REVIEW OF THE CASE OF MINOR vs. HAPPERSETT, 21 WALLACE, U. S. REPORTS.
      • A WOMAN CAN NOT PRACTICE LAW OR HOLD ANY OFFICE IN ILLINOIS.
      • COMMUNICATION FROM THE COURT.
      • ADDITIONAL BRIEF.
      • OPINION OF THE COURT DENYING THE APPLICATION.
      • CAN A WOMAN PRACTICE LAW OR HOLD ANY OFFICE IN ILLINOIS?
      • CITATION TO THE STATE OF ILLINOIS TO APPEAR AT WASHINGTON.
      • WRIT OF ERROR.
      • United States Circuit Court. (Northern District of New York.)
      • ARGUMENT OF MR. SELDEN FOR THE DEFENDANT.
      • THIRTEENTH AMENDMENT. (DECEMBER 18, 1865.)
      • FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT. (JULY 28, 1868.)
      • FIFTEENTH AMENDMENT. (MARCH 30, 1870.)
      • VIRGINIA L. MINOR'S PETITION
      • AMENDMENTS.
      • Resume—(Minor vs. Happersett, 21 Wallace Rep., p. 164.)
      • WOMAN SUFFRAGE IN ITS LEGAL ASPECT—A REVIEW OF THE CASE OF MINOR vs. HAPPERSETT, 21 WALLACE, U. S. REPORTS.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • TRIALS AND DECISIONS.
      • A WOMAN CAN NOT PRACTICE LAW OR HOLD ANY OFFICE IN ILLINOIS.
      • COMMUNICATION FROM THE COURT.
      • ADDITIONAL BRIEF.
      • OPINION OF THE COURT DENYING THE APPLICATION.
      • CAN A WOMAN PRACTICE LAW OR HOLD ANY OFFICE IN ILLINOIS?
      • CITATION TO THE STATE OF ILLINOIS TO APPEAR AT WASHINGTON.
      • WRIT OF ERROR.
      • United States Circuit Court. (Northern District of New York.)
      • ARGUMENT OF MR. SELDEN FOR THE DEFENDANT.
      • THIRTEENTH AMENDMENT. (DECEMBER 18, 1865.)
      • FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT. (JULY 28, 1868.)
      • FIFTEENTH AMENDMENT. (MARCH 30, 1870.)
      • VIRGINIA L. MINOR'S PETITION
      • AMENDMENTS.
      • Resume—(Minor vs. Happersett, 21 Wallace Rep., p. 164.)
      • WOMAN SUFFRAGE IN ITS LEGAL ASPECT—A REVIEW OF THE CASE OF MINOR vs. HAPPERSETT, 21 WALLACE, U. S. REPORTS.
    • A WOMAN CAN NOT PRACTICE LAW OR HOLD ANY OFFICE IN ILLINOIS.
    • COMMUNICATION FROM THE COURT.
    • ADDITIONAL BRIEF.
    • OPINION OF THE COURT DENYING THE APPLICATION.
    • CAN A WOMAN PRACTICE LAW OR HOLD ANY OFFICE IN ILLINOIS?
    • CITATION TO THE STATE OF ILLINOIS TO APPEAR AT WASHINGTON.
    • WRIT OF ERROR.
    • United States Circuit Court. (Northern District of New York.)
    • ARGUMENT OF MR. SELDEN FOR THE DEFENDANT.
    • THIRTEENTH AMENDMENT. (DECEMBER 18, 1865.)
    • FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT. (JULY 28, 1868.)
    • FIFTEENTH AMENDMENT. (MARCH 30, 1870.)
    • VIRGINIA L. MINOR'S PETITION
    • AMENDMENTS.
    • Resume—(Minor vs. Happersett, 21 Wallace Rep., p. 164.)
    • WOMAN SUFFRAGE IN ITS LEGAL ASPECT—A REVIEW OF THE CASE OF MINOR vs. HAPPERSETT, 21 WALLACE, U. S. REPORTS.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER XXVI.
      • AMERICAN WOMAN SUFFRAGE ASSOCIATION.
      • Constitution of the American Woman Suffrage Association.
        • ARTICLE I.
        • ARTICLE II.
        • ARTICLE III.—ORGANIZATION.
        • ARTICLE IV.
        • ARTICLE V.
        • ARTICLE VI.
        • ARTICLE VII.
        • REMARKS OF COLONEL HIGGINSON.
        • REPORT OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
      • ARTICLE I.
      • ARTICLE II.
      • ARTICLE III.—ORGANIZATION.
      • ARTICLE IV.
      • ARTICLE V.
      • ARTICLE VI.
      • ARTICLE VII.
      • REMARKS OF COLONEL HIGGINSON.
      • REPORT OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • AMERICAN WOMAN SUFFRAGE ASSOCIATION.
    • Constitution of the American Woman Suffrage Association.
      • ARTICLE I.
      • ARTICLE II.
      • ARTICLE III.—ORGANIZATION.
      • ARTICLE IV.
      • ARTICLE V.
      • ARTICLE VI.
      • ARTICLE VII.
      • REMARKS OF COLONEL HIGGINSON.
      • REPORT OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
    • ARTICLE I.
    • ARTICLE II.
    • ARTICLE III.—ORGANIZATION.
    • ARTICLE IV.
    • ARTICLE V.
    • ARTICLE VI.
    • ARTICLE VII.
    • REMARKS OF COLONEL HIGGINSON.
    • REPORT OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • APPENDIX.
      • CHAPTER XVI.
        • WOMAN'S PATRIOTISM IN THE WAR.
        • WOMEN AS SOLDIERS.
        • NATIONAL FREEDMAN'S AID ASSOCIATION.
        • THE WOMAN'S LOYAL LEAGUE.
        • NEW HAMPSHIRE.
        • VERMONT.
        • MASSACHUSETTS.
        • CONNECTICUT.
        • NEW YORK.
        • NEW JERSEY.
        • PENNSYLVANIA.
        • OHIO.
        • INDIANA.
        • ILLINOIS.
        • WISCONSIN.
        • IOWA.
        • MINNESOTA.
        • KANSAS.
        • BUSINESS MEETING.
        • THE PLEDGE.
        • RESOLUTIONS.
        • THE PLATFORM OF THE LEAGUE.
        • COMMENTS OF THE PRESS.
        • FORM OF PETITION.
      • WOMAN'S PATRIOTISM IN THE WAR.
      • WOMEN AS SOLDIERS.
      • NATIONAL FREEDMAN'S AID ASSOCIATION.
      • THE WOMAN'S LOYAL LEAGUE.
      • NEW HAMPSHIRE.
      • VERMONT.
      • MASSACHUSETTS.
      • CONNECTICUT.
      • NEW YORK.
      • NEW JERSEY.
      • PENNSYLVANIA.
      • OHIO.
      • INDIANA.
      • ILLINOIS.
      • WISCONSIN.
      • IOWA.
      • MINNESOTA.
      • KANSAS.
      • BUSINESS MEETING.
      • THE PLEDGE.
      • RESOLUTIONS.
      • THE PLATFORM OF THE LEAGUE.
      • COMMENTS OF THE PRESS.
      • FORM OF PETITION.
      • CHAPTER XVIII.
        • NATIONAL CONVENTIONS, 1866 AND 1867.
        • EDUCATION.
        • THE PULPIT.
        • LABOR.
        • LAW.
        • SUFFRAGE.
        • PROGRESS.
        • RECORD AND OBITUARIES.
        • PHYSICAL CULTURE.
        • EQUAL EDUCATION.
        • LETTERS.
        • FREDERICK DOUGLASS.
        • WILLIAM LLOYD GARRISON,
        • APPEAL FOR UNIVERSAL SUFFRAGE.
        • LETTERS TO THE MAY ANNIVERSARY OF 1867.
        • ACKNOWLEDGMENTS.
        • SOJOURNER TRUTH ON THE PRESS.
      • NATIONAL CONVENTIONS, 1866 AND 1867.
      • EDUCATION.
      • THE PULPIT.
      • LABOR.
      • LAW.
      • SUFFRAGE.
      • PROGRESS.
      • RECORD AND OBITUARIES.
      • PHYSICAL CULTURE.
      • EQUAL EDUCATION.
      • LETTERS.
      • FREDERICK DOUGLASS.
      • WILLIAM LLOYD GARRISON,
      • APPEAL FOR UNIVERSAL SUFFRAGE.
      • LETTERS TO THE MAY ANNIVERSARY OF 1867.
      • ACKNOWLEDGMENTS.
      • SOJOURNER TRUTH ON THE PRESS.
      • CHAPTER XIX.
        • THE KANSAS CAMPAIGN, 1867.
        • WHAT THE SOUTH CAN DO.
        • SUPPRESSED PROCEEDINGS.
        • PROTEST OF MR. TAYLOR.
        • THE HUTCHINSONS' KANSAS SUFFRAGE SONG.
      • THE KANSAS CAMPAIGN, 1867.
      • WHAT THE SOUTH CAN DO.
      • SUPPRESSED PROCEEDINGS.
      • PROTEST OF MR. TAYLOR.
      • THE HUTCHINSONS' KANSAS SUFFRAGE SONG.
      • CHAPTER XXV.
        • TRIALS AND DECISIONS.
        • JUDGE SELDEN TO MISS ANTHONY.
        • SUSAN B. ANTHONY AS A CORRUPTIONIST.
        • GOING TO JAIL FOR VOTING FOR GRANT.
        • THE NATIONAL CASES AT CANANDAIGUA.
        • THE FEMALE SUFFRAGISTS.
        • WOMEN'S MEETING.
        • WOMAN SUFFRAGE ABOVE HUMAN LAW.
        • WASHINGTON NOTES.
        • NOT A VOTER.
        • KU-KLUX PRISONERS.
        • THE FUNNY CASE OF MISS ANTHONY.
        • MISS ANTHONY'S CASE.
        • THE ALBANY LAW JOURNAL ON SUSAN B. ANTHONY'S CASE.
        • ULYSSES S. GRANT,
        • CORRESPONDENCE FROM WASHINGTON—SPECIAL TO THE COMMONWEALTH.
        • MINOR vs. HAPPERSETT.
      • TRIALS AND DECISIONS.
      • JUDGE SELDEN TO MISS ANTHONY.
      • SUSAN B. ANTHONY AS A CORRUPTIONIST.
      • GOING TO JAIL FOR VOTING FOR GRANT.
      • THE NATIONAL CASES AT CANANDAIGUA.
      • THE FEMALE SUFFRAGISTS.
      • WOMEN'S MEETING.
      • WOMAN SUFFRAGE ABOVE HUMAN LAW.
      • WASHINGTON NOTES.
      • NOT A VOTER.
      • KU-KLUX PRISONERS.
      • THE FUNNY CASE OF MISS ANTHONY.
      • MISS ANTHONY'S CASE.
      • THE ALBANY LAW JOURNAL ON SUSAN B. ANTHONY'S CASE.
      • ULYSSES S. GRANT,
      • CORRESPONDENCE FROM WASHINGTON—SPECIAL TO THE COMMONWEALTH.
      • MINOR vs. HAPPERSETT.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER XVI.
      • WOMAN'S PATRIOTISM IN THE WAR.
      • WOMEN AS SOLDIERS.
      • NATIONAL FREEDMAN'S AID ASSOCIATION.
      • THE WOMAN'S LOYAL LEAGUE.
      • NEW HAMPSHIRE.
      • VERMONT.
      • MASSACHUSETTS.
      • CONNECTICUT.
      • NEW YORK.
      • NEW JERSEY.
      • PENNSYLVANIA.
      • OHIO.
      • INDIANA.
      • ILLINOIS.
      • WISCONSIN.
      • IOWA.
      • MINNESOTA.
      • KANSAS.
      • BUSINESS MEETING.
      • THE PLEDGE.
      • RESOLUTIONS.
      • THE PLATFORM OF THE LEAGUE.
      • COMMENTS OF THE PRESS.
      • FORM OF PETITION.
    • WOMAN'S PATRIOTISM IN THE WAR.
    • WOMEN AS SOLDIERS.
    • NATIONAL FREEDMAN'S AID ASSOCIATION.
    • THE WOMAN'S LOYAL LEAGUE.
    • NEW HAMPSHIRE.
    • VERMONT.
    • MASSACHUSETTS.
    • CONNECTICUT.
    • NEW YORK.
    • NEW JERSEY.
    • PENNSYLVANIA.
    • OHIO.
    • INDIANA.
    • ILLINOIS.
    • WISCONSIN.
    • IOWA.
    • MINNESOTA.
    • KANSAS.
    • BUSINESS MEETING.
    • THE PLEDGE.
    • RESOLUTIONS.
    • THE PLATFORM OF THE LEAGUE.
    • COMMENTS OF THE PRESS.
    • FORM OF PETITION.
    • CHAPTER XVIII.
      • NATIONAL CONVENTIONS, 1866 AND 1867.
      • EDUCATION.
      • THE PULPIT.
      • LABOR.
      • LAW.
      • SUFFRAGE.
      • PROGRESS.
      • RECORD AND OBITUARIES.
      • PHYSICAL CULTURE.
      • EQUAL EDUCATION.
      • LETTERS.
      • FREDERICK DOUGLASS.
      • WILLIAM LLOYD GARRISON,
      • APPEAL FOR UNIVERSAL SUFFRAGE.
      • LETTERS TO THE MAY ANNIVERSARY OF 1867.
      • ACKNOWLEDGMENTS.
      • SOJOURNER TRUTH ON THE PRESS.
    • NATIONAL CONVENTIONS, 1866 AND 1867.
    • EDUCATION.
    • THE PULPIT.
    • LABOR.
    • LAW.
    • SUFFRAGE.
    • PROGRESS.
    • RECORD AND OBITUARIES.
    • PHYSICAL CULTURE.
    • EQUAL EDUCATION.
    • LETTERS.
    • FREDERICK DOUGLASS.
    • WILLIAM LLOYD GARRISON,
    • APPEAL FOR UNIVERSAL SUFFRAGE.
    • LETTERS TO THE MAY ANNIVERSARY OF 1867.
    • ACKNOWLEDGMENTS.
    • SOJOURNER TRUTH ON THE PRESS.
    • CHAPTER XIX.
      • THE KANSAS CAMPAIGN, 1867.
      • WHAT THE SOUTH CAN DO.
      • SUPPRESSED PROCEEDINGS.
      • PROTEST OF MR. TAYLOR.
      • THE HUTCHINSONS' KANSAS SUFFRAGE SONG.
    • THE KANSAS CAMPAIGN, 1867.
    • WHAT THE SOUTH CAN DO.
    • SUPPRESSED PROCEEDINGS.
    • PROTEST OF MR. TAYLOR.
    • THE HUTCHINSONS' KANSAS SUFFRAGE SONG.
    • CHAPTER XXV.
      • TRIALS AND DECISIONS.
      • JUDGE SELDEN TO MISS ANTHONY.
      • SUSAN B. ANTHONY AS A CORRUPTIONIST.
      • GOING TO JAIL FOR VOTING FOR GRANT.
      • THE NATIONAL CASES AT CANANDAIGUA.
      • THE FEMALE SUFFRAGISTS.
      • WOMEN'S MEETING.
      • WOMAN SUFFRAGE ABOVE HUMAN LAW.
      • WASHINGTON NOTES.
      • NOT A VOTER.
      • KU-KLUX PRISONERS.
      • THE FUNNY CASE OF MISS ANTHONY.
      • MISS ANTHONY'S CASE.
      • THE ALBANY LAW JOURNAL ON SUSAN B. ANTHONY'S CASE.
      • ULYSSES S. GRANT,
      • CORRESPONDENCE FROM WASHINGTON—SPECIAL TO THE COMMONWEALTH.
      • MINOR vs. HAPPERSETT.
    • TRIALS AND DECISIONS.
    • JUDGE SELDEN TO MISS ANTHONY.
    • SUSAN B. ANTHONY AS A CORRUPTIONIST.
    • GOING TO JAIL FOR VOTING FOR GRANT.
    • THE NATIONAL CASES AT CANANDAIGUA.
    • THE FEMALE SUFFRAGISTS.
    • WOMEN'S MEETING.
    • WOMAN SUFFRAGE ABOVE HUMAN LAW.
    • WASHINGTON NOTES.
    • NOT A VOTER.
    • KU-KLUX PRISONERS.
    • THE FUNNY CASE OF MISS ANTHONY.
    • MISS ANTHONY'S CASE.
    • THE ALBANY LAW JOURNAL ON SUSAN B. ANTHONY'S CASE.
    • ULYSSES S. GRANT,
    • CORRESPONDENCE FROM WASHINGTON—SPECIAL TO THE COMMONWEALTH.
    • MINOR vs. HAPPERSETT.
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