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Women's Work in the 19th Century

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Women's Political Work

    Women's Suffrage and Temperance

  • The Susan B. Anthony House Web Site -- This is the web site for the museum that was Susan B. Anthony's home during the most politically active time of her life and the famous site of her arrest for voting in 1872. This site has pictures, a biography, an online tour of the home and much more.
  • Elizabeth Cady Stanton -- A biographical essay on the most famous free thinking woman of her day.
  • Elizabeth Cady Stanton -- Address: First women's rights convention
  • Votes for Women -- Short biographies of key suffragists
  • 75 Suffragists -- 75 suffragist biographies
  • Jane Adams: Why Women Should Vote, 1915 -- Suffragist pamphlet written by Jane Adams in 1915
  • Women Leaders Online: History Resources -- A solid collection of information, including current issues of "Women of Achievement and Herstory" a daily online newsletter filled with historical anecdotes, quotes, and birthdays of famous women, a women of achievement calendar, a suffrage timeline, the text of the Seneca Falls Declaration, and several interesting links
  • Seneca Falls Conference -- Information about the beginning of the women's rights movement, including links to pages about Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucretia Mott
  • Women's Rights Movement -- This page is sponsored by the National Women's History Project; it is about the movement from 1848-1998
  • Travels for Reform -- Electronic edition of the early work of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony in the temperance, women's rights, and antislavery movements.
  • Temperance LISTSERV Archives -- Online LISTSERV archives of Alcohol and Temperance History Discussion Group. You can browse by month, search the archives, and join the list all from this site.

  • Women Radicals

  • Emma Goldman Papers Online Exhibition -- text and image exhibit of Goldman's early life and later political work. Includes mug shot of Goldman taken when she was "linked" to the assassination of President Mckinley. Goldman lived at the end of 19c. and beginning of 20c.
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