The Elizabeth Cady Stanton-Susan B. Anthony Reader: Correspondence, Writings, Speeches

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The documents delineate the progress of American reform politics from Stanton's speech at Seneca Falls in 1848 into the early twentieth century, when a conflict developed between the two feminists over woman suffrage. In her new introduction, Ellen Carol DuBois considers the current historiographical perspective on Stanton and Anthony.
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Overview

The documents delineate the progress of American reform politics from Stanton's speech at Seneca Falls in 1848 into the early twentieth century, when a conflict developed between the two feminists over woman suffrage. In her new introduction, Ellen Carol DuBois considers the current historiographical perspective on Stanton and Anthony.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781555531430
  • Publisher: Northeastern University Press
  • Publication date: 10/30/1992
  • Edition description: Rev. ed.
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 288
  • Product dimensions: 8.12 (w) x 7.84 (h) x 0.67 (d)

Table of Contents

Foreword
Introduction to the Revised Edition
From the Introduction to the 1981 Edition
Pt. 1 1815-1861
Introduction 2
Document 1: Stanton, "Address Delivered at Seneca Falls," July 19, 1848 27
Document 2: Anthony, Letter on temperance, August 26, 1852; Stanton, "Appeal for the Maine Law," January 21, 1853 36
Document 3: Stanton, "Address to the Legislature of New York on Women's Rights," February 14, 1854 44
Document 4: Stanton and Anthony, Letters, 1852-1859 53
Document 5: Anthony, Diary of a lecture tour with Ernestine Rose to Washington, Baltimore, and Philadelphia, 1854 70
Document 6: Stanton, "Speech to the Anniversary of the American Anti-Slavery Society," 1860 78
Pt. 2 1861-1873
Introduction 88
Document 7: Stanton, "Speech at Lawrence, Kansas," 1867 113
Document 8: Stanton, "Gerrit Smith on Petitions" 119
Document 9: Stanton, "Speech to The McFarland-Richardson Protest Meeting," May, 1869 125
Document 10: Stanton, "Home Life," c. 1875 131
Document 11: Anthony, "Suffrage and the Working Woman," 1871 139
Document 12: Anthony, "Homes of Single Women," October, 1877 146
Document 13: Anthony, "Constitutional Argument," 1872 152
Document 14: Stanton, "Proposal to Form a New Party," May, 1872 166
Pt. 3 1874-1906
Introduction 172
Document 15: Letters to Anthony in support of woman suffrage, 1880 201
Document 16: Stanton, "Address of Welcome to the International Council of Women," March 25, 1888 208
Document 17: Anna Howard Shaw, "Aunt Susan," 1890 216
Document 18: Stanton, "Address to the Founding Convention of the National American Woman Suffrage Association," February, 1890 222
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" 228
Document 20: Stanton, "The Solitude of Self," January 18, 1892 246
Document 21: Anna Howard Shaw, "The Passing of Aunt Susan"; Helen Gardener, "Elizabeth Cady Stanton" 255
Pt. 4 Supplementary Documents
Document 22: Phrenological Reports, 1853 269
Document 23: Stanton and Anthony, Letters, July 24, 1895 - October 26, 1902 277
Index 301
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