American Feminism: Women's clubs and settlements

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Taylor & Francis, 2003 - Feminism - 496 pages
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Contents

MULTUM IN PARVO
5
Preface
9
Mrs Percy Pennybackcr The Eighth Biennial Convention
13
Sarah S Platt DeckerThe Meaning of the Womens
21
Mrs John Dickinson Sherman The Womens Clubs
29
Mary Alden Ward The Influence of Womens Clubs in
53
Elizabeth Lindsay David Chapters 1 and 2 from The
101
Dorothea Moore The Work of Womens Clubs in
111
CATALOGUE
224
Ellen Gates Starr Art and Labor in Hull House Maps
229
Florence Mabel Dedrick Our Sister of the Streets
247
Lillian D Wald Organizations within the Settlement
269
Jane AddamsWomens Memories Reacting on Life as
291
Mary Antin The Law of the Fathers in They Who Knock
315
What It Is and
343
Tabulated
351

Frances E Willard The Ballot for the Home Equal
129
Alice Stone Blackwell Suffrage and Temperance Boston
145
A Social Settlement
157
Jane Addams The Subjective Value of Social Settlements
185
Its 18th Year of
199
SETTLEMENT POLITICS 6
206
THE ZONE OK EMERGENCE
212
NEW HEADOJJARTEKS 16
218
Alice Hamilton Journey and Impressions of Congress
371
Womens International League for Peace
427
ZitkalaSa Gertrude Bonnin The Warlike Seven
443
Mary Austin Sex Emancipation through War
453
Caroline Bartlett CraneWhat Every Woman Wants in
465
NEW ASSEMBLY ROOM 16
466
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Professor Janet Beer is Vice Chancellor of Oxford Brookes University.

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