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Fri Mar 21 17:13:43 2014 UTClccn-n860533050.00A history of the National Women's Rights Movement for twenty years ... from 1850 to 1870 ... /0.771.00On the education of females /54522636n 860533051798561Davis, Paula W.Davis, Paulina Wright, 1813-1876Kellogg, Paulina, 1813-1876Wright, Paulina, 1813-1876lccn-n80109891Woodhull, Victoria C.(Victoria Claflin)1838-1927lccn-n91109875Susan B. Anthony Collection (Library of Congress)lccn-n81010194Stone, Lucy1818-1893lccn-n80008822Smith, Elizabeth Oakes Prince1806-1893lccn-n80038097Gage, Matilda Joslyn1826-1898lccn-n93001595National American Woman Suffrage Association Collection (Library of Congress)lccn-no89010956May, Samuel J.(Samuel Joseph)1797-1871lccn-n50011116Phillips, Wendell1811-1884lccn-n90648064Nichols, C. I. H.Mrsnc-new york tribuneNew York TribuneDavis, Paulina W.(Paulina Wright)1813-1876PeriodicalsDiariesHistoryConference proceedingsUnited StatesWomen--SuffrageFeminismTranscendentalism (New England)Women's rightsTranscendentalists (New England)WomenDavis, Paulina W.--(Paulina Wright),Women--EducationWomen's periodicals, AmericanAnthony, Susan B.--(Susan Brownell),Smith, Gerrit,Woodhull, Victoria C.--(Victoria Claflin),Antislavery movementsTemperanceWomen--Social conditionsGarrison, William Lloyd,Stone, Lucy,Tilton, Theodore,Stanton, Elizabeth Cady,Smith, Elizabeth Oakes Prince,FamiliesGage, Matilda Joslyn,Dall, Caroline Wells Healey,PhrenologyCheney, Ednah Dow,Feminism and literatureBlackwell, Antoinette Louisa Brown,Cobbe, Frances Power,Social problemsHigginson, Thomas Wentworth,Neal, John,Women sculptorsInfluence (Literary, artistic, etc.)Manners and customsReam, Vinnie,TravelButler, Josephine Elizabeth Grey,Brown, Olympia,Hooker, John,Mill, John Stuart,Whitman, Walt,Mott, Lucretia,SuffragistsBodichon, Barbara Leigh Smith,Nichols, Mary Sargeant Gove,Massachusetts--WorcesterChild, Lydia Maria,Speeches, addresses, etc., AmericanWomen travelers1813187618371850185118521853187118731970197119741990199920018252968324.3JK189630818ocn000188190book18370.81Davis, Paulina WA history of the national woman's rights movement, for twenty years, with the proceedings of the decade meeting held at Apollo hall, October 20, 1870, from 1850 to 1870, with an appendix containing the history of the movement during the winter of 1871 in the national capitolHistoryConference proceedingsThis pamphlet includes speeches by Matilda Joselyn Gage and Elizabeth Cady Stanton, and an appendix including information on actions taken since the convention, including the memorial of Victoria Woodhull to Congress, 19 December 1870, and her "Great Secession" speech before the NAWSA at Apollo Hall, May 11, 18712785ocn000366045book18710.63Davis, Paulina WA history of the national woman's rights movement956ocn469853010file18710.94Davis, Paulina WA history of the national woman's rights movement, for twenty years with the proceedings of the decade meeting held at Apollo hall, October 20, 1870 from 1850 to 1870642ocn469854087file18530.92Gage, Matilda JoslynWoman's rights tracts416ocn002255518serial0.66The UnaPeriodicals63ocn064077865book18511.00Davis, Paulina WOn the education of females61ocn003563840book18530.81Davis, Paulina WOn the education of females. Read at the Convention in Worcester, Mass., October 16th, 185122ocn155518908mix0.92Davis, Paulina WDiariesCorrespondence includes letters concerning the women's movement in the United States and Europe and the organization of the 1870 Women's Rights Convention, 1866-1876, from Barbara Leigh Bodichon, Mary Booth, Frances Power Cobbe, Kate Newell Doggett, Emily Faithfull, Josephine S. Griffing, Carolina Hildreth, Andre Leo, John Neal, Mary Sargeant Gove Nichols, Elizabeth Proby, Robert Purvis, Vinnie Ream, Gerrit Smith, Sharon Tyndale, Victoria Claflin Woodhull, Catharine Bullard Yale, and Lizzie Avery Merrieweather. Personal letters about family matters, including one by Davis on her approaching death, and condolences on her death, 1853-1878; and two letters to Robert Purvis from others, 1843 and 1890. Other items include her travel diaries from a trip to Europe, 1871-1873; her manuscripts on anatomy, health, women's rights, the sculptor Vickie Ream, John Neal, and women's condition under despotism and democracy, ca. 1840-1871; manuscripts of her book A HISTORY OF THE NATIONAL WOMEN'S RIGHTS MOVEMENT...; and miscellaneous poems and autographs21ocn499482409book1971Davis, Paulina WA history of the National Women's Rights Movement for twenty years ... from 1850 to 1870 ...11ocn819211753book18530.47Woman's rights commensurate with her capacities and obligations a series of tracts, comprising sixteen articles: essays, addresses, or letters of the prominent advocates of woman's larger sphere of actionAmong the tracts in this volume are a speech by Wendell Phillips on women's rights, a speech by Paulina Davis on women's education, and a letter from Angelina Grimke Weld to the Woman's Rights Convention in Syracuse in 185211ocn122449728mix1.00Davis, Paulina Wto H. H. TilleyRegrets that they did not meet. Hopes "to do more for temperance" and to bring out the "paper" in better shape11ocn023782483book18711.00Davis, Paulina WA history of the National Woman's Rights movement for twenty years with the proceedings of the decade meeting held ... October 20, 1870, from 1850 to 1870 with an appendix containing the history of the movement during the winter of 187111ocn071381956book18711.00A history of the national woman's rights movement for twenty years : with the proceedings of the decade meeting held at Apollo Hall, Oct. 20, 1870, from 1850-1870, with an appendix containing the history of the movement during the winter of 1871 in the National Capitol11ocn063464168book19710.47A history of the National Womans̀ Rights Movement, for twenty years, with the proceedings of the decade meeting held at Apollo Hall, [New York,] Oct. 20, 1870, from 1850 to 1870 : with an app. containing the history of the movement during the winter of 1871, in the national capitol11ocn083910642book19711.00Davis, Paulina WA history of the national woman's rights movement, for twenty years from 1850 to 1870 : with the proceedings of the decade meeting held at Apollo hall, October 20, 1870 : with an appendix containing the history of the movement during the winter of 1871 in the national capitol11ocn320798256book1971History of the national woman's rights movement for twenty years, with the proceedings of the Decade Meeting held at Apollo Hall, October 20, 187001ocn256702666book1971A history of the National Woman's Rights Movement, for twenty years : with the proceedings of the decade meeting held at Apollo Hall, Oct. 20, 1870, from 1850 to 1870 ; with an appendix containing the history of of the movement during the winter of 1871, in the National Capitol32ocn647415733file20010.81Wayne, Tiffany KWoman thinking : feminism and transcendentalism in nineteenth-century AmericaHistoryBiography"Woman Thinking explores the theoretical relationship between feminism and Transcendentalism through the ideas and activism of prominent nineteenth-century female thinkers and activists. By analyzing the work of important figures in post-Civil War American intellectual life, such as Ednah Cheney, Caroline Dall, Margaret Fuller, and Elizabeth Oakes Smith, Tiffany K. Wayne demonstrates how Transcendentalism provided a language with particular appeal to women and helped promote an emerging feminist movement with the goal of acknowledging women's right to self-development."--BOOK JACKET22ocn155519797mix0.92Stanton, Elizabeth CadyPapers include correspondence with Susan B. Anthony, Paulina Wright Davis, Elizabeth Smith Miller, Gerrit Smith, and others relating to family matters, her children, the woman's movement, her lectures and travels, publication of her books and articles, women and religion, abolition, temperance, and other social causes, 1839-1902; phrenological report by L.N. Fowler on the character of Stanton, 1853; and clippings, articles, transcripts of her speeches, an autobiographical sketch, and photographs. Other items include correspondence by Margaret Stanton Lawrence and others on the women's movement, other social causes, and Stanton's career, 1796-1921; and manuscripts and typescripts by Margaret Stanton Lawrence about Elizabeth Cady Stanton's life and career22ocn029811879book19900.92Ceniza, SherryWalt Whitman and 'Woman under the new dispensation' : the influence of Louisa Van Velsor Whitman, Abby Hills Price, Paulina Wright Davis, and Ernestine L. Rose on Whitman's poetry and proseCriticism, interpretation, etc21ocn028413119mix1.00Hooker, Isabella BeecherRecords and correspondenceCorrespondence relating to family matters and woman suffrage. Correspondents include Susan B. Anthony (1820-1906), Catharine E. Beecher (1800-1878), Antoinette Brown Blackwell (1825-1921), Henry Browne Blackwell (1825-1909), Olympia Brown (1835-1926), Josephine Butler (1828-1906), Paulina Wright Davis (1813-1876), Matilda Joslyn Gage (1826-1898), William Lloyd Garrison (1805-1879), Josephine W. Griffing (1814-1872), Phebe Coffin Hanaford (1829-1921), Thomas Wentworth Higginson (1823-1911), John Hooker (1816-1901), Mary Rice Livermore (1820-1905), John Stuart Mill (1806-1873), Caroline Severance (1820-1914), Elizabeth Cady Stanton (1815-1902), Lucy Stone (1818-1893), Harriet (Beecher) Stowe (1811-1896), Theodore Tilton (1835-1907), Victoria Claflin Woodhull (1838-1927), and Martha Coffin Wright (1806-1875)11ocn070980210mix1.00Stanton, Elizabeth CadyElizabeth Cady Stanton papersHistoryRecords and correspondenceCorrespondence, speeches, articles, drafts of books, scrapbooks, and printed matter documenting Stanton's career as an advocate for women's rights. Includes material on her efforts on behalf of women's legal status and women's suffrage, the aboliton of slavery, rights for African Americans following the Civil War, temperance, and other nineteenth-century social reform movements. Notes made by Stanton's daughter, Harriot Stanton Blatch, relating to various items have been interfiled with those items in the collection. Correspondents include Susan B. Anthony, Daniel Cady, W. H. Channing, Lydia Maria Francis Child, Frances Power Cobbe, Paulina W. Davis, Frederick Douglass, William Lloyd Garrison, Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Julia Ward Howe, Lucretia Mott, Emmeline Pankhurst, Wendell Phillips, Elizabeth E. Pike, Edith Kermit Carow Roosevelt, John Osborne Sargent, Elizabeth Oakes Prince Smith, Gerrit Smith, Henry Brewster Stanton, Lucy Stone, John Swinton, Theodore Tilton, Thurlow Weed, and John Greenleaf Whittier11ocn070954983book1.00Raritan Bay Union and Eagleswood Military Academy collectionDiariesRecords and correspondenceCorrespondence, documents, newspaper clippings, printed matter, and photos, chiefly relating to Raritan Bay Union, a communal organization in Eagleswood, N.J., founded in 1853 by Marcus and Rebecca (Buffum) Spring, after the dissolution of North American Phalanx, an earlier utopian community with which they were associated; correspondence (1836-1874) of the Springs, and diary (1844-1857?) of Rebecca Spring; letters (1864-1865) written by Maria Buffum to her granddaughter, Mary Buffum Bartlett; papers (1837-1850), of George Kephart, slave trader, of Alexandria, Va., which were in Marcus Spring's possession; and material on Eagleswood Military Academy, Perth Amboy, N.J11ocn318984186mix1.00Woodhull, Victoria CVictoria Woodhull-Martin papersRecords and correspondenceThis collection consists of general correspondence from 1870 to 1929 including letters from Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Paulina Wright Davis, Jerome K. Jerome, and Charles Mackay. Also included is family correspondence and estate correspondence through 1962. In addtion the collection consists of autobiographical notes, speeches and pamphlets, photographs, and newspaper clippings. Subjects covered in the material include astrology, the occult, and Greek mythology11ocn051147354visu18501.00Buttre, John ChesterPaulina W. DavisPaulina W. Davis, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing left11ocn052571659art1999Davis, Paulina Kellogg WrightBiography11ocn232007096mix18731.00Davis, Paulina WAutograph letter from Davis to her husband concerning travel, finances, and children12ocn232006607book1.00Gage, Matilda JoslynHistoryPersonal narrativesFamily correspondence consists primarily of letters to Thomas Clarkson Gage and Helen Leslie Gage from their parents. The letters include descriptions of the mother's suffrage work, advice to Thomas upon his marriage in 1885, and lengthy discussions of financial affairs, particularly regarding Thomas's business dealings in South Dakota. Letters written in later years reflect Matilda Gage's growing interest in spiritualism, with advice based on astrological and spiritual considerations01ocn122481746mixSmith, GerritHistoryArchivesBusiness, family and general correspondence, incoming and outgoing (1795-1897); business and land records (1775-1910); writings (1820-1924); and maps (1790-1827)Fri Mar 21 15:52:17 EDT 2014batch20688