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Woman suffrage and politicsby Carrie Chapman Catt and Nettie Rogers Shuler

Chronological Record of the Wi...

Index

Abbott, Rev. Lyman, 126

Abolitionists. See Anti-Slavery

Acklen, Col. Joseph H., 424

Acts of Reconstruction, 228

Adams, Abigail, 9

Adams, John Quincy, 15

Addams, Jane, 239

Agricultural and Commercial Press Service, 158

Alabama, 12, 314 ff., 468 ff.

Alaska, 189

Allen, Gov. Henry J., 291, 344

Amendments, Federal—

13th, 32, 36

14th, 41 ff., 46 ff., 59, 67, 72, 89, 92 ff.

15th, 32, 65, 68 ff., 87, 94 ff., 228, 366

16th, 71, 246, 405

17th, 246

18th, 365 ff., 405

19th, 366 ff., 405

American Anti-Slavery Societies, 17

American Constitutional League, 446

American Equal Rights Association, 63 ff.

American Revolution, 4

American Woman Suffrage Association, 267 ff., et seq.

Andreae, Percy, 141, 145 ff., 149, 195, 197, 202, 217, 220, 303

Anheuser-Busch Brewing Association, 217

Anthony, Susan B., 22 ff., 25 ff., 28, 29, 35, 36 ff., 50, 54, 61, 63, 75, 88, 90, 91 ff., 99 ff., 115 ff., 227, 231 ff., 267 ff., 280, 299, 385, 467

Anti-liquor movement, 13, 22 ff., 28, 29 ff.

Anti-Saloon League, 201 ff., 416

Anti-slavery movement, 13 ff., 17, 29 ff., 32, 88

Anti-Slavery Standard, 55

Anti-Suffrage activities, 271 ff., 314 ff., 353, 360, 368, 379, 395, 410, 412, 441, 450, 453, 458

Arizona, 128 ff., 176 ff., 389

Arkansas, 315, 319, 353 ff.

Association Opposed to Suffrage for Women, 271, 276, 312, 371

Atlantic Monthly, 97 ff.

Bailey, Justice, 455

Baird, Sen. (N. J.), 327 ff.

Balfour, Mr., 338

Bankhead, Sen. John H., 469

Banner, Nashville, 425, 443

Barnhart, Representative, 321

Barrels and Bottles, Indianapolis, 221

Barrett, Hugh, 388

Bartlett, Gov., 355

Bauer, Carl, 184

Beck, Senator (Kentucky), 232 ff.

Beecher, Catherine, Essay on Slavery, “Duty of American Females,” 15

Beecher, Henry Ward, 29, 39 ff., 55

Beeckman, Gov. R. Livingston, 372

Behrman, Mayor Martin, 314, 481, 484

Beis, Mr., 141, 198

Bennett, James Gordon, 27

Bickett, Gov., 478

Bilbo, Gov. Theodore G., 470

Bilgrien, Herman, 345

Bingham, Senator, 73

Black, Gov. James D., 374

Blackwell, Alice Stone, 269

Blackwell, Elizabeth, 21, 34

Blackwell, Henry B., 54, 269

Blaine, James G., 44, 60, 66

Blaine, “Twenty Years in Congress,” 86

Bloch, Jesse A., 393 ff

Bloomer, Amelia, 22

Bloomer, Mrs. Nevada, 113

Bonner, Neil, 154

Borah, Sen., 253, 327

Boston and Maine Railroad, 153, 166 ff.

Boston Female Anti-Slavery Society, 14

Boyle, Gov. Emmet D., 379

Bradwell, Myra, 93, 95

Braxton, “Fifteenth Amendment,” 65

Brent, Mistress, 8

Brewers Association, 111, 124 ff., 133 ff., et seq.

Brezeale, Phanor, 483

Bright, Mr., 77 ff.

British Anti-Slavery Societies, 17

Brown, Antoinette, 23 ff., 26

Brown, L. Ames, 279

Bryce, James, “Modern Democracies,” 164, 166, 168

Burn, Harry, 449 ff.

Burn, Mrs. J. L., 451

Busch, Adolph, 140

Busch, August A., 217

Butler, Benjamin F., 106

Butler, Marion, 253

Byrne, W. E. R., 395

California, 29, 42, 123, 153, 174 ff., 237, 358

Campbell, Gov. John W., 78, 352, 389

“Capitol Ring,” Oklahoma, 306

Capital, Topeka, 121

Carey, Gov. Robert D., 379

Carpenter, Sen. Matthew, 93, 105

Carroll, Anna Ella, 35

Cartter, Chief Justice, 94 ff.

Casteel, H. H., 471

Catt, Carrie Chapman, 250, 268 ff.

Catts, Gov. Sidney J., 485

Champion of Fair Play, 155

Chandler, Sen. William E., 167

Channing, Rev. William Henry, 24

Chapman, Maria Weston, 16

Child, Lydia Maria, 38

Chinese, 66, 87, 123, 176

Chronicle, California, 123

Church, and women, 7, 15

Civil War, 31, 32 ff., 89, 160 ff., 227 ff.

Clark, Champ, 484

Clark, Chief Justice (N. C.), 428

Clement, Gov. Percival W., 399, 400, 404 ff., 461

Clements, H. H., 440

Cleveland, Grover, 112, 114, 128, 232

Coggeshell, Mary J., 216

Colby, Bainbridge, 455

Colby, Everett, 388

College Equal Suffrage League, 285

Collins, Emily P., 20

Collins, Sen., 445

Colorado, 117 ff., 362 ff.

Colt, Colonel, 373

Comer, Charles P., 349

Common Law, 6

Concord Railway, 166 ff.

Congregational Churches of Massachusetts, 15

Congress, 32, 33, 38 ff., 43 ff., 46 ff., 57, 68, 97, 105, 229 ff., 240, 248, 261, 316 ff., 333 ff., 364 ff., 491

Congressional Committee for Woman Suffrage, 243 ff., 250, 319 ff.

Congressional Hearing on Suffrage, 69

Congressional Union, 243 ff., 255, 269

Connecticut, 12, 399 ff., 400 ff.

Continental Congress, 9

Conventions, Woman Suffrage, 26 ff., 29, 92, 100, 234, 243, 259 ff., 318 ff., 339, 381 ff.

Cornwell, Gov. John J., 392

Courant, Hartford, 402

Cowan, Senator, 46 ff.

Cox, James M., 399, 437 ff., 444, 452, 484

Crane, Sen. Murray, 253

Cromer, Lord, 323

Crosser, Mr., 321

Crowley, Richard, 102, 105 ff.

Cummings, Homer, 384, 365, 484

Cummins, Senator, 341

Curtis, George William, 29, 52, 55

Cutler, Hannah Tracy, 29

Daily Oklakoman, 310, 312

Dame Schools, 10

Daniels, Josephus, 465

Daughters of Temperance, 22

Davis, Gov. D. W., 388

Davis, Frank, Jr., 208

Davis, Paulina Wright, 11, 29

Davis, President of West Point, 25

Declaration of Independence, 9, 20, 31, 33, 57

Declaration of Women's Rights, 20

Delaware, 407 ff.

Democrat, Rochester, 26

Democrats, passim.

Dickinson, Anna, 36

Diggs, Annie E., 120

District of Columbia, 15, 68, 93

Divine Right of Kings, 4

Divine Right of Men, 4

Dixon, Senator, 183

Dodson, T. A., 453

Douglas, Frederick, 55

Dowlen, R. L., 448

Doyle, Mr., 143

Drake, Dr. Emma F. A., 389

Drenning, T. H., 56

Drew, Mr., 330 ff.

Dunniway, Abigail Scott, 124 ff.

Dupont, Pierre, 409

Eddy, Elizabeth, 270

Edge, Sen. Walter E., 388

Edmunds, Senator, 105, 127

Education of women, 7, 8 ff. 16, 21

Edwards, Edward I., 388

Election frauds, 170 ff., 181 ff., 204 ff., 307 ff.

Ellis, Dr. A. Caswell, 314

Emancipation Proclamation, 32, 35

“Emergency Corps,” 400 ff.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo, 29

Empire State Campaign Committee, 287, 201

England, suffrage struggle in, 240 ff., 323, 338

Eskridge, Ex-Gov. C. V., 120

Fairchild Case, 461

Fairchild, Charles S., 455

Farmer's Alliance, 114 ff.

Farmers' Co-operative Association, 158

Fawcett, Millicent Garrett, 241

Federal Suffrage Amendment, 89, 227 ff., 246 ff., 250 ff., et seq., 269 317 ff., 342, 366, 495, 496 (summary)

Ferguson, Gov. James E., 256, 258, 315, 329, 349

Ferguson, W. O., 380

Ferres, Governor, 183

Fess, Representative, 439

Fillmore, Ex-President, 102

“Floaters,” 167

Florida, 485 ff.

Force Bill, 87, 88

Foster, Mrs. J. Ellen, 120

Fox, Hugh T., 155 ff., 273

Frazer, Governor, 361

Freedman's Bureau, 36

Freeling, S. P., 306, 311 ff., 391 ff.

Frelinghuysen, Sen. Joseph S., 388,

Frierson, Asst. Atty.-Gen., 426

“Front Door Lobby,” 316

Fuller, Margaret, 12

Fusionists, 114

Gage, Frances D., 29

Gage, Matilda Joslyn, 102

Gaines, Joseph Holt, 395

Gallinger, Senator (N. H.), 330

Gardner, Gov. Frederick D., 349

Gardner, Mr., of Penn. Brewers, 149

Garrison, William Lloyd, 14, 17, 29, 44, 55

Geneva Medical College, 21

Georgia, 466 ff.

German-American Alliance, 147 ff., 184, 194 ff., 197, 201, 221

German woman suffrage, 339

Germans, 135 ff., 298

Gillette, Speaker, 342

Goodrich, Gov. James P., 377 ff.

Gormley, Senator, 412

Granges, 114, 126

Grant, Ulysses S., 60, 69, 75, 81, 86, 105

Greeley, Horace, 27, 49 ff., 52 ff., 57, 90, 91

Greeley, Mrs. Horace, 53, 55

Green, Carlton W., 359

Greenwood, Grace, 29, 268

Gregory, “Legacy to My Daughters,” 8

Griffin, J. Frank, 448

Griffing, Mrs. Josephine, 36

Grimke sisters, 13, 14, 16

Haines, “Third Party Movements,” 239

Hall, Judge N. K., 101 ff., 106

Handicaps to woman suffrage, 160 ff.

Hanley, J. Frank, 416 ff., 419

Hanover, Joe, 448

Harding, W. L., 218 ff., 222, 225, 349

Harding, Warren G., 398, 402 ff., 405, 439, 443, 444, 452

Hart, Assemblyman, 411

Hart, Gov. Louis A., 384

Hart, Louis F., 395

Haskell, Frances M., 396

Hawke, George S., 415 ff.

Hayes, President, 229

Hays, Will H., 373, 384, 403

Hebard, Grace Raymond, in Journal of American History, 80

Heflin, Mr., 245

Herald, Chicago, 251 ff.

Herald, New York, 27, 65

Hicks, Representative, 321

Higginson, Thomas Wentworth, 23, 55, 63

“History of Woman Suffrage” quoted, 22, 25, 41 ff.

Hitchcock, Senator (Nebr.), 327

Hoar, Sen. George F., 228, 232

Holcomb, Gov. Marcus A., 399, 400 ff., 404, 460

“Home Rule Amendment,” 202 ff.

Homestead, Iowa, 218 ff.

Hook, Andrew J., 331 ff.

Hooker, Isabelle Beecher, 02

“Hottentots,” 236 ff.

House, 234, 318, 340

Houston, Robert, 412

Hoyt, Ex-Governor, 79

Hudson, Eliza, 121

Hughes, Charles Evans, 259, 416 ff., 428

Hugo, Victor, “Century of Women,” 9

Hunt, Judge Ward, 102 ff.

Hurst, Mrs., 380

Idaho, 122 ff., 388 ff.

Illinois, 189 ff., 444

“Illinois Law,” 189 ff.

Immigrants, 161

Income tax, 246, 261

Independent, The, 55

Indiana, 377 ff.

Initiative and Referendum, 366 ff., 417 ff.

Interstate Conference Committee, 142 ff.

Iowa, 196, 211 ff., 263, 349

Joffre, General, 338

Johns, Laura M., 120

Johnson, President Andrew, 42, 48, 75

Jones, Sen. A. A., 328

Journal, Kennebec, 360

Journal, Providence, 373

Julian, George W., 67 ff., 71, 127

Jurors, women, 80 ff.

Kansas, 29, 51, 52, 54 ff., 119 ff., 177

Keller, Joseph, 148

Kelly, Abby, 14, 16

Kemmerle, Fred, 217

Kentucky, 12, 374 ff.

Kilby, Governor, 469

Kingman, Hon. J. W., 76

Kipling, Parody of “If,” 383

Kitchin, Mr., 319

Knights of Labor, 115

Ku Klux Klan, 73, 87, 88, 100

La Follette, Senator, 236 ff.

Langford, Judge, 454

Lansden, Judge, 454

Larch-Miller, Miss Aloysius, 390 ff.

Law Journal, Albany, 103

Layton, Daniel, 409

Lazzarola, Gov. C. A., 389 ff.

League of Women Voters, 386, 433, 440 ff., 451, 456

Ledbetter, Judge, 306 ff.

Legal disabilities of women, 5, 12, 21

Legal tests of women suffrage, 364 ff.

Leser vs. Garnett case, 461

Leslie, Mrs. Frank, 270

Liberal Advocate, Columbus, 274

Liberal convention, 1872, 90

Lilly, Mrs. Mary B., 346

Lincoln, Abraham, 32, 35, ff., 42, 69 ff., 79, 166, 235

Lippitt, Ex-Senator, 373

Liquor interests, 181, 186 ff., 192 ff., 196 ff., 270 ff., 273 ff., 303, 367, 417, et passim.

Llewellyn, Governor, 121

Lobbyists, 150 ff.

Lodge, Sen. Henry Cabot, 253 ff., 330, 483

Lorton, Mrs. Eugene, 312

Louisiana, 89, 313 ff., 480 ff.

Lowden, Gov. Frank O., 344

Lyons, Mr., 306

Lyons, William, 412 ff.

Macomb County, Michigan, Retail Liquor Dealers' Association, 275

Madison, Robert, 359

Maine, 21, 22, 302 ff., 359 ff.

Maling, Mr., 276

Mann, James R., 321, 340

Married women, rights of, 6

Marshall, Vice-President, 342

Maryland, 8, 393, 446, 474 ff.

Mason, Judge O. P., 111

Massachusetts, 15, 26, 28, 293 ff., 348

Matthews, John Mabry, 65 ff.

Matthews, “Legislative and Judicial History,” 87, 90, 97

McAlester, W. C., 306

McCabe, John H., 374

McClintock, Ann, 19

McGraw, James A., 391

McKellar, Senator, 450

McKinley, Speaker, 191

McNabb, John E., 410, 412

Mellis, David M., 61

Michelson, M., 156 ff.

Michigan, 110, 179 ff., 305

Militants, 241, 243

Military Reconstruction Act, 59

Mill, Mrs. John Stuart, 26

Miller, Justice, 97

Miller, L. D., 448

Miller, Nathan L., 469

Milliken, Gov. Carl E., 360

Minnesota, 29

Minor, Francis, 93, 94 ff.

Minor, Virginia L., 93, 95

Mississippi, 12, 21, 89, 411, 470 ff.

Missouri, 194, 349

Mob convention, 26

Mondell, Representative (Wyoming), 248

Monroe, Senator, 445

Montana, 193 ff.

Montgomery, A. R., 393 ff.

Morgan, Senator (Alabama), 233

Morris, Mrs. Esther, 75 ff., 79 ff.

Morton, Senator Oliver P., 228

Moses, Senator (N. H.), 327, 331 ff.

Mott, James, 20

Mott, Lucretia, 17, 29, 63, 68

National Association of Commerce and Labor, 147

National Bulletin, 148

National Enquirer, Indianapolis, 419

National Female Anti-Slavery Society, 14, 15

National Forum, 155, 274, 278

National Hotel Men's Association, 142

National Loyal League, 35

National Retail Dealers' Association, 154

National Retail Liquor Dealers' Association, 141 ff.

National Woman Suffrage Association, 174 ff., 207, 235, 237, 243 ff., 250 ff., 264 ff., 280 ff., 304, 306, 317 ff., 376 ff., 381 ff., 396 ff., 433 ff., et passim.

Nebraska, 48, 92, 110 ff., 354 ff.

Negro question, 13 ff., 30, 42 ff., 46 ff., passim, 76 ff., 464 ff., 491

Negro suffrage, 32, 33, 42 ff., 46 ff., passim., 76 ff., 86 ff., 163 ff., 199, 228, 233, 483 ff.

Nevada, 42, 194, 379 ff.

New Hampshire, 126 ff., 166, 330 ff., 355

New Jersey, 9, 292 ff., 387 ff.

New Mexico, 389 ff.

New Republic, 156 ff.

New York (State), 15, 21, 22 ff., 26, 29 ff., 38, 51, 55, 57 ff., 170, 266, 280 ff., 294 ff., 346

New York City suffrage campaign, 280 ff.

Newbold, Governor, of Iowa, 213

Newburg Memorial Association, 210

News, Chattanooga, 426

Nichols, Clarinda I., 29

Nichols, Mary Gore, 11

Nickerson, Captain, 76

Norbeck, Gov. Peter, 361

North American Review, 279

North Carolina, 476 ff.

North Dakota, 361

Nugent, James R., 292, 387 ff.

Oberlin College, Ohio, 13, 21

Ohio, 24, 28, 140, 196 ff., 274, 368, 414 ff.

Oklahoma, 127 ff., 169, 305 ff., 390 ff.

Olcott, Gov. Ben W., 375 ff.

Oregon, 29, 42, 124 ff., 177 ff., 356, 375 ff.

Osborn, Governor, of Michigan, 179, 181

Overman, Sen. Lee S., 464, 477

Owen, Sen. Robert L., 391 ff.

Padillo, Dan, 390

Palmer, A. Mitchell, 374, 388, 405

Parades, 3, 235 ff., 241 ff., 251 ff., 285 ff., 296

Parker, Gov. John M., 481 ff.

Parker, Theodore, 29

Patrons of Husbandry, 214

Paul, Alice, 241, 244

Pay of legislators, 166

Pennsylvania, 21, 149, 293, 347 ff.

Penrose, Sen. Boies, 253, 347

Perry, Sen. W. A., 374

Phillips, Wendell, 24, 29, 39 ff., 49, 55

Pierce, Gilbert A., 115, 491

Pierson, Anna, T., 355

Pillsbury, Parker, 61

Pittman, Sen. Key, 256 ff.

Pleasant, Gov. Ruffin G., 353, 483, 484

Politics against woman suffrage, 489 ff.

Polk County Woman Suffrage Society, 212

Pollock, William P., 334

Pomerene, Senator (Ohio), 327

Pomeroy, Senator, 49, 67

Populist Party, 114, 118, 119 ff.

Press, Savannah, 466

Price, Attorney-General, 417

Progress, 154

Progressive Party, 175, 177, 189, 238 ff., 254

Prohibition, 22, 115, 133 ff., 154, 196 ff., 207 ff., 278, 324, 365 ff., 415 ff., (see also Liquor interests)

Railroads, 151 ff., 166 ff.

Raker, Mr., 320

Rankin, Jeannette, 194, 318

Ratification of Suffrage Amendment, 343 ff., 351 ff., 371 ff., et seq.

Red Cross, 34, 295

Reed, Senator (Mo.), 341

Referendum question, 417 ff.

Register, Iowa, 218

Remonstrance, 116, 271

Republicans, passim.

Resolutions Committee, 252 ff., 256, 335

Revolution, 61 ff., 74, 270

Rhode Island, 112, 190, 372 ff.

Richardson, “Life of Grant,” 69

Riddick, T. K., 447, 458

Riddle, Albert G., 93 ff., 96, 98

Riddle, Sen. Agnes, 363

Ritchie, Governor, 475

Roads, Iowa controversy, 218 ff.

Roberts, Governor, 426 ff., 432 ff., 455

Robertson, Alice, 312

Robertson, Gov. J. B. A., 390

Rogers, Nathaniel P., 17

Roosevelt, Theodore, 177, 227, 235, 237 ff., 323, 333, 490

Root, Elihu, 365

Roraback, John Henry, 399, 402, 404

Rose, Ernestine L., 29

Rousseau, Jean Jacques, 8

Ruppert, President, of Brewers' Association, 134 ff.

Russell, Gov. Lee M., 470

Russians, 116 ff.

Sage, Mrs. Russell, 11

Sammis, Mrs. Ida, 346

Sanders, J. Y., 484

Sanders, Newell, 453

Sanitary Commission, The, 34 ff.

San Souci, Lt.-Gov. Emery J., 374

Sargent, A. A., 228

Sargent, Senator, 105.

Saulsbury, Senator (Del.), 327 ff.

Sawyer, Joan, 289

Schenck, Miss, 355

Schlighting, Mr., 144

Schmidt, Oscar, 143, 188

School suffrage, 12

Schurz, Sen. Carl, 67

Schwab, John, 201

Scott, Henry P., 411

Selden, Judge Henry R., 100, 101 ff.

Senate, United States, passim.

Senate Judiciary Committee, 92

Shafroth, Sen. John, 247, 302

Shaw, Dr. Anna Howard, 241, 260, 268 ff., 338, 385

Shaw, Miss, 236

Sheeks, Ben, 78

Sherman, General, 88

Shoup, Gov. Oliver H., 362 ff.

Silver movement, 114

Simmons, Senator, 477

Sims, Representative, 321

Slavery, 13, 14, 28

Smith, Gov. Alfred E., 344

Smith, Gerrit, 49 ff.

Smoot, Senator, 253

Smuts, General, 337

Socialists, 298

Soldiers' ballots, 307 ff.

Sons of Temperance, 22

South Carolina, 472

South Dakota, 114 ff., 304, 361 ff.

Spencer, Senator (Mo.), 341

Springer, William M., 83

Springfield Republican, 41 ff.

Sproul, Governor, 347

Staatsverbund Michigan, 184

Stanton, Elizabeth Cady, 17, 22, 28 ff., 35, 37, 51, 54 ff., 61, 63, 68 ff., 73, 92, 228, 267 ff., 270

State Journal, Wisconsin, 345 ff.

States that did not ratify, 462 ff.

Steering Committee, 320

Stephens, Gov. William D., 358 ff.

Stevens, Alexander, 97 ff.

Stevens, Thaddeus, 42, 49

Stone, Lucy, 13, 27, 29, 54, 267, 269 ff.

Sturgeon, Mrs. T. H., 312

Sumner, Arthur P., 373 ff.

Sumner, Sen. Charles, 35, 38, 42, 47, 49, 324

Supreme Court, Federal, 93 ff., 99 ff., 365, 368, 371, 414 ff., 422, 424, 427, 461

Taft, William Howard, 236 ff., 279

Tammany Hall, 283, 297 ff.

Taxation, 4, 9

Taylor, Mrs., 26

Teachers' Convention, N. Y., 25

Temperance movement, 22

Tennessee, 422 ff., 478 ff.

Tennesseean, 426, 432 ff.

Texas, 12, 314, 315, 329, 348

Texas Business Men's Association, 157

Texas Democrats, 314

Thomas, Sen. Charles S., 240

Thompson, Att'y-Gen'l, 454 ff.

Thompson, Mrs. Alexander, 376

Thompson, Frank M., 428

Thorp, “Constitutional History of the United States,” quoted, 32, 54, 65

Thuenen, Henry, 144, 149, 217, 219

Tilton, theodore, 39, 55, 64

Times, Akron, Ohio, 206

Times, New York, 256, 257

Todd, A. L., 440, 442

Townsend, Governor, 408 ff.

Train, George Francis, 61

Trapp, Lt.-Gov. Edward, 306

Tribune, New York, 27, 50, 52, 55

Trotter, William, 464 ff.

Troy Female Seminary, 10, 11

Turner, Banks, 448 ff.

Underwood, Sen. Oscar W., 469

Union Leader, Manchester, 332

Union League Club, N. Y., 290

Unmarried women, rights of, 6, 7

Upton, Harriet Taylor, 456

Utah, 68, 127 ff., 355

Van Voorhis, John, 102

Vermont, 315, 399, 404 ff., 461

Victory summarized, 495-496

Virginia, 473 ff.

Von Baer, 12

Votes, buying of, 163 ff.

Wade, Senator, 49

Wadsworth, Sen. James, 253, 327, 334, 336

Walker, Seth, 440 ff., 447 ff., 452 ff., 459

Wallace, Henry M., 183

Walpole, Horace, 8

Walsh, Senator (Montana), 257, 258

War Congress, 318

Ward &&; Gow, 297

Washington (State), 112 ff., 153, 174, 384

Watts, R. H., 471

Wayne, Frances Bedford, 276

Webb, Chairman, 320

Weeks, Senator (Mass.), 327, 330, 336

Weinland, Edgar L., 207 ff.

West Virginia, 300 ff., 393 ff.

Westminster Review, 26

Wheeler, Everett P., 446

Wheeler, Wayne, 416

Whitman, Governor (N. Y.), 297

Whittier, John Greenleaf, 16

Wholesale Liquor Dealers' Association, 124 ff.

Wilcox, William, 326

Willard, Mrs. Emma, 10

Willard, Frances, 134

William, King, of Prussia, 81

Williams, Miss Charl, 441, 456

Williams, John Sharp, 470

Williams, Gov. Robert L., 306 ff., 313

Williams, Senator (of Mississippi), 324

Wilson, Sen. Henry, 49, 59

Wilson, Woodrow, 189, 238, 255, 257 ff., 264, 292, 323 ff., 334, 342, 374, 392, 399, 426, 465

Wisconsin, 28, 29, 186, 344 ff.

Woolstonecraft, Mary, “The Vindication of Women,” 8

Woman Citisen, 266, 270, 335, 341, 398

“Woman Suffrage History,” quoted, 111

“Woman Suffrage Party,” 283

Woman's Christian Temperance Union, 134, 154, 197, 221, 223, 278, 281, 300 ff.

Woman's Journal, 242, 270, 276

Woman's Party, 269

Woman's State Temperance Society, 22

Women's Political Union, 285

Women's Rights Conventions, 17, 19 ff., 26, 29, 38, 78, 92, 100

World, New York, 61, 284

World War, 249, 265, 292, 337

World's Anti-Slavery Convention, 17

World's Temperance Convention, 23 ff.

Wright, Martha C., 19

Wyoming, 74 ff., 83, 127, 379

Young, Harlan, 112

Young, Houston G., 393

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