Against the Tide: Women Reformers in American Society

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Wells, Crusade, 100.
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Ida B. Wells, A Red Record, repr. in Harris, ed., Selected Works of Ida B. Wells- Barnett, 231.
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Wells, Crusade, 183.
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New York Times, 4 September 1894.
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New York Times, 27 July 1894.
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Wells- Barnett, A Red Record, 213-214.
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Ida B. Wells, "Lynching: Our National Crime," repr. in Mildred I. Thompson, ed., "Ida B. Wells-Barnett: An Exploratory Study of an American Black Woman", 1893- 1930 ( New York, 1990), 264.
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Wells, Crusade, 325-326.

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