Women Public Speakers in the United States, 1800-1925: A Bio-Critical Sourcebook

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vote would improve women's position, legal and economic inequalities were the root problem that she identified in her rhetoric.


SOURCES

The Blackwell Family Papers (BFP), Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe College, are catalogued as A-77, A-145, and A/B632/a3. They contain her autobiography, including her Oberlin Quarterly Review article; "New Departure in Education," Oberlin Alumni Magazine 5, no. 6 ( March 1909); "Consciousness and Its Helpers," delivered to the Medico-Legal Society in 1898; and "Sex Injustice," delivered to the APA, in an 1897 pamphlet printed by the Philanthropist. Other primary sources include:

"Shadows of Our Social System." New York Tribune. Published serially, 1855.

"Sex and Work." Woman's Journal. Published serially, 1874.

The Philanthropist. APA organ. Previous title: Vigilance. Volumes 1-27, January 1886- January 1914. HOW

Powell Aaron. The National Purity Congress: Its Papers, Addresses, Portraits. 1896. New York: Arno, 1976.


Biographical Sources

Cazden Elizabeth. Antoinette Brown Blackwell: A Biography. Old Westbury, N.Y.: Feminist Press, 1983.

Deen Edith. Great Women of the Christian Faith. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1959.

Hardesty Nancy A. Great Women of Faith: The Strength and Influence of Christian Women. Grand Rapids, Mich.: Baker Book House, 1980.


Critical Sources

Campbell Karlyn Kohrs. "A Movement in Transition: The Debate of 1860." MCSFH 1:71-86.


Chronology of Major Works

"Exegesis of Certain Texts of St. Paul." Oberlin Quarterly Review (July 1849). WRC, Syracuse, 1852. Excerpts, BFP

Whole World's Temperance Convention, New York, 1853. Excerpts, BFP

Seventh National WRC, New York City, 1856. Excerpts, BFP Resolutions and speech, debate on divorce, National WRC, New York City, 1860. MCSFH 2:188-228.

The Sexes Throughout Nature. 1875. Westport, Conn.: Hyperion, 1976.

APA, New York, 1887. Philanthropist 2, no. 3 ( March 1887):6-7.

APA, New York, 1889. Philanthropist 4, no. 3 ( March 1889):5-6.

"Woman and the Regulation System." APA, New York, 1892. Philanthropist 7, no. 1 ( January 1892):2-3, 8.

APA, New York, 1895. Philanthropist 10, no. 3 ( March 1895):7-8.

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