Stepping out of the Shadows: Alabama Women, 1819-1990

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Index
Abortion, issue in legislature, 158, 171
African-American women, 2, 3, 7; in mission work, 48-51, 52, 55; in temperance movement, 81-83; women's clubs, 85-87; in suffrage movement, 89-90; Adella Hunt Logan and the Tuskegee Woman's Club, 96-113; white fear of, as voters, 100; attitude of white suffrage leaders toward, 101; themes in suffrage movement, 101; in legislature, 160, 161, 163-66
Alabama Child Welfare Department, 7; history of, 134-35
Alabama Conference on Social Work, 136
Alabama Department of Public Welfare, 8; Dunn's work in, 135-36, 138-40; status of, when Dunn retired, 150
Alabama Equal Suffrage Association, 8, 75, 81, 87; establishment of, 88-89; drive for Nineteenth Amendment, 90-91, 154
Alabama Federation of Colored Women, 6, 81-83, 85, 109
Alabama Federation of Women's Clubs, 6, 7, 75; establishment of and program, 83-85; endorsed suffrage, 89
Alabama Relief Administration, 134
Alabama Social Welfare, 138
Alabama Training School for Girls, 125
Alabama White Ribbon, 77
Alabama Woman's Christian Temperance Union, 52, 75; establishment of and activities, 77-81; endorsed suffrage, 89; colored unions, 81, 83
Alabama Women's Commission, 158, 160
Alabama Women's Hall of Fame, 152
Alabama Women's History Forum, 1
Alabama Women's Political Caucus, 168
American Baptist Home Mission Society, aid to Selma University, 47-48, 55
American Missionary Association, 6, 43; goals of, 45; established schools in Alabama, 45-47, 54, 55
American Public Welfare Association, 8, 133, 136, 143; history of, 147; Dunn becomes president of, 147-49
American Woman's Suffrage Association, 97-98
Anthony, Susan B., 97, 98, 104, 107
Atkins, Leah Marie Rawls, 124
Austin, Kitty Clyde, 149
Bane, Frank, 134, 148, 149
Bankhead, John Hollis, Sr., 70
Barfield-Carter, Melson, 119
Bedsole, Ann, first Republican woman in legislature and first in the senate, 162, 170, 171, 174
Berryman, Kylie T., selected to fill husband's seat in legislature, 158, 174
Birmingham-Southern College, 125
Birmingham World, 181

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