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

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INDEX
Abbot, Edith, 3
abolitionist movement: abolitionist agents, 206 (See also Weld, Theodore); generally, x-xi, xiv, xv, 19, 63, 66, 76-78, 125, 128, 136, 156, 161-62, 206-10, 216-21, 223, 235, 250, 280, 294-95, 339-41, 343, 350, 356, 393, 421-22, 424-25; religious influences, 207, 213
abortion, 195, 201
Acheson, Sarah, 111
Adams, John, 83
Adams, Samuel, 414
Addams, Jane: argumentation, 6-8; ethos and personae, 6, 8; generally, xiii, xv, 1-10; speeches and writings, 2-3, 6-9; strategies, 8-9; style, 7, 9
Addams, John Huy, 2
Afro-American League, 463
agrarian myth, 113-15, 118, 121
Albion College, 409
Alcott, Louisa May, 85
Amazons, 260, 382
American Anti-Slavery Society, 78, 125, 216
American Association of Spiritualists, 89
American Association of University Women, 304
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), 203
American Economic Association, 3
American Equal Rights Association (AERA): Convention of 1869, 83; generally, 76, 78, 82-83, 125, 425
American Equal Suffrage Association, 313
American Federation of Labor (AFL), 168-72, 179, 304
American Jewess. See Fassel Sonneschein, Rosa
American Purity Alliance, 63, 69
American Red Cross, 26-27, 35
American Revolution, xi, 27, 79, 284- 85, 297, 302, 380, 382, 384-90, 394
American Sociological Association, 3
American Woman Suffrage Association, 99, 267-68, 282, 290, 315, 363, 366, 410, 437-38
Ames, Jessie Daniel, 469
anarchism, xviii, 143-52, 195-97, 396, 480
Anthony, Susan B.: argumentation, 19- 21; ethos and personae, 20-21; generally, xvi, 14-24, 35-36, 40-42, 46, 52, 77, 79, 83, 85, 100, 109, 171, 174, 256-57, 259, 267-68, 272-74,

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