Woman's World/Woman's Empire: The Woman's Christian Temperance Union in International Perspective, 1880-1930

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Appendix

Official Round-the-World Missionaries, 1884-1925
Missionaries listed are those whose names appeared in WWCTU conven-
tion directories. Countries of origin are shown for missionaries not from
the United States.
Jessie Ackermann, c. 1857-1951
Elizabeth Andrew, 1845-1917
Helmfidor Arnadottir ( Iceland)
Alvine Muriel Ayres
Susan Hammond Barney, c. 1835-
1922
Mabel Beddow ( England)
Ethel Beedham ( England)
Helen Bullock, 1836-c. 1927
Katharine C. Bushnell, 1856-1946
Mary E. Campbell ( Scotland/ U.S.),
1865-1952
Bessie Harrison Lee Cowie ( Austra-
lia and New Zealand), 1860-1950
Emily Cummins ( Australia)
Joan Davis ( India/ U.S.)
Ruth Frances Davis
Jennie Ericson ( Finland)
Addie Northam Fields, 1857-1920
Jennie V. Glassey ( Scotland)
Elma Grace Gowen, d. 1912
Anderson Hughes-Drew ( New
Zealand)
Olifia Johannsdottir ( Iceland)
Mary C. Leavitt, 1830-1912
Mary Lochhead ( Scotland)
Ren Yin Mei ( China)
Hardynia Norville, 1864-1941
Alice Palmer, b. 1856
Clara Parrish, 1865-1947
Dagmar Prior ( Denmark), b. 1869
Mary B. Reese, 1832-1922
Lillian Ruth Shaffner
Kara Smart, 1870-1956
F. E. Stroud-Smith ( Scotland),
d. 1914
Flora Strout, c. 1864-1960
Christine Tinling ( England), 1869-
1938
Elizabeth Vincent ( England/ Austra-
lia), c. 1865-1938
Mary Allen West, 1837-1892

Women Who Made Special Round-the-World Trips for the WWCTU
Sara Crafts
Katharine Lent Stevenson, 1853-
1919
Ella Hoover Thatcher

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations ix
  • Preface xi
  • Abbreviations xv
  • 1 - Introduction 1
  • 2 - Origins of Temperance Internationalism 11
  • 3 - The World's Wctu 35
  • 4 - Bands of Ribbon White Around the World 62
  • 5 - In Dark Lands 81
  • 6 - Sisters, Mothers, and Brother-Hearted Men 114
  • 7 - Alcohol and Empire 146
  • 8 - Peace as A Way of Life 170
  • 9 - A Fatal Mistake? 191
  • 10 - Women, Suffrage, and Equality 221
  • 11 - Women and Equality 242
  • 12 - Prohibition and the Perils of Cultural Adaptation 255
  • Epilogue - Divergent Meanings of the World's Wctu 285
  • Appendix 291
  • Notes 295
  • Index 365
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