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APPENDIX F.-BIBLIOGRAPHY.

The following works will be found useful by those who wish to pursue further the subjects treated in the foregoing chapters. ADAMS, OSCAR FAY

Handbook of American Authors. Boston, 1884. BOONE, RICHARD G.

Education in the United States. New York, 1889. BRACKETT, ANNA C. AND OTHERS

Education of American Girls. New York, 1886. CAMPBELL, HELEN

Prisoners of Poverty. Boston, 1887.

Anne Bradstreet Boston, 1891. CLARKE, E, H.

Sex in Education. Boston, 1873. DALL, CAROLINE H.

Life of Dr. Marie Zakrzewska ; a Practical Illustration of Woman's

Right to Labor. Boston.
DODGE, COLONEL RICHARD IRVING

Our Wild Indians. Hartford, 1882.
ELLET, E. F.

Women of the American Revolution. Philadelphia, 1853. ENGLES, FREDERICK

Condition of the Working Classes in England in 1844. Translated

by Florence Kelly Wischnewetsky. New York, 1887. GREELEY, HORACE

Recollections of a Busy Life. New York, 1867. GRISWOLD, R. W.

Female Poets of America. New York, 1849. D'HERICOURT, MME.

La Femme Affranchie. Paris. HIGGINSON, THOMAS WENTWORTH

Common Sense about Women. Boston, 1882.

Women and Men. New York, 1887. HOWE, JULIA WARD AND OTHERS

Sex and Education. Boston, 1874. JACKSON, HELEN HUNT (“ H. H.")

A Century of Dishonor. New York, 1881. JACKSON, SHELDON, D.D.

Alaska. New York, 1880.

LARCOM, LUCY

The Story of a New England Girlhood. Boston, 1889 LEAKE, GENERAL G. B.

Protection of Law for Indians.
LIVERMORE, MARY A.

My Story of the War. Hartford, 1888.
LOWELL OFFERING
MANYPENNY, COLONEL GEORGE

Our Indian Wards. Cincinnati, 1880.
MARTINEAU, HARRIET

Society in America. New York, 1837. MILL, JOHN STUART

Subjection of Women. New York, 1870. OWEN, G. W.

The Indian Question. PANCOAST, HENRY S.

The Indian before the Law. PENNY, VIRGINIA

Think and Act : Men and Women : Work and Wages. Philadelphia,

1868. REPORT OF INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL OF WOMEN HELD IN

WASHINGTON, D. C., 1888. Washington, 1888. RIGGS, REV. STEPHEN R., D.D.

Mary and I. Chicago, 1880. ROBINSON, H. H.

Massachusetts in Woman Suffrage Movement. Boston, 1881. SEDGWICK, C. M.

Letters from Abroad to Kindred at Home. New York, 1841. SIMS, MARION

Story of My Life. New York, 1884. STANTON, THEODORE

The Woman Question in Europe. New York, 1884 STEDMAN, E. C.

Poets of America. Boston, 1885. STEDMAN, E. C. AND HUTCHINSON, E. M.

Library of American Literature. New York, 1887–1890. TIFFANY, REV.

Life of Dorothea Dix. Boston, 1889. WILLARD, FRANCES E.

Autobiography. WOLLSTONECRAFT

The Rights of Women. Boston, 1890.

INDEX.

Abolitionists, character of, 261. Bar Associations, woman's inter-
See Garrison, Wm. Lloyd

national, 243
Adams, Abigail, 257; quoted, 5, Barbauld, Mrs., quoted on educa.

15; on intellectual opportunities tion of women, 28
for girls in her time, 13; rare Barnard College, 40, note, 41, note;
abilities of, 15

history of, 44
Adams, Charles F., quoted on co- | Barney, Susan Hammond, 365;
education, 26

chapter by, 359
Adams, Hannah, 108

| Bartlett, President, quoted on
Adamson, Sarah, 158

coeducation, 26
Affiliated college, the, 41, note, 42, | Barton, Clara, 266; chapter by,411;
note. See Collegiate instruction life of, 411, note
for women; Evelyn College; Bar Bascom, John, quoted on coed-
nard College

ucation, 80
Agricultural College Act, the, 57 Beecher, Henry Ward, and woman
Albert Lea College, 64, note | suffrage, 265
Alcott, Abby May, 265

| Bittenbender, Ada M., chapter by,
Alcott, Louisa M., 123

218
American Revolution, woman in Blackwell, Rev. Antoinette Brown,
255

130, 264, 267; first woman or-
Angell, President, quoted on co dained, 212, note
education, 78

| Blackwell, Dr. Elizabeth, 147, 149,
Anthony, Susan B., 132, 264, 269, 150, 151, 156, 170, 172, 266, 348;
397

first woman of modern times to
Antioch College, 38, 70

receive medical diploma, 152
Anti-Slavery women, Work of, 392 Blackwell, Emily, 149, 152, 154,
Aspasia, 249

156, 170, 172
Associations:

Bologna, University of, admission
Co-operative Building,of Boston, of women to, 253 ; women in,
343

13
New York Moral Reform, 359 Bonney, Mary L., 377, 385
Society of Ethical Culture, Re- Boone, Richard G., quoted, 13

lief Works of, 357, note Booth, Mary L., 132
Visiting Nurse Society, 357 Boston Athenæum open to women,
Astell, Mary, 253

27
Avila, Saint, and the educated Boston Lyceum open to women,
woman of to-day, 53

| 27

. . . 451

98

Boston University, 39

schools, 173; in medicine, 176;
Botta, Anna Lynch, 124

in West, 61, 65 ; social effects
Bowles, Rev. Ada C., chapter by, and tendencies of, 81; number
206

of students in Southern colleges,
Bradstreet, Anne, 108
Bradwell, Myra, 222

College, the, influence of, in com-
Brent, Margaret, 220

munity, 60
Brooks, Rev. Charles T., 37 College degrees and State legisla-
Brooks, Maria Gowen, III

tures, 41, note
Bryn Mawr College, 49

College faculties, absence of
Bryn Mawr Preparatory School, women in, 87
the, 103

College settlement, 340. See
Burnett, Frances Hodgson, 121 Neighborhood Guild

Colleges for women, function of,
Call, Emma, 188

64 ; in the South, 101 ; in the
Campbell, Helen, 318 ; quoted, 320 | West, 61
Cary, Alice, 124

Collegiate Alumnæ, Association
Channing, Rev. William H., and of, standard adopted by, 83, 94
woman suffrage, 265

Collegiate Instruction for Women,
Chapman, Maria Weston, 398 Society for, 39, 40, note, 41, note
Charity, necessity for discrimina- Columbia College, and education

tion, 333 ; old and new methods of women, 41 ; chartered, 260,
compared, 334

note
Cheney, Ednah Dow, 265; chap Columbian University, 95
ter by, 346

Comstock, Elizabeth, 363
Child, Lydia Maria, III, 128, 262, Cone, Helen Gray, chapier by, 107
397

Cooke, Rose Terry, 124
Children's Aid Society, the, of Co-operation among women, value

Boston, 332; of Pennsylvania, 325 | of, 295
Christian Association, Young Co-operative industries, 300
Women's, 290, 337

Cooper Institute, 288
Cincinnati Wesleyan Woman's Cornell University, 47
College, the, 62

Corporations, women in, 251
Civilization, three curses on, 403 Corson, Dr. Hiram, 178
Civil War, effect of, 265 ; influence Cotton-gin, influence of, 280 ; in-

on education in South, 93; on vention of, 279
the wage-worker, 285

County Medical Society of Phila-
Cleveland, Emmeline, 157, 162 delphia, 177
Clubs, girl's, 339. See Associa- Craddock, Charles Egbert. See
tions ; Unions

Murfree, Miss
Coeducation, arguments against, Crandall, Prudence, 392

78; at Columbian University, Craper, Margaret, 128
96; at Cornell University, 79; Criminals, care of, 359
at Massachusetts Inst. Tech- Croly, Mrs. D. G., 131
nology, 52 ; at University of Cummings, Joseph, quoted on co-
Michigan, 78; at Northwestern education, 80
University, 80; at University of
Mississippi, 96 ; at University of Dame-school, the, 7
Wisconsin, 80; at Tulane Uni- | Davis, Rebecca Harding, 120.
versity, 97; ai Vanderbilt Uni- Dawes, Hon. H. L., 387
versity, 98 ; conditions of pioneer Deaconesses, order of, 357, note
life favorable to, 71 ; in gradu- | Deland, Margaret, 119
ate study, 176, note; in medical | Dickinson, Anna, 266, 397

Dickinson, Mary Lowe, 385 | Garrison, Helen E., 398
Dickinson, Susan E., chapter by, Garrison, William Lloyd, 261, 263,
128

269
Dimock, Susan, 166

Geneva, Treaty of, code, 416; na-
Dix, Dorothea, 193, 324, 362

tions adopting, list of, 417
Dodge, Mary Mapes, 123, 137

Gilbert, Linda, 363

Gilder, Jeannette L., 137
Eastman, Mary F., chapter by, 3 Goodale, Elaine, quoted, 390
Education, prime motive to the en-Goodell, R. Lavinia, 226, 232

couragement of, in America, 5; Gordon, Laura de Force, 239
in West, relation of government Granger Association of Western
to, 55

Farmers, 300
Education, Woman in, Daniel Defoe Green, Mrs. Nathaniel, the inven-

on, 253; in the Eastern States, tor of cotton-gin, 280
3; in the Southern States, 89; in Greenwood, Grace, 129
the Western States, 52

Gregory, Samuel, 142
Elective system of education, in- Grew, Mary, 397

fluence on coeducation, 76 Grey, Lady Jane, quoted, 6
Eliot, President, quoted on co-edu Grimke sisters, 128, 262, 392
cation, 26

Gymnasiums. See Physical Cul-
Elizabeth, Queen, 253

ture
Elizabethan era, woman in, 254
Ellet, Elizabeth F., 128

Hamilton, Gail, 286
Emerson, Ralph Waldo, quoted on Hale, Sarah Josepha, 128

education of women, 30; and Hall, Mary, 229
woman suffrage, 264

| Harvard Annex, the. See Collegi-
Evelyn College, 41, note

ate Instruction for Women
Everett, Prof. William, quoted on Harvard College, founding of, 4,
coeducation, 26

260, note
Exchanges, woman's, of New York, Harvard Medical School, 185

Heck, Barbara, 208, 209

H. H. See Jackson, Helen Hunt
Factory, the influence of, 280; Higginson, Thomas Wentworth,
laws, disregard of, 316

269; and woman suffrage, 265
Farmers' Alliance, the, 300, note | Higher education, defects of, in
Fletcher, Alice C., 375

West, 83; for women in the
Foley, Margaret, 283

South, 93
Foltz, Clara S., 237

Homes for working women, 293
Foote, Mary Hallock, 121

Homes for unfortunates, 328
Foster, Abby Kelly, 396

Hopper, Isaac T., Home, 361
Foster, Hannah Webster, 109 Hospitals, admission of women stu.
Franklin, Christine Ladd, chapter dents to, 189, 190, note; admission
by, 89

of women physicians to, 191, 192,
Free schools, admission of girls to, 353; admitting women students,

5; first in United States, 12; list of, 348; earliest known, 346;
founding of the system, 5; not Mt. Sinai, first to appoint woman

originated in America, 12; physician, 190; New England,
French and Indian wars, woman 156, 165,354; for women,Chicago,
in, 255

167; first in world, 153; Minne-
Fry, Elizabeth, 359, 363

apolis, 168; New York Infirmary,
Fuller, Margaret. See Ossoli 153; Philadelphia, 165; San Fran.

cisco, 168
Gage, Mrs. Frances D., 130 | Howard, Blanche Willis, 121

295

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