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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.
Our Wild Indians. Hartford, 1882.
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.
The Story of a New England Girlhood. Boston, 1889 LEAKE, GENERAL G. B.
Protection of Law for Indians.
My Story of the War. Hartford, 1888.
Our Indian Wards. Cincinnati, 1880.
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.
The Rights of Women. Boston, 1890.
Abolitionists, character of, 261. Bar Associations, woman's inter-
15; on intellectual opportunities tion of women, 28
history of, 44
chapter by, 359
| Bartlett, President, quoted on
| Bittenbender, Ada M., chapter by,
130, 264, 267; first woman or-
| Blackwell, Dr. Elizabeth, 147, 149,
first woman of modern times to
receive medical diploma, 152
156, 170, 172
Bologna, University of, admission
lief Works of, 357, note Booth, Mary L., 132
. . . 451
Boston University, 39
schools, 173; in medicine, 176;
in West, 61, 65 ; social effects
of students in Southern colleges,
College, the, influence of, in com-
tures, 41, note
College faculties, absence of
College settlement, 340. See
Colleges for women, function of,
64 ; in the South, 101 ; in the
Collegiate Alumnæ, Association
Collegiate Instruction for Women,
tion, 333 ; old and new methods of women, 41 ; chartered, 260,
Comstock, Elizabeth, 363
Cooke, Rose Terry, 124
Boston, 332; of Pennsylvania, 325 | of, 295
Cooper Institute, 288
Corporations, women in, 251
on education in South, 93; on vention of, 279
County Medical Society of Phila-
78; at Columbian University, Craper, Margaret, 128
Dickinson, Mary Lowe, 385 | Garrison, Helen E., 398
Geneva, Treaty of, code, 416; na-
tions adopting, list of, 417
Gilbert, Linda, 363
Gilder, Jeannette L., 137
couragement of, in America, 5; Gordon, Laura de Force, 239
on, 253; in the Eastern States, tor of cotton-gin, 280
Gregory, Samuel, 142
fluence on coeducation, 76 Grey, Lady Jane, quoted, 6
Gymnasiums. See Physical Cul-
Hamilton, Gail, 286
education of women, 30; and Hall, Mary, 229
| Harvard Annex, the. See Collegi-
ate Instruction for Women
Heck, Barbara, 208, 209
H. H. See Jackson, Helen Hunt
269; and woman suffrage, 265
West, 83; for women in the
Homes for working women, 293
Homes for unfortunates, 328
Hopper, Isaac T., Home, 361
of women physicians to, 191, 192,
5; first in United States, 12; list of, 348; earliest known, 346;
originated in America, 12; physician, 190; New England,
167; first in world, 153; Minne-
apolis, 168; New York Infirmary,