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336

Howard, Caroline, 110

Kempin, Dr. Emile, 234
Howard, Grace, 389

Kepley, Ada H., first woman grad.
Howe, Elias, inventor of the sew-

uate of law school, 233
ing-machine, 285

Kilgore, Carrie Burnham, 235
Howe, Julia Ward, 124, 132, 215,

32, 215, Kindergarten system, the history
269; introduction by, I

of, in America, 335
Hunt, Harriet.K., 147, 148

Knights of Labor, the, women in,
Huntingdon, Countess of, 209
Hutchinson, Anne, 348; begins

299
work of women in Christian min.
istry, 206

Labor, a respect for, the founda-
Huxley, quoted on education, 38 tion of democracy, I
“Hypatia,” 249

Lamb, Martha J., 17

Larcom, Lucy, 124, 283
Indian Association, national, 384

Latin School for Girls, the, 23;
Indian petition, 380

opening of, 27
Indian Treaty-keeping and Pro | Law, woman in, 218; admission to
tective Association, organization

Supreme Court, 225; and the
of, 381

Roman Forum, 218; in England,
Indiana, University of, admission | 219; influence at bar, 243
of women to, 72

Law schools for women, admis-
Indians, care of, 373

sion to, 233, 238
Industrial education in the South, | Lazarus, Emma, 125
104 ; New York association,

Lee, Ann, 208

Leicester Academy, first for girls
Industrial schools for girls, Dor in New England, 18

chester, Mass., 331; the Wilson, Literature, woman in, 107
288. See Cooper Institute

Livermore, Mary A., 132, 269;
Industry, woman in, 276; argu-

chapter by, 245
ments against, 287; average

Lockwood, Belva Ann, 224, 239
weekly earnings of, in cities,

London University, women ad-
312; condition of, 303; state in mitted to medical school, 148,
terference in condition of wage note
earners, 315; state legislation for Longevity, of college graduates,
protection of, 319

statistics of, 35
Insane asylums, admission of Lowell, Josephine Shaw, 365; chap-
women physicians to, 193, 194; 1 ter by, 323
women physicians in, 195, 351

Lowell, Maria White, 124
Inventive faculty, the, a gift of the

Lowell Mills, the, 281; contrasted
American woman, 279

with factories in large cities, 283
Italy, women in, 13

Lutes, Annie Cronise, 236
Luther. See Reformation

Lyon, Mary, a pupil of Emerson,
Jackson, Helen Hunt, 121, 374 30; biographical sketch of. 34
Jacobi, Dr. Mary Putnam, 191; chap.

ter by, 139; first woman ad-
mitted to the Paris École de Man-midwifery, crusade against,

Médecine, 184, note
Johnson, Mrs. E. C., 364

Mann, Horace, and co-education,
Joshee, Dr. Amandibai, 353

38, 70; and normal schools, 37
Journal, first medical, 141, izote Mansfield, Arabella A., first
Journalism, woman in, 123

woman to obtain admission to
Jurors, women as, 244

the bar, 221

142

Martia, Queen of London, 250 l Church, 214, in Presbyterian
Martineau, Harriet, 29, 268

Church, 211. See Oberlin Col-
Massachusetts Institute of Tech- lege
nology, 52

Mississippi, University of, 95
McNutt, Dr. Sarah, 191

Missouri, University of, 75
Medical Education Society, Female, Mitchell, Prof. Maria, 45, 91, note
151

Montagu, Lady Mary Wortley,
Medical schools, first to admit quoted, 6

women, 145; coeducation in, See Moravian Brethren, the, found first
Coeducation

private institution in America to
Medical schools for women:

give girls better advantages than
Baltimore, 175

common schools, 17; and second-
Boston University, 146

ary education of girls, 92
Buffalo, 175

More, Hannah, and female educa-
Chicago, 173

tion, 29
Cooper, 175

Mott, Lucretia, 207, 262, 263, 264,
Johns Hopkins, 176

395
New York, 170

Moulton, Louise Chandler, 132
Pennsylvania, 146

Mount Holyoke Seminary, 149;
Philadelphia, 157

founding of, 35
Syracuse University, 175 Murfree, Miss, 122

University of Michigan, 173
Medical Society, Philadelphia Nashville College for young

County, passes resolutions of · Ladies, the, 100
excommunication, 162

| Nationalism explained, 321
Medicine, woman in, 139; annual | National Woman Suffrage Conven-

incomes, 200; capacity for sur-' tion, the first, 264
gery, 202; census of 1880, number Neighborhood Guild, the, 340
registered, 197; characteristics Nicholson, Mrs. E. J., 133
of, 201. See Surgery, woman in, Nightingale, Florence, 347, 354

Hospitals, Insane asylums New York Infirmary. See Hospi-
Methodism, founder of American. tals for women
See Heck, Barbara

Normal schools, defect of, in
Methodists, progressiveness of, in West, 85; history of system in
education, 61

America, 37; importance of, 36;
Methodist University, the, 99 in the South, 104; primitive be-
Meyer, Annie Nathan, 44

ginnings in West, 73
Midwifery, exclusive control of, by | Northwestern University, 76

women, 140; relation of men to, Nurses, and colored women in
140

South, 358; past and present
Ministry, woman in, 206; admis contrasted, 354; training-schools

sion to theological schools, 212, | for, 354; training-schools for,
214, 215, 217; ministerial confer statistics of, 356
ence, 215; opening of Hartford
Theological Seminary, 212; order Oberlin College, 266; admits wo-
of deaconesses, 212; order of men theological students, 212.
sisterhoods, 213; in the primitive See Coeducation
Church 216; recognition in Meth- Ossoli, Margaret Fuller, 114, 129;
odist Episcopal Church, 210, in work for prison reform, 361
Baptist Church, 211, in German
Luiheran Church, 212, in Method - Pacific Dispensary. See Hospitals
ism, 209, in Roman Catholic for women
Church, 208, in Universalist Palmer, Alice Freeman, 47

Parish, Anne, 344

1 order, 413; Origin and Applica-
Parker, Theodore, and woman suf- tion of, 411
frage, 264

Reformation, influence of, 254
Peabody, Elizabeth, 335

Ripon College, 59.
Penn Charter School, the, 17 Rhine, Alice Hyneman, chapter
Pennsylvania, University of, ad-

1 by, 276
mission of women to, 50

Robinson, Lelia J., 228
Penny, Virginia, 286

Robinson, Mrs. H. H., 283
Perry, M. Fredrika, 233

Rowson, Susanna, 109
Philanthropy-woman in, care of

the criminal, 359; care of the Sanitary Commission, organiza-
Indian, 373; care of the sick, 346; tion of, 166
charity, 323; difference between Schools for girls, first grammar

past and present methods, 293 school, 9; for Indians, 373
Phelps, Elizabeth Stuart, 119 School suffrage, States conferring,
Phelps, Mrs. Lincoln, 91

271
Phillips, Ann Green, 398

Secondary instruction in the South,
Phillips, Wendell, and woman suf 103
frage, 265

| Sectarianism in the college, 59
Physical Culture, Normal Institute Sedgwick, Catherine, 115
for, 38

Semi-colleges, 94, 99
Physicians, women, in State insti- Sewall, Lucy, 166

tutions, 351; in insane asylums, Sewall, May Wright, 135; chapter
193

by, 52
Police matrons, 367, 368

Sewing machine, the influence of,
Porter, President, quoted on co 285
education, 26

Seymour, Mary F., 137
Postmasters, women as, 230 Shakers, essential doctrines of, 208
Preparatory departments, connec Sick, care of, 346

tion with colleges deplored, 71 Sigourney, Lydia H., 110
Press Association, Woman's Inter- Silk industry in America, 278

national, 133; Woman's National, Smith College, 46
135

Smith, Hannah Whitall, quoted,
Prescott, Harriet, 118

388
Preston, Anne, 157, 163, 165 Smith, Sydney, quoted on educa-
Prison Association, New York, tion of women, 29

328, 360 ; Rhode Island, 362 Socialism defined, 320, note.
Prisons, reformatory at Sherburne, Stanton, Elizabeth Cady, 132, 263,

351, 364; reformatory for women 269
and girls, 363

State boards, women on, 324, 365
Professions, the keystone to the State Charities Aid Association,
arch of woman's liberty, 2

the, of New York, 324
Public speaking by women, first in State medical societies admitting

America, 393; protests against, women, summary of, 188; of
394

Massachusetts, admission of

women to, 187; of Philadelphia,
Quakers, influence of, 207

admission of women to, 183
Quincy, Josiah, quoted, 21

State recognition, value of, 173
Quinton, Amelia Stone, 385 ; chap- State universities, argument for,
ter by, 373

88; origin in, 56; democracy of,

56; in West, table of, 57
Red Cross Society, American State, Woman in the, 245

amendment to, 419; not an Stephens, Ann S., 128

Stevenson, Dr. Sarah Hackett, 183,' and industrial, 339; Working
192

Woman's Protective, 291
Stoddard, Mrs., 118

Unions, trades, influence on wo-
Stone, Lucy, 132, 264, 269, 397 men workers, 303; women in,
Stowe, Harriet Beecher, 116, 397 301
Straw industry, the, 278

Universalist Church first to open
Stuaris, reign of, in England, and theological schools to women,

disrespect for womanly intelli 214
gence, 6

University Education of Women,
Sullivan, Margaret Buchanan, 13+ the, Massachusetts Society for,
Surgery, women in, list of opera: 25. See Higher Education

tions performed by, 203. See
Medicine, woman in

Vassar College, 45, 266
Swarthmore College, 50

| Virginia, University of, 95
Sweden, education in, 13
Swisshelm, Jane G., 129, 264 Walter, Dr. Josephine, 190, 357,
Syracuse University, 48

note

Wanzer, Lucy, 175
Teachers, first recognition of wo- | Warren, Mrs. Mercy, 108, 256
men, i

Washington, George, quoted, 88
Temperance Union, Woman's Wellesley College, 46

Christian, 137, 270, 399; and the Wesley, Susanna, 208
public school, 402; character of Wesleyan Female College, the, 92
meetings, 401; methods of organ- Western States and Territories,
ization, 402; prison department order or admission into Union,
of, 365
Terhune, Mrs., 120

Wheatley, Phillis, 108
Texas, University of, 95

White, Andrew D., quoted on co- .
Thompson, Mary H., 167, 174 education, 80
Troy Female Seminary, 149; found. Wilkins, Mary, 120
ing of, 33

Willard, Emma Hart, 91; bio.
Tulane University, 95

graphical sketch of, 30
Tyler, Moses Coit, quoted on co- Willard, Frances E., 270; chapter
education, 79

by, 399

Willeis, Mary, 184
Unions: Illinois Woman's Alli William and Mary College, char-

ance, 343; Protective Agency for tered, 260, note
Women and Children,of Chicago, Willis, Rev. Olympia Brown, 214
342; Woman's National Indus- Wisconsin, University of, 74
trial, 137; women's educational Wollstonecraft, Mary, 28, 150, 260

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