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The Selected Papers of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony

The Selected Papers of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony: Their Place Inside the Body-Politic, 1887 to 1895

Ann D. Gordon EDITOR
Lesley L. Doig EDITORIAL ASSISTANT
Patricia L. Hampson EDITORIAL ASSISTANT
Kathleen Manning EDITORIAL ASSISTANT
Shannen Dee Williams EDITORIAL ASSISTANT
Copyright Date: 2009
Published by: Rutgers University Press
Pages: 736
https://www.jstor.org/stable/j.ctt5hj8hs
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    The Selected Papers of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony
    Book Description:

    Their Place Inside the Body-Politicis a phrase Susan B. Anthony used to express her aspiration for something women had not achieved, but it also describes the woman suffrage movement's transformation into a political body between 1887 and 1895. This fifth volume opens in February 1887, just after the U.S. Senate had rejected woman suffrage, and closes in November 1895 with Stanton's grand birthday party at the Metropolitan Opera House.At the beginning, Stanton and Anthony focus their attention on organizing the International Council of Women in 1888. Late in 1887, Lucy Stone's American Woman Suffrage Association announced its desire to merge with the national association led by Stanton and Anthony. Two years of fractious negotiations preceded the 1890 merger, and years of sharp disagreements followed. Stanton made her last trip to Washington in 1892 to deliver her famous speech "Solitude of Self." Two states enfranchised women-Wyoming in 1890 and Colorado in 1893-but failures were numerous. Anthony returned to grueling fieldwork in South Dakota in 1890 and Kansas and New York in 1894. From the campaigns of 1894, Stanton emerged as an advocate of educated suffrage and staunchly defended her new position.

    eISBN: 978-0-8135-6440-1
    Subjects: History, Sociology

Table of Contents

  1. Front Matter
    (pp. I-VI)
  2. Table of Contents
    (pp. VII-XVI)
  3. Illustrations
    (pp. XVII-XVII)
  4. Preface
    (pp. XVIII-XVIII)
  5. Acknowledgments
    (pp. XIX-XXI)
    A. D. G.
  6. Introduction
    (pp. XXII-XXVII)

    Their place inside the body-politic, 1887 to 1895, like earlier volumes in this series, documents the lives and work of Elizabeth Cady Stanton (1815–1902) and Susan B. Anthony (1820–1906). Imbedded in the design of this edition is an assertion or hypothesis that theSelected Papersof these great reformers belong together. It might be said that, as a private matter, their friendship warrants an intermingling of the historical record, and that, as a public matter, the interconnectedness of their work is best told in a single narrative. But during the years treated in this volume, the accuracy of...

  7. Editorial Practice
    (pp. XXVIII-XXXIII)
  8. Abbreviations
    (pp. XXXIV-XLIV)
  9. 1 9 February 1887 Franklin G. Adams to SBA
    (pp. 1-2)
  10. 2 18 February 1887 SBA to Rachel G. Foster
    (pp. 2-7)
  11. 3 28 February 1887 ECS to Clara Bewick Colby
    (pp. 7-9)
  12. 4 10 March 1887 ECS to SBA
    (pp. 9-13)
  13. 5 18 March 1887 Oliver Johnson to SBA
    (pp. 14-15)
  14. 6 23 March 1887 SBA to Rachel G. Foster
    (pp. 15-17)
  15. 7 25 March 1887 SBA to Rachel G. Foster
    (pp. 17-18)
  16. 8 Late March? 1887 SBA to Rachel G. Foster
    (pp. 18-20)
  17. 9 5 April 1887 ECS to Benjamin F. Underwood and Sara Francis Underwood
    (pp. 20-21)
  18. 10 C. 13 April 1887 ECS to Sara Francis Underwood
    (pp. 22-23)
  19. 11 16? April 1887 ECS to Nora S. Blatch
    (pp. 23-24)
  20. 12 19? April? 1887 Early Text of the Call to the International Council of Women
    (pp. 24-26)
  21. 13 25 April 1887 SBA to Rachel G. Foster
    (pp. 26-27)
  22. 14 1 June 1887 Call to the International Council of Women
    (pp. 27-29)
  23. 15 6 June 1887 SBA to Frances E. Willard
    (pp. 29-31)
  24. 16 15 June 1887 ECS to Flora McMartin Wright
    (pp. 31-35)
  25. 17 17 August 1887 SBA to Elizabeth Smith Miller
    (pp. 36-37)
  26. 18 28 August 1887 SBA to Lillie Devereux Blake
    (pp. 37-38)
  27. 19 6 September 1887 SBA to Harriet Taylor Upton
    (pp. 39-40)
  28. 20 25 October 1887 SBA to Anna H. Shaw
    (pp. 41-42)
  29. 21 26 October 1887 Speech by SBA in Leavenworth, Kansas
    (pp. 42-52)
  30. 22 7 November 1887 Lucy Stone to SBA, with Enclosure
    (pp. 52-56)
  31. 23 13 December 1887 SBA to Lucy Stone
    (pp. 57-57)
  32. 24 15 December 1887 SBA to Thomas B. Reed
    (pp. 58-59)
  33. 25 21 December 1887 Minutes of Informal Conference between Lucy Stone and SBA
    (pp. 59-67)
  34. 26 23 December 1887 Lucy Stone to SBA
    (pp. 68-69)
  35. 27 24 December 1887 SBA to Rachel G. Foster
    (pp. 69-70)
  36. 28 25 December 1887 ECS to Clara Bewick Colby
    (pp. 70-73)
  37. 29 26 December 1887 SBA to Lillie Devereux Blake
    (pp. 74-75)
  38. 30 7 January 1888 SBA to Henry W. Blair
    (pp. 75-77)
  39. 31 12 January 1888 ECS to Rachel G. Foster
    (pp. 77-78)
  40. 32 20 January 1888 SBA to Caroline Healey Dall
    (pp. 78-80)
  41. 33 24 January 1888 SBA to Caroline Healey Dall
    (pp. 80-81)
  42. 34 1–4 February 1888 From the Diary of SBA
    (pp. 82-82)
  43. 35 6 February 1888 SBA to Frederick Douglass
    (pp. 83-85)
  44. 36 12–14 February 1888 From the Diary of SBA
    (pp. 85-85)
  45. 37 27 February 1888 SBA to Lillie Devereux Blake
    (pp. 86-89)
  46. 38 6 March 1888 ECS to Helen Taylor
    (pp. 90-91)
  47. 39 7 March 1888 Helen Taylor to SBA
    (pp. 91-93)
  48. 40 26 March 1888 Address of Welcome by ECS to the International Council of Women
    (pp. 93-107)
  49. 41 27 March 1888 International Council of Women, Temperance Session
    (pp. 107-109)
  50. 42 3 April 1888 Executive Sessions of the National Woman Suffrage Association
    (pp. 109-121)
  51. 43 8 May 1888 SBA to Francis J. Garrison
    (pp. 122-123)
  52. 44 30 May 1888 Speech by SBA to the New England Woman Suffrage Festival
    (pp. 123-126)
  53. 45 13 July 1888 Matilda Joslyn Gage to ECS
    (pp. 126-131)
  54. 46 Before 14 July 1888 SBA to Unknown
    (pp. 131-132)
  55. 47 7–11 August 1888 From the Diary of SBA
    (pp. 132-134)
  56. 48 13 August 1888 Article by ECS: Parties or Platforms
    (pp. 135-139)
  57. 49 15 August 1888 Frances E. Willard to SBA
    (pp. 139-140)
  58. 50 2 November 1888 ECS to Clara Bewick Colby
    (pp. 140-141)
  59. 51 5? November 1888 ECS to Clara Bewick Colby
    (pp. 141-142)
  60. 52 10 November 1888 ECS to Elizabeth Smith Miller
    (pp. 142-143)
  61. 53 3 December 1888 “Woman’s Duty to Vote”: Speech by ECS to the Nebraska Woman Suffrage Association
    (pp. 143-159)
  62. 54 Before 15 December 1888 ECS to Clara Bewick Colby
    (pp. 159-160)
  63. 55 22 December 1888 Call to the National Woman Suffrage Association’s Twenty-first Washington Convention
    (pp. 160-162)
  64. 56 31 December 1888 SBA to Frances E. Willard
    (pp. 163-164)
  65. 57 6 January 1889 SBA to Olivia Bigelow Hall
    (pp. 164-166)
  66. 58 21–24 January 1889 Executive Sessions and Executive Committee of the National Woman Suffrage Association
    (pp. 166-175)
  67. 59 1 February 1889 ECS to the Hartford Equal Rights Club
    (pp. 175-177)
  68. 60 11 March 1889 SBA to Olympia Brown
    (pp. 177-180)
  69. 61 13 March 1889 Speech by SBA to Women’s Meeting in Leavenworth, Kansas
    (pp. 181-189)
  70. 62 14 March 1889 Speech by SBA at the Colored Methodist Church, Leavenworth, Kansas
    (pp. 189-191)
  71. 63 17 March 1889 Article by ECS: Let the Blue Laws Rest
    (pp. 191-194)
  72. 64 30 March 1889 Speech by SBA at Republican Rally in Leavenworth, Kansas
    (pp. 194-196)
  73. 65 March 1889 ECS to Sara Francis Underwood
    (pp. 196-197)
  74. 66 14 April 1889 Article by ECS: The Great Trial
    (pp. 198-200)
  75. 67 8 May 1889 ECS to Olympia Brown
    (pp. 200-201)
  76. 68 4 June 1889 Matilda Joslyn Gage to ECS
    (pp. 201-204)
  77. 69 7 July 1889 SBA to Laura Carter Holloway
    (pp. 204-205)
  78. 70 12 July 1889 Speech by ECS to the Seidl Society
    (pp. 205-208)
  79. 71 Before 10 August 1889 ECS to Clara Bewick Colby
    (pp. 208-208)
  80. 72 30 August 1889 Speech by SBA to the Seidl Society
    (pp. 209-210)
  81. 73 After 30 August 1889 ECS to Clara Bewick Colby
    (pp. 210-211)
  82. 74 12 October 1889 ECS to Olympia Brown
    (pp. 211-214)
  83. 75 19 October 1889 ECS to Matilda Joslyn Gage
    (pp. 214-215)
  84. 76 1 November 1889 SBA to Lillie Devereux Blake
    (pp. 215-217)
  85. 77 23 November 1889 Call to the Washington Convention of the National-American Woman Suffrage Association
    (pp. 217-220)
  86. 78 25 November 1889 SBA to Rachel Foster Avery
    (pp. 220-223)
  87. 79 November 1889 ECS to Clara Bewick Colby
    (pp. 223-225)
  88. 80 21 December 1889 SBA to Rachel Foster Avery
    (pp. 225-226)
  89. 81 23 December 1889 SBA to the Editor, Woman’s Tribune
    (pp. 226-228)
  90. 82 6 January 1890 Gideon J. Tucker to SBA
    (pp. 228-230)
  91. 83 7 January 1890 ECS to Elizabeth Smith Miller
    (pp. 230-230)
  92. 84 17 January 1890 SBA to May Wright Sewall
    (pp. 231-234)
  93. 85 31 January 1890 SBA to Isabella Beecher Hooker
    (pp. 234-236)
  94. 86 5 February 1890 SBA to Eliza Wright Osborne
    (pp. 236-237)
  95. 87 13–14 February 1890 From the Diary of SBA
    (pp. 237-240)
  96. 88 15 February 1890 Birthday Celebration for SBA
    (pp. 240-245)
  97. 89 15–16 February 1890 From the Diary of SBA
    (pp. 245-245)
  98. 90 17 February 1890 Remarks by SBA to the Final Executive Session of the National Woman Suffrage Association
    (pp. 246-248)
  99. 91 17 February 1890 From the Diary of SBA
    (pp. 248-248)
  100. 92 18 February 1890 Address by ECS to the National-American Woman Suffrage Association
    (pp. 249-267)
  101. 93 18–21 February 1890 From the Diary of SBA
    (pp. 268-269)
  102. 94 11 March 1890 SBA to Sarah Burger Stearns
    (pp. 269-274)
  103. 95 21 March 1890 SBA to Frances E. Willard
    (pp. 274-277)
  104. 96 21 March 1890 ECS to Clara Bewick Colby
    (pp. 278-280)
  105. 97 27 March 1890 From the Diary of SBA
    (pp. 280-281)
  106. 98 29 March 1890 SBA to Samuel A. Ramsey
    (pp. 281-283)
  107. 99 30 March 1890 SBA to Henry L. Dawes
    (pp. 283-284)
  108. 100 19 April 1890 Article by ECS: What Should Be Our Attitude towards Political Parties
    (pp. 285-292)
  109. 101 1 May 1890 ECS to Hannah Whitall Smith
    (pp. 293-293)
  110. 102 After 30 May 1890 SBA to Alice Alt Pickler?
    (pp. 294-295)
  111. 103 4 June 1890 Emilie Ashurst Venturi to ECS
    (pp. 295-296)
  112. 104 6 June 1890 ECS to SBA and Clara Bewick Colby
    (pp. 297-300)
  113. 105 10 June 1890 SBA to Harriet Taylor Upton
    (pp. 300-302)
  114. 106 12 June 1890 Priscilla Bright McLaren to ECS
    (pp. 302-303)
  115. 107 14 June 1890 SBA to Alice Alt Pickler
    (pp. 304-306)
  116. 108 Before 2 July 1890 SBA to Alice Alt Pickler
    (pp. 306-307)
  117. 109 7 August 1890 ECS to SBA
    (pp. 308-310)
  118. 110 15 August 1890 ECS to Clara Bewick Colby
    (pp. 311-311)
  119. 111 September 1890 Article by ECS: Wyoming Admitted as a State
    (pp. 312-319)
  120. 112 1 September 1890 SBA to Harriet Taylor Upton
    (pp. 319-320)
  121. 113 3 September 1890 SBA to Olympia Brown
    (pp. 321-323)
  122. 114 5 September 1890 SBA to Harriet Taylor Upton
    (pp. 324-326)
  123. 115 9 October 1890 Speech by ECS to the Bristol Women’s Liberal Association
    (pp. 327-328)
  124. 116 27 October 1890 ECS to Margaret Stanton Lawrence
    (pp. 328-331)
  125. 117 9 November 1890 Inscription by SBA in the Diary of Alonzo Wardall
    (pp. 332-333)
  126. 118 1 December 1890 ECS to Margaret Stanton Lawrence
    (pp. 333-334)
  127. 119 Before 13 December 1890 SBA to Clara Bewick Colby
    (pp. 334-334)
  128. 120 21 December 1890 ECS to Clara Bewick Colby
    (pp. 334-336)
  129. 121 January 1891 Article by ECS: Patriotism and Chastity
    (pp. 336-343)
  130. 122 12 January 1891 ECS to Clara Bewick Colby
    (pp. 343-345)
  131. 123 12? January 1891 ECS to Margaret Stanton Lawrence
    (pp. 345-346)
  132. 124 15 January 1891 ECS to Lucy Stone and the Massachusetts Woman Suffrage Association
    (pp. 346-354)
  133. 125 18 January 1891 ECS to William T. Stead
    (pp. 355-355)
  134. 126 21 January 1891 William T. Stead to ECS
    (pp. 356-356)
  135. 127 30 January 1891 Lucy Stone to SBA
    (pp. 356-357)
  136. 128 11 February 1891 Isabella Beecher Hooker to SBA
    (pp. 357-357)
  137. 129 Before 21 February 1891 ECS to Clara Bewick Colby and SBA
    (pp. 358-359)
  138. 130 26 February 1891 “The Degradation of Disfranchisement”: Address by ECS to the National-American Woman Suffrage Association
    (pp. 360-369)
  139. 131 28 February 1891 ECS to Clara Bewick Colby
    (pp. 369-370)
  140. 132 6 March 1891 ECS to Clara Bewick Colby
    (pp. 370-372)
  141. [Illustrations]
    (pp. None)
  142. 133 11 March 1891 SBA to Lucretia Longshore Blankenburg
    (pp. 373-374)
  143. 134 28 March 1891 Article by ECS: Lord Chancellor
    (pp. 374-376)
  144. 135 7 May 1891 SBA to Olivia Bigelow Hall
    (pp. 376-378)
  145. 136 21 May 1891 SBA to Mary Post Hallowell and Sarah Kirby Willis
    (pp. 378-379)
  146. 137 24 May 1891 Rosalind Stanley Howard, Countess of Carlisle to ECS
    (pp. 379-380)
  147. 138 27 May 1891 Speech by SBA to the New England Woman Suffrage Festival
    (pp. 380-385)
  148. 139 June? 1891 ECS to SBA
    (pp. 385-385)
  149. 140 8 July 1891 SBA to J. Merritt Anthony
    (pp. 386-388)
  150. 141 8 September 1891 Harriette Robinson Shattuck to SBA
    (pp. 389-390)
  151. 142 14 September 1891 ECS to Harriot Stanton Blatch
    (pp. 390-391)
  152. 143 22 September 1891 SBA to Lillie Devereux Blake
    (pp. 392-393)
  153. 144 22 September 1891 SBA to Salome Merritt
    (pp. 394-396)
  154. 145 Before 1 October 1891 ECS to the Editor, Voice
    (pp. 396-398)
  155. 146 15 October 1891 Reception for ECS in Rochester, New York
    (pp. 398-403)
  156. 147 22 October 1891 SBA to Harriet Taylor Upton
    (pp. 403-404)
  157. 148 6 November 1891 ECS to Eliza Wright Osborne
    (pp. 404-406)
  158. 149 10 December 1891 SBA to George F. Hoar
    (pp. 406-407)
  159. 150 10 December 1891 SBA to Harriet Taylor Upton
    (pp. 407-409)
  160. 151 11 December 1891 Thomas B. Reed to SBA
    (pp. 409-409)
  161. 152 1 January 1892 SBA to Harriet Taylor Upton
    (pp. 410-412)
  162. 153 15 January 1892 Eliza Wright Osborne to ECS, with Enclosure
    (pp. 412-414)
  163. 154 16 January 1892 Executive Committee of the National-American Woman Suffrage Association
    (pp. 414-423)
  164. 155 18 January 1892 “The Solitude of Self”: Speech by ECS to the House Judiciary Committee
    (pp. 423-436)
  165. 156 21 January 1892 Business Meeting of the National-American Woman Suffrage Association
    (pp. 436-439)
  166. 157 February 1892 Article by ECS: Sunday at the World’s Fair
    (pp. 439-442)
  167. 158 13 February 1892 SBA to Lillie Devereux Blake
    (pp. 442-445)
  168. 159 15 February 1892 SBA to Elizabeth Smith Miller
    (pp. 446-448)
  169. 160 29 February 1892 From the Diary of SBA
    (pp. 448-450)
  170. 161 30 March 1892 SBA to Elizabeth Smith Miller
    (pp. 450-451)
  171. 162 10 April 1892 SBA to William Sulzer
    (pp. 452-454)
  172. 163 10 April 1892 Henry B. Blackwell to SBA
    (pp. 454-460)
  173. 164 16 April 1892 SBA to Harriet Taylor Upton
    (pp. 460-463)
  174. 165 26 April 1892 Isabella Beecher Hooker to ECS
    (pp. 463-464)
  175. 166 After 26 April 1892 ECS to Olympia Brown
    (pp. 465-465)
  176. 167 7 May 1892 Speech by ECS to the New York City Woman Suffrage League Luncheon
    (pp. 465-471)
  177. 168 10 May 1892 Statement by SBA
    (pp. 471-472)
  178. 169 C. 17 May 1892 ECS to SBA
    (pp. 473-473)
  179. 170 26 May 1892 Remarks by SBA to the Ohio Woman Suffrage Association
    (pp. 473-474)
  180. 171 8 June 1892 Remarks by SBA at Meeting during the Republican National Convention
    (pp. 475-477)
  181. 172 8, 21 June 1892 From the Diary of SBA
    (pp. 477-478)
  182. 173 22 June 1892 ECS to Ellen D. Eaton
    (pp. 479-480)
  183. 174 22 June 1892 From the Diary of SBA
    (pp. 480-480)
  184. 175 30 June 1892 Remarks by SBA to the Kansas Republican Convention
    (pp. 480-482)
  185. 176 30 June 1892 From the Diary of SBA
    (pp. 482-483)
  186. 177 2 July 1892 Remarks by SBA at Meeting during the People’s Party National Convention
    (pp. 483-484)
  187. 178 2–4 July 1892 From the Diary of SBA
    (pp. 485-486)
  188. 179 28 July 1892 SBA to Thomas B. Reed
    (pp. 486-487)
  189. 180 7–9 August 1892 From the Diary of SBA
    (pp. 487-489)
  190. 181 20 September 1892 Remarks by SBA to the Mississippi Valley Conference
    (pp. 490-492)
  191. 182 15 October 1892 ECS to Olympia Brown
    (pp. 493-493)
  192. 183 21 October 1892 SBA to Harriet Taylor Upton
    (pp. 494-495)
  193. 184 25 October 1892 ECS to Clara Bewick Colby
    (pp. 495-496)
  194. 185 25–27 October 1892 From the Diary of SBA
    (pp. 496-499)
  195. 186 27 November 1892 SBA to ECS
    (pp. 499-502)
  196. 187 24 December 1892 ECS to SBA
    (pp. 502-503)
  197. 188 16 January 1893 Remarks by SBA to the National-American Woman Suffrage Association
    (pp. 503-505)
  198. 189 30 January 1893 SBA to Laura Clay
    (pp. 505-507)
  199. 190 1 February 1893 ECS to Alice S. Blackwell
    (pp. 507-509)
  200. 191 20 May 1893 “Organization among Women as an Instrument in Promoting the Interests of Political Liberty”: Speech by SBA to the World’s Congress of Representative Women
    (pp. 509-512)
  201. 192 23 May 1893 Remarks by SBA to the Woman’s Auxiliary Congress of the Public Press Congress
    (pp. 513-516)
  202. 193 27 May 1893 “The Moral Leadership of the Religious Press”: Speech by SBA to the Public and Religious Press Congress
    (pp. 516-521)
  203. 194 14 June 1893 Ellis Meredith to SBA
    (pp. 521-529)
  204. 195 22 June 1893 SBA to Lydia Avery Coonley
    (pp. 529-531)
  205. 196 22 June 1893 SBA to Albion W. Tourgée
    (pp. 532-533)
  206. 197 25 June 1893 SBA to Frederick Douglass
    (pp. 534-535)
  207. 198 16 July 1893 SBA to Ellis Meredith
    (pp. 535-537)
  208. 199 11 August 1893 SBA to Ellis Meredith
    (pp. 538-539)
  209. 200 12 August 1893 “Suffrage a Natural Right”: Speech by ECS for the World’s Congress on Government
    (pp. 539-546)
  210. 201 5 October 1893 SBA to Harriet Taylor Upton
    (pp. 546-547)
  211. 202 23 November 1893 SBA to Ellis Meredith
    (pp. 548-550)
  212. 203 25 November 1893 Plan of Work for the New York State Woman Suffrage Association
    (pp. 551-553)
  213. 204 11 December 1893 SBA to Lillie Devereux Blake
    (pp. 553-556)
  214. 205 29 December 1893 SBA to Lillie Devereux Blake
    (pp. 556-559)
  215. 206 December 1893 Appeal by ECS to women of New York
    (pp. 559-563)
  216. 207 1–7 January 1894 From the Diary of SBA
    (pp. 563-565)
  217. 208 8 January 1894 Speech by SBA to the Grand Rally in Rochester
    (pp. 566-568)
  218. 209 8–26 January 1894 From the Diary of SBA
    (pp. 569-580)
  219. 210 15 February 1894 Remarks by SBA to the National-American Woman Suffrage Association
    (pp. 580-582)
  220. 211 28 February 1894 ECS to Clara Bewick Colby
    (pp. 582-583)
  221. 212 23? March 1894 SBA to Clara Bewick Colby
    (pp. 583-586)
  222. 213 1 April 1894 SBA to Franklin G. Adams, with Enclosure
    (pp. 586-593)
  223. 214 22 April 1894 SBA to Lillie Devereux Blake
    (pp. 593-595)
  224. 215 24 April 1894 Remarks by ECS to Parlor Meeting in New York City
    (pp. 595-596)
  225. 216 26 April 1894 ECS to the Editor, New York World
    (pp. 596-598)
  226. 217 4 May 1894 Speech by SBA to Kansas Campaign Rally, Kansas City
    (pp. 598-616)
  227. 218 4–5 May 1894 From the Diary of SBA
    (pp. 616-618)
  228. 219 7 May 1894 ECS to Mary Rice Livermore
    (pp. 618-618)
  229. 220 7 May 1894 Remarks by ECS to the Mass Meeting in New York City
    (pp. 619-621)
  230. 221 24 May 1894 Remarks by SBA to Committee on Suffrage, New York Constitutional Convention
    (pp. 621-625)
  231. 222 5–11 June 1894 From the Diary of SBA
    (pp. 625-629)
  232. 223 12 June 1894 Remarks by SBA to the Kansas People’s Party Convention
    (pp. 629-631)
  233. 224 12–13 June 1894 From the Diary of SBA
    (pp. 631-632)
  234. 225 22 & 23 June 1894 Interviews with SBA in Rochester, New York
    (pp. 632-635)
  235. 226 26 June 1894 ECS to Lillie Devereux Blake
    (pp. 635-637)
  236. 227 9 July 1894 ECS to Anna H. Shaw
    (pp. 637-637)
  237. 228 19 July 1894 SBA to ECS
    (pp. 638-639)
  238. 229 20 July 1894 ECS to John Bigelow
    (pp. 639-639)
  239. 230 25 July 1894 SBA to Elizabeth Smith Miller
    (pp. 640-641)
  240. 231 19 August 1894 SBA to ECS
    (pp. 641-643)
  241. 232 21 August 1894 ECS to the Editor, New York Sun
    (pp. 643-645)
  242. 233 22 August 1894 Speech by SBA at Cassadaga Lake Free Association
    (pp. 645-647)
  243. 234 Before 1 September 1894 ECS to the Editors, Woman’s Journal
    (pp. 647-650)
  244. 235 7 September 1894 SBA to Thomas E. Bowman
    (pp. 650-655)
  245. 236 3 November 1894 Article by ECS: Educated Suffrage JustiWed
    (pp. 655-658)
  246. 237 18 November 1894 Remarks by SBA to the Gospel Suffrage Meeting, Cleveland
    (pp. 658-660)
  247. 238 18–23 November 1894 From the Diary of SBA
    (pp. 660-662)
  248. 239 24 November 1894 Frances E. Willard to SBA
    (pp. 662-664)
  249. 240 Before 22 December 1894 ECS to the Editors, Woman’s Journal
    (pp. 664-665)
  250. 241 2 January 1895 Article by ECS: Educated Suffrage Again
    (pp. 665-669)
  251. 242 13 January 1895 SBA to Mary S. Anthony
    (pp. 669-671)
  252. 243 19 January–11 February 1895 From the Diary of SBA
    (pp. 671-677)
  253. 244 16 February 1895 ECS to Clara Bewick Colby
    (pp. 677-679)
  254. 245 25 February 1895 Funeral of Frederick Douglass
    (pp. 679-681)
  255. 246 4 March 1895 ECS to Clara Bewick Colby
    (pp. 681-682)
  256. 247 29 March 1895 Lillie Devereux Blake to SBA, with Reply
    (pp. 683-685)
  257. 248 2 April 1895 SBA to Eliza Gray Whiting
    (pp. 685-687)
  258. 249 4 April 1895 Meeting of the Political Equality Club of Rochester
    (pp. 687-689)
  259. 250 4–9 April 1895 From the Diary of SBA
    (pp. 689-692)
  260. 251 26 April 1895 ECS to Clara Bewick Colby
    (pp. 692-692)
  261. 252 After 26 April 1895 ECS to Clara Bewick Colby
    (pp. 693-694)
  262. 253 5 June 1895 Lady Isabella Somerset to ECS
    (pp. 694-695)
  263. 254 6 June 1895 ECS to Augusta J. Chapin
    (pp. 695-697)
  264. 255 C. 22 July 1895 SBA to Nannie Wright Lyon
    (pp. 698-699)
  265. 256 24 July 1895 SBA to ECS
    (pp. 699-701)
  266. 257 29 July 1895 ECS to Clara Bewick Colby
    (pp. 701-703)
  267. 258 1 August 1895 Frances E. Willard to ECS
    (pp. 703-704)
  268. 259 10 August 1895 ECS to Robert L. Stanton
    (pp. 704-706)
  269. 260 26 August 1895 SBA to Clara Bewick Colby
    (pp. 706-707)
  270. 261 21 September 1895 Parker Pillsbury to SBA
    (pp. 707-709)
  271. 262 30 September 1895 SBA to ECS
    (pp. 709-710)
  272. 263 1 November 1895 SBA to Ascha Harter Reynolds
    (pp. 711-713)
  273. 264 5 November 1895 SBA to Anna E. Dickinson
    (pp. 713-714)
  274. 265 6–9 November 1895 From the Diary of SBA
    (pp. 715-717)
  275. 266 10 November 1895 Statements by SBA and ECS: “If Women Came to Congress, What Would be the Result?”
    (pp. 717-718)
  276. 267 10–11 November 1895 From the Diary of SBA
    (pp. 718-718)
  277. 268 12 November 1895 Speech by ECS to the Reunion of the Pioneers and Friends of Woman’s Progress
    (pp. 719-730)
  278. 269 12–13 November 1895 From the Diary of SBA
    (pp. 730-732)
  279. Appendix A ALICE BLACKWELL’S MEMORANDUM ON DISCUSSIONS ABOUT UNION
    (pp. 733-734)
  280. Appendix B OF CONSTITUTIONS, BYLAWS, AND UNION
    (pp. 735-746)
  281. Index
    (pp. 747-770)