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  • Collection: Periodicals

ALMS-1862-01-1 front The Congressional Globe 05-30-1862.JPG
The Congressional Globe contains the records for sessions of the U.S. Congress including summaries of proceedings, letters, speeches, and some legislation for the Senate and House of Representatives.
This issue includes a debate on an amendment to…

ALMS-1888-02-1 Kansas Municipal Election Results April 21 1888.jpg
The article describes the election in Oskaloosa, Kansas where the Mayoral and City Council seats were filled entirely by women after the previous government proved remiss in their duties; the article specifically cites issues related to public…

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Addams discusses the growing Progressive Party, formed by Theodore Roosevelt and its potential to spark reform for industrial workers. She uses Roosevelt as someone who has the power and personality to "gather up the sense of social wrong and direct…

PERI-1930-01 Bulletin of the NLWV Jan 1930.jpg
This issue includes information on the International Alliance of Women for Suffrage and Equal Citizenship, international measures of interest to the League, marriage laws in the South, new publications, and domicile, inheritance, and jury service.…

DOCU-1836-01-1 Appeal to Southern Women cover.jpg
The Anti-Slavery Examiner was among several serials published by the American Anti-Slavery Society. It began publication in August 1836 and was published irregularly (at times as a pamphlet or tract) until 1845.

"Appeal to the Christian Women of…

PERI-1840-01a The Emancipator 1840-0312 above.jpg
The Emancipator was one of several publications by the American Anti-Slavery Society. First published in May 1833 in New York City, the title of the publication changed several times, as did its editors and publishers. When Joshua Leavitt became the…

PERI-1843-01-1 Natl Anti-Slavery 1843-0112.jpg
The National Anti-Slavery Standard was the official weekly newspaper of the American Anti-Slavery Society, an abolitionist society founded in 1833 by William Lloyd Garrison and Arthur Tappan. Lydia and David Child, abolitionists and writers,…

PERI-1853-01-1 Portland Tribune Oct 1853 above fold.pdf
The Portland Transcript was published weekly from 1849 to 1910. Its tagline was "An independent family journal of literature, news, &c."

This issue contains an article entitled "Nathaniel Hawthorne on women's rights." In his short statement (p.…

PERI-1865-01b The Liberator 1865-1229 below.jpg
The Liberator (1831-1865) was an abolitionist newspaper founded by William Lloyd Garrison and Isaac Knapp. The newspaper called for the "Immediate and complete emancipation of all slaves." The Liberator also advocated for women's rights by printing…

PERI-1869-1871-01 The Revolution 1869-0617.jpg
The Revolution was a weekly newspaper created by Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton in New York City. It was the official publication of the National Woman Suffrage Association, published from January 8, 1868 until February 17, 1872. The…
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