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The Resource Citizens at last : the woman suffrage movement in Texas, essay by A. Elizabeth Taylor with photographs and documents ; foreword by Anne Firor Scott ; consulting editors Ruthe Winegarten and Judith N. McArthur

Citizens at last : the woman suffrage movement in Texas, essay by A. Elizabeth Taylor with photographs and documents ; foreword by Anne Firor Scott ; consulting editors Ruthe Winegarten and Judith N. McArthur

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Citizens at last : the woman suffrage movement in Texas
Title
Citizens at last
Title remainder
the woman suffrage movement in Texas
Statement of responsibility
essay by A. Elizabeth Taylor with photographs and documents ; foreword by Anne Firor Scott ; consulting editors Ruthe Winegarten and Judith N. McArthur
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Genre
Language
eng
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Cataloging source
TXA/DLC
Dewey number
324.6/2309764
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
JK1911.T3
LC item number
C58 2015
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • 1921-
  • 1917-
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  • Winegarten, Ruthe
  • McArthur, Judith N.
  • Scott, Anne Firor
  • Jones, Nancy Baker
  • Taylor, A. Elizabeth
Series statement
Ellen C. Temple classics in the Women in Texas history series
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  • Women
  • Women
  • HISTORY / United States / 20th Century
  • HISTORY / United States / State & Local / Southwest (AZ, NM, OK, TX)
  • SOCIAL SCIENCE / Women's Studies
  • KERA
  • Texas
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Citizens at last : the woman suffrage movement in Texas, essay by A. Elizabeth Taylor with photographs and documents ; foreword by Anne Firor Scott ; consulting editors Ruthe Winegarten and Judith N. McArthur
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Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 233-237) and index
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volume
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rdacarrier
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text
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rdacontent
Contents
Essays -- Introduction: a lifelong interest / A. Elizabeth Taylor -- The woman suffrage movement in Texas / A. Elizabeth Taylor -- A note on the author -- Documents -- Seneca Falls "Declaration of sentiments" -- The Texas Reconstruction Convention considers woman suffrage (1868-1869): Declaration of T. H. Mundine; Committee report for woman suffrage; Committee minority report against woman suffrage; Remarks of Hon. L. D. Evans on the resolution of Mr. Mundine -- The American Woman Suffrage Association petitions the Texas legislature (1872): Memorial from Lucy Stone -- The Texas Redeemer Convention considers woman suffrage (1875): Mr. Weaver's resolution; Mr. Russell's resolution; Debate; Mrs. Hiatt's report -- "Idiots, lunatics, paupers, and felons" (1875): Article 6, 1875 Constitution -- "The ballot an educator" (1881): by Jenny Beauchamp -- Mariana Folsom organizes for suffrage in Texas (1880s): Lucy Stone to Mariana Folsom; "The ballot" by Mariana Folsom -- The WCTU endorses votes for women (1888): "Woman is thinking!" by Grace Danforth -- "If I were mayor of San Antonio (1893): "The female suffragists, a chat with four Texas leaders of the movement -- The Texas Equal Rights Association (1893): Minutes of the first session -- Local suffrage societies make the news (1893-1894): Belton; Denison; Granger; Dallas -- Texas suffragists propose an organizational plan (1894): Texas plan of work -- Southern ladies and gentlemen (1894): "The women suffragists... waving the bloody shirt" -- Texas Woman's Congress meets in Dallas (1893-1894): "Want power at once" by Margaret Watson -- "Equal suffrage means purer laws" (1894): "Women should vote" by Miss Sue Greenleaf -- Representative Tomkins proposes a state constitutional amendment (1895): House Joint Resolution no. 29 -- Annette Finnigan begins the second phase of the Texas struggle (1903-1905): "Copy of letter to Texas woman" by Finnigan -- Suffragists testify at a legislative hearing (1907): The Woman's Tribune -- The Austin Woman Suffrage Association (1908-1915): Minutes -- Eleanor Brackenridge revives the Texas Woman Suffrage Association (1913): Eleanor Brackenridge to Mrs. Cone Johnson -- Annette Finnigan polls the legislative candidates (1914): Letters to and from candidates for the legislature -- Minnie Fisher Cunningham takes charge (1925): "Program of the Fifth Convention of the Texas Woman Suffrage Association" -- Houston Chronicle and Herald endorses suffrage (1917) -- Men support the cause (1914-1919): "Some phases of woman suffrage" by S. P. Brooks; "Why men need equal suffrage for women" by A. Caswell Ellis -- Texas suffragists send a message to President Wilson (1917): Call to the Seventh Convention of the Texas Equal Suffrage Association; "Equal suffrage meet closes" -- Minnie Fisher Cunningham reports on state suffrage activities and war work (1917) -- Lobbying for the vote (1917): Directions for lobbyists -- Suffragists help impeach Governor Ferguson (1917): Minnie Fisher Cunningham to Carrie Chapman Catt -- The Primary Election Bill passes (1918): Minnie Fisher Cunningham to Carrie Chapman Catt -- Suffragists sign up (1918): "Un manifiesto de la Sra. Rena Maverick Green a las mujeres del condado" -- Women register and vote for first time in Texas (1918): "Texas woman voters," The woman citizen; "To the women of Texas," by Hortense Ward; Vote for Annie Webb Blanton -- Efforts to pass the federal amendment continue (1918): Minnie Fisher Cunningham to Jewel Scarborough -- Anti-suffragists rally opposition (1916-1918): "Not for woman's suffrage"; "Women don't want suffrage" -- Texans vote on a state constitutional amendment (1919): "Outline of campaign for carrying the suffrage amendment; "Many factors contributed to the apparent defeat of suffrage"; Election results -- Texas legislature ratifies the Nineteenth Amendment (1919): Minnie Fisher Cunningham to Carrie Chapman Catt -- Texas Suffrage Ratification Proclamation (1920) -- Jane Y. McCallum's account of the
Dimensions
24 cm
Edition
Texas A&M University Press edition.
Extent
xvii, 250 pages
Isbn
9781623493653
Isbn Type
(pbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
2015025062
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (OCoLC)910413615
  • (OCoLC)ocn910413615
  • 2402165
  • 2490204
  • 2490204
Label
Citizens at last : the woman suffrage movement in Texas, essay by A. Elizabeth Taylor with photographs and documents ; foreword by Anne Firor Scott ; consulting editors Ruthe Winegarten and Judith N. McArthur
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 233-237) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Essays -- Introduction: a lifelong interest / A. Elizabeth Taylor -- The woman suffrage movement in Texas / A. Elizabeth Taylor -- A note on the author -- Documents -- Seneca Falls "Declaration of sentiments" -- The Texas Reconstruction Convention considers woman suffrage (1868-1869): Declaration of T. H. Mundine; Committee report for woman suffrage; Committee minority report against woman suffrage; Remarks of Hon. L. D. Evans on the resolution of Mr. Mundine -- The American Woman Suffrage Association petitions the Texas legislature (1872): Memorial from Lucy Stone -- The Texas Redeemer Convention considers woman suffrage (1875): Mr. Weaver's resolution; Mr. Russell's resolution; Debate; Mrs. Hiatt's report -- "Idiots, lunatics, paupers, and felons" (1875): Article 6, 1875 Constitution -- "The ballot an educator" (1881): by Jenny Beauchamp -- Mariana Folsom organizes for suffrage in Texas (1880s): Lucy Stone to Mariana Folsom; "The ballot" by Mariana Folsom -- The WCTU endorses votes for women (1888): "Woman is thinking!" by Grace Danforth -- "If I were mayor of San Antonio (1893): "The female suffragists, a chat with four Texas leaders of the movement -- The Texas Equal Rights Association (1893): Minutes of the first session -- Local suffrage societies make the news (1893-1894): Belton; Denison; Granger; Dallas -- Texas suffragists propose an organizational plan (1894): Texas plan of work -- Southern ladies and gentlemen (1894): "The women suffragists... waving the bloody shirt" -- Texas Woman's Congress meets in Dallas (1893-1894): "Want power at once" by Margaret Watson -- "Equal suffrage means purer laws" (1894): "Women should vote" by Miss Sue Greenleaf -- Representative Tomkins proposes a state constitutional amendment (1895): House Joint Resolution no. 29 -- Annette Finnigan begins the second phase of the Texas struggle (1903-1905): "Copy of letter to Texas woman" by Finnigan -- Suffragists testify at a legislative hearing (1907): The Woman's Tribune -- The Austin Woman Suffrage Association (1908-1915): Minutes -- Eleanor Brackenridge revives the Texas Woman Suffrage Association (1913): Eleanor Brackenridge to Mrs. Cone Johnson -- Annette Finnigan polls the legislative candidates (1914): Letters to and from candidates for the legislature -- Minnie Fisher Cunningham takes charge (1925): "Program of the Fifth Convention of the Texas Woman Suffrage Association" -- Houston Chronicle and Herald endorses suffrage (1917) -- Men support the cause (1914-1919): "Some phases of woman suffrage" by S. P. Brooks; "Why men need equal suffrage for women" by A. Caswell Ellis -- Texas suffragists send a message to President Wilson (1917): Call to the Seventh Convention of the Texas Equal Suffrage Association; "Equal suffrage meet closes" -- Minnie Fisher Cunningham reports on state suffrage activities and war work (1917) -- Lobbying for the vote (1917): Directions for lobbyists -- Suffragists help impeach Governor Ferguson (1917): Minnie Fisher Cunningham to Carrie Chapman Catt -- The Primary Election Bill passes (1918): Minnie Fisher Cunningham to Carrie Chapman Catt -- Suffragists sign up (1918): "Un manifiesto de la Sra. Rena Maverick Green a las mujeres del condado" -- Women register and vote for first time in Texas (1918): "Texas woman voters," The woman citizen; "To the women of Texas," by Hortense Ward; Vote for Annie Webb Blanton -- Efforts to pass the federal amendment continue (1918): Minnie Fisher Cunningham to Jewel Scarborough -- Anti-suffragists rally opposition (1916-1918): "Not for woman's suffrage"; "Women don't want suffrage" -- Texans vote on a state constitutional amendment (1919): "Outline of campaign for carrying the suffrage amendment; "Many factors contributed to the apparent defeat of suffrage"; Election results -- Texas legislature ratifies the Nineteenth Amendment (1919): Minnie Fisher Cunningham to Carrie Chapman Catt -- Texas Suffrage Ratification Proclamation (1920) -- Jane Y. McCallum's account of the
Dimensions
24 cm
Edition
Texas A&M University Press edition.
Extent
xvii, 250 pages
Isbn
9781623493653
Isbn Type
(pbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
2015025062
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (OCoLC)910413615
  • (OCoLC)ocn910413615
  • 2402165
  • 2490204
  • 2490204

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