Browse Items (11 total)
- Tags: February
GILES, Miss Ella A.
Tags: 1851, 1851-1860, Association for the Advancement of Women, author, Authors, Caroline Maria Seymore Severance, church singer, Ella A. Giles, Ella Wheeler Wilcox, February, Hans Balatka, Hattie Tyng Griswold, librarian, Libraries, Los Angeles, Madison, Madison Public Lib rary, Magazine of Poetry, Music, novelist, Novelists, Oratorio, poet, Poets, Social Science, Stella A. Gaines Fifield, suffragist, Unitarian, WI, Wisconsin Conference of Charities, Women's Rights, Writing/Publishing, Zona Gale
ACHESON, Mrs. Sarah C.
Tags: 1841-1850, 1844, author, Authors, Denison, Elizabeth Turner Fry, Ellen Lawson Dabbs, February, lecturer, PA, philanthropist, Philanthropy, Public Speaking, Reform, reformer, Sarah C. Acheson, Temperance, temperance reformer, Texas Equal Rights Association, TX, Washington, Woman's Christian Temperance Union, Woman's Christian Temperance Union of Texas, Writing/Publishing
WEISS, Mrs. Susan Archer
Tags: 1821-1830, 1822, Aldine, Alexander Galt, artist, Artists, author, Authors, book review, Century, deafness, disability, Edgar Allan Poe, Edward Virginius Valentine, February, Hanover County, National Era, People's Home Journal, poet, Poets, Rosalie Poe, Rudd & Carleton, Scribner's Monthly, Southern Literary Messenger, Susan Archer Weiss, VA, Wide Awake
MCKINNEY, Mrs. Kate Slaughter
DIGGS, Mrs. Annie Le Porte
Tags: 1851-1860, 1853, Annie Le Porte Diggs, CAN, February, journalist, Kansas Equal Suffrage Association, London, Ontario, People's Party, poet, Politics/Government, Public Speaking, Temperance, temperance reformer, Unitarian, woman suffragist, Woman's Christian Temperance Union, Women's Rights, Writing/Publishing
HOOKER, Mrs. Isabella Beecher
Tags: 1821-1830, 1822, author, Authors, Catharine Esther Beecher, Congregationalist, Connecticut Woman Suffrage Association, CT, Ella Bagnell Kendrick, February, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Independent, International Council of Women, Isabella Beecher Hooker, Joseph Roswell Hawley, Josephine White Griffing, lecturer, Litchfield, Lucy Stone, National American Woman Suffrage Association, National Woman Suffrage Association, orator, Orators, Paulina Wright Davis, Public Speaking, Putnam's Monthly, Susan Brownell Anthony, Victoria Claflin Woodhull, woman suffragist, Women's Rights, Writing/Publishing
HENRY, Mrs. Josephine Kirby Williamson
Tags: 1841-1850, author, Authors, Blue Grass Blade, Charles Chilton Moore, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, February, Free-thinkers, Free-thought Federation of America, Harriet M. Closz, Hermann Wettstein, Josephine Kirby Williamson Henry, Kentucky Equal Rights Association, KY, Laura Clay, Mary Jane Safford, National Woman Suffrage Association, Newport, Politics/Government, Prohibition Party of Kentucky, Reform, reformer, suffrage, Temperance, temperance reformer, woman suffragist, Women's Rights, Writing/Publishing
DORR, Mrs. Julia C. R.
Tags: 1821-1830, 1825, Atlantic Monthly, author, Authors, Caroline Thomas, Century, Charleston, Congregationalist, February, Galaxy, Harper's Magazine, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Household, James Russell Lowell, John Greenleaf Whittier, Julia Caroline Ripley Dorr, Ladies' Repository, Libraries, Magazine of Poetry, Middlebury Female Seminary, New England Magazine, poet, Poets, pseudonym, Putnam's Monthly, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Rutland Free Library, Sartain's Magazine, SC, Scribner's Magazine, Scribner's Monthly, Seneca M. Dorr, Troy Conference Academy, Union Magazine, William Dean Howells, women as authors, Writing/Publishing
CHILD, Mrs. Lydia Maria
Tags: 1801-1810, 1802, Anti-Slavery, Atlantic Monthly, author, Authors, biographer, Biographers, Biography, Columbian Magazine, David Lee Child, editor, February, Fiction, Harriet G. Hosmer, John Greenleaf Whittier, Juvenile Miscellany, Ladies' Repository, Living Age, Lydia Maria Child, MA, Medford, Moses Dresser Phillips, Public Speaking, Reform, reformer, Rosa Miller Avery, United States Democratic Review, Wendell Phillips, women as authors, Women's Rights, Writing/Publishing
GORTON, Mrs. Cynthia M. R.
Tags: 1821-1830, 1829, author, Authors, Blind Bard of Michigan, blindness, Christian Herald, Cynthia M. R. Gorton, disability, Emma Willard, February, Great Barrington, Ida Glenwood, MA, Magazine of Poetry, orator, Orators, poet, Poets, pseudonym, Reform, reformer, Temperance, temperance reformer, Troy Female Seminary, women as authors