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- Tags: suffragist
LUMMIS, Mrs. Dorothea
Tags: 1851-1860, 1860, Boston University, Californian, Charles Fletcher Loomis, collector, Critic, Dorothea Lummis, dramatic editor, Earnest Carroll Moore, editor, Emma Seiler, Home-Maker, homeopathy, Hull House, James O'Neil, Journal of Sociology, Judge, Kate Field's Washington, Life, Los Angeles, Los Angeles Times, Medicine, Music, musical editor, musician, New England Conservatory of Music, OH, Pacific Coast Women's Press Association, Pacific Unitarian Conference, physician, Physicians, Portsmouth Female College, Puck, Reform, reformer, San Francisco Argonaut, Social Work, Sociology, Southern California Medical Society, suffrage, suffragist, Woman's Cycle, Women's Rights
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
GREENE, Mrs. Louisa Morton
Tags: 1811-1820, 1819, Anti-Slavery, Ashburnham, author, Authors, Education, journalist, Louisa Morton Greene, MA, Medicine, National American Woman Suffrage Association, orator, Oxford Democrat, philanthropist, Philanthropists, Philanthropy, poet, Poets, Public Speaking, Reform, reformer, suffrage, suffragist, teacher, Teachers, Temperance, temperance reformer, Water Cure, Women's Rights, Writing/Publishing
ALDRICH, Mrs. Flora L.
CHACE, Mrs. Elizabeth Buffum
Tags: 1801-1810, 1806, Abby Gove, American Woman Suffrage Association, Anti-Slavery, Association for the Advancement of Women, author, Authors, December, Elizabeth Buffum Chace, Frederick Douglass, Free Religious Association, Friends' Boarding School, George Denison Prentice, Manufacturers' and Farmers' Journal, New England Magazine, Providence, pseudonym, Quaker, Reform, reformer, Rhode Island, Rhode Island Women's Suffrage Association, RI, Rowland Gibson Hazard, Samuel Joseph May, suffragist, Susan Brownell Anthony, Thomas Wentworth Higginson, William Ebenezer Richmond, women as authors, Women's Rights, Writing/Publishing