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Speeches and Writings, 1848-1902 (continued)
“Worship of God in Man,” The Open Court with draft, undated (continued)
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“The Woman's Bible,” undated
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Miscellaneous articles in newspapers
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BOX 4 REEL 2 Speeches
1848, untitled
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[1850s], “Education,” address delivered before village lyceum, Seneca Falls, N.Y.
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[1856?], “Woman”
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[1860?], “Antislavery”
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1861
4-5 Feb., “Free Speech,” Fourth Annual New York State Anti-Slavery Convention, Albany, New York
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8 Feb., address on divorce bill before the Judiciary Committee, New York State Senate
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1861, speech in Orleans County and speech on slavery
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[1861-1864?], “What Can Woman Do for the War?” New York, N.Y.
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BOX 4 REEL 3 [1861-1865?], “The Future of the Republic,” Boston, Mass., with partial draft of another speech
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1863, address before Woman's Loyal League
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[1863?], untitled
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[1865-1869?], untitled
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1866, 10 Oct., speech to electors of Eighth Congressional District, New York
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1867
May, speech at hearing before the Judiciary Committee of the New York Senate
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Address on right of women to vote for delegates to constitutional convention, New York
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First speech in suffrage campaign in Kansas
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Untitled speech in Kansas campaign
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1868, “Labor”
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1869, 19-20 Jan., address before first convention, National Woman Suffrage Association, Washington, D.C.
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BOX 5 REEL 3 [circa 1869], speech before club of men and women in New York, N.Y.
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1870
17 May, speech on the McFarland trial, Apollo Hall, extract
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[June], “The True Republic”
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Speech before Young Men's Suffrage Association, Plympton Hall
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[1870's], extract from a lyceum lecture
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1872, 12 Jan., speech before Judiciary Committee, U.S. Senate
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[1872]
“Co-education”
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“Our Young Girls”
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“Presidents and Parties”
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BOX 5 REEL 4 [circa 1874], “Self-Government”
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BOX 6 REEL 4 [1875], “Our Boys”
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1876, “Prison Life”
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[circa 1876], “The Subjection of Woman”
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1878, 11 Jan., “Address on National Protection for National Citizens,” before the Committee on Privileges and Elections, U.S. Senate
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1878, 19-20 July, Third Decade Meeting of Woman's Rights Convention, Rochester
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[Aug.], “Home Life,” Providence, R.I.
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8 Feb. 1861, address on divorce bill before the Judiciary Committee of the New York Senate
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1885, 12 Nov., “The Pleasures of Age,” an address delivered on her seventieth birthday
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[1880-1890], “Taxation”
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1883 June, Princess Hall, London, England
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1884, Washington, D.C.
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1888
25 Mar. -1 Apr., welcome address, International Council of Women, Washington, D.C.
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2 Apr., statement at hearing before the Committee on Woman Suffrage, U.S. Senate
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1889, 21 Jan., speech to members of National Woman Suffrage Association
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1890
15 Feb., address before U.S. Senate Special Committee on Woman Suffrage, Woman's Tribune
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BOX 7 REEL 4 23 Feb., “Change Is the Law of Progress,” National American Woman's Suffrage Convention, Washington, D.C.
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4 Dec., speech to National American Woman Association Suffrage Association convention
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1891, “The Degradation of Disfranchisement,” National American Woman Suffrage Association convention, Washington, D.C., with clipping
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1892
18 Jan., “Solitude of Self,” address delivered before Committee on the Judiciary, U.S. Congress
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Dec., First Foremothers' Celebration, New York, N.Y.
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1893
16 May, “The Antagonism of Sex,” World Congress of Representative Women, with article of same title
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19 July, “Emma Willard, the Pioneer in the Higher Education of Women,” Chicago, Ill.
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Sept. “The Ultimate Religion,” New York, N.Y., also entitled, “Worship of God in Man”
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22 Dec., “Christmas on the Mayflower,” Foremothers Dinner, New York, N.Y.
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“New York Constitutional Convention in 1867 ”
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1895, 12 Nov., Metropolitan Opera House, New York, N.Y.
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1900, 13 Feb., “Woman Suffrage,” statement before Committee on the Judiciary of the House of Representatives
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