Alice Stone Blackwell
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Who is Alice Stone Blackwell?
Alice Stone Blackwell was an American feminist, suffragist, journalist, and human rights advocate.
- born on (158 years ago) in East Orange, child of Henry Browne Blackwell and Lucy Stone
- nationality: United States of America
- education: Boston University
- died on (65 years ago) in Cambridge
- buried in Forest Hills Cemetery
- written works: "Songs of Russia", "Growing up in Boston's Gilded Age", "Why women should vote", "Some Spanish-American poets", "Armenian poems, rendered into English verse", "Objections answered", "Lucy Stone", "Women do not want it", "A bubble pricked", "The case of Washington", "The division of labor", "Equal suffrage in New Zealand", "Gains in equal suffrage", "Jane Addams testifies", "Liquor against suffrage", "The military argument", "Progress of equal suffrage", "Rebuttal before rules committee", "Suffrage and temperance", "The test of experiment", "The threefold menace", "Women and the school vote"
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by Kathryn Cullen-DuPont
BLACKWELL, ALICE STONE Blackwell, Alice Stone (1857–1950) suffragist, feminist, editor An editor of the WOMAN'S JOURNAL and officer of the NATIONAL AMERICAN WOMAN SUFFRAGE ASSOCIATION, Alice Stone Blackwell was ...
Northern Leaders of the Civil War by John T. Hubbell, James W. Geary
Alice Stone Blackwell Committee, 1930. Blaine, James Gillespie. Twenty Years of Congress: From Lincoln to Garfield. With a Review of the Events which Led to the Political Revolution of 1860. 2 vols. Norwich, CT: Henry Bill Publishing ...
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