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Jula Ward Howe, Reminiscences: 1819-1899, Chapter 17: the woman suffrage movement (search)
rth of their Master. Among my most valued recollections are those of the many legislative hearings in which I have had the privilege of taking part, and which cover period of more than twenty years. Mr. Garrison, Lucy Stone, and Mr. Blackwell long continued to be our most prominent advocates, supported at times by Colonel Higginson, Wendell Phillips, and James Freeman Clarke. Mrs. Livermore was with us whenever her numerous lecture engagements allowed her to be present. Mrs. Cheney, Judge Sewall, and several lawyers of our own sex gave us valuable aid. These hearings were mostly held in the well-known Green Room of the Boston State House, but a gradual crescendo of interest sometimes led us to ask for the use of Representatives' Hall, which was often crowded with the friends and opponents of our cause. Among the remonstrants who spoke at these hearings occasionally appeared some illiterate woman, attracted by the opportunity of making a public appearance. I remember one of thes
Jula Ward Howe, Reminiscences: 1819-1899, Index (search)
ned by Mrs. Jameson, 40. Scotland, the Howes in, 111, 112. Scott, Sir, Walter, 28; his novel Kenilworth, play founded on, 57; grave of, at Abbotsford, 111 works lightly esteemed by Charles Sumner, 169. Sedgwick, Catharine Maria, on John Kenyon, 108; her letter of introduction to Count Gonfalonieri, 119; praises a line from Passion Flowers, 228. Sedgwick, Mrs. Theodore (Susan Ridley), 90. Seeley, Prof. J. R., hospitality and kindness to Mrs. Howe: his lecture on Burke, 335. Sewall, Judge Samuel E., aids the woman suffrage movement, 382. Seward, William H., secretary of state, stigmatized by Count Gurowski, 222. Shaw, Mrs. Quincy A., 184. Shelley, Percy Bysshe, his books prohibited in the Ward family, 58. Sherret, Miss, her interest in schools for girls of the middle class, 333. Sherwood, Mrs. (Mary Martha Butt), her stories, 48. Siddons, Mrs. William (Sarah Kemble), fund for her monument, 104; her daughter, 131. Sillhman Prof. Benjamin, of Yale Co