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Author Million, Joelle.
Title Woman's voice, woman's place : Lucy Stone and the birth of the woman's rights movement / Joelle Million.
Imprint Westport, Conn. : Praeger, 2003.

 OTTERBEIN DISPLAY - 1ST  JK1899.S8 M545 2003   on Suffrage display  AVAILABLE  
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Author Million, Joelle.
Subject Stone, Lucy, 1818-1893.
Suffragists -- United States -- Biography.
Women's rights -- United States -- History -- 19th century.
Description viii, 339 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (p. [315]-320) and index.
Contents Introduction: "Shall woman's voice be hushed?" -- One: the making of a reformer -- Learning woman's lot -- Separate spheres and female education -- Rousing woman's voice -- "The confounded woman question" -- A hand to be counted -- Oberlin and universal reform -- The highest good -- "All Lucy Stone's doing" -- Two: the power of an orator -- Antislavery agent -- Organizing a movement -- Speaking for women -- Divergent paths -- The converting voice -- Temperance and woman's rights -- "A hearing ear" in the West -- "Heart and soul" -- Three: testing a wife's autonomy -- Romance and politics -- Forging a true marriage -- The marriage question and woman's rights -- "The field is the world" -- Representative woman -- The path for my feet -- Taxing times -- Passing the mantle -- Expectancy.
ISBN 027597877X (alk. paper)
OCLC # 51222131
Table of Contents
1Introduction: "Shall Woman's Voice Be Hushed?"1
 The Making of a Reformer3
2Learning Woman's Lot5
3Separate Spheres and Female Education15
4Rousing Woman's Voice21
5"The Confounded Woman Question"33
6A Hand to Be Counted43
7Oberlin and Universal Reform53
8The Highest Good65
9"All Lucy Stone's Doing"77
 The Power of an Orator89
10Antislavery Agent91
11Organizing a Movement101
12Speaking for Women111
13Divergent Paths121
14The Converting Voice129
15Temperance and Woman's Rights139
16"A Hearing Ear" in the West153
17"Heart and Soul"165
 Testing a Wife's Autonomy175
18Romance and Politics177
19Forging a True Marriage191
20The Marriage Question and Woman's Rights203
21"The Field Is the World"213
22Representative Woman225
23The Path for My Feet233
24Taxing Times243
25Passing the Mantle257
 Abbreviations Used in Citations277
 Selected Bibliography315

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