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Manuscript/Mixed Material Militant Methods: Emmeline Pankhurst in Boston

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Title

  • Militant Methods: Emmeline Pankhurst in Boston

Names

  • Woman's Journal (Publisher)

Created / Published

  • Woman's Journal, Boston, Massachusetts, 10-30-1909 0:00

Headings

  • -  Miller, Anne Fitzhugh (1856-1912)
  • -  England-suffragists
  • -  Women's Social and Political Union (England)
  • -  Howe, Julia Ward (1819-1910)
  • -  Boston Equal Suffrage Association
  • -  suffrage strategies
  • -  suffrage poem
  • -  Blackwell, Alice Stone (1857-1950)
  • -  Pankhurst, Emmeline (1858-1928)
  • -  suffrage colors
  • -  parades & processions-Boston
  • -  press criticism
  • -  Gulesian, Mr. and Mrs. M. H
  • -  McCormack, Mrs. Stanley
  • -  Pethick, Miss
  • -  Dexter, Mrs. Wirt
  • -  Fitzgerald, Mrs. Richard Y
  • -  Page, Mary Hutcheson
  • -  Pittman, Mira H
  • -  Breshkovsky, Catherine
  • -  Clippings

Genre

  • Clippings

Notes

  • -  Alice Stone Blackwell explains that press has misrepresented both the nature of British militant methods and reaction in U. S. British militancy is usually not illegal and justified in response to government policies. Such methods not necessary in U.S.
  • -  Describes Emmeline Pankhurst's visit to Boston; first Boston motor procession; 2000 attend Pankhurst address at Tremont Temple Oct. 22; at Vendome luncheon on Oct 23, Alice Stone Blackwell introduced Pankhurst and Mira H. Pittman read her original poem honoring Pankhurst; Anne Fitzhugh Miller escorted Pankhurst to New York on Oct. 24.

Medium

  • clipping

Call Number/Physical Location

  • JK1881 .N357 sec. XVI, no. 3-9 NAWSA Coll
  • series: Miller NAWSA Suffrage Scrapbooks, 1897-1911; Scrapbook 8 (1909-1910)

Source Collection

  • Miller NAWSA Suffrage Scrapbooks, 1897-1911

Repository

  • Rare Book And Special Collections Division

Digital Id

Online Format

  • image
  • online text

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Credit Line: Library of Congress, Rare Book and Special Collections Division, National American Woman Suffrage Association Collection.

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Chicago citation style:

Woman'S Journal. Militant Methods: Emmeline Pankhurst in Boston. Woman's Journal, Boston, Massachusetts, 10-30- 0:00, 1909. Manuscript/Mixed Material. https://www.loc.gov/item/rbcmiller003910/.

APA citation style:

Woman'S Journal. (1909) Militant Methods: Emmeline Pankhurst in Boston. Woman's Journal, Boston, Massachusetts, 10-30- 0:00. [Manuscript/Mixed Material] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/rbcmiller003910/.

MLA citation style:

Woman'S Journal. Militant Methods: Emmeline Pankhurst in Boston. Woman's Journal, Boston, Massachusetts, 10-30- 0:00, 1909. Manuscript/Mixed Material. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/rbcmiller003910/>.