Books & Articles
Adams, Katherine H. and Keene, Michael L. Alice Paul and the American Suffrage Campaign. 2008, University of Illinois Press
Bacon, Margaret Hope. Mothers of Feminism, The Story of Quaker Women in America. 1986, Harper & Row.
Baker, Jean H. editor. Votes for Women, The Struggle for Suffrage Revisited. 2001 Oxford University Press.
Baker, Jean H. Sisters, The Lives of America’s Suffragists. 2005, Hill & Wang.
Banks, Olive. Faces of Feminism. 1981, Blackwell Publishing.
Barker-Benfield, G.J. & Clinton, Catherine. Portraits on American Women from Settlement to the Present. 1998, Oxford University Press.
Barber, Lucy G. Marching on Washington ~ The Forging of an American Political Tradition. 2002, University of California Press.
Beard, Mary R. America Through Women's Eyes. 1933, Greenwood Press.
Beard, Mary R. Woman as a Force in History. 1946, Persea Books.
Becker, Susan. The Origins of the Equal Rights Amendment, America Feminism Between the Wars. 1981, Greenwood Press.
Berry, Mary Frances. Why the ERA Failed. 1988, First Midland Book Edition.
Bjorkman, Frances M. and Porritt, Annie G., Women Suffrage, History, Arguments and Results. 1917, National Women’s Suffrage Publishing Co.
Bredbenner, Candice Lewis. A Nationality of Her Own ~ Women, Marriage and the Law of Citizenship. 1998, University of California Press.
Buhle, Mari Jo & Buhle, Paul, editors. The Concise History of Woman Suffrage. 1978, University of Illinois Press.
Burstyn, Joan N. Past and Promise ~ Lives of New Jersey Women. 1997, Syracuse University Press .
Butler, Amy E. Two Paths to Equality, Alice Paul and Ethel M. Smith in the ERA Debate. 2002, State University of New York Press.
Clark, Judith Freeman. Almanac of American Women in the 20th Century. 1987, Prentice Hall Press.
Clift, Eleanor. Founding Sisters and the Nineteenth Amendment. 2003, John Wiley & Sons.
Cobble, Dorothy Sue. Gordon, Linda. Henry, Astrid. Feminism Unfinished; the Short, Surprising History of the American Women's Movements. 2014, Liveright Publishing Corporation.
Cooney Jr., Robert P.J. Winning the Vote, The Triumph of the American Suffrage Movement, 2005, American Graphic Press.
Cooney, Jr, Robert P.J. Remembering Inez, The Last Campaign of Inez Milholland, Suffrage Martyr. 2015, American Graphic Press.
Cott, Nancy F. The Grounding of Modern Feminism. 1987, Yale University Press.
Day, Dorothy. The Long Loneliness. 1952, HarperCollins.
Degler, Carl N. At Odds, Women and the Family in America from the Revolution to the Present. 1980 Oxford University Press.
Dicker, Rory. A History of U.S. Feminisms. 2008, Seal Press.
Draper, Hal & Diamond, Stephen F. The Hidden Hstory of the Equal Rights Amendment. 2013, Center for Socialist History.
Chapman, Mary & Mills, Angela, editors. Treacherous Texts, U.S. Suffrage Literature 1846-1946. 2012, Rutgers University Press.
Evans, Sara M. Born for Liberty, A History of Women in America. 1989, Free Press Paperbacks.
Fawcett, Millicent Garrett. Women's Suffrage a Short History of a Great Movement. 1911, The Dodge Publkishing Company.
Feinberg, Renee. The Equal Rights Amendment, An Annotated Bibliography of the Issues, 1976-1985. 1986 Greenwood Press.
Flexner, Eleanor. Century of Struggle. 1975, Belknap Press of Harvard University.
Ford, Linda G., Iron Jawed Angels The Suffrage Militancy of the National Woman’s Party. 1991 University Press of America.
Ford, Linda G. "Alice Paul and the Triumph of Militancy." edited by Marjorie Spruill Wheeler, One Woman, One Vote. New Sage Press, 1995
Freeman, Jo. We Will Be Heard, Women’s Struggles for Political Power in the United States. 2008, Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
Freeman, Jo & Johnson, Victoria. Waves of Protest, Social Movements in the Sixties. 1969, Rowman & Littlefield.
Freeman, Jo editor. Social Movements of the Sixties and Seventies. 1983, Longman Press.
Fry, Amelia R. Conversations with Alice Paul: Woman Suffrage and the Equal Rights Amendment. 1976, The Bancroft Library, University of California/Berkeley.
Gilmore, Inez Haynes. The Story of the Women’s Party. 1921, Harcourt, Brace and Company.
Gluck, Sherner Berger. From Parlor to Prison, Five American Suffragists Talk About Their Lives. 1985, Monthly Review Press.
Greenberg, Hazel. The Equal Rights Amendment, A Bibliographic Study. 1974, Greenwood Press.
Hoffert Sylvia D. Alva Vanderbilt Belmont, Unlikely Champion of Women's Rights. 2012 Univeristy of Indiana Press.
Hunt, James D. Gandhi in London. 2012, Promilla/BSA.
Hunt, James D. An American Looks at Gandhi: Essays in Satygraha, Civil Rights and Peace. 2005, Promilla & Co.
Irwin, Inez Haynes. Angels and Amazons, A 100 Years of American Women. 1933, Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc.
Irwin, Inez Irwin. The Story of Alice Paul and the National Women’s Party. 1964, Denlinger’s Publishers, LTD.
Kraditor, Aileen S. The Ideas of the Woman Suffrage Movement, 1890-1920. 1965, Columbia University.
Lunardini, Christine. Alice Paul, Equality for Women. 2013 Westview Press
Lunardini, Christine. From Equal Suffrage to Equal Rights. 1986, toExcel Press.
Mackensie, Midge, Shoulder to Shoulder ~ A Documentary. 1975, Alfred A. Knopf.
Mackenzie Stuart, Amanda. Consuelo and Alva Vanderbuilt. 2007 Harper Perennial.
Mansbridge, Jane. Why We Lost the ERA. 1986, University of Chicago Press.
Matthews, Jean. The Rise of the New Woman. 2003, Ivan R. Dee
Melder, Keith. The Beginnings of Sisterhood, The American Women’s Rights Movement, 1800 – 1850. 1977, Schocken Books.
Meyers, Madeleine, ed. Forward into Light: The Struggle for Woman's Suffrage. 1994, Discovery Enterprises, LTD.
Murrin, Mary, edited. Women in New Jersey History. 1985, The New Jersey Historical Commision, Department of State.
O’Neill, William L. Everyone Was Brave, The Rise and Fall of Feminism in America. 1969, Quadrangle Books.
Perry, Louis. Civil Disobedience, An American Tradition. 2013. Yale University Press
Phelps, Edith M. Seleted Articles on Woman Suffrage. 1916, H.W. Wilson Printed HardPress Series.
Raeburn, Antonia. The Militant Suffragettes. 1973, Readers Union Limited.
Reger, Jo. ed. Different Wave Lengths, Studies of the Contemporary Women's Movement. 2005, Routledge.
Reger, Jo. Everywhere & Nowhere, Contemporary Feminism in the United States. 2012, Oxford University Press.
Roesch, Sally Wagner. Sisters in Spirit. 2001, Native Voices Book Publishing Company.
Rosenberg, Rosalind. Beyond Separate Spheres ~ Intellectual Roots of Modern Feminism. 1982, Yale University Press.
Rosenberg, Rosalind. Divided Lives ~ American Women in the Twentieth Century. 1992, Hill & Wang.
Rupp, Leila J. & Taylor, Verta. Survival in the Doldrums, The American Women’s Rights Movement, 1945 to the 1960’s. 1987, Oxford University Press.
Schwarz, Judith. Radical Femininsts of Heterodoxy. 1986, New Victoria Publishers, Inc.
Showalter, Elaine. These Modern Women. 1979 The Feminist Press.
Spender, Dale editor. Feminist Theorists, Three Centuries of Key Women Thinkers. 1983, Pantheon Books.
Stansell, Christine. The Feminist Promise. 2010, The Modern Library.
Staton Blatch, Harriot. Challenging Years, The Memoirs of Harriot Stanton Blatch. 1940, G.P. Putnam's Sons.
Stevens, Doris. Jailed For Freedom American Women Win the Vote. 1995, NewSage Press
Stillion Southard, Brenda A., Militant Citizenship, Rhetorical Strategies of the National Women's Party, 1913 - 1920. 2011, Texan A&M University Press.
Strachey, Ray. The Cause, A Short History of the Women’s Movement in Great Britian. 1979, Virago Limited.
Trigg, Mary K. Feminism as Life’s Work. 2014, Rutgers University Press.
Walton, Mary. A Woman’s Crusade, Alice Paul and the Battle for the Ballot. 2010, Palgrave MacMillan.
Ware, Susan. Beyond Suffrage, Women and the New Deal. 1981, Harvard University Press.
Wheeler, Marjorie Spruill. One Woman, One Vote ~ Rediscovering the Woman Suffrage Movement. 1995, NewSage Press.
Whiteman, Alden. editor American Reformers. 1985, H. W. Wilson Company.
Whitney, Sharon. The Equal Rights Amendment, The History and the Movement. 1984, Franklin Watts.
Zahinser, Jill. Alice Paul ~ Claiming Power. 2014, Oxford University Press.
Books on the Society of Friends
Abbott, Margery Post. A Certain Kind of Perfection. 1977, Pendle Hill Publications.
Bacon, Margaret Hope. Valiant Friend, The Life of Lucretia Mott. 1980, Walk and Company.
Bacon, Margaret Hope. The Quiet Rebels. The Story of the Quakers in America. 1999, Pendle Hill Publications.
Buckley, Paul. The Essential Elias Hicks. 2013, Inner Light Books.
DeGarmo, James M. The Hicksite Quakers and Their Doctrines. 1897, The Christian Literature Company.
Farmer, David Albert & Hunter, Edwina, editors. And Blessed is She ~ Sermons by Women. 1990, Judson Press.
Hamm, Thomas D. Quaker Writings. 2010, Penguin Classics.
Hamm, Thomas D. The Quakers in America, 2003, Columbia University Press.
Larson, Rebecca. Daughters of Light. 1999, University of North Carolina Press.
Vipont, Elfrida. George Fox and the Valiant Sixty. 1975, Hamlish Hamilton Ltd.
Alpern, Sara editor. The Challenge of Feminist Biography. 1992, The University of Illinois Press.
Des Jardins, Julie. Women & Historical Enterprise in America. 2003, The University of North Carolina Press.
Lifton, Robert Jay. editor The Woman in America, A Timely Appraisal. 1967, Beacon.
McGrerr, Michael. A Fierce Discontent, The Rise and Fall of the Progressive Movement in America. 2003, Oxford University Press.
McKanan, Dan. Prophetic Encounters, Religion and the America Radical Tradition. 2011, Beacon Press.
Belmont, Alva. "Women as Dictators." Ladies Home Journal, September 1922.
Bland, Sidney R. "'Never quite as Committed as we'd Like': The Suffrage Militancy of Lucy Burns." 1981, The Journal of Long Island History Summer/Fall.
Bland, Sidney R. "New Life in an Old Movement: Alice Paul and the Great Suffrage Parade of 1913 in Washington, D. C." 1971 Records of the Columbia Historical Society, vol. 71/72.
Cheney, Lynne. “How Alice Paul Became the Most Militant of Them All.” Smithsonian, 1972, November, vol 3 no8.
Chittick, Elizabeth, edit. “Biographical Sketch – Alice Paul 1885 – 1977.” HeinOnline Women Law, 1977,vol 63.
Cott, Nancy. “Feminist Politics in the 1920s: The National Women’s Party.” The Journal of American History, 1984, June no 7.
D’Ambrosio, Antonio. “How the Creative Response of Artists and Activists Can Transform the World.” The Nation, Jan 9, 2013.
Dodd, Lynda G. “Parades, Pickets, and Prison: Alice Paul and the Virtues of Unruly Constitutional Citizenship.”
Edwards, Clark. "Unpacking the Suitcase: The Real Last Chapter of Alice Paul and Peg Edwards, and Why These Stories Matter." Scholarly and Creative Work from DePauw University, 2014.
Fuentes, Sonia. "Three United States Feminists--A Personal Tribute.” Jewish Affairs1998 vol 53, no 1.
Gallagher, Robert S. “I Was Arrested, Of Course…” American Heritage Magazine, 1974, vol 25 no 2.
Giardinelli, Alisa. "The Quiet of a Spinning Top, Alice Paul and the Women's Movement at Swarthmore." Swarthmore Bulletin, Dec 2000. p 12-17
Gornick, Vivian. "Alice Paul." Life Magazine Special Report, Remarkeable Women 1776 - 1976.
Graham, Sally Hunter. “Woodrow Wilson, Alice Paul, and the Woman Suffrage Movement.” Political Science Quarterly 1983-4 vol 90, no 4.
Hartmann, Susan M. “Alice Paul.” American National Biography Online. 2000.
Herendeen, Anne. "What the Home Town Thinks of Alice Paul." October 1919, Everybody's Magazine, vol 41.
Hill, Elsie & Kelley, Florence. "Shall Women be Equal Before the Law?" April 12, 1922, The Nation.
Hoff-Wilson, Joan. “Alice Paul and the ERA.” The Organization of American Historians. 1986.
Kirchwey, Freda. "Alice Paul Pulls the Strings." The Nation, March 2, 1921, vol 112, no 2004
Library of Congress. American Memory “Tactics and Techniques of the National Woman’s Party Suffrage Campaign.”
McCammon, Holly J. “Out of the Parlors and into the Streets.” Social Forces, 2003, vol 81, no 3.
McGerr, Mchael. "Political Style and Women's Power, 1830 - 1930. 1990, Journal of American History.
McGrath, Sophie. “Divine Discontent: Betty Freidan and Pope John XXIII in Conversation.” Australian eJournal of Theology, 2006
McKenzie, Beatrice. “The Power of International Positioning: The National Women’s Party, International Law and Diplomacy, 1925 – 34.” Gender & History, 2011, vol 23, no 1.
Melosh, Barbara & Simmons, Christina. “From Martha Washington to Alice Paul in Our Nations Capital.” Radical History Review 25, 1981.
Menand, Louis. "The Sex Amendment, How Women Got into the Civil Rights Act." July 21, 2014, The Nation,
Morse, Minna. "The Object at Hand." Smithsonian, March, 1993, vol 23, no 12.
Paul, Alice. “The Woman Suffrage Movement in Great Britain.”
Pfeffer, Paula. "A Whisper in the Assembly of Nations, United States Participation in the International Movement for Women's Rights from the League of Nations to the United Nations." Women's Studies International Forum. vol 8.
Rupp, Leila J. “The Women’s Community in the National Woman’s Party, 1945 – 1960’s.” Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, 1985, vol 10, no.4.
Schultz, Jamie. “The Physical is Political: Women’s Suffrage, Pilgrim Hikes and the Public Sphere.” The International Journal of the History of Sport, 2010, vol 27, no 7.
Taylor, Verta. "Social Movement Continuity: The Women's Movement in Abeyance." American Sociological Review. 1989, vol 54 (October 761 - 775)
Ware, Susan. “The Book I Couldn’t Write.” Journal of Women’s History,2012 vol 24, no 2.
Women in History, Living Vignettes of Notable from U.S. History. “Alice Paul.”
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