Gordon, Ann.

The Selected Papers of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony : an Awful Hush, 1895 to 1906. - New Brunswick, NJ : Rutgers University Press, 2013. - 1 online resource (664 p.) - JSTOR eBooks .

Letter 50. 8? January 1897: SBA to ECS.

Frontispiece; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Contents; Illustrations; Preface; Acknowledgments; Introduction; Editorial Practice; Abbreviations; Letter 1. 19-20 december 1895: From the Diary of SBA; Letter 2. before 21 December 1895: ECS to the Pilgrim Mothers' Dinner; Letter 3. 21-22 December 1895: From the Diary of SBA; Letter 4. 14 January 1896: SBA to Frances E. Willard; Letter 5. 18 January, 1896: Frances E. Willard to SBA; Letter 6. 24 January, 1896: ECS to Clara Bewick Colby; Letter 7. 28 January, 1896: ECS to Clara Bewick Colby. Letter 8. Remarks of SBA to the National-AmericanWoman Suffrage AssociationLetter 9. 31 January, 1896: Interview with SBA by Nellie Bly; Letter 10. 5 February, 1896: ECS to Clara Bewick Colby; Letter 11. 10 February, 1896: SBA to Clara Bewick Colby; Letter 12. 10 February, 1896. SBA to ECS; Letter 13. 29 February, 1896. ECS to the Editors, Critic; Letter 14. 4 March, 1896: Grace Channing-Stetson to ECS; Letter 15. 11-12 March, 1896: From the Diary of SBA; Letter 16. 13 March, 1896. Remarks by SBA to Meeting in Los Angeles; Letter 17. 13-14 March, 1896: From the Diary of SBA. Letter 18. 17 March, 1896: Interview of SBA in San FranciscoLetter 19. 20 March 1896: SBA to Mary McHenry Keith; Letter 20.? April 1896: SBA to ECS; Letter 21. 9 April 1896: SBA to Lillie Devereux Blake; Letter 22. 1-2 May 1896: From the Diary of SBA; Letter 23. 3 May 1896: Lecture by SBA at the A.M.E. Zion Church in San Francisco; Letter 24. 3-4 May 1896: From the Diary of SBA; Letter 25. 14 June 1896: Theodore W. Stanton to ECS; Letter 26. 24 June 1896: Harriot Stanton Blatch to ECS; Letter 27. 3 July 1896: SBA to Harriot Stanton Blatch; Letter 28. 24 July 1896: ECS to Theodore W. Stanton. Letter 29. 26 July 1896: SBA to Clara Bewick ColbyLetter 30. 1 August 1896: Article by SBA; Letter 31. 1 August 1896: SBA to Jessie Anthony; Letter 32. 4 August 1896: SBA to Jenkin Lloyd Jones; Letter 33. 11 August 1896: SBA to Clara Bewick Colby; Letter 34. 15 August 1896: ECS to Charles P. Somerby; Letter 35. 20 August 1896: ECS to Clara Bewick Colby; Letter 36. 26 August 1896: Article by ECS; Letter 37. 29 August 1896: SBA to Jessie Anthony; Letter 38. 8 September 1896: SBA to ECS; Letter 39. 8 September 1896: ECS to William McKinley, with Comments by Henry B. Blackwell. Letter 40. 19 September 1896: SBA to ECSLetter 41. 20 September 1896: ECS to the Editor, New York Journal; Letter 42. 22 September 1896: Mary S. Anthony to ECS; Letter 43. 30 September 1896: SBA to Mary S. Anthony; Letter 44. 16 October 1896: Interview of SBA in Santa Barbara, California; Letter 45. 1-3 December 1896: From the Diary of SBA; Letter 46. 4 December 1896: Remarks by SBA to the National Council of Women; Letter 47. 5 December 1896: Article by ECS; Letter 48. 24 December 1896: SBA to Lillie Devereux Blake; Letter 49. 4 January 1897: SBA to Caroline Bartlett Crane.

Volume 6, An Awful Hush, is about reformers trained "in the school of anti-slavery" trying to practice their craft in the age of Jim Crow and a new American Empire. It recounts new challenges to "an aristocracy of sex," whether among bishops of the Episcopal church, voters in California, or trustees of the University of Rochester. And it sends last messages about woman suffrage. As Stanton wrote to Theodore Roosevelt on the day before she died, "Surely there is no greater monopoly than that of all men, in denying to all women a voice in the laws they are compelled to obey."

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