library is arranged so that, if you wish, you can read the currently available
documents straight through in chronological order, in the manner of a history
lesson. You also can find the documents indexed by author in the author
1588 - Elizabeth I's speech "I have the Heart of a King."
0011 et seq.:
1792 - A Vindication of the Rights of Women
by Mary Wollstonecraft
1848 - Declaration of Sentiments: Report of The Woman's
Rights Convention at Seneca Falls, N.Y.
1848 - Elizabeth Cady Stanton's keynote speech at
the first Women's Rights Convention, Seneca Falls, NY.
1856 - Lucy Stone's address and progress report to
the seventh Women's Rights Convention, New York City.
1873 - Susan B. Anthony: On Woman's Right to Suffrage
Speech in support of suffrage.
1892 - Elizabeth Cady Stanton's The Solitude of
Self Immortal speech given before Congress
and the American National Women's Association
0041 et seq.:
1895 - Elizabeth Cady Stanton: The Women's Bible
1896 - Susan B. Anthony on The Woman's Bible Susan
B. Anthony's address in 1896 to the National American Woman Suffrage Association
meeting when a resolution was offered to repudiate Elizabeth Cady Stanton's
1904 - Declaration of Principles
In 1904, the Convention of the National American
Woman Suffrage Association adopted this Declaration of Principles,
sixty years after the initial Declaration of Sentiment adopted at
1905 - Florence Kelley on Child Labor
1906 - "The Colored Man's Paradise" Mary
Church Terrell's speech on racial discrimination and segregation.
1908 - Emma Goldman on Patriotism
1912 - Mother Jones's speech to West Virginia Coal Miners
1913 - Emmeline Pankhurst on suffrage
1915 - What is a Republic by
the Rev. Anna Howard Shaw
008 et seq.:
1918 - League of Women Voters Formed
1918 - Marie Stopes's Married Love
1922 - Woman's Rights Party's Platform
010, Part 1:
1922 - Re: Mrs. Frank Leslie's Will That
Shocks the World by Giving $2 MILLION to GET Woman's Suffrage Approved.
Part 2: How the
Money was Spent; Part
3: A Snow of Publicity; Part
4: An Exact Accounting
1940 - Eleanor Roosevelt's Civil Liberties Speech to A.C.L.U.
1969 - Shirley Chisholm on the Equal Rights Amendment
1992 - A Woman's View: Dying of AIDS by
1993 - "What other judgment can I judge by but my own?"
The question of freedom of conscience.
1995 - Donna Shalala's speech in Beijing, China at
the World Health Organization conference as part of the Fourth U.N. Women's
1995 - Hillary Rodham Clinton's speech in Beijing, China
at the World Health Organization conference as part of
the Fourth U.N. Women's Conference.
1995 - Hillary Rodham Clinton's speech at
the Fourth U.N. conference in Beijing, China, that contains one of the
finest litanies regarding women's rights.
1995 - Rebels aren't always skinny little men wearing bandanas...
by Irene Stuber
1998 - Hillary Rodham Clinton's speech at Seneca Falls
2001- Angela King's speech to the U.N. on women's issues
and educational articles from Irene Stuber's phenomenal