Women of distinction : remarkable in works and invincible in character

Title
Women of distinction : remarkable in works and invincible in character / by L.A. Scruggs, A.M., M.D., former resident physician at Leonard Medical Hospital, former professor of physiology and resident physician at Shaw University, present visiting physician and lecturer on physiology and hygiene at St. Augustine Normal and Collegiate Institute ; introduction by Josephine Turpin Washington ; special contributions by T. Thomas Fortune, William Still, J. Hugo Johnston, E.E. Smith, Miss Ida B. Wells, Miss Mary V. Cook, Mrs. Rosetta E. Lawson, Miss L.C. Fleming, Mrs. Sarah J.W. Early, Mrs. J. Silone-Yates, Miss Lena Jackson, Mrs. E.C. Pegues, G.W. Hayes, W.B. Holland ; illustrated ; copyrighted July 23, 1862, by L.A. Scruggs.
Author
Scruggs, L. A. (Lawson Andrew), 1857-1914.
Publication
Raleigh, N.C. : L.A. Scruggs, publisher, 21 East Worth Street, 1893.
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Additional Authors
Uzzell, E. M.
Description
xxiii, [3], 382 p., [24] leaves of plates : ill., ports; 22 cm.
Donor/Sponsor
Home to Harlem Project funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
Note
  • "Presses of E.M. Uzzell, Raleigh, N.C."--printer statment, verso of title page.
  • Alphabetical list of names, p. xx-xxiii.
Provenance (note)
  • is part of the original collection purchased from Arthur A. Schomburg in 1926.
Contents
Preface -- Introduction / by Mrs. Josephine Turpin Washington -- ch. 1. Phillis Wheatley -- ch. 2. Mrs. Frances Ellen Watkins Harper -- ch. 3. Miss Hallie Quinn Brown -- ch. 4. Mrs. N.F. Mossell -- ch. 5. Madam Flora Batson Bergen -- ch. 6. Mrs. W.E. Mathews -- ch. 7. Ida B. Wells, A.M. -- ch. 8. Josephine A. Silone-Yates -- ch. 9. Sojourner Truth -- ch. 10. Mrs. Amanda Smith -- ch. 11. Mrs. H.M. Garnet Barboza -- ch. 12. Harriet, the modern Moses -- ch. 13. Edmonia Lewis -- ch. 14. Mrs. Sarah J.W. Early -- ch. 15. Mrs. Fannie M. Jackson Coppin -- ch. 16. Elizabeth Taylor Greenfield -- ch. 17. Miss Nellie E. Brown -- ch. 18. Miss Henrietta Vinton Davis -- ch. 19. Mrs. Josephine Turpin Washington -- ch. 20. Louisa DeMortie -- ch. 21. Mrs. Ella V. Chase Williams -- ch. 22. Scotia Seminary (Concord, N.C.) -- ch. 23. Susan S. McKinney, M.D. -- ch. 24. Mrs. Charlotte Scott -- ch. 25. The Hyers sisters -- ch. 26. Madam Lillian R. Bundy -- ch. 27. Home-life of Liberian women -- ch. 28. Mrs. A.E. Johnson -- ch. 29. Mary V. Cook, A.B., A.M. -- ch. 30. Miss Lillian A. Lewis -- ch. 31. Ladies of the Fisk Jubilee Singers -- ch. 32. History of Fisk University for twenty-five years -- ch. 33. Mrs. Julia Ringwood Coston -- ch. 34. Mrs. Josephine St. Pierce Ruffin -- ch. 35. The great part taken by the women of the west in the development of the A.M.E. Church -- ch. 36. Mrs. Zelia R. Ball Page -- ch. 37. Joan Imogen Howard, A.M. -- ch. 38. Mrs. Harriette Estelle Harris Presley -- ch. 39. Mrs. Susie Isabella Lankford Shorter -- ch. 40. Miss Lucy Wilmot Smith -- ch. 41. Miss Ada C. Hand -- ch. 42. Caroline V. Anderson, A.M., M.D. -- ch. 43. -- St. Augustine School, Raleigh, N.C. -- ch. 44. Miss Ednorah Nahar -- ch. 45. Mrs. Lucy Ann Henry Cole -- ch. 46. Mrs. Charlotte Forten Grimkee -- ch. 47. Miss Lulu C. Fleming -- ch. 48. Kate D. Chapman Tillman -- ch. 49. Mrs. A.J. Cooper -- ch. 50. Mrs. Lucretia Newman Coleman -- ch. 51. Miss A.L. Tilghman -- ch. 52. Miss N. Antonia Gordon -- ch. 53. Miss Mary A. Burwell -- ch. 54. Ida Gray, D.D.S. -- ch. 55. Mary Church Terrell, A.B., A.M. -- ch. 56. Mrs. Georgie Colley -- ch. 57. Miss Ella D. Spencer -- ch. 58. Mrs. Lillian May Thomas -- ch. 59. Mrs. Della Irving Hayden -- ch. 60. Mrs. N.A.R. Leslie -- ch. 61. Miss Alice Elizabeth McEwen -- ch. 62. Mrs. Christine S. Smith -- ch. 63. Miss Clara A. Howard -- ch. 64. Mrs. Carrie E. Sawyer Cartwright -- ch. 65. Hartshorn Memorial College -- ch. 66. Mrs. L. Hughes Brown -- ch. 67. Verina H. Morton, M.D. -- ch. 68. Mrs. Rosetta E. Coakley Lawson -- ch. 69. Mrs. C.C. Stumm ; Mrs. Lucinda Bragg Adams ; Mrs. Lavinia B. Sneed -- ch. 70. Miss Meta E. Pelham -- ch. 71. Mrs. Rachel M. Washington -- ch. 72. Artishia Garcia Gilbert, A.B., A.M. -- ch. 73. Mary E. Lee, B.S. -- ch. 74. Mrs. Virginia E.M. Hunt Scott -- ch. 75. Mrs. Rosa D. Bowser -- ch. 76. Mrs. M.R. Rodgers Webb -- ch. 77. Mrs. Ada A. Cooper -- ch. 78. -- Miss Mary Jones -- ch. 79. Miss Anna Holland Jones -- ch. 80. Mrs. Willie Ann Smith -- ch. 81. Miss Nancy Jones -- ch. 82. Miss Mary E. Britton -- ch. 83. Mrs. C.L. Purce -- ch. 84. Miss Hattie K. Green -- ch. 85. Afro-American women as educators -- ch. 86. The Atlanta University -- ch. 87. Mary E. Harper, B.E. -- ch. 88. Mrs. Sissieretta Jones -- ch. 89. Mrs. Lucie Johnson Scruggs -- ch. 90. Mrs. Rosa Kinckle Jones -- ch. 91. Other distinguished women -- ch. 92. Miss Martha B. Briggs -- ch. 93. Mrs. Dinah Watts Pace -- ch. 94. Miss Georgia Mabel DeBaptiste -- ch. 95. Miss Ruth Lowery -- ch. 96. Madam Selika -- ch. 97. Georgia Esther Lee Patton, M.D. -- ch. 98. Higher education for women -- ch. 99. Influence of Negro women in the home.
Call Number
Sc Rare 920-S (Scruggs, L. A. Women of distinction)
LCCN
06004482
OCLC
4255360
Author
Scruggs, L. A. (Lawson Andrew), 1857-1914.
Title
Women of distinction : remarkable in works and invincible in character / by L.A. Scruggs, A.M., M.D., former resident physician at Leonard Medical Hospital, former professor of physiology and resident physician at Shaw University, present visiting physician and lecturer on physiology and hygiene at St. Augustine Normal and Collegiate Institute ; introduction by Josephine Turpin Washington ; special contributions by T. Thomas Fortune, William Still, J. Hugo Johnston, E.E. Smith, Miss Ida B. Wells, Miss Mary V. Cook, Mrs. Rosetta E. Lawson, Miss L.C. Fleming, Mrs. Sarah J.W. Early, Mrs. J. Silone-Yates, Miss Lena Jackson, Mrs. E.C. Pegues, G.W. Hayes, W.B. Holland ; illustrated ; copyrighted July 23, 1862, by L.A. Scruggs.
Imprint
Raleigh, N.C. : L.A. Scruggs, publisher, 21 East Worth Street, 1893.
Provenance
Copy in Sc Rare 920-S (accession no. B526328) is part of the original collection purchased from Arthur A. Schomburg in 1926. NN
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Uzzell, E. M., printer.
Schomburg, Arthur Alfonso, 1874-1938, former owner.
Added Title
Home to Harlem Project funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
Research Call Number
Sc Rare 920-S (Scruggs, L. A. Women of distinction)
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