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I have given to this work my love and enthusiasm. I believe that in this record of the achievements of the women of America we win find that which will spur on the women of the twentieth century, with their enlarged opportunities and high ambition, to the assuming of responsibilities and labors that would have appalled the bravest of the sex in the nineteenth century.

In offering you "The Part Taken by Women in American History" I do so with the confidence that it will appeal to you and that every woman in this broad land of ours will derive benefit and encouragement from the reading of the wonderful achievements of those of our sex who have done so much for the advancement of civilization and progress and welfare of our beloved country.

Cordially yours,
Mrs. John A. Logan

  • Aboriginal Women of America

  • Women Pioneers

  • Women of the Revolution

  • Women from the Time of Mary Washington

  • Women in the Civil War

  • Women Nurses of the Civil War

  • The Woman's Relief Corps, Auxiliary to the Grand Army of the Republic

  • Women of the Woman's Relief Corps

  • National Association of Army Nurses of the Civil War

  • Army Nurses of the Civil War, 1861-1865

  • Women of the New South

  • Introduction to Club Section

  • Federation of Women Clubs

  • Women's Clubs in Cincinnati

  • Arts and Crafts

  • Home Culture Clubs

  • The Washington Travel Clubs

  • The Woman's National Press Association

  • The Woman's National Rivers and Harbors Congress

  • Bunker Hill Monument Association

  • National Society Daughters of the American Revolution

  • Women of the Confederacy

  • The United Daughters of the Confederacy

  • Women in the Missionary Field

  • Women as Philanthropists

  • Woman Suffrage

  • History of Woman's Suffrage Organization

  • Women Reformers

  • Women Sociologists

  • Catholic Women in America

  • Jewish Women of America

  • Jewish Women's Work for Charity

  • Women as Temperance Workers

  • Woman's Work for the Blind

  • Christian Science

  • Women Educators

  • Women in Professions

  • Artists

  • Actresses

  • Lecturers

  • Playwrights and Authors

  • Women Inventors

  • Women in Civil Service

  • Women in Business

Source: The Part Taken by Women in American History, By Mrs. John A. Logan, Published by The Perry-Nalle Publishing Company, Wilmington, Delaware, 1912.


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