Anna Howard Shaw


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Noun1.Anna Howard Shaw - United States physician and suffragist (1847-1919)Anna Howard Shaw - United States physician and suffragist (1847-1919)
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Anna Howard Shaw is first female ordained Methodist minister, 1880 12
Anthony, suffragette and feminist Anna Howard Shaw devoted her life to fighting for women's equality.
With misgivings, the National's president, 66-year-old Anna Howard Shaw, had recently approved the plan, not wanting to lose control over the ambitious Paul.
With this first scholarly biography of Anna Howard Shaw, Trisha Franzen sheds new light on an influential but often-misunderstood leader in the women's suffrage movement.
Powderly; anarchist women Voltarine de Cleyre, Emma Goldman, and Lucy Parsons; and women's rights activists Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Anna Howard Shaw, and Carrie Chapman Catt.
Susan B.'s "constant companion," Anne, is not exactly a historical figure, but rather a condensation of two of Anthony's most intimate friends: Anna Dickinson, a constant correspondent in the 1860s, and Anna Howard Shaw, who was at Anthony's side when she died.
(18) Twelve days later, the Local Council of Women brought Anna Howard Shaw to Rochester to speak on behalf of Montgomery and the cause of electing a woman to the school board.
The interspersing of these illustrations and cartoons with serious photo portraits of religious actors and thinkers, including Anna Howard Shaw, David Einhorn, John Lancaster Spaulding, Paul Tillich, and Reinhold Niebuhr reflects the interplay between popular forms of religious imagination and the more rarefied topics like modernism that have concerned Hutchison throughout his career.
Alice Paul Hilary Swank Lucy Burns Frances O'Conner Inez Mulholland Julia Ormond Carrie Chapman Catt Anjelica Huston Emily Leighton Molly Parker Ben Weissman Patrick Dempsey Doris Stevens Laura Fraser Mabel Vernon Brooke Smith Ruza Wenclawska Vera Farmiga Anna Howard Shaw Lois Smith Harriot Blatch Margo Martindale Senator Leighton Joseph Adams Ida Wells-Barnett Adilah Barnes Mrs.
Anna Howard Shaw, who was a pastor, a suffragette and an orator in the late 1800s.
These include Emily Blackwell, a pioneer in the field of medicine, Jane Addams and Ellen Starr (founders of the well-known Hull House settlement) and suffragist Anna Howard Shaw and her life partner Lucy Anthony.