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LOUISIANA 678-688 Women's work at Cotton Centennial and in Anti-lottery Campaign -- Organization for suffrage -- Efforts in Constitutional Convention of 1898 -- Taxpayer's Suffrage granted to women -- Campaign in New Orleans for Sewerage and Drainage -- Measure carried by the women -- Napoleonic code of laws. CHAPTER XLIII. CHAPTER XLIII. MAINE 689-694 Organization for suffrage -- Legislative action and laws -- Office-holding of women -- Occupations -Education -- Clubs. 62 CHAPTER XLIV. CHAPTER XLIV.
CHAPTER XXVII. ARKANSAS 475-477 Same as above. 46 CHAPTER XXVIII. 47 CHAPTER XXVIII. CALIFORNIA 478-494 Early efforts for the suffrage -- Woman's Congress -- Amendment submitted to voters -- Great campaign of 1896 -- National officers go to its assistance -- Experience with State political conventions -- Favorable attitude of the Press -- Liquor dealers fight Woman Suffrage -- Treachery of party managers -- Defeat and its causes. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA 494-508 First suffrage society -- Woman's Parliament -- Organization and work for the great campaign -- Methods worthy of imitation -- Friendly spirit of the press and many associations -- Southern California declares for Woman Suffrage -- Laws for women -- Ellen Clark Sargent's test case in San Francisco for the franchise -Large donations of women for education.
NATIONAL-AMERICAN CONVENTION OF 1894 221-235 Interesting picture of convention in Woman's Journal -- Miss Anthony describes forty years' wandering in the wilderness -- Colorado women present her with flag -- She declares the suffrage association knows no section, no party, no creed -- Memorial service for Lucy Stone and other distinguished members, with addresses by Mrs. Howe, Mr. Foulke, Mr. Blackwell and others -- Many interesting speeches -- Miss Shaw's anecdotes -Her Sunday sermon, "Let no man take thy crown;" this was written to the church and includes woman, responsibility should be placed on women to steady them in the use of power -- Letter commending Woman Suffrage from Gov.