Facing History Objectively: Restellism References from Previous Pages
References from The Revolution
Editors. (1868, Feb. 5). Infanticide and Prostitution. The Revolution, vol. I. no. 5, p.65
Editors. (1868, March 19). Lectures of Dr. Anna Densmore. The Revolution, vol. I, no. 11, p. 170
Editors. (1868, Nov. 19). Quacks and their drugs and deeds. The Revolution, vol. II, no.20, p. 315
Editors. (1869, Jan. 21). The world says. The Revolution, vol. III, no. 3, p.38
Editors. (1869, Dec. 2). Restellism exposed. The Revolution, vol. IV, no. 22, p. 346
Farrell-Brodie, J. (1994). Contraception and Abortion in 19c America. USA. Cornell University
Harper, I. (1899). The History of women’s suffrage, Volume I. Indianapolis & Kansas City. Bowen-Merrill Company
Kirk, E. (1868, May 28). What will become of the babies? The Revolution, vol. I, no. 21, p.327
References from Books
Reagan, L. (1997). When Abortion was a Crime: Women, Medicine, and the law in the United States 1867-1973. Berkeley. University of California Press
Stanton, T. and Stanton- Blatch, H. (1922). Elizabeth Cady Stanton: as revealed in her letters, diaries & reminisces. New York. Harper & Brothers
Tyng, Dr. A. (1879, January). Causes of ill health among women. Acts, resolves and reports of the general assembly of the state of Rhode Island & Providence plantations (p.138).
References from Online Articles
Bachiochi, E. (2020, January 24). The troubling ideals at the heart of abortion rights. The
Atlantic. Or click here for the PDF version.
Doyle, S. (2019, May 23). The myth of the “personally” anti-abortion politician. Dame.
Siegel, R. and Taranto, S. (2020, January 22). What the anti-abortion advocates get wrong about the women who secured the right to vote. The Washington Post. Or click here for th PDF version by clicking here.
Highlighted References to Restellism & Related Subjects
See reference also on the Lewis & Clark College Library website by clicking here
NYS Adopted Law Requiring Inspection of Quack Medicines: April 8, 1869 Revolution Link, page 221