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Women's History and Religion of the United States: Women in Need of a Wikipedia Page

Suffragists

  • Maria Cuevas (co-founder of NWHA)
  • Marie Louise Bottineau Baldwin (page exists, needs much more detail)
  • Dora Lewis (page exists, needs more images and details)
  • Eva Carter Buckner
  • Kizziah J. Bills
  • Sue M. Wilson Brown
  • Marian D. Butler
  • Bertha Pitts Campbell (page exists, participation in 1913 DC suffrage march needs detail)
  • Teresa Adams
  • Susan E. Cannon Allen
  • Helen W. Anderson
  • Alice Gertrude Baldwin
  • Ida Clark DePriest
  • Vera Virginia Wesley Greene
  • Minnie L. Gaines
  • Mary Roberts Coolidge
  • Phoebe A. Green
  • Naomi Anderson, CA suffragist (short page exists)
  • Willa Henry
  • Mrs. Emily Gross, companion of Susan B. Anthony
  • Dr. Charlotte Johnson Baker (has a page but it needs more suffrage detail)
  • Mabel Ping-Hua Lee (section on suffrage could be expanded)
  • Grace Campbell (page exists, needs detail on suffrage work)
  • Lucy Thurman (page exists, needs detail on suffrage work)
  • Phyllis Terrell
  • Beatrice Sumner Thompson
  • Minta Bosley Allen Trotman
  • Carrie Griggs Tuggle
  • Lillian Turner
  • Edna Walton
  • Laura Moore Westbrook
  • Marion B. Wilkinson
  • Helen E. Christian
  • Mary Beasley Byron Clarke
  • Caroline B. Williams
  • Sylvanie F. Williams
  • Mary J. Johnson Woodlen
  • Elizabeth G. Carter
  • Jeannette Carter
  • Mattie Coleman
  • Helen A. Cook
  • Myrtle Foster Cook
  • Fannie Wilson Cooper
  • Minnie L. Crosthwait
  • Gertrude E. Curtis
  • Helen M. Curtis
  • Mary E. Taylor
  • Emma Sykes
  • Blanche Stubbs
  • Georgia Stewart
  • Lucy J. Sprague
  • Lydia C. Smith
  • Anna Bustill Smith
  • Rosetta Larue Sands
  • Gertrude Rush (page exists, needs detail on her suffrage work)
  • Luisa Rollin
  • Frances Anne Rollin
  • Lottie Rollin
  • Naomi Sewell Richardson
  • Emma J. Ray
  • Charlotte B. Ray
  • Emma Comer Ransom
  • Nancy Prince (page exists, needs significant work)
  • Alice Moore Presto
  • Sarah Massey Overton (page exists, needs significant work)
  • Georgianna K. Offutt
  • Nellie B. Nicholson
  • Lyda D. Newman (page exists, needs details & organization)
  • Anna Jane Evans Murray
  • Verina Morton-Jones
  • Rosa Moorman
  • Mary Molson
  • Victoria Haley
  • Mary Mossell Griffin
  • Musette Brooks Gregory
  • Bertha Clay McNeill
  • Mary A McCurdy
  • May Martel
  • Mabel Taliaferro (page exists, needs to mention her suffrage work)
  • Virginia Brooks (Alpha Suffrage Club, page exists needs more details)
  • Hazel Hunkins Hallinan (page exists, needs more details)

General Wikipedia Pages Needed

  • California suffragists in need of a wikipedia page (spreadsheet)
  • Equal Rights Journal 
  • Petra Herrera (Soldadera)
  • Rosemary "Cricket" Keough (Boiler Room girl) is a Sacred Heart graduate (Manhattanville College) & does not have a wikipedia page
  • Estela Jimenez Esponda (page exists but very brief)
  • Colored Women's League
  • Rebecca Hourwich Reyher (profiled in Ballots, Babies and Banners of Peace: American Jewish Women's Activism 1890-1940 by Melissa Klapper)
  • Congress of American Women (page very brief)
  • The Suffragist newspaper (page needs major work)
  • Dorothy Day's wikipedia page (page exists and is extensive but could use a lot more detail on her involvement with the NWP)
  • Elizabeth Athanasakos
  • Betty Hamburger (http://credo.library.umass.edu/view/full/muph051-s01c-i00190)
  • Margaret Skinnider (page exists, very brief)
  • Bernice Hartley (no page, 1st registered African American woman voter in Nevada)
  • The Amanda Smith Orphanage and Industrial Home for Abandoned and Destitute Colored Children
  • Adelaide Knight, WSPU suffragette (page exists, very brief)
  • African American Women's Suffrage Movement (page exists, needs more suffragists listed)
  • National Coalition of American Nuns (page exists, needs additional info on ERA, Equality Act)
  • Ohio Federation of Colored Women's Clubs
  • White Rose Mission (page exists, needs organizing)
  • Equity Feminism (page exists, needs more details)
  • Martin Abzug (Betty's husband)
  • Equal Rights Amendment (detailed page exists, needs more information about support from women of color & needs a section on bipartisan support in the 1970s)
  • Loretta Ross
  • Grace Vanderbilt
  • Mothers Movement (page exists, needs more details)
  • Martha Gilmore Robinson (Sacred Heart alum, a very brief page exists)

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