Table of contents for America's Joan of Arc : the life of Anna Elizabeth Dickinson / J. Matthew Gallman.

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Introduction 										 
I. 	 ANNA DICKINSON¿S CIVIL WAR	
1. Early Life and Career					 	
2. ¿The Necessities of the Hour¿: Anna Dickinson¿s Civil War		 	 	
3. ¿Beloved of So Many¿: The Many Faces of A Woman in Public		 
II.	AN ENDURING PUBLIC FIGURE	
4. ¿A Woman of Earnest Convictions¿: The Lyceum				 
5. What Answer?: Suffrage and Citizenship in the Postwar World 		
6. ¿What New Grief Has Come to You?¿: The Personal and the Political		 
7. From the Platform to the Stage: Clinging to Fame				 
III. 	DECLINE AND FALL	
8. Decline and Fall									 	
9. A Reputation Defended								 
10. Conclusion: Memories and Legacies							
Bibliographic Essay										
Endnotes											

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Dickinson, Anna E. (Anna Elizabeth), 1842-1932.
Women abolitionists -- Pennsylvania -- Biography.
Abolitionists -- Pennsylvania -- Biography.
Women orators -- United States -- Biography.
Orators -- United States -- Biography.
Feminists -- Pennsylvania -- Biography.
Antislavery movements -- United States -- History -- 19th century.
Women's rights -- United States -- History -- 19th century.