Table of contents for Let something good be said : the speeches and writings of Frances E. Willard / edited by Carolyn DeSwarte Gifford and Amy R. Slagell.

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 Timeline of Frances Willard's Life
 Editorial Method
 1. "Everybody's War" (1874)
 2. Hints and Helps in Our Temperance Work (1875)
 3. "Home Protection I" (1876)
 4. Address before the Illinois Senate--1879
 5. "Home Protection--II"--1879
 6. First Presidential Address--1880
 7. Three Articles from the WCTU Newspaper, 1881-1883
 "The Dragon's Council Hall--A Temperance Allegory"--1881
 "A Rapid Transit Letter"--1881
 "Across the Continent--No. VI"--1883
 8. "Personal Liberty"--1882
 9. Woman and Temperance--1883
 10. Address to the Committee on Resolutions of the Republican
 National Convention--1884
 11. "Social Purity: The Latest and Greatest Crusade"--1886
 12. How to Win; A Book for Girls--1886
 13. "The Greatest Party"--1888
 14. "The Dawn of Woman's Day"--1888
 15. Tenth Presidential Address--1889
 16. "Women and Organization"--1891
 17. "The Coming Brotherhood"--1892
 18. Address at Exeter Hall--1893
 19. Fourteenth Presidential Address--1893
 20. Fifteenth Presidential Address--1894
 21. A Wheel Within a Wheel; or How I Learned to Ride the
 22. Eighteenth Presidential Address--1897
 Appendix: Bibliography: of the Works of Frances Willard

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Temperance -- United States -- History -- 19th century.
Alcoholism -- United States.
Woman's Temperance Crusade, 1873-1874.