Women Voting under the XVI. Amendment-Appeals to the Courts-Marilla M.
Ricker, of New Hampshire, 1870--Nannette B. Gardạer, Michigan--Sara An-
drews Spencer, District of Columbia-Ellen Rand Van Valkenburgh, Cali-
fornia-Catherine V. Waite, Illinois-Carrie S. Burnham, Pennsylvania-Sarah
M. T. Huntingdon, Connecticut-Susan B. Anthony, New York—Virginia L.
Minor, Missouri-Judges McKee, Jameson, Sharswood, Cartter-Associate Jus-
tice Hunt-Chief Justice Waite--Myra Bradwell-Hon. Matt. H. Carpenter-
Supreme Court Decisions .
AMERICAN WOMAN SUFFRAGE ASSOCIATION.
Circular Letter-Cleveland Convention- Association Completed-Henry Ward
Beecher, President-Convention in Steinway Hall, New York-George William
Curtis Speaks—The First Annual Meeting held in Cleveland-Mrs. Tracy Cutler,
President-Mass Meeting in Steinway Hall, New York, 1870—State Action Recom-
mended-Moses Coit Tyler Speaks-Mass Meetings in 1871 in Philadelphia,
Washington, Baltimore, Pittsburgh-Memorial to Congress-Letters from Wil-
liam Lloyd Garrison and others-Hon. G. F. Hoar Advocates Woman Suffrage-
Anniversary celebrated at St. Louis-Dr. Stone, of Michigan-Thomas Went-
worth Higginson, President, 1872–Convention in Cooper Institute, New York-
Two Hundred Young Women march in-Meeting in Plymouth Church-Letters
from Louise May Alcott and Elizabeth Stuart Phelps—The Annual Meeting in
Detroit-Julia Ward Howe, President-Letter from James T. Field-Mary F.
Eastman Addresses the Convention. Bishop Gilbert Haven President for 1875–
Convention in Steinway Hall, New York--Hon, Charles Bradlaugh Speaks–Cen-
tennial Celebration), July 3d-Petition to Congress for a XVI. Amendment-
Conventions in Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Washington, and Louisville.