American Periodicals Series Online, 1740-1940
Digitized images of over 1,100 American magazines and journals that began publication between 1740 and 1900. Remote access with a library card issued by the Connecticut State Library.
Hartford Courant (1764-1995)
Newspaper. Coverage: Access to 1764 - 1995 is a separate subscription provided by the Connecticut State Library and requires a CT State Library card.
- Early American Newspapers, 1690-1922, Series 1 through 7 and 10
- Electronic Oberlin Group (EOG) https://www2.oberlin.edu/external/EOG/Default.html
- Library of Congress Votes for Women Suffrage, Pictures 1850-1920 collection
- Part of Elections & Voting
Five for freedom: Lucretia Mott, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Lucy Stone, Susan B. Anthony, Carrie Chapman Catt
Call Number: StLib Stacks HQ1410 .B8
Massachusetts Troublemakers by
Call Number: StLib Stacks CT240 .D45 2009 LIB USE ONLY
Publication Date: 2009-01-13
An entertaining, well-written, and historically sound collection of twenty short biographies of fascinating Massachusetts troublemakers- those who went against the grain and who helped shape the Bay State into the liberal place it is today. TwoDot regional history model similar to A Priest, a Prostitute, and Some Other Early Texans and the Outlaw Tales series.
not in the library
From Library of Congress Blog https://blogs.loc.gov/law/2015/03/women-in-history-voting-rights/?loclr=eaiclb
Women in History: Voting Rights
03/03/2015 12:43 PM EST
In celebration of Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day (March 8) we thought we’d try something a bit different for the blog. We asked the foreign law specialists, analysts, and interns at the Law Library of Congress to provide responses to a series of questions related to the history of women’s rights in various […]
Blackwell Family Papers (LOC)
There is a link to the finding aid on the page.
Library of Congress (LOC) digital collection: "The Blackwell Family Papers span the years 1759-1960, with the bulk of the material dating from 1845 to 1890. Consisting of approximately 29,000 items (58,002 images), most of which were digitized from 76 reels of microfilm, the collection predominantly represents two generations of the Blackwell family and twenty individual family members. Nearly two centuries of the family’s daily lives are documented in correspondence, diaries, speeches, and other papers, exemplifying the family’s long commitment to social reform movements, such as abolition; women’s rights, including the right to equal education; women’s suffrage; and temperance."
Connecticut State Library | 231 Capitol Avenue, Hartford, CT 06106 | 860-757-6500 * Toll-free 866-886-4478