Women -- Societies, etc. : Fifty years history of the temperance cause : intemperance the great national curse, threatening the purity and stability of our institutions, secular and religious; the fruitful source of poverty, misery, crime and degradation of the individual and family : describing the process of manufacturing liquors, poisonous ingredients used in adulteration, official reports of revenue receipts from its sale : historical sketch of the various means adopted for its supression through legislation, open and secret temperance societies, Washingtonians, Good Templars, Good Samaritans, Daughters of Samaria, etc., from the first organized society to the present time : carefully prepared from the most reliable and eminent authorities / by J.E. Stebbins ; with a full description of the origin and progress of the new plan of labor by the women up to the present time, by T.A.H. Brown.
Women soldiers -- Crimes against -- United States -- Interviews. : The invisible war / New Video ; Girls Club Entertainment ; [presented by] Chain Camera Pictures and Regina Kulik Scully and Jennifer Siebel Newsom in association with Rise Films and ITVS ... [and others] ; a film by Kirby Dick & Amy Ziering ; produced by Tanner King Barklow, Amy Ziering ; written and directed by Kirby Dick.
Women soldiers -- Early works to 1800. : The famous flower of serving-men. or The Lady turn'd servingman; her lord being slain : r father dead, her bower rob'd, her servants fled, she drest her self in mans attire, she trim'd her locks, she chang'd her hair, and thereupon she chang'd her name, from fair Elise to sweet William. To a delicate new tune, or, flora farewel, summertime, or, loves tide.