Jailed For Freedom

Doris STEVENS (1892 - 1963)

A first-hand account of the 1913-1919 campaign of American suffragettes, detailing their treatment at the hands of the courts, and the true conditions of their incarceration. (Summary by Sarah Jennings)

Genre(s): *Non-fiction, History , Political Science

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 Dedication and Preface, Leadership Blazin48
00:29:48
Play 02 Women Invade the Capital J. M. Smallheer
00:25:03
Play 03 Women Voters Organize PopularOutcast
00:25:48
Play 04 The Last Deputation to President Wilson J. M. Smallheer
00:23:59
Play 05 Picketing a President J. M. Smallheer
00:29:08
Play 06 The Suffrage War Policy, The First Arrests Blazin48
00:31:55
Play 07 Occoquan Workhouse Blazin48
00:39:54
Play 08 August Riots Blazin48
00:34:42
Play 09 Prison Episodes Scott Carpenter
00:28:26
Play 10 An Administration Protest, The Administration Yields David O'Connell
00:33:23
Play 11 Political Prisoners, The Hunger Strike Patti Cunningham
00:34:27
Play 12 Administration Terrorism Kate West
00:37:01
Play 13 Alice Paul in Prison Scott Carpenter
00:34:27
Play 14 Administration Lawlessness Exposed Lorelle Anderson
00:20:58
Play 15 The Administration Outwitted, Political Results Lorelle Anderson
00:31:26
Play 16 An Interlude, New Attacks on the President Morgan
00:30:46
Play 17 The President Appeals to the Senate Too Late valli
00:42:11
Play 18 More Pressure, The President Sails Away, Watchfires of Freedom Blazin48
00:28:09
Play 19 Burned in Effigy, Boston Militants Welcome the President, Democratic Congress Ends Blazin48
00:24:09
Play 20 A Farewell to President Wilson, President Wilson Wins the 64th Vote in Paris, Republican Congress Passes the Amendment Blazin48
00:21:05