470-490.Resources

Internet sites

Birth Control

http://www.phm.gov.au/exhibits/touring/taking/taking5.htm

Freedom of the Press

http://www.lib.siu.edu/cni/notes.html

http://www.aclu.org/news/n020896b.html

Annie Besant

(1847-1933)

http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/b5.htm

http://slt.pobox.com/slt/besant.1.html

http://www.lib.siu.edu/cni/letter-b2.html

Charles Bradlaugh

(1833-1891)

See entries under Bradlaugh at http://www.lib.siu.edu/cni/index-b.html

 

Anthony Comstock

(1844-1915)

http://www.press.uchicago.edu/cgi-bin/hfs.cgi/99/princeton/5899.ctl

http://simr02.si.ehu.es/FileRoom/documents/Cases/68comstockLaw.html

http://www.plannedparenthood.org/about/photoalb/COMSTOCK/comstock.htm

http://www.rlg.org/scarlet/proposal/nyu.htm

 

Emma Goldman

(1869-1940)

http://sunsite.berkeley.edu/Goldman/

http://www.pitzer.edu/~dward/Anarchist_Archives/goldman/Goldmanarchive.html

 

Ezra H. Heywood

(1829-1893)

See entries under Heywood at http://www.lib.siu.edu/cni/index-h.html

Abner Kneeland

(1774-1844)

See entries under Kneeland at http://www.lib.siu.edu/cni/index-b.html

http://www.uc.summit.nj.uua.org/Sermons/DEB/950423.html

http://www.uunashua.org/100q/c14.html

 

Charles Knowlton

(1800-1850)

http://www.scry.com/ayer/family1/4413318.HTM

http://www.sciam.com/0197issue/0197connections.html

 

Madam Restell

aka Ann Trow Lohman

(1812- 1878)

http://theatlantic.com/atlantic/issues/97may/abortex.htm

http://theatlantic.com/atlantic/issues/97may/abortion.htm

http://www.its.ilstu.edu/cjhistory/rogers.htm

 

Robert Owen

(1771-1858)

http://www.usi.edu/hnh/HNH1-1.HTM

http://midwales.com/peopleplaces/rowen/

 

George Bernard Shaw

(1856-1950)

http://www.gis.net/~edwardg/shaw.html

Margaret Sanger

(1883-1966)

http://www.plannedparenthood.org/about/photoalb/BANNED/banned.htm

http://www.plannedparenthood.org/about/photoalb/Leaving/leaving.htm

http://www.plannedparenthood.org/about/photoalb/MARG3/marg3.htm

http://www.plannedparenthood.org/about/photoalb/default.html

 

Frances Wright

(1795-1852)

http://www.plgrm.com/history/women/W/Frances_Wright.HTM

http://www.mtsu.edu/~library/wtn/bio/wright.html

http://www.biography.com/find/bioengine.cgi?cmd=1&rec=14499

 

Victoria Woodhull

(1838-1927)

http://www.class.csupomona.edu/his/skpuz/hst202/Woodhull/WQart.html

http://www.class.csupomona.edu/his/skpuz/hst202/Hwww4.html

http://www.plgrm.com/history/women/W/Victoria_Claflin_Woodhull.HTM

 

 

Print Sources

Dictionary of American Biography; New York Times Index; Notable American Women

 

 

Evaluation

Rubric for Task I

 

Poor

Better

Best

Introduction

missing

Addresses the learning standard

Clearly addressed the learning standard and captures reader interest.

Body

Some segments [a, b, c] not addressed. Inappropriate or missing examples and explanations.

Each segment [a, b, c] is addressed with some examples and explanations.

Each segment [a, b, c] is addressed with appropriate examples and explanations.

Conclusion

missing

Restates main ideas of the essay.

Brings together the best thinking in the essay. Stresses new knowledge or questions.

Style

Numerous problems in either sentence or paragraph construction and organization. Failure to spell check.

Well constructed sentences. Well organized paragraphs. Spell checked.

Well constructed sentences. Well organized paragraphs. with effective transitions. Spell checked.

Sources

Over dependence upon few sources.

Several sources.

Numerous appropriate sources indicate broad research background. Primary and secondary sources play significant part.

Documentation

missing or seriously deficient.

Most sources appropriately documented.

All sources appropriately documented.

 

 

 

Rubric for Tasks II, III, IV

 

Poor

Better

Best

Introduction

missing

Addresses the question

Clearly addressed the question and captures reader interest.

Body

Some segments [a, b, c] not addressed. Inappropriate or missing examples and explanations.

Each segment [a, b, c] is addressed with some examples and explanations.

Each segment [a, b, c] is addressed with appropriate examples and explanations.

Conclusion

missing

Restates main ideas of the essay.

Brings together the best thinking in the essay. Stresses new knowledge or questions.

Style

Numerous problems in either sentence or paragraph construction and organization. Failure to spell check.

Well constructed sentences. Well organized paragraphs. Spell checked.

Well constructed sentences. Well organized paragraphs. with effective transitions. Spell checked.

Sources

Over dependence upon few sources.

Several sources.

Numerous appropriate sources indicate broad research background. Primary and secondary sources play significant part.

Documentation

missing or seriously deficient.

Most sources appropriately documented.

All sources appropriately documented.

 

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OR LISTED AS PRINT SOURCES]

 

------ "Ann Trow Lohman" Notable American Women, Vol., 2, 424-425.

------ "Charles Knowlton", Dictionary of American Biography Vol. V, 471-472.

Knowlton, Charles. Fruits of Philosophy, or the Private Companion of Adult People (Mount Vernon: Peter Pauper Press, 1937).

Marden, Parker G. "A Man Ahead of His Time" Dartmouth Alumni Magazine (January 1967)

Riegel, Robert E. "The American Father Of Birth Control" New England Quarterly, Vol. 6 (1933) 470-490.