Tag: <span>Frances Willard</span>


Bicentennial Story Posters

Bicentennial Story Posters Share the stories of Methodist mission history with these colorful, well-designed PDFs featuring pictures and short descriptions of significant persons representing the breadth of Methodist mission history. Their 36 inch tall x 24 inch wide size makes them perfect for bulletin inserts, handouts, and larger display boards. Files are available for the...

Willard, Frances

Willard, Frances

Doing Justice: Women’s Suffrage, Workers’ Rights, Anti-Child Labor Efforts Courageous Methodist women, such as Anna Howard Shaw and Frances Willard, were leaders in the struggles for women’s suffrage and worker rights, including efforts against child labor. In 1904 Ms. Shaw became president of the National American Woman Suffrage Association. She also pressed for women’s right...