Definition of Alice Paul
1. Noun. United States feminist (1885-1977).
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Literary usage of Alice Paul
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1. The Story of the Woman's Party by Inez Haynes Gillmore (1921)
"Once, just before leaving for Chicago, Alice Paul appointed a certain young person ... But just as Alice Paul never thanked herself for what she was doing, ..."
2. Jailed for Freedom by Doris Stevens (1920)
"In appearance Alice Paul is anything but menacing. Quiet, almost motionless ... I am going recklessly on to try to tell what I think about Alice Paul. ..."
3. Old Kittery and Her Families by Everett Schermerhorn Stackpole (1903)
"1779 Ebenezer Spinney and Alice Paul. 23 March 1801 Joseph Remick of Rye and Sally Paul. 4 Sept. ... 1800 Samuel Grover and Olive (or Alice) Paul. 26 Jan. ..."
4. Scannell's New Jersey First Citizens: Biographies and Portraits of the by William Edgar Sackett, John James Scannell (1917)
"Alice Paul — Moorestown. — Woman Suffragist. Born in Moorestown, on Jan. ... Alice Paul is National Chairman of the National Woman's Party. ..."
5. The Suffragette: The History of the Women's Militant Suffrage Movement, 1905 by Estelle Sylvia Pankhurst (1911)
"Knowing this, Miss Alice Paul, an American citizen, and Miss Amelia Brown disguised ... Miss Alice Paul also took up the cry. Both women were arrested and ..."
6. Scannell's New Jersey's First Citizens and State Guide: Genealogies and by William Edgar Sackett, John James Scannell, Mary Eleanor Watson (1917)
"Alice Paul is National Chairman of the National Woman's Party. The Woman's Party headquarters are in Washington, DC, where it is engaged in directing work ..."