Call her a citizen : progressive-era activist and educator Anna Pennybacker
Source:Centennial series of the Association of Former Students, Texas A&M University ; no. 114, Texas A&M University Press, Volume 1st, College Station, p.265 (2010)
Call Number:Cubb CT275 .P56 K45 2010
Keywords:1861-1938, Educators--Texas--Biography, General Federation of Women's Clubs--History, Mrs, Pennybacker, Percy V, Social reformers--Texas--Biography, Texas Federation of Women's Clubs--History, Texas--History--1846-1950, United States--History--1913-1921, Women educators--Texas--Biography, Women social reformers--Texas--Biography
Contents: 1861-1880: early life and career -- 1880-1900: called to teach -- Pennybacker's history of Texas -- The Texas Federation of Women's Clubs -- The most powerful position a woman could hold -- 1916-1920: World War and women's suffrage -- Promoting ideals of citizenship -- A citizen of the nation and the world.