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Alice Paul

Alice PaulAKA Alice Stokes Paul

Born: 11-Jan-1885
Birthplace: Mt. Laurel, NJ [1]
Died: 9-Jul-1977
Location of death: Moorestown, NJ
Cause of death: Heart Failure
Remains: Buried, Westfield Friends Burial Ground, Cinnaminson, NJ

Gender: Female
Religion: Quaker
Race or Ethnicity: White
Occupation: Activist

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Suffragette


[1] Some sources give her place of birth as Moorestown, New Jersey. This is incorrect. She was born on her family farm, known as Paulsdale, situated in Mt. Laurel, in close proximity to Moorestown Township (which has a present day population of 19,000).

Father: William Mickle Paul (banker)
Mother: Tacie Parry Paul
Brother: William Jr.
Brother: Parry
Sister: Helen

    High School: Friends School, Moorestown, NJ (1901)
    University:
BA Biology, Swarthmore College (1905)
    University: MA Social Work, Pennsylvania University (1907)
    University: University of Birmingham
    University: London School of Economics
    University: PhD Economics, University of Pennsylvania (1912)
    Law School: LLB, Washington College of Law (1922)
    Law School: LLM, American University (1927)
    Law School: LLD, American University (1928)

    Civil Disobedience England
    Hunger Strike England
    Civil Disobedience England (again)
    Hunger Strike England (again)
    Civil Disobedience Washington, DC (Oct-1917)
    Hunger Strike Oct-1917
    Unlawful Assembly Washington, DC (Aug-1918)
    Civil Disobedience New York City (4-Mar-1919)
    National Women's Hall of Fame 1979

Is the subject of books:
From Equal Suffrage to Equal Rights: Alice Paul and the National Woman's Party, 1910-1928, 1986, BY: Christine A. Lunardini
Two Paths to Equality: Alice Paul and Ethel M. Smith in the ERA debate, 1921-1929, 2002, BY: Amy E. Butler



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