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l. Thomas Woody, A History of Women's Education in the United States. (New York: The Science Press, 1929), p.106.

2. Barbara Miller Solomon, In the Company of Educated Women. (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1985), p.6.

3. Ibid., p.3.

4. Ibid., p.16.

5. Woody, A History of Women's Education, p.108.

6. Solomon, In the Company of Educated Women

, p.23.

7. Woody, A History of Women's Education, p.308.

8. Robert Church, Education in the United States. (New York: The Free Press, 1976), p.25.

9. President Eaton, Historical Sketches of Beloit College. (New York: A.S.Barnes & Company, 1935), p.27.

10. Ibid., p.120.

11. Trustees Minutes, August 6, 1844.

12. Mary A. Livermore, What Shall We Do With Our Daughters? (New York: Garland Publishers, 1883), p.15.

13. Church, Education in the United States

, p.26.

14. Solomon, In the Company of Educated Women, p.24.

15. Woody, A History of Women's Education, p.192.

16. Ibid., p.216.

17. Ibid., p.264.

18. Solomon, In the Company of Educated Women

, p.49.

19. Woody, A History of Women's Education, p.256.

20. Ibid., p.239.

21. Ibid., p.265.

22. Lynn D. Gordon, Gender and Higher Education in the Progressive Era, (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1990), p.17.

23. Woody, A History of Women's Education

, p.270.

24. Ibid., p.271.

25. Livermore, What Shall We Do With Our Daughters?, p.44.

26. Faculty Minutes, January 23, 1856.

27. Speech given by Joseph Emerson to Rockford Female Seminary, Rockford Weekly Register, June,30 1876.

28. Letter from Anna Sill to Joseph Emerson, July 10, 1879.

29. Report of Faculty to Trustees for the year ending June 21, 1894 by Professor George L. Collie.

30.

Beloit Weekly Free Press. January 24, 1895, p.2, col.3.

31. The Round Table, October 9, 1895, p.25.

32. The Round Table, September 25, 1895, p.1.

33. Faculty Minutes, Beloit College, September 17, 1895. Public Rhetoricals were held weekly. All students were expected to participate. They consisted of speeches given by students on various subjects related to their classes.

34. Solomon, In the Company of Educated Women

, p.29.

35. The Round Table, September 25, 1895, p.1.

36. Speech given by Grace Chamberlin Rosa, '98, June 8, 1963.

37. The Codex, "The Coming of the Woman", 1897, p.130.

38. The Round Table, April 29, 1896, p.214.

39. Solomon, In the Company of Educated Women

, p.106.

40. The Round Table, June 10, 1896, p.263.

41. The Round Table, April 29, 1896, p.213.

42. Solomon, In the Company of Educated Women, p.107.

43. Beloit College Faculty Minutes, May 2, 1896.

44. Ibid., June 20, 1896.

45. Ibid. June 20, 1896.

46. Faculty Minutes, October 28, 1898.

47.

The Round Table, April 15, 1896, p.196.

48. Ibid., p.196.

49. Faculty Minutes, Fall 1896.

50. The Round Table, November 6, 1895, p.57.

51. The Round Table, March 4, 1896, p.167.

52.

The Round Table, April 29, 1896, p.214.

53. Ibid., p.214.

54. Speech given by Grace Chamberlin Rosa, June 8, 1963.

55. The Round Table, December 4, 1895, p.79.

56. The Round Table, December 18, 1895, p.105-106.

57.

The Round Table, September 23, 1896, p.1.

58. Gordon, Gender and Higher Education in the Progressive Era, p.41.

59. The Round Table, May 15, 1903, p.282-283.

60. Solomon, In the Company of Educated Women, p.104.

61.

The Round Table, February 10, 1897, p.154.

62. Donald J. Mrozek, Sport and American Mentality, 1880-1910 (Knoxville: The University of Tennessee Press, 1983), p.153.

63. The Round Table, November 19, 1897, p.82.

64. Mrozek, Sport and American Mentality, 1880-1910, p.154.

65.

The Round Table, October 12, 1900, p.29.

66. The Round Table, "Read This", October 23, 1903, p.27.

67. The Round Table, March 10, 1897, p. 178.

68. Ibid., p.178.

69. Ibid., p.169.

70.

The Round Table, "Absent Friends", February 10, 1899, p.178.

71. The Round Table, March 22, 1901, p.235.

72. The Round Table, June 21, 1901, p.330.

73. The Hull House was a settlement house started in Chicago by Jane Addams. By 1910, the Hull House settlement had attracted the largest collection of social reformers in American history. The Hull House reformers were responsible for a remarkable number of the turn-of-the-century reforms, such as the abolition of child labor, regulation of working hours and conditions for women and enforcement of safe working conditions.

74. The Round Table, October 6, 1899, p.26.

75.

The Round Table, January 22, 1904, p.135.

76. The Round Table, December 19, 1899, p.136.

77. The Round Table, May 17, 190 1, p.300.

78. Gordon, Gender and Higher Education in the Progressive Era

p.17.

79. The Round Table, "Social Events", October 21, 1898, p.41-42.

80. The Round Table, September 23, 1896, p.14.

81. The Codex, 1903, p.87.

82.

The Codex, 1901, p.48.

83. Faculty Minutes, June 18, 1910.

84. The Round Table, February 7, 1913, p. 169.

85. The Round Table, May 3, 1901, p.274.

86. The Round Table, November 4, 1898, p.67.

87.

The Round Table, November 3, 1899, p.68.

88. The Round Table, November 7, 1902, p.57.

89. The Round Table, "The Women's Glee Club", December 16, 1896, p.111.

90. The Round Table, "Another Allegory", January 20, 1897 p.116.

91.

The Round Table, "Past and Present", March 9, 1906, p.221-222.

92. Ibid., p.222.

93. The Round Table, "Editorial", May 5, 1897, p.209-210.

94. Ibid., p.209-210.

95. The Round Table, May 19, 1897, p.231.

96.

The Round Table, "Emerson Hall", November 26, 1897, p.96-97.

97. Gordon, Gender and Higher Education in the Progressive Era, p.20.

98. Solomon, In the Company of Educated Women, p.90.

99. Announcement Circular from Edward D. Eaton, August 26, 1898.

100. Mrozek, Sport and American Mentality, 1880-1910, p.152.

101. Letter from Emma M. Thompson to David Kidder, February 8, 1966.

102. Letter from Louis E. Holden to Professor Hiram D. Densmore, February 13, 1935, p.3.

103. Ibid., p.4.

104. Ibid., p.7.

105.

The Round Table, November 19, 1897, p.82.

106. Helen R. Olin, The Women of a State University (New York: The Knickerbocker Press, 1909), p.195.

107. Solomon, In the Company of Educated Women, p.118.

108. Ibid., p.126.

109. The Beloit Alumnus, November 1911, p. 14.

110. Solomon, In the Company of Educated Women

, p.33.

111. The Beloit Alumnus, October 1912, p.11-13.

112. Charles Burnell Olds, In Remembrance, July, 1939, p.10.

113. Ibid., p.22.

114. The Round Table, September 22, 1899, p.5-6.