How Did American and Japanese Gender Hierarchies Shape Japanese Women's Participation in the Transnational WCTU Movement in the 1880s?

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Introduction

Document 1: Dr. James Curtis Hepburn to Rev. J. C. Lowrie, D.D., 21 August 1872

Document 2: Mary E. Miller to Rev. J.M. Ferris, D.D., 8 January 1875

Document 3: Dr. James Curtis Hepburn to Rev. J.C. Lowrie, D.D., 12 October 1878

Document 4: Toshiko Kishida, "Daughters in Boxes," 12 October 1883

 Document 5: Excerpt from [Frances E. Willard], "Address of the President," Minutes of the National Woman's Christian Temperance Union, at the Eleventh Annual Meeting, 22 October 1884

Document 6: "Let Your Women Keep Silence in the Churches," Union Signal, 1 July 1886

Document 7: "Woman’s Learning Public Speech at Kosei Hall," Jogaku zasshi, 15 July 1886

Document 8A: Mary C. Leavitt, "A Message for My Japanese Sisters," Part I, Jogaku zasshi, 25 September 1886 [originally written and submitted 15 July 1886]

Document 8B: Mary C. Leavitt, "A Message for My Japanese Sisters," Part II, Jogaku zasshi, 5 October 1886 [originally written and submitted 15 July 1886]

Document 8C: Mary C. Leavitt, "A Message for My Japanese Sisters," Part III, Jogaku zasshi, 25 October 1886 [originally written and submitted 15 July 1886]

Document 9A: Mary C. Leavitt, "Woman and Her Work Against Over-Drinking and Domestic Immoralities," Part I, Jogaku zasshi, 5 August 1886 [speech delivered 24 July 1886]

Document 9B: Mary C. Leavitt, "Woman and Her Work Against Over-Drinking and Domestic Immoralities," Part II, Jogaku zasshi, 15 August 1886 [speech delivered 24 July 1886]

Document 10: Excerpt from Mary C. Leavitt, "Our Round-the-World Missionary," Union Signal, 5 August 1886 [originally written 30 June 1886]

Document 11: Excerpt from Mary C. Leavitt, "Reconnoissance for the World's W. C. T. U.," Minutes of the National Woman's Temperance Union, at the Thirteenth Annual Meeting,  31 August 1886

Document 12A: Toyojyu Sasaki, "We Need to Break the Long-standing Customs," Part I, Jogaku zasshi, 22 January 1887

Document 12B: Toyojyu Sasaki, "We Need to Break the Long-standing Customs," Part II, Jogaku zasshi, 19 February 1887

 Document 12C: Toyojyu Sasaki, "We Need to Break the Long-standing Customs,"Part III, Jogaku zasshi,, 5 March 1887

  Document 13: "Tokyo WCTU Great Public Speeches," Jogaku zasshi, 12 March 1887

Document 14A: Excerpt from Kajinosuke Ibuka, "Christianity and Woman’s Status," Part I, Jogaku zasshi, 2 April 1887 [speech delivered on 5 March 1887]

  Document 14B: Excerpt from Kajinosuke Ibuka, "Christianity and Woman’s Status," Part II, Jogaku zasshi, 9 April 1887 [speech delivered on 5 March 1887]

Document 14C: Excerpt from Kajinosuke Ibuka, "Christianity and Woman’s Status," Part III, Jogaku zasshi,16 April 1887 [speech delivered on 5 March 1887]

 Document 15: Toyojyu Sasaki, "A Message for My Fellow Tokyo WCTU Sisters," Jogaku zasshi, 19 March 1887

Document 16: "The Second Woman’s Learning Public Speeches," Jogaku zasshi, 30 April 1887

 Document 17: Yoshiharu Iwamoto, "Female Public Speech," Jogaku zasshi, 7 May 1887

Document 18: Excerpt from "Tokyo WCTU’s Great Public Speech Meeting," Jogaku zasshi, 14 May 1887

 Document 19: "Tokyo WCTU’s Great Public Speech Meeting," Jogaku zasshi, 12 November 1887

Document 20: Dr. James Curtis Hepburn to Dr. John Gillespie, 2 April 1888

Document 21: Toyojyu Sasaki, preface to Woman's Freedom of Speech, July 1888

 Document 22: Frances E. Willard, "How It All Began," Do Everything, ca. 1895

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