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  1. Contemporary Authors: Biography - Sanger, Margaret (Higgins) (1879-1966)
  2. The case for birth control. prepared by Margaret H. Sanger. by Sanger. Margaret. 1879-1966., 1917-01-01
  3. The pivot of civilization / by Margaret Sanger ; preface by H.G. Wells by Margaret (1879-1966) Sanger, 1923-01-01
  4. Woman and the new race by Margaret Sanger ; with a preface by Ha by Sanger. Margaret. 1879-1966., 1920-01-01
  5. The Autobiography of Margaret Sanger (Dover Value Editions) by Margaret Sanger, 2004-05-11
  6. Margaret Sanger's Eugenic Legacy: The Control of Female Fertility by Angela Franks, 2005-01-28
  7. Margaret Sanger: Her Life in Her Words by Miriam Reed, 2003-07
  8. The Selected Papers of Margaret Sanger, Volume 1: The Woman Rebel, 1900-1928
  9. Killer Angel: A Short Biography of Planned Parenthood's Founder, Margaret Sanger by George Grant, 2001-02
  10. Margaret Sanger and the Birth Control Movement by Ronald Moore, 1995-05-30
  11. The Margaret Sanger Story: and the Fight for Birth Control by Lawrence Lader, 1975-01-14
  12. Margaret Sanger (An Impact Biography) by Elyse Topalian, 1984-02
  13. The Importance of Margaret Sanger by Deborah Bachrach, 1993-03
  14. Margaret Sanger: Pioneer of the Future by Emily Taft Douglas, 1975

1. HTML Translation Of SGML/EAD Document By Tim Green
British Library of Political and Economic Science
Extent: 14 boxes
Biographical History
In 1928 a birth control information centre was established in London in
Scope and Content
Correspondence and financial details concerning the organisation of the BCIIC tours (including China, India, Jamaica and the Middle East) along with a series of travel books giving details of meetings contacts and press reports of the work. There is also a collection of publications on birth control and related issues.
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2. The Hall Of Fame Inductees: Margaret H. Sange
Profile of the founder of the American birth control movement.
1976 Inductee
Margaret H. Sanger, 1879-1966
Founder of the American birth control movement, Margaret H. Sanger fought for revision of archaic legislation which prohibited publication of facts about contraception. In her early career, Sanger practiced nursing among the impoverished families of New York's lower east side. There she became aware of the interrelationships between overpopulation, high infant and maternal mortality rates, and poverty. In 1914, Sanger began publishing material about contraception. In Brooklyn, two years later, she opened the first American birth control clinic. She served 30 days in the workhouse in 1917 for "maintaining a public nuisance," but this and other legal difficulties only served to garner public sympathy for her work. Sanger founded the American Birth Control League, serving as president for seven years. In 1927, she organized the first World Population Conference in Geneva, Switzerland, and was the first president of the International Planned Parenthood Federation. Back to the list of inductees.

3. The Infography About Sanger, Margaret (1879-1966)
Search The Infography Sanger, Margaret (18791966). The Alphabetically.Sandhill Cranes Sanger, Margaret (1879-1966) Sapp, Allen (1922-1999).
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The following sources are recommended by a professor whose research specialty is Margaret Sanger and the movement for the right to use birth control.
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Chesler, Ellen. Woman of Valor: Margaret Sanger and the Birth Control Movement in America. Simon and Schuster, 1992. Best comprehensive, scholarly biography of Sanger. McCann, Carole R. Birth Control Politics in the United States, 1916-1945. Cornell University Press, 1994. Gordon, Linda. The Moral Property of Women: A History of Birth Control Politics in America. University of Illinois Press, 2003. Katz, Esther, with Cathy Moran Hajo and Peter C. Engelman. The Selected Papers of Margaret Sanger, Vol 1: The Woman Rebel, 1900-1928. University of Illinois Press, 2003. Katz, Esther, Cathy Moran Hajo, and Peter C. Engelman. The Margaret Sanger Papers Microfilm: Smith College Collections and Collected Documents Series, with printed reel guide. University Publications of America, 1996, 1997. The Margaret Sanger Papers Collection. Library of Congress (on microfilm). A separate collection covering especially Sanger's organizational work in the 1930s.

4. American Experience | The Pill | People & Events
People Events Margaret Sanger (18791966) Margaret Sanger devoted her life to legalizing statute that criminalized contraceptives. Margaret Sanger believed that the only way to
Margaret Sanger devoted her life to legalizing birth control and making it universally available for women. Born in 1879, Sanger came of age during the heyday of the Comstock Act, a federal statute that criminalized contraceptives. Margaret Sanger believed that the only way to change the law was to break it. Starting in the 1910s, Sanger actively challenged federal and state Comstock laws to bring birth control information and contraceptive devices to women. Her fervent ambition was to find the perfect contraceptive to relieve women from the horrible strain of repeated, unwanted pregnancies. Tragedy Leads to Commitment
Sanger's commitment to birth control sprung from personal tragedy. One of eleven children born to a working class Irish Catholic family in Corning, New York, at age nineteen Margaret watched her mother die of tuberculosis. Just 50 years old, her mother had wasted away from the strain of eleven childbirths and seven miscarriages. Facing her father over her mother's coffin, Margaret lashed out, "You caused this. Mother is dead from having too many children." Nurses Botched Abortions
Determined to escape her mother's fate, Sanger fled Corning to attend nursing school in the Catskills. Eventually, she found work in New York City as a visiting nurse on the Lower East Side. It was there that Sanger saw her personal tragedy writ large in the lives of poor, immigrant women.

5. Margaret Sanger Papers, 1761-1995 Collection Overview
Sophia Smith Collection Margaret Sanger Papers, 17611995 Creator Sanger, Margaret, 1879-1966. Title Papers, 1761-1995 (bulk 1900-1966
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Margaret Sanger Papers, 1761-1995
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Creator: Sanger, Margaret, 1879-1966 Title: Papers, 1761-1995 (bulk 1900-1966) Quantity: 226 boxes (112.75 linear ft.) Collection Number: MS 138 Location: Sophia Smith Collection
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Northampton, MA Abstract: Birth control advocate and nurse. Sanger, a sex reform activist, fought for women's rights to use contraceptives and founded both the national and international Planned Parenthood Federations. Papers include correspondence, writings, organizational and conference materials documenting her leadership of the American and international birth control movements. Also included are records of activities and events related to Sanger's personal life, tributes, travels, art work, family materials, audio and video recordings, and dozens of photographs. (NOTE: The papers are divided into two distinct portions: those microfilmed by the Margaret Sanger Papers Project, consisting of 39.5 linear feet; and the unfilmed portion consisting of 73.5 linear feet. There is no container listing for the microfilmed portion included here. For more information see Scope and Contents note.) Terms of Access and Use: The papers are open to research according to the regulations of the Sophia Smith Collection. However, in order to preserve the original materials, researchers are requested to use the microfilm for those portions of the collection where it's available.

6. Margaret Sanger Clinic -- NRHP Travel Itinerary
Photographs and description of the Margaret Sanger Clinic Margaret Sanger Clinic. Photograph by Andrew S. Dolkart. 27. Margaret Sanger (18791966), reformer, nurse
Margaret Sanger Clinic
Photograph by Andrew S. Dolkart. Margaret Sanger (1879-1966), reformer, nurse
The Margaret Sanger Clinic, a National Historic Landmark, is located in New York City. The property is a private residence and is not open to the public.
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7. The Infography About Sandhill Cranes
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The following sources are recommended by a professor whose research specialty is Sandhill Cranes.
Six Superlative Sources
Grooms, S. 1991. The Cry of the Sandhill Crane. NorthWord Press. A very nice book covering all aspects of Sandhill Crane biology. Walkinshaw, L.H. 1949. The Sandhill Crane. Cranbrook Institute of Science Bulletin No. 29. The first comprehensive study of Sandhill Crane biology. Tacha, T.C., S.A. Nesbitt, and P.A. Vohs. 1992. In The Birds of North America, No. 31 (A. Poole, P. Stedman, and F. Gill, eds.). The Academy of Natural Sciences; The American Ornithologists' Union. The most current summary of our knowledge about Sandhill Cranes. Tacha, T.C. 1988. Social organization of Sandhill Cranes from midcontinental North America. Wildlife Monographs 99: 1-37. A thorough study and description of Sandhill Crane behavior. Johnsgard, P.A. 1991. Crane Music: A Natural History of American Cranes. University of Nebraska Press. This book describes the biology of both Sandhill Cranes and Whooping Cranes. The Economic Impact of Wildlife Watching on the Platte River in Nebraska . From the website of Fermata, Inc., this study describes the economic impact bird watchers have along the Platte River, site of the largest concentration of Sandhill Cranes in the world.

8. Sanger, Margaret Margaret P/ (1879-1966), Pioneer Birth - Control
HighBeam Research, Free Preview 'Sanger, Margaret' Full Membership required for unlimited access. Comprehensive archive of newspapers, magazines, trade journals, TV and radio transcripts, Sanger, Margaret The Reader's Companion to American History

9. MedHist: The Gateway To Internet Resources For The History Of Medicine
Sanger, Margaret 18791966. Margaret Sanger papers Margaret Sanger and Thewoman rebel. Sanger, Margaret 1879-1966;. Margaret Sanger papers project.
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Sanger, Margaret 1879-1966
Margaret Sanger papers : Margaret Sanger and The woman rebel Margaret Sanger and The Woman rebel is a mini online edition of selected Margaret Sanger documents, relating to the publication of the radical feminist journal The Woman rebel and Margaret's Sanger's emergence as one of the leading lights of the birth control movement. The site makes available a selection of documents presented as GIF images with descriptive information, including the document's title, date, place it was created, number of pages, clarification notes and hypertext references to short articles about people and organisations mentioned in the text. Types of document include editions of The woman rebel and articles and speeches by Margaret Sanger. As documents are repesented by images, the text is not searchable, although the descriptive text is. In addition to the documents themselves there are also articles providing a historical background and general information about the Margaret Sangers papers project, based at New York University, to which this project is related. Women's Rights Women's Health Services Women's Health History of Medicine, 20th Cent.

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Sanger, Margaret 18791966;. Margaret Sanger papers project. The Margaret Sanger,Margaret 1879-1966;. Pivot of civilization. The full
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This is the oral history section of the British Library Sound Archive Web site. The collections accessible through this archive include the National Life Story Collection, BBC broadcasts and the Jewish life recordings, which include interviews with Holocaust survivors. Further topics covered include prostitution, politics, music, sport, health and medicine. The health and medicine collections include the Wellcome Trust Oral History of General Practice, the Royal College of Nursing collection, recordings about changes in birth control, and the Mental Health Testimony Project. There is also some general information about the importance of oral history and instructions on how to use the collections. Additionally, the Web site offers a couple of sound samples, including an early audio sample of Florence Nightingale [Greetings to the dear old comrades of Balaclava]. To play the sound or video clips you will need the RealPlayer plug-in installed. Physicians Multimedia Mental Health Libraries ... History of Medicine, 20th Cent.

11. Margaret Sanger (in MARION)
Margaret Sanger. Title Margaret Sanger "every child a wanted child" / by Nancy Whitelaw 1st ed. Subject Sanger, Margaret, 18791966 Juvenile literature

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13. Pivot Of Civilization, The
Pivot of Civilization, The Sanger, Margaret, 18791966 Margaret, 1879-1966 Sanger

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Ca. 18241874; Sanger, Margaret, 1879-1966; Sangharakshita, Bikshu,1925-; Sangster, Margaret E. (Margaret Elizabeth), 1894-1981; Sara

15. Margaret Sanger Papers (Library Of Congress)
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16. Sanger, Margaret, 1879-1966. Papers: Guide.
bMS Am 2094 Sanger, Margaret, 18791966. Papers Guide. 1 folder. (16) Sanger,Margaret, 1879-1966. Letters to Vincent Brome, 1953. 1 folder.
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Sanger, Margaret, 1879-1966. Papers: Guide.
Houghton Library, Harvard College Library
Harvard University, Cambridge, MA 02138
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Repository: Houghton Library, Harvard College Library, Harvard University
Location: b
Call No.: MS Am 2094
Creator: Sanger, Margaret, 1879-1966.
Title: Papers,
Quantity: 1 box (.33 linear ft.)
Abstract: Correspondence, compositions, and photographs of nurse and birth control pioneer Margaret Sanger, collected by her biographer, Lawrence Lader.
Administrative Information
Processed by: Melanie M. Wisner
Acquisition Information: *95M-33; and *97M-24.
Gift of Lawrence Lader, 51 Fifth Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10003; received: 1995 Dec. and 1997 Nov.
Historical Note
Margaret Sanger was born in 1879 in Corning, New York and attended Claverack College and Hudson River Institute, though she did not graduate. Sanger married twice: William Sanger in 1902, whom she divorced; and James Noah H. Slee in 1922. She had three children with Sanger: two sons, Stuart and Grant, and a daughter, Peggy, who died at the age of four. She trained and practiced as a nurse until 1912, when she left the field to devote herself to the issue of birth control in the U.S. and internationally. Margaret Sanger opened the first birth control clinic in the U.S. in 1916 in the Brownsville section of Brooklyn, New York, and founded the American Birth Control League in 1921. Sanger wrote books on contraception, overpopulation, marriage, and sex instruction, organized international conferences, published two monthly papers, and worked on birth control legislation. Lawrence Lader's biography

17. Sanger, Margaret, 1879-1966. Papers: Guide.
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19. Sanger, Margaret. The Margaret Sanger Papers: [Documents From The Sophia Smith C
Sanger, Margaret, 18791966. The Margaret Sanger Papers Documents from theSophia Smith Collection and College Archives. Sanger, Margaret, 1879-1966.
[Main Index] [Microform Search] [Site Map] [Microtext Section Home] ... [U of T Home] Sanger, Margaret, 1879-1966. The Margaret Sanger Papers: [Documents from the Sophia Smith Collection and College Archives. Smith College (Series 2). Edited by Esther Katz, with Peter Engelman, Cathy Moran Haig, and Anke Voss Hubbard [Assistant Editors] . Bethesda, MD: University Publications of America, c1994. 83 reels COVERAGE Margaret Sanger (1879-1966) was a founder and leader of both American and the international birth control movements. Her papers exhibit a complex portrait of both the personal and public lives of one of the 20th century's most influential and controversial figures. It covers material from early 20th century to the 1960's and documents the social history of attitudes towards sexuality and birth control. This collection includes 45,000 documents covering Sanger's personal and business correspondence, organizational records, and conference materials related to American Birth Control League, Planned Parenthood Federation of America, and other groups. The collection is filmed from the Sanger papers and other collections in the Sophia College, Northhampton. The collection is divided into five series; correspondence; organizational records and conference materials; legal and Governmental materials; writings such as journals, speeches, and diaries; and, family/miscellany.

20. Sanger, Margaret. The Margaret Sanger Papers: Collected Documents Series.
Sanger, Margaret, 18791966. The Margaret Sanger Papers Collected DocumentsSeries. . BIBLIOGRAPHIC ACCESS, Sanger, Margaret, 1879-1966.
[Main Index] [Microform Search] [Site Map] [Microtext Section Home] ... [U of T Home] Sanger, Margaret, 1879-1966. The Margaret Sanger Papers: Collected Documents Series . Edited by Esther Katz, with Cathy Moran Hajo and Peter C. Engelman. Bethesda, MD: University Publications of America, c1996. 18 reels COVERAGE The collection consists of documents gathered from various archives and private collections around the world. These documents complement the coverage of Sanger's multifaceted life and work that is provided by the Smith College Collection of Margaret Sanger Papers. This collection includes 9,000 documents from women's history archives such as Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe College; medical archives such as the National Library of Medicine, and London's Wellcome Institute for History of Medicine; and manuscript collections at the National Archives, the New York Public Library, the Rockefeller Archive Center, the Sir David Owen Population Centre at the University of Cardiff, and the British Library. Also includes documents from the private collections of many of Sanger's family, friends, and associates, and from records of birth control, and family planning-related organizations, including American Birth Control League, the International Planned Parenthood Federation, the British Family Planning Association, the Family Planning Federation of Japan, the Nieuw Malthusiaansche Bund? (Netherlands), and the Riksförbundet för Sexual Upplysning (Sweden). The documents and manuscript collections from the Library of Congress Margaret Sanger Papers that were not included in the 1977 microfilm collection are covered in this collection.

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