Belva Ann Lockwood, suffrage movement, women's rights, 19th century history
American Studies | Women's History | Women's Studies
Mrs. Dannett has been pursuing research in the University Archives on Belva Ann Lockwood, 1857 graduate of Genesee College and recipient of a master's degree in 1872 and an honorary LL.D. in 1909 from Syracuse University.
Author, lecturer and historian, Mrs. Dannett is an authority on certain phases of the Civil War. Among her publications are two novels, five biographies and histories for both youth and adults, and many articles. Her writings show a special interest in the character and accomplishment of women throughout American history.
Dannett, Sylvia G. L. "Belva Ann Lockwood, Feminist Lawyer." The Courier 8.4 (1971): 40-50.