George F. Hoar Biography
George Frisbe Hoar served as senator from Massachusetts from 1877 to 1907, and sponsored the Association’s Congressional Charter.
Woman's right and the public welfare. Boston: The New-England Woman's suffrage association, 1869.
The College of William and Mary, in Virginia. Washington, Printed at the office of the Congressional Globe, 1872.
Charles Sumner. New York, 1878.
James Abram Garfield. By George F. Hoar. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin and Company, 1882
President Garfield's New England ancestry. Worcester, Mass., C. Hamilton, 1882.
Relations with Canada. Washington, Gov't print. off., 1890.
Charles Devens. Worcester, Mass., Press of C. Hamilton, 1891.
Daniel Webster. On the receiving of the statues of Webster and Stark. Washington: Govt. print. Office, 1894.
Popular discontent with representative government. Washington: Govt. print. Office, 1896.
Justice and humanity, not revenge, the only justification for war. Washington: Govt. print. Office, 1898.
Book of patriotism. Boston: Hall and Locke company, c1902.
Autobiography of seventy years, 2 vols. New York: C. Scribner's sons, 1903.