Publications and Historical Writing

Ruth Page Jones, “‘The Women Voted:’ School Suffrage in Dakota Territory and South Dakota,” in Equality at the Ballot Box: Votes for Women on the Northern Great Plains, ed. Lori Ann Lahlum and Molly P. Rozum (Pierre: South Dakota Historical Society Press, 2019).

Jones, Ruth Page, “Ceaseless Unremitting Toil: The Wisconsin Campaign for Woman Suffrage,” Landmark, 62:2 (2019): 29-36.

Jones, Ruth Page. “Pioneer Nurse Jean Todd: A Woman Professional on the Dakota Frontier,” South Dakota History 47:3 (2017): 229–55.

Jones, Ruth Page. Book Review. “Ethel Alice Hurn, Wisconsin Women in the War between the States,” Middle West Review 3:1 (2016): 125–27.

Jones, Ruth Page. “It Happened Right Here,” South Dakota Mail, Plankinton, South Dakota. Local history newspaper column published six months in 2014, monthly 2013-2017.

Jones, Ruth Page. “A Case Study: The Role of Women in Creating Community on the Dakota Frontier, 1880 to 1920.” MA thesis, University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee, 2015.

Jones, Ruth Page. “Banishing Loneliness by Creating Community: The Golden Age of Agriculture, 1910-1920,” Papers of the Forty-Sixth Annual Dakota Conference, Center for Western Studies, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, 2014.

Jones, Ruth Page, “Farmers & Merchants State Bank: 100 Years, 1910-2010,” privately published corporate history, Plankinton, South Dakota, 2009Equality at the Ballot Box