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The Woman Movement In America: A Short Account Of The Struggle For Equal Rights (1911) ebook

by Belle Squire


Published 1911 by . McClurg & Co. in Chicago.

Published 1911 by . United States, Chicago. History of women - reel 857, no. 7019.

Book digitized by Google from the library of the New York Public Library and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. "The first six chapters were written originally for the Chicago Sunday tribune.

Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. The first six chapters were written originally for the Chicago Sunday Tribune"-Pref.

Categories: Nonfiction.

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Belle Squire's public protest against unfair taxation of women who were disenfranchised was well documented during her lifetime.

to interest the boys and girls of the nation in this, perhaps the greatest of all movements the world has ever seen. Belle Squire's public protest against unfair taxation of women who were disenfranchised was well documented during her lifetime.

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by Belle Squire 22 December 2008.

The Women's Rights Movement had begun and other women would take up. .These are some of the women who did important things for America and the world.

The Women's Rights Movement had begun and other women would take up the fight for their rights. Elizabeth Cady Stanton was busy raising children and did not want to travel, so her good friends, Susan B. Anthony and Lucy Stone were the ones who would travel the country speaking and organizing womens groups. Winning the vote became the main issue since this would lead to achieving many other goals. Susan B. Anthony Speech.

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The Woman Movement In America: A Short Account Of The Struggle For Equal Rights (1911) ebook
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